Veranstaltungen - Auslandsbüro Malaysia
The Art of Being a Politician
IKD Young Leadership Programme (IYLP)
Young Leadership Programme is a series of awareness and capability development modules to introduce political education to young people with interest and nurture them for candidacy/legislative assistants.
Women and Social Impact: The Power of Women to Change the World
Public Policy Forum
IKD-KAS Public Policy Forum (PPF 3)
Discussion on current digital trends in Malaysia and what kind of public policies can improve society's approach towards digital technology and usage?
Battling the Crisis: The Role of the Government-Linked Companies (GLCs)
Social Market Economy Perspectives
We have put together an excellent panel of experts in order to discuss ways forward for Malaysia to a swift and well-conceived response to deal with the economic and social repercussions of the ongoing crisis. This involves effective employment of Malaysia’s huge number of GLCs to ensure adequate supply of health services, support SMEs, keep people employed, and create a public delivery system that gets aid to the ground promptly.
Tag der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung 2021
„Politik und Vertrauen“
Die Arbeit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung im Kontext von Partizipation, Repräsentation, Sicherheit und Innovation
Webinar on the State's Industrialisation
A Solution to Migration and Youth Unemployment in Sabah
Industrialisation had hardly made significant progress in Sabah. The manufacturing or industrial contribution to the state’s GDP had remained low over the years. On the other hand, industrialisation in other areas of Malaysia has caused migration of Sabah’s youths to those areas. This is the main reason for the lack of job creation in Sabah which resulted in unemployment of youths. The continued migration of youths to Peninsular Malaysia and other countries gives a strong reason for Sabah to quickly move towards industrialisation.
Public or Private? Equity, Efficiency and Quality in Malaysia's Healthcare
Social Market Economy Perspectives
The discussion focuses on whether Malaysia should move to a healthcare system provided by private companies funded by an insurance scheme where the government acts only as a regulator. How would such a scheme work? Would it be more efficient? Would it be fairer in allowing people access? Would it improve quality and medical outcomes for patients? Who would benefit and who will lose?
IALP Design Thinking & Strategic Blueprint
IPR Alumni & Lawmakers Programme (IALP)
A series of capability development workshops with IPR Alumni lawmakers and first and second tier aides to enhance their governing skills so that they can serve their constituency and nation in a more meaningful manner and prepare for higher level positions in the administration.
Localising SDGs Post Covid-19 and Leaving No One Behind Book Launch
Roundtable on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
The effectiveness and influence of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are dependent on their feasibility to be translated into and implemented at the local context. The roundtable aims to contribute to addressing the challenges by providing recommendations for addressing the local impacts of COVID-19 to the local economy.
The Future of Work for the Asian Youth (Malaysia)
The Future of Work for the Asian Youth Webinar Series
A webinar on the impact of technology, climate change, the global health and economic crisis, on the changing nature of work for the Malaysian youth.