To promote active interaction, mutual learning and information sharing among graduate students, scholars and researchers regarding regionalization and development in the Mekong Region, RCSD organizes annual regional seminars and tri-annual conferences. These forums aim to situate the region's emerging issues within a conceptual framework, taking into account both local and regional contexts, and leading to the establishment of collaborative networks among researchers, scholars and institutions in the Mekong Region. The regional seminars are organized on a rotational basis outside Thailand, and have been held in Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and China.

As well as promoting vigorous academic exchange within the region, through these conferences, seminars and public forums RCSD also introduces local issues to the wider academic community; to policy makers and the public.

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Titles ICIRD2012 -Towards an ASEAN Economic Community (AEC): Prospects, Challenges and Paradoxes in Development, Governance and Human Security
Date July 2-27, 2012

Titles ANRC Workshop: Human Security and Religious Certainty
Date 15-17 January 2010

Titles International Conference "Revisiting Agrarian Transformations in Southeast Asia: Empirical, Theoretical and Applied Perspectives"
Date 13-15 May2010

Titles Asian Borderlands: Enclosure, Interaction and Transformation
Date 5-7 November 2010

Titles Seminar "Muslim: Historical and Cultural Illusions and Realities"
Date 26 August 2009

Titles Academic Seminar "Borderlands, Livelihood and Regionalization of Development in Southwest China and Mainland Southeast Asia"
Date 10-12 April 2009

Titles Regional Seminar "Changes and Challenges in the Mekong Sub-region"
Date 17-18 January 2008

Titles Conference "Nationalism and Cultural Pluralism" (inThai)
Date 22-23 December 2008

Titles Seminar "Livelihood, Labors and Health of the Displaced: Policies and Practices Discrepancies"
Date 29 March 2008

Titles Regional Seminar "The Regionalization of Development, Enhancing Research and Development in the GMS Countries"
Date 24-25 May 2007
Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University Chiang Mai 50200 THAILAND
Tel. 66-53-943595/6 Fax. 66-53-893279

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