Asia Pacific Week 2012
ANU Asia Pacific Week will bring leading experts on the Asia Pacific region together with 100 delegates from around the world to engage in a series of dynamic discussions and events focused on developments and trends that will shape the ‘Asia Pacific Century’.
A selected number of Asia Pacific Week events will be offered for general public attendance. Those wishing to attend one or more of these open events should head to over to the “Public Events” tab for further details
Asia Pacific Week is an annual conference held by the Australian National University focusing on trends and developments in the Asia Pacific region. The conference is a joint initiative by students and the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. Incorporating a number of innovative and trans-disciplinary sessions, ANU Asia Pacific Week 2012 aims to facilitate communication and forge connections between top academics and students.
Leading scholars will consider a variety of important issues facing the Asia Pacific now and in the future. Sessions include a panel of ambassadors from around the region, a discussion on the future of foreign aid between notable Professors Hugh White and Stephen Howes and the CASS Great Debate on Europe versus Asia with team leaders Dr Ben Wellings (Europe) and Dr Nich Farrelly (Asia). For information on the latest confirmed content as it comes about, be sure to follow the ANU APW Twitter feed @ANUAPW or find us on Facebook.
ANU Asia Pacific Week would not be possible without the generous support of the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.
ANU APW is also grateful for the assistance of:
Updated: 11 May, 2022/Responsible Officer: Dean, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific/Page Contact: CAP Web Team