September 2012 onwards - The goal of this project is to stimulate and assist Indian civil society organisations to assert their position and coordinated action with regard to the social and human rights impacts of the EU-India FTA. In cooperation with the Ambekar Institute for Labour Studies and the Maniben Kara Institute and with the support of the European Union.
September 2011 onwards - The EU-China Youth Policy Dialogue provides a platform for discussion and exchange of views between Young EU and Chinese citizens. It provides action plans and policy-recommendations to European and Chinese policy-makers, as well as other stakeholders, in the different fields prioritised by the project. In cooepration with Chinese Association for European Studies, with support from European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture and the Guanghua Foundation.
January 2011 onwards - Internationally recognised core labour standards have been increasingly accepted as an important feature in the overall respect for human rights. The overall objective of this project is to develop the capacity of vulnerable groups of workers effectively to access basic labour rights in India’s labour markets. In cooperation with the Institute of Social Science (ISS) in Dehli, the Maniben-Kara Labour Institute MKI (Mumbai), the Ambekar Institute for Labour Studies AILS (Mumbai) and the Xavier Labour Relations Institute (Jamshedpur) (XLRI)
Since 1994 - The European Commission recognises the international dimension of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities and is determined to “continue to promote CSR globally”. The EIAS CSR project has three components: compiling a database on CSR; stimulating an exchange of information about activities and best practices, and making this database available to university-based management courses to sustain credible analyses of CSR activities and the inclusion of stakeholders’ views.
2009-2012 - China is one of the largest and most challenging economies in the world. It represents a huge economic potential, but also poses a number of difficulties for EU businesses - especially SMEs - trying to enter the market. Understanding China addresses these needs by creating a new business dialogue on China-related issues.
1997-2010 - The Alliance, established in 1997, aims to bring together fragmented forces in Asian Studies in Europe to facilitate scholarly excellence to the benefit of the respective national research environments. Together with the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) in Singapore, the European Alliance for Asian Studies organised a yearly call for workshop proposals.
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