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LSE SEAC Cove Sessions

The SEAC Cove Sessions are designed as a series of informal and high-level briefings involving policy-makers, officials, researchers and other stakeholders that are held under the Chatham House Rule or off-the-record.

The purpose of these sessions is to engender substantive discussion around important issues relating to Southeast Asia, to freely exchange analysis and insights, and to develop new ideas.

The format for these sessions is simple: upon being introduced, speakers will make brief remarks and are then engaged in a dialogue by an expert audience. The meetings will be ad hoc and by registration only.