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About

SEI Asia, based in Bangkok, has a diverse team of multinational experts that integrates scientific research with participatory approaches to co-develop and share knowledge, build partnerships, and influence policy for resilient development. It focuses on gender and social equity, climate adaptation, reducing disaster risk, water insecurity and integrated water resources management, transitional agriculture, renewable energy and urbanisation.

SEI Asia is an affiliate of Chulalongkorn University (CU), Thailand. SEI and CU have inked a long-term agreement until 2023 to foster innovative scientific research combined with effective policy engagement on development and environmental challenges in Asia. The key areas of collaboration are: intellectual engagement for joint research applications and fund mobilization; lecturing and seminars for CU’s students; post–graduate supervision and examination; and, CU-SEI employee linkages.

PLEASE NOTE: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SEI Asia has taken the decision to work from home. We look forward to meeting partners and collaborators online – please stay in touch and consider using email if you can’t get through on the telephone numbers below.

Contacts

General questions: info-Asia@sei.org
Address: 10th Floor, Kasem Uttayanin Building, 254 Chulalongkorn University, Henri Dunant Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand

Tel no.: 66 (0)2 0730040-44; Fax no.: 66 (0)2 0730045

Strategy 2017–2019

Building on SEI’s Global Strategy 2015–2019, SEI Asia has developed a regionally focussed strategy, in line with, and working within, Asian realities and contexts. Our centre, with a team of 14 nationalities from the region and beyond, focuses on building and strengthening partnerships with government departments, academia, policy-makers, private sector and civil society, to ensure we are all working together, to stimulate discussions and debates on sustainable approaches to development and to catalyse solutions to the most pressing environment and development issues we face.