workshop on professional ethics
Rank 107 in the latest Transparency International CPI: Indonesia is suffering an omnipresent corruption. In the case of judges, this has particularly severe consequences for democracy in the largest muslim country worldwide.
Along with excellent presentations the participants of the second human rights workshop were offered a lot of practical training, a visit to a local market and a roundtable with 'illegal vendors'.
In the latest edition of KAS International Reports Dr. Jan Woischnik reports on the change in Indonesia's government and the way ahead for Joko Widodo.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is one of the political foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany and makes an active and substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding through its various activities and projects. We present the objectives, projects and publications of our country office to Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
|Nov. 27 - 29
|Nov. 17 - 21
|Nov. 11 - 12
|Nov. 3 - 4
From KAS International Reports 10/2014: More than 190 million Indonesians were called to the polls in July to elect a new president. The winner is Joko Widodo, Jakarta’s former governor and a favorite of the media. In order to [...]
A Comparative Overview of Systems and Programs
As ASEAN moves forward to become a more integrated community by 2015,strengthening the capacities of ASEAN judiciaries, will be a requirement for stable and rules-based transitions throughout the region. This study, provides an [...]
An Election analysis by Dr. Viola Neu
The CDU achieved a particularly good result, its best since 1994. The election results are above all a show of trust in Chancellor Angela Merkel. Since 2005, she has found a way of appealing to voters from all parties and has [...]
country office to Indonesia and Timor-Leste
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