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BukuAre We Up to the Challenge?: Current Crises and the Asian Intellectual COmmunity (The Work of the 2005/2006 API Fellows
Author: [s.n]
Topik: Intellectual Community; ASIAN; Human Rights; Migrant Worker
Bahasa: (EN )    
Penerbit: The Nippon Foundation     Tahun Terbit: 2008    
Penyerta: 1 DVD
Jenis: Books
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The community that came together in Phuket, Thailand from 26-30 November 2006 were the 29 recipients of the 2005/2006 API fellowships and other participants, all there to take part in the 5th Workshop of the API Fellowships Program under the theme: “Are We Up to the Challenge? The Current Crises and the Asian Intellectual Community: How the Asian Intellectuals Respond to Crises Caused by Cultural, Religious, Social, Political, Economic and Ecological Factors.” At the opening ceremony, the keynote speaker, Dr. Surin Pitsuwan, former Foreign Minister of Thailand, challenged the Fellows by asking what they can contribute to the Asian century that is now and what difference they can make. Continuing in the same vein, Mr. Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of The Nippon Foundation, brought that challenge closer to the aspirations of API. In his welcoming address he asked them to “think deeply about what the API Community can do to make a positive contribution to society”.
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