SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition (SEAMEO CHAT)
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as one of the regional Centres of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO). Inaugurated 15 Dec 2000, Yangon (Myanmar).
Promote cooperation in the study of history and tradition among member countries; develop a greater regional identity through research, human resource development, education and public awareness programmes.Available with paid subscription only.
Research projects; training projects; lecture series; curriculum development project; workshops; conferences; exhibitions. Projects include: 'Southeast Asian History for Southeast Asian Secondary Schools'; 'Compact Encyclopaedia of Southeast Asian History'.
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Members in 11 countries
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- Folk Traditions
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