Veranstaltungen - Auslandsbüro Kambodscha
Political Empowerment Academy 2021
The Political Empowerment Academy is organized by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia with the support of our partner, Politikoffee. The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) recognizes youth as a positive force for transformative positive social changes and aims to enhance their participation in Cambodian politics. The political participation of young people needs to be meaningful and effective, going beyond token gestures. This requires that young people have fundamental knowledge on politics and leadership skills, as well as a strong connection between each other in order to be able to share experiences, build trust in a polarized political environment, collaborate and support each other. Through the annual academy, launching for the first time in spring 2019 and second time in late 2020, this year 2021 we aim to continue supporting the active participation of youth in political processes and empower the next generation of political, governmental and civil society leaders.
Discover KAS Scholarship Opportunities
Digital Information Event for prospective scholarship-holders
Join us on 21 June on Zoom to learn about the range of scholarship opportunities available from KAS Cambodia.
Tag der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung 2021
„Politik und Vertrauen“
Die Arbeit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung im Kontext von Partizipation, Repräsentation, Sicherheit und Innovation
Studien- und Informationsprogramm
Young Journalist Traineeship
Call for Applications
ASEM YOUTH SUMMIT
Virtual Youth Conference in Support of the 13th ASEM Summit and Cambodian Chairmanship
ASEM Youth Summit, organized by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Cambodia in support of the 13th ASEM Summit and Cambodian Chairmanship, is a public academic seminar where young students from Cambodia and other ASEM countries could join in a shared platform, exchange their ideas and advocate for a better world through their collective voice.
Webinar on "Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia"
Challenges, Cooperation and Development Models
Against the backdrop of urgent needs at the national, regional and global levels for sustainable development based on clean and renewable sources of energy, the discussion of this book volume is a collection of policy-oriented research papers published with the intention to raise awareness and stimulate policy interests in renewable energy and approaches to sustainable development.
KAS-For Legal Youth Network
A space for young Cambodians in legal sector to learn and connect beyond working and studying.
To support young ambitious Cambodians in the legal sector of Cambodia, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia set up the KAS-For Legal Youth Network (KAS-FLY Network). The network will connect a group of high-potential law students and young professionals with legal experts and support the development of professional and personal skills that are crucial for their future endeavors in the legal sector.
International Relations Synopsis
International Relations Synopsis is a monthly informal discussion that brings researchers, diplomats, and experts from all across Cambodia to discuss on relevant international relations and global politics topics that have happened throughout the month with interested young Cambodian students at different university campuses. The Synopsis discussion will go deeper into detail background of each major international event with interactive conversation and critical analysis of the causes and impacts of the events.
Research Colloquium - Call for Speakers!
The monthly Research Colloquium 2021 is now publicly open for interested researchers who wish to present their ongoing research projects within a constructive feedback environment of the Research Community in Cambodia.
Waste Summit 2020
Waste to Energy
Waste is created in every country. In Cambodia, robust economic development coupled with a rapidly growing population mean the amount of waste generated in urban center, particularly Phnom Penh, is growing dramatically. The capital city generates around 4.09 million tons per year of solid waste, 55.3% of the total waste comes from household, followed by hotels/guesthouses (16.7%), restaurants (13.8%), markets (7.5%), shops (5.4%) and offices (1.4%). Could these wastes be turned into energy? Cambodia, apart from waste management issue, has also suffer from significant energy shortage. The country has among the highest electricity prices in the regions, especially in rural areas which could cost up to USD 1 per kWh. Given Cambodia’s alarming level of waste production and the rising concern over energy access, the process of turning waste to energy could be the future solution for the country.