Make ASEAN Relevant to Us: University Students Appeal
Nurhadianti Mochtan, a student from Al Azhar Indonesia University, observed that ASEAN was “too serious” for young people to understand and that there was a need for efforts on how to “make ASEAN young”. The ASEAN Foundation is aware of such sentiments and is making efforts to make ASEAN more appealing to a young audience.Read more
Textiles Symposium, Chiang Mai
The theme of the symposium, “Connecting Centuries of Tradition”, is intended to show the similarities between and among the unique patterns of traditional textiles in the region. It reflects the dynamism of centuries’ old traditions and art forms that bind cultural heritage...Read more
SAFSeN Regional Carnival, Chiang Mai
The Regional Carnival was to launch the “www.sea-farmnet.org”, an information and communication technology (ICT) based platform for sharing and providing information on sustainable agriculture food technologies to rural farmers in the ASEAN region. The SAFSeN website is an avenue to share expertise, initiatives, and good practices in sustainable farming technologies among farmers in the region.Read more
News & Activities
Dear ASEAN readers,
The scholarship is on!!!
The BOAHR Scholarships are opening.
The Scholarships are generously funded by the Brunsfield Foundation in Kuala Lumpur and...
The ASEAN Foundation was established by the ASEAN Leaders in December 1997 during ASEAN’s 30th Anniversary Commemorative Summit to help bring about shared prosperity and a sustainable future to all 10 ASEAN Member Countries, namely, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.
The ASEAN Foundation from its inception was given a twin objectives reflected in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) ...Read more