In a nutshell

The project Integration in Southeast Asia: Trajectories of Inclusion, Dynamics of Exclusion (SEATIDE) is funded by the European Commission’s 7th framework programme.

Run by a consortium of five European and four Southeast Asian institutions, coordinated by the Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), SEATIDE benefits from the resources and expertise of major Asian Studies institutions in SEA and Europe, as well as the unique EFEO network of 10 field centres located in SEA.

SEATIDE aims to take a new look at the benefits and risks of integration in Southeast Asia. SEATIDE researchers use a field study approach to take national and transnational perspectives on:

National integration coping with regional diversity Read more

Mobility and its impact on people’s lives Read more

Knowledge networks and the movement of ideas Read more

The development of national and regional political frameworks Read more

SEATIDE’s results will be disseminated from Southeast Asia in the form of workshops, conferences and publications

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Grant Number: 320221
Project Type: Collaborative project
Project Start: 1st December 2012
Project End: 30th November 2015

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