Veranstaltungen - Auslandsbüro Malaysia
Gender Equality Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow
Shifting Mindsets, Behaviours and Practices for Enduring Change
Multilateral and Inclusive Indo-Pacific Region
European Strategy and Opportunities for Malaysia & Southeast Asia
With the introduction of its Indo-Pacific strategy on September 16, 2021, the EU seeks to strengthen its engagement and cooperation with Southeast Asian states, particularly in the maritime domain. Multilateralism and inclusiveness are the two key points stressed by the European states in the engagement in this region.
Politik.ita – Indigenous Rights for Policy Makers
Project Politik.ita Series - 1
Get insights from Dr Colin Nicholas from Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC) on the issues and challenges of Orang Asli empowerment as well as policy formulation at the local, regional and federal level for greater Orang Asli equity.
Building An Inclusive Digital Economy
Crucial Conversation-Empowring People and Enabling Business for a Digital Malaysia
Reimagining Women in Leadership
Crucial Conversation - Being a Driving Force for Transformation and Sustainable Development
Post Budget 2022-Rebuilding National Resilience
SME SDG Festival 2021
Digital Sustainability Festival for Malaysian MSMEs
Organized by UNGCMYB, this event will be held on 8 - 12 November to enable Malaysian MSMEs to rebuild better and to put our economy on a more resilient path. The 5 days event consist of a 1 day virtual conference and 4 days of high-impact workshops by experts in the field!
Towards a Peaceful Sea
Maritime Security Amidst Contemporaneous Challenges
This conference served as a platform in which policy makers, academicians, researchers, non-profit organisations and international organisations shared and exchanged information as well as ideas on the best practices in maritime security. The topics discussed range from existing law and practices, impact of current sea policy development i.e. Code of Conduct, maritime security contemporaneous challenges and possible ways forward.
Combating the Threats of Cybercrimes in Malaysia
-Build Trusted, Secure and Ethical Digital Environment
Despite Malaysia entering its second year battling the Covid-19 pandemic, we are still reeling from its effects. As we progress towards recovering our economy and achieving herd immunity, the longer-term consequences of the pandemic are increasingly apparent. The task of mending these wounds and mitigating the long-term fallout will be a colossal national undertaking, requiring novel ideas and brave leaders.