Asian Students Association Archives

ASA Position Papers/histories. 1990, 1996-1998, 2002, 2005.
ASA Secretariat. 1987, 1990, 2003-2004.
Executive Committee Meetings. 1990, 1995-1996, 2001, 2004.
ASA Chairman / Secretary-General Reports. 1972, 1974, 1977, 1989.
General Conferences. 1969-2006.
1st General Conference (Malaysia, April 1969). 1969.
2nd General Conference (Hong Kong, 26 July – 1 August, 1970). 1970.
3rd General Conference (India, 29 September – 2 October, 1972). 1972.
4th General Conference (Australia, 12-14 July, 1974). 1974.
5th General Conference (Thailand, 21-25 November, 1975). 1975.
6th General Conference (Hong Kong, 16-20 December, 1978). 1978.
10th General Conference (Philippines, n. d.). N.d.
11th General Conference (Thailand, 15-18 December, 1989). 1989.
12th General Conference (Australia, 21-23 January, 1994). 1994.
13th General Conference (Hong Kong, 27-31 January, 1996). 1996.
14th General Conference (Thailand, 18-26 March, 1999). 1999.
15th General Conference (Thailand, 19-26 May, 2002). 2002.
16th General Conference (Hong Kong, 12-21 December, 2006). 2006.
Program of Action. 1986-1991, 1993-1998, 2002.
Activity Reports. 1996-1997, 2003-2004.
Annual Reports. 1991-1992, 2002-2005.
Other Reports. 1970, 1972.
Sub-regional Committees (SRC). 1990, 1993-1994.
Study and other trips. 1972, 1987, 1989, 1997, 2003 and n.d.
ASA Registration and Staff. 1969-2006.
ASA Registration in Hong Kong; Sharing office with Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM); Employment Agreements. 1971-1972, 1974, 2006-2007, 2010.
Extension of Stay Rey Asis, Lee Khai Loon, Working visa Aaron Ceradoy, Madhav Nepal. 1999, 2004, 2010.
Helen Te Hira. 2001-2003.
Visa Applications; visa extension Madhav Nepal. 1993-1994, 2000, 2010.
Organizations and membership (Credential Committee Report, Membership Applications, Membership Renewal, Constituent Organizations). 1976, 1986, 1989, 1993, 1995, 1997 and n.d.
ASA News (Subscribers, Printing). 1969, 1993.
Financial Records. 1990-1992, 1996-1997, 2002-2004, 2010.
Funders (WIDE, EYF). 1996 and n.d.
Other (Addresses, Diary Notes (2010)). 2010.
Correspondence Incoming. 1986-87, 1990-1997, 1999-2001, 2003-2004.
Incoming – undated (2 letters); Daniel (Dan) Delisi (undated, 4 letters, guestimate ca. 1994). [1994].
Correspondence Incoming. 1986-1994.
Correspondence Incoming. 1995-1997, 1999-2001, 2003-2004.
Correspondence Outgoing. 1969-1970, 1985-1987, 1991-1997, 1999-2000.
Correspondence Outgoing. N.d.
Correspondence Outgoing (1969, May-December). 1969.
Correspondence Outgoing. 1970.
Correspondence Outgoing. 1985-1987, 1991-1994.
Correspondence Outgoing. 1995-1997, 1999-2000.
Correspondence Outgoing - Letters to Members - East Asia (Hong Kong, Japan, Korea (North-), Mongolia). 1985-1989.
Correspondence Outgoing - Letters to Members - Middle East. 1987-1989.
Correspondence Outgoing - Letters to members - Pacific (Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand). 1985-1989.
Correspondence Outgoing - Letters to Members - South Asia. 1985-1989.
Correspondence Outgoing - Letters to Members - Southeast Asia. 1985-1989.
Correspondence files from different organisations (this concerns mostly correspondence with sponsors/funders about project proposals and project funding).
ASEED, also one file on ASEED/Earthcouncil. 1993-1994, 1996-1997, n.d.
Asia Partnership for Human Development. 1990-1993.
Both Ends. 1993-1994.
Buntstift. 1991.
Christian Conference of Asia - Letters to CCA (1985-1987, 1989) / Letters from CCA (1986-1989). 1985-1989.
Dreikönigsaktion der Katholischen Jungschar Österreichs. 1985-1989.
Evangelisches Missionswerk (=Protestant Association for World Mission, later: Association of Protestant Churches and Missions in Germany) - Letters to EMW (1985-1990) / Letters to/from EMW (1984-1991, 1993). 1984-1991, 1994.
Fastenopfer der Schweizer Katholiken [Swiss Catholic Lenten Fund]. 1984-1991.
Jellyfish. 1991, 1994.
Misereor. 1986, 1991.
Vastenaktie. 1984, 1986-1989, 1991.
World Council of Churches. 1984-1985, 1988-1989.
X min Y. 1993-1994.
Projects/Events with direct involvement from the Asian Student Association (in chronological order). 1984, 1986, 1990-1996, 1998-2007.
Asia Students’ Regional Seminar-Workshop on Education (Quezon City, 14-23 June, 1984). 1984.
Report on the ASA-SFT Student Peace Forum (Thailand, 26-30 December, 1986). 1986.
Human Rights Education Program II : Focus on Women (HREP II) (Kathmandu, 1-10 March, 1990). 1990.
Asian Young Literacy Specialist training (Thailand, 10-24 March, 1990). 1990.
Anti Bases Conference for Democracy, Equality and Freedom (ABCDEF) (Philippines, 1991). 1991.
Peace Training for Asia-Pacific Youth and Students (Manila, 20-31 August, 1991). 1991.
Development and Environment (Malaysia, 22-31 August, 1992). 1986.
Student Media for Social Change (Solo, 1-10 September, 1992). 1992.
Youth ’92 (Costa Rica). 1992.
Youth NGO Action Kit. 1992.
Training Activists for Social Transformation (diff. places, 1993 - ...). 1993.
Everything is Under Control. A Project for an Alternative Youth & Student Media in Asia (1993 - …). 1993.
Human Rights Education Program Bhutan and Nepal (Nepal, 10-20 December, 1993). 1993.
Students Campaign Against Economic Liberalisation (New Delhi, 20-25 February, 1994). 1994.
South Asian Youth Festival Against Communalism and Imperialism (India, 1994). 1994.
ASA South-Asian Youth and Students festival (New Delhi, 10-14 May, 1994). 1994.
World Bank and IMF Asia-Pacific Campaign (Hong Kong, 2 October, 1994). 1994.
Women Students on the Road to Beijing. Project: “Enhancing Women Students’ Participation in the Students’ and People’s Movement” (1995). 1995.
NIC the SAP: Breaking Down the Fallacy that SAP will lead to NIC Status. A Mini-Research and Booklet for the Purpose of Campaign amongst Youth and Students (August 1995-February 1996). 1996.
9th North-South Training Course for Youth Organisations (Molina, 13-18 August, 1996). 1996.
Build Up the Students’ Movement in the 21st Century (Bangkok, 19-26 March, 1998). 1998.
Asian Regional Response to Education and Student’s Rights (ARREST) (Dhaka, 26-29 July, 1998). 1998.
Asia-Pacific Education Conference (Dhaka, 5-8 September, 1998). 1998.
International Youth Conference on the Social Impact of Globalisation (Quezon City, 28 November – 5 December, 1999). 1999.
Action Through Education: Students’ Response to Racism and Discrimination (2000?). 2000.
International Conference on War and Militarism (Jakarta, 17-23 August, 2000). 2000.
Search for Peace – Empowering the Young people in Conflict Resolution (Palestine, November 2000) / Fact-finding Mission Palestine (2-6 November, 2000) (note Eef: I guess the first project didn’t work out and then turned into the Fact Finding Mission). 2000.
Your Mama is a Woman (Hong Kong, 2000/2001). 2000.
World Conference Against Racism (Teheran, February 2001). 2001.
International Youth Camp (Nepal, 2-10 June, 2001). 2001.
Unity in Diversity: a Youth Camp for Peace and Harmony (Hong Kong, 2002). 2002.
Peace Front Campaign: Youth Response to War and Terrorism (2002-2005). 2002.
Regional Youth Dialogue on National Liberation, Terrorism and Conflict Resolution (Manila, 26-31 January, 2003). 2003.
Abolish ISA Campaign (Hong Kong, 10 April, 2003). 2003.
Asian Women’s Training. South East Asian Women’s Training Camp for Cooperation and Emancipation (Cordilleras, 20-28 September, 2003). 2003.
Youth and Student Peace Mission to the Philippines (October 2003). 2003.
Asia-Pacific Campaign to defend the Right of Youth and Students to Education (2003-2004). 2003.
Regional Youth Dialogue on Peace and Conflict Resolution (Colombo, 27-31 January, 2004). 2004.
Pacific Wide Consultation on GATS, Globalization and Education (Dhaka, 20-24 May, 2004). 2004.
1% Solidarity Fund. 2005.
Say No to WTO (Hong Kong, 2005). 2005.
RACE 101: Introducing and Mainstreaming Ethnic Minority Communities to University Students (Hong Kong, 4th Quarter 2006). 2006.
You Act on Education and Employment (Kathmandu, 12-15 December, 2007). 2007.
Congresses, workshops etc. with ASA participation (in chronological order). 1976, 1989, 1994-1997, 2000-2001.
4th Annual General Conference Student Travel Association of Asia (STAA) (Hong Kong, 1976). 1976.
Asia-Pacific Peoples’ Conference on Peace and Development (12 January, 1989). 1989.
Southeast Asian Non-Governmental meeting on Human Rights and Development (Bangkok, 20-25 July, 1994). 1994.
Global Youth Forum (Brazil, 27 July – 2 August, 1994). 1994.
Democracy, a Matter of Choice. Youth for Development & Cooperation / Young Democrats seminar (Noordwijk, the Netherlands 28 November – 1 December, 1994). 1994.
United Nations World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen, 6-12 March, 1995). Preparatory Conferences. 1995; Asia-Pacific NGOs Consultation on UN World Summit for Social Development (Bangkok, 2-3 May, 1994); Asia-Pacific NGOs Conference on UN World Summit for Social Development “Making a Stand, Claiming the Future: a Sustainable People’s Agenda for the 21st Century’ (Manila, 15-18 June, 1994); NGO Symposium on a Social Development Agenda for the ESCAP Region into the 21st Century (Bangkok, 12-15 July, 1999).
Asia Pacific Student Conference (Auckland, 28 April – 5 May, 1995). 1995.
First Asia-Europe NGO Conference on the Future of Asian-European Relations (Bangkok, 27-29 February, 1996). 1996.
PP21 2nd Council Meeting (Hong Kong, 26-29 June, 1997). 1997.
II World Youth Festival (International Preparatory Committee, First meeting (Panama, 19-20 May, 2000)). 2000.
Asia-Pacific Youth Workshop on Violence Against Women (Manila, 17-21 July, 2000, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law & Development). 2000.
World Student Congress (Geneva, 11-14 October, 2000; National Union of Students in Europe). 2000.
7th UNESCO/NGO Collective Consultation on Higher Education (27-29 November, 2000). 2000.
Youth Meeting 2001 (‘near San Francisco’, 19-22 January, 2001; International Forum on Globalization). 2001.
Second Session of the Regional Planning Committee for ESCAP Youth Events (Bangkok, 19 March, 2001). 2001.
International Indigenous Youth Conference (Baguio City, 15-20 April, 2001). 2001.
Asia Pacific People’s Solidarity Conference “Fighting Neo-Liberalism in the Asia-Pacific” (Jakarta, 7-10 June, 2001). 2001.

N.B. This file fails.

Documentation by Organisation (in alphabetical order). 1976, 1989, 1994-1997, 2000-2001.
Action for Solidarity, Equality, Environment and Development (A-SEED, Asia). 1976.
Alert. N.d.
All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF, Burma). 1990, 1993-1994, 1996.
All India Student Association (AISA). N.d.
All India Students Federation (AISF). N.d.
All Nepal National Free Students’ Union (ANNFSU). 1986, 1991, 1993, 2000.
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Kirchlicher Entwicklungsdienst (AG KED). N.d.
Bangladesh Chatra Federation. N.d.
Canadian Youth Network for Asia-Pacific Solidarity (CYNAPS). N.d.
Democratic Students League of Japan (DSL). N.d.
European Commission. N.d.
General Union of Yemen Students (GUYS). 1980, 1988.
Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS). 1976, 1994, 1997.
Hong Kong University Students Union. 1992.
International Institute for Human Rights, Environment and Development (INHURED International). N.d.
International Student Conference. 1969.
International Union of Students (IUS). 1973, 1976, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1999-2000.
Karbi Students’ Association (Northeast India). [1993].
Katholischer Akademischer Ausländer-Dienst (KAAD). N.d.
Khmer Student Association. N.d.
Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League (North-Korea). 1996-1997.
Korean Students Committee (North Korea). 1994.
MISEREOR. N.d.
National Students Joint Action (NSJA, Japan). 1993.
National Union of Iraqi Students (NUIS). 1992-1993.
National Union of Iraqi Students (NUIS). 1992-1993.
Nationalist Independent Student Organisation (NISO, Nepal). 1978.
New Liberation News Service. N.d.
Non-aligned Students & Youth Organization (NASYO, Iraq). 1997.
Pan Africanist Congress of Azania. 1984, 1990, n.d.
Revolutionary Arakanese Youth & Students (RAYS, Burma). 1993.
Rights of Entertainers in Asia to Combat Human Oppression and Unjust Treatment (Reach Out). N.d.
Student Education Commission of Asia (SECA). 1978.
Student Union of Bhutan (SUB). 1997.
United Nations / World Commission on Youth and Development (WYCD). 1993.
Universal Students Union. N.d.
World Council of Churches (WCC). [1985].
World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY). 1991, 1993-1994, 1996-1997.
X min Y. 1992.
Youth for Development & Cooperation (YDC). 1993.
Documentation by country (in alphabetical order). 1976, 1989, 1994-1997, 2000-2001.
Bangladesh. 1995-1996, n.d.
Bhutan. 2001.
Burma. 1988, n.d.
Finland. N.d.
India and Nagaland. N.d.
Indonesia. 1991.
Japan. 1991.
Korea (-South). N.d.
Nepal. [1992].
New Zealand. 1990, 1997, n.d.
Palestine. 1988, 1991, n.d.
Peru. 1997.
Philippines. N.d.
South-Africa. 1996.
Thailand. 1991, 2002, n.d.
Documentation by Subject (in alphabetical order). 1976, 1989, 1994-1997, 2000-2001.
Education. 1989, 1997-1998, n.d.
Environment (Earth Day). 1987, 1989, n.d.
WTO/GATS. [2003].
Photos of meetings, congresses and other events, organised by the Asian Students Association and other organisations, in Australia, China, Cuba, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Laos, Mongolia, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea, the Soviet-Union, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom and Vietnam. 1984-1989. 1 volume
Photos of the EXCO meeting, organised by the the Asian Students Association, in Pokhara, Nepal, 14-23 April 1994. 1994. 1 volume