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Tourism and creative industries: How do they relate to PECC’s activities?

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Hugh Stephens

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2015

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PECC 23rd General Meeting, Next Generation Program, Manila, Philippines

pdf AEC, APEC and the Youth: In quest of closer integration and cohesion

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GM-2015-Manila-Cielito-Habito.pdf

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AEC, APEC and the Youth: In quest of closer integration and cohesion

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Cielito F. Habito

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2015

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PECC 23rd General Meeting, Next Generation Program, Manila, Philippines

pdf The Youth’s role in fostering People connectivity in building inclusive economies

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GM-2015-Manila-Federico-Macaranas.pdf

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The Youth’s role in fostering People connectivity in building inclusive economies

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Federico M. Macaranas

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2015

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PECC 23rd General Meeting, Next Generation Program, Manila, Philippines

pdf Writing a Policy Brief: Things to Consider

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GM-2014-Beijing-New-Generation-Program-Hugh-Stephens.pdf

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Writing a Policy Brief: Things to Consider

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Hugh Stephens

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2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

pdf Blue Economy in APEC

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GM-2014-Beijing-New-Generation-Program-Feng-Jun.pdf

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Blue Economy in APEC

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Feng Jun

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2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

pdf New Generation Program 2014 - Opening Speech

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GM-2014-Beijing-New-Generation-Program-Eduardo-Pedrosa.pdf

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Opening Speech

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Eduardo Pedrosa

Year:

2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

pdf Cross Border Education and People to People Contact

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GM-2014-Beijing-New-Generation-Program-Christopher-Findlay.pdf

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Cross Border Education and People to People Contact

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Christopher Findlay

Year:

2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

pdf PECC GM XXII:Student Delegate Presentation on Liberalization of Cross Border Education

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2014-GM-Beijing-Student-Delegate-Presentation.PDF

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The Liberalization of Cross Border Education by Reducing Factors Inhibiting Provider, Service, and Student Mobility (Presentation)

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Student Delegates

Year:

2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

pdf PECC GM XXII:Student Delegate Report on Liberalization of Cross Border Education

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2014-GM-Beijing- Student-Delegate-Report-on-Liberalization-of-Cross-Border Education.pdf

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The Liberalization of Cross Border Education by Reducing Factors Inhibiting Provider, Service, and Student Mobility

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Student Delegates

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2014

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22nd PECC GM, Next Generation Program, Beijing, China

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