PARTNERS (MOUS)

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

AUAP is an accredited NGO with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization with headquarters in Paris and Bangkok. AUAP members have an opportunity to participate in activities carried out through UNESCO’s Division of Higher Education, as well as present it with proposals for funding through the participation in programs that are especially developed in assisting higher education institutions in developing countries.


THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION (IIE)

An Honorary Reciprocal Membership Project Between the Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP) and the International Institute of Education (IIE).

The IIE, based in Washington DC, is an Educational Organization with a network called llENetwork which includes over 1,300 institutions of higher education around the world. It is the world's first truly global professional association for international education policy makers, administrators and researchers.

Part of the varied activities of IIE Is to administer some of the most prestigious scholarships like the Fulbright scholarship and the Schumann scholarship program.

The IIE has access to the most influential researchers in the field of education.

The proposal being presented to the AIJAP Board for approval is the establishment of a joint reciprocal honorary membership with IIE. If the proposal is approved, AUAP will be an honorary member of IIE for free and similarly, IIE will be an honorary member of AUAP. Designated official representative of each organization can attend the conferences of the other organization for free. As honorary member, AUAP can request IIE for assistance in identifying speakers who can be invited to deliver keynote speeches at our conferences. IIE can do the same to our members. Moreover, the AUAP will have the opportunity to participate in nominating qualified applicants to the many scholarship programs that it administers worldwide.


THE CENTER FOR GLOBAL NON-KILLING (CGNK)

CGNK Programs

The Center for Global Nonkilling (GCNK) in consultative status with the United Nations has 19 research committees that bring together some 800 scholars from over 300 Universities globally that are engaged in building non-killing peace initiatives for socio-economic, ecological, environmental and sustainable development.

There is a big geographic imbalance within the CGNK, with greater representation from Europe and the USA, and a very few numbers of universities being represented from the Asia-Pacific region.

AUAP has entered into an MOU with CGNK to play an instrumental role in turning this situation around, inviting academics from among its members who have research interests in the field of non-killing, violence-prevention, conflict resolution, and peace studies, and to take part in developmental and sustainability programs under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

The research committees of CGNK will provide best tools for creative approaches, learning and academic collaboration and information sharing with the members of AUAP. This will play important role for all future collaborations between CGNK and AUAP, in keeping with AUAP’s stated mission to promote universal peace and international understanding through education, and for socio-economic development and (universal) peace between nations.


IAUP AND AUAP HAS SIGNED THE MOU ON JYLY 11, 2018 AT SURABAYA UNIVERSITY, SURABAYA, INDONESIA.

The objective of this Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a cooperative framework within which IAUP and AUAP including to develop and implement different kinds of programmes and activities related to the field of education.

to fulfill the objectives of their cooperation, the Parties intend to utilize and leverage their existing resources and facilities for their mutual benefit and for their respective institutions and/or academic partners.

www.iaup.org


GKA AND AUAP HAS SIGNED THE MOU ON JULY 11, 2018 AT SURABAYA UNIVERSITY, SURABAYA, INDONESIA.

The objective of this Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a cooperative framework within which GKA and AUAP including to develop and implement different kinds of programmes and activities related to the field of education.

to fulfill the objectives of their cooperation, the Parties intend to utilize and leverage their existing resources and facilities for their mutual benefit and for their respective institutions and/or academic partners.

www.globalknowledgealliance.com