Membership Leaflets 2014 - The Royal Society for Asian Affairs.

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Membership Leaflets 2014 - The Royal Society for Asian Affairs.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR ASIAN AFFAIRS
25 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF
Telephone: 020~7235 5122 Fax: 020~7259 6771
Email: [email protected]
APPLICATION FORM
I/We wish to apply for membership of the Royal Society for Asian Affairs
Name: _______________________________________________________ Title: _______________
(Please print clearly)
Occupation (optional): _______________________________________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone: ________________________________________________________________________
Email: ______________________________________________________________________________
for Single/Joint/Junior/Corporate or Affiliate membership
Connection with Asia is:
THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR ASIAN AFFAIRS
25 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF
Telephone: 020~7235 5122 Fax: 020~7259 6771
Email: [email protected]
Membership is open to all who are interested in
promoting the objectives of the Society,
and enquiries will be welcomed by the Secretary
__________________________________________________
SUBSCRIPTION RATES (from 01/01/2014)
Single Membership
Joint Membership (for couples)
£ 75.00
£100.00
Members Overseas:
Single Membership
Joint Membership (for couples)
£75.00
£100.00
[US$113/€105]
[US$150/€140]
£20.00
US$30/€28]
Benefactor Members
£ 1000.00
[US$1500/€1400]
Corporate Members
£ 500.00
[US$750/€700]
Affiliate Membership for Asian Diplomatic Missions
in London
£500.00
Affiliate Membership for Schools
£100.00
Younger Members (18 - 30)
[US$150/€140]
Payment of annual subscription by a UK Income Tax Payer under Gift Aid
enables the Society to reclaim income tax paid, and is therefore a great help to
the Society at no additional cost to the Member. Forms are included or will
gladly be sent by the Secretary on request.
Nationality:
Date of Birth (if under 30):
Separate Journal-only subscriptions are not available for members but nonmembers may apply to Routledge, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Customer Services
Department, Rankine Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 8PR Tel: 01256 813
002 Fax: 01256 330 245 email: [email protected]
ROYAL SOCIETY
FOR
ASIAN AFFAIRS
The Society was founded in 1901 to promote greater knowledge and understanding of
Central Asia and surrounding countries. With the passage of time, the area has been
extended to include the whole of Asia, from the Middle East to Japan. The Society is an
active and friendly organisation, which provides those interested in Asia with many ways
of expanding these interests.
In pursuit of these aims, the Council of the Society seeks to provide a balanced
programme of activities which, though by no means neglecting the past, gives
opportunities for keeping up to date with developments and for discussion on a wide
variety of topics of common interest to Asia and the West.
The Society’s activities may be summarised as follows:-
Patron:
HRH THE DUKE OF YORK KG GCVO ADC
President:
LORD DAVIES OF ABERSOCH CBE
Honorary Vice-Presidents:
SIR HAROLD WALKER KCMG
HUGH LEACH ESQ OBE
Chairman of Council:
SIR DAVID JOHN KCMG
Secretary:
Alan R J Attryde
25 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF
Telephone: 020~7235 5122
Fax: 020~7259 6771
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rsaa.org.uk
Meetings held about twice a month, at which lectures are given by authoritative
speakers. The programme includes lectures, films and slides on current affairs,
economics, finance, history, art, archaeology, sociology, culture, travel and other subjects
of special interest connected with all parts of Asia.
Social functions which include the dinner, an afternoon tea party in the summer, an
anniversary meeting, and buffets at lunch-time and refreshment at evening lectures
which give members and their guests an opportunity to meet the guest speaker and
others with similar interests.
Special meetings for members of Companies which are Corporate Members of the
Society are held to discuss economic and financial matters with high-level
representatives of Asian countries.
A Library and Reading Room with a fine and easily accessible collection of over 5,000
books on Asian subjects.
The Journal of the Society, “Asian Affairs”, is published three times a year and occupies a
respected place in the current literature on Asia. It contains reports of lectures, original
articles and book reviews. Its worldwide circulation includes universities, institutes,
companies, banks and governmental officials.
Educational Activities are undertaken by the Society to further its aim of increasing
knowledge of Asia. The Society has a list of members prepared to give talks to
appropriate groups, organisations such as schools, and the media.
Tours are specially organised by the Society in most years, to enable a group of
members to make detailed visits to particular countries.
A Young Members Section [18 – 30 years]
THE
ROYAL SOCIETY
FOR
ASIAN AFFAIRS

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