Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
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Established following first summit of Asia-Europe Heads of State - F-XF4191 - Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) - 1-2 Mar 1996, Bangkok (Thailand).
Comprises the 4th "pillar" of a Euro-Asian "House", representing the engagement between civil societies of the two regions; the only permanent physical institution of ASEM process.
Advance mutual understanding and collaboration between Asia and Europe through intellectual, cultural and people-to-people exchanges in areas of common interest to both regions. Act as an interface between civil society and ASEM governments by: operating as the civil society outreach of ASEM; creating permanent networks aiming to reinforce bi-regional relations; injecting civil society inputs into the ASEM process.
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Board of Governors appointed by all ASEM partners. Executive Office in Singapore. Programme Departments (4): Cultural; Education; Political and Economic; Public Affairs. Other departments (2): Finance; Administration.
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