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International Conference on
Population and Development in Asia: Critical Issues for a Sustainable Future
20 March - 22 March 2006
Venue:Banthai Beach Resort & Spa, Patong Phuket, Thailand

Organiser:
Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis

Supported by: The Wellcome Trust


Conference Panel on
Population, Ethnicity and Violent Conflict in Asia

Panel Organiser: Aris Ananta
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

 

Overview

List of Paper Presentations

Migration and Violent Conflict: Mindanao and Population Displacements in the Philippines (Abstract)
Jorge V. Tigno
Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, and Department of Political Science, University of the Philippines, Philippines

Migration and Potential Conflict in Multi-Ethnic and Multi-Religious Province of Riau Archipelago, Indonesia (Abstract)
Aris Ananta
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Population, Ethnicity and Violent Conflict in Asia (Abstract)
Riwanto Tirtosudarmo
The Research Center for Society and Culture, Indonesian Institute of Science, Indonesia

Conflict in Southern Thai: The 2004 Upsurge (Abstract)
P. Ramasamy

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Chinese Migration and Relations among the Overseas Chinese in the Asia Pacific Region (Abstract)
Christine Inglis
Multicultural and Migration Research Centre, RIAP, University of Sydney, Australia


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