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Renvall Institute : Asia-Pacific Studies ProgrammeCitation:
Asia-Pacific Studies (APS) is a multidisciplinary area studies programme, inaugurated at the University of Helsinki in the Autumn of 2001. [...] While paying attention to the global role of the whole Asia-Pacific region, the current areal focus of the Asia-Pacific Studies Programme is East and Southeast Asia. The disciplinary basis of the programme is that of the humanities and social sciences. As a multidisciplinary programme APS attempts to employ a broad and yet multilevel approach to the past, present as well as the future of the Asia-Pacific region. The programme targets themes such as art, religion, popular culture, values, education, social movements, information networks, legal systems, politics, integration, regional identities, and minority and environmental issues.http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/aps/ more Language: eng English, fin Finnish, swe Swedish
Finnish University Network for Asian Studies Citation:
The aim of the Finnish University Network for Asian Studies is to promote education, research and personal exchange on and to Asia in the member universities.
The Network is coordinated at the University of Turku, Centre for East Asian Studies, CEAS.http://www.asianet.fi more Language: eng English, fin Finnish
Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation Citation:
The objectives of the Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation are to enhance friendly relations between the five Nordic countries and Japan and to promote exchange between the peoples of the countries concerned, to increase international understanding and to attain peace in the world.
The Foundation fulfills its objectives by providing grants and scholarships to organizations, institutions and individuals in the Nordic countries and Japan. The aim is to promote research, development, education and training mainly within medicine, the humanities, social and natural sciences and technology.
The Foundation was established in 1985 by a donation from the Japan Shipbuilding Industry Foundation; today renamed The Nippon Foundation, which is chartered by the Japanese Government.
Today, assets managed by the SJSF amount to approximately 300 MSEK. During the period 1986 – 2008 close to 5,000 scholarships and grants - equivalent to MSEK 220 - have been awarded to recipients in the Nordic countries and Japan.
The Foundation has its legal domicile in Stockholm, Sweden, and is subject to Swedish law and supervision.http://www.sjsf.se/ more Language: dan Danish, fin Finnish, ice Icelandic, jpn Japanese, nor Norwegian, swe Swedish
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