Asia Pacific Society for Public Affairs (APSPA) founded by the scientists and social activists from several universities in the Asia Pacific regions to respond to social, politics, law, environment, policy, economics, business and humanity issues. All of these issues framed in how public affairs was managed by policy makers and the people who led by each leader in every country in the Asia Pacific. In this years, the member of APSPA is 80 personal member and 16 institution member in all around asia pacific regional which is Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Phillipine, India, South Korea, Taiwan and Myanmar.
APSPA is open for professors, lecturers, researchers, students and practitioners as its commitment to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among practitioners and academics. The venue of APSPA secretariat in Postgraduate Building, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. office of APSPA Secretariat open in Monday- Saturday at 08.00-15.00, to all institution want to join as the Member, please let us know.
Dr. Dyah Mutiarin