The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) is an intergovernmental process established in 1996 to foster dialogue and cooperation between Asia and Europe. Currently it comprises 53 partners: 30 European and 21 Asian countries, the European Union and the ASEAN Secretariat. ASEM addresses political, economic, social, cultural, and educational issues of common interest, in a spirit of mutual respect and equal partnership. Since its inception in 1996, the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) has continuously adjusted itself to ensure relevance and growth of the partnership between the partners amidst the global and regional changes. ASEM collaboration have been guided by 3 areas of common interest: political, economic, and socio-cultural and educational dimensions, referred to as the ASEM Three Pillars.
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Within the third pillar of the overall ASEM Process (socio-cultural and educational dimension), the ASEM Education Ministers meet bi-annually to advance transregional educational collaboration in the field of Education, with a strong focus on Higher Education. The ASEM Education Process is the only process within the overall ASEM process with its own coordinating Secretariat.
The video below introduces you to the ASEM Education Process.