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Southeast Asia is a priority region for the University of Sydney. The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre (SSEAC), established in July 2012, is a university-wide multidisciplinary initiative that supports research, teaching and outreach related to the region. Focusing on five thematic clusters – Economic and Social Development; Environment and Resources; Health; Heritage and the Arts; and State and Society – SSEAC brings together over 270 academic staff and honoraries from across the university. A number of the centre’s academic members have research interests or are engaged in substantive outreach projects in Cambodia and Laos. Research support is provided by centre staff, who have extensive networks in the region, and the significant number of SSEAC members who have held Southeast Asia-related ARC Discovery Project grants.

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