18. Education Summit
The opening of the 18. Education Summit organized by ASLI with Dato' Seri Idris bin Jusoh, Minister of Education II, (2nd from left) and Jan Senkyr, KAS Representative to Malaysia (3rd from left) on 15.05.2014 in KL
In collaboration with MIM, we had the privilege of hosting an informative talk with Senator h.c. Wolfgang Wolf, Member of the Presidency of the Industry Association of Baden Württemburg (LVI) and CEO on innnovation in the state of Baden Württemburg.
The speakers of this forum were YB Dato' Seri Haji Ahmad Husni bin Mohamad Hanadzlah, Minister of Finance II, Ministry of Finance; Tan Sim Kiat, Deputy Director of Customs, Royal Malaysian Customs Department; Raja Dato' Abd Aziz b. Raja Muda Musa, Vice-President of FMM; and Dato' Paul Selvaraj, President of FOMCA.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is one of the political foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany. With its activities and projects, the foundation contributes actively towards international cooperation and understanding. The activites of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Malaysia are as follow:
From needs-based to asset-based approach
|May 15 - 16
Changing Priorities and Changing Trends: Transforming Malaysian Education
MIM-KAS C-Level Exchange
Preparation for the implementation of GST: Implication for the government, private sector and the public
The Road to Serfdom
"The Road to Serfdom" is Friedrich von Hayek's influential book that has significantly impacted twentieth-century economic and political discourses between the conservatives and the liberals. Now available in the Malay language. [...]
Civic Education for the Enrichment of Democracy
This is the third book from the "Reformasi Pendidikan" series that looks into the Malaysian education system to explore ways in which it could reform itself.
A group of Malaysian and international experts studied the Social Market Economy model of Germany and compared it to the situation in Malaysia, and came up with this framework of ideas and recommendations to contribute [...]
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