Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives

Article 370 of the Indian Constitution and revocation of Kashmir’s autonomy

3 October 2019 with Reeta Tremblay (UVic PoliSci) and Zehra Abrar (UVic Law)

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Unmooring the Komagata Maru: Charting Colonial Trajectories [Book Launch]

Oct 10 with Rita Dhamoon (UVic PoliSci) and Davina Bhandar (Athabasca University)

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The 2019 CAPI interns are in the field

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Gender Dynamics, Feminist Activism & Social Transformation in China

A new CAPI-led China Policy Series volume from Routledge

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Fellowship opportunity

We are currently inviting applications for one fellowship for a doctoral, post- doctoral, or early career (tenure-track) scholar to conduct research in Asia as part of our Regulating Globalization in South and Southeast Asia project. This project supports young global leaders to conduct interdisciplinary research on innovative governance and justice strategies to mitigate the harsher effects of economic globalization in Asia (specifically in Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Thailand, and Vietnam). The deadline has been extended to 30 September 2019 | view the pdf for full details.

Over 30 years of bridging the Pacific

The Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives is located at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. Our team conducts research on policy issues and builds relationships with universities and civil society organizations in the region. We hold international conferences and events and act as a resource facility for the university and the wider community on this important and diverse part of the world. Read more

Featured video

A video montage of some of our student interns and partners across the Asia-Pacific and Africa in celebration of our 30th anniversary (thanks to Eli Meadow Ramraj for the editing).
Dennis Gupa is a PhD student with UVic's Applied Theatre Department. Here he reports on his work in his native Philippines, which has been partially supported through a CAPI Student Research Fellowship.

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