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Online-Seminar

KASYP Virtual Discussion Series 2020

Session 03: Future of International Cooperation Post-COVID-19 Pandemic

After a successful 2nd session, the KASYP Virtual Discussion Series will now discuss the “Future of International Cooperation Post-COVID-19 Pandemic”. In this 3rd session, the panel discussion will examine the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on international political cooperation, project the economic changes in international trade, overseas development assistance, and world norms, and identify new ways of cooperation after the COVID-19 pandemic in order to continue the economic and political developments in Asia.

Diskussion

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Diskussion

Sri Lanka under Gotabaya Rajapaksa: Domestic Challenges and International Priorities

ISAS-KAS Panel Discussion

After months of uncertainty and delays, Sri Lanka held its parliamentary elections on 5 August 2020. While the Gotabaya Rajapaksa government’s victory was expected, the overwhelming numbers it received were unprecedented. The parliamentary polls were a referendum on the government’s handling of COVID-19 and an endorsement of its performance in the last eight months. The panel will examine the political, economic, social and international challenges and imperatives for Gotabaya’s government following the parliamentary polls.

Workshop

Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP): 2nd & 3rd Module

Election Campaigning for Political Parties

For this year, KASYP batch 10 and 11 will have a joint training-workshop on election campaigning for political parties and this will be delivered virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic this coming August 2-7 and 17-19, 2020.

Online-Seminar

KASYP Webinar Series

Session 01: Impact of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic among the Youth in Asia

The KASYP Webinar Series aims to facilitate an online exchange platform for KASYP alumni to share their best practices and on-going lessons in managing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Online-Seminar

When the music's over

Wöchentliches Webinar

Während unserer wöchentlichen Gesprächsreihe, die von unserem Partner Digital Asia Hub konzipiert wird, diskutieren Wissenschaftler, Praktiker und Künstler die Welt nach COVID19. Diskutieren Sie mit!

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Workshop

Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP): First Training for the 11th Batch

Political Parties, Functions, and Organisations in Democratic Societies

As we enter a new decade, the Regional Programme Political Dialogue Asia proudly presents the 11th batch of young politicians from 12 Asian countries who will undergo a two-year training programme on political party building, local governance and development, election campaigning, and European politics. The first training module will be held this coming 16-21 February 2020 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Fachkonferenz

United by Violence, Divided by Cause?

A Comparison of Drivers of Radicalisation in Asia and Europe

From the 13th to 14th January 2020, the Regional Programme Political Dialogue Asia/Singapore will host the high-profile academic conference titled “United by Violence, Divided by Cause? A Comparison of Drivers of Radicalisation in Asia and Europe” in Singapore. A group of renowned professors from various disciplines will discuss the similarities and differences of radicalisation and political violence in Asia and Europe. What are the differences between radicals and perpetrators of political violence in Europe and Asia, what do they share and what makes them violent after all? These questions are treated at the conference and the subsequent workshop.

Workshop

United by Violence, Divided by Cause?

A Comparison of Drivers of Radicalisation in Asia and Europe

From the 13th to 14th January 2020, the Regional Programme Political Dialogue Asia/Singapore will host the high-profile academic conference titled “United by Violence, Divided by Cause? A Comparison of Drivers of Radicalisation in Asia and Europe” in Singapore. A group of renowned professors from various disciplines will discuss the similarities and differences of radicalisation and political violence in Asia and Europe. What are the differences between radicals and perpetrators of political violence in Europe and Asia, what do they share and what makes them violent after all? These questions are treated at the conference and the subsequent workshop.

KASYP Virtual Discussion Series 2020

Session 03: A Conversation on Building 'New' Normal in the Philippines and Indonesia

The second session of the KASYP Virtual Discussion Series was successfully conducted on September 26, 2020 via Zoom video communication platform with the theme: A Conversation on Building Inclusive 'New' Normal in the Philippines and Indonesia.

75 Jahre Vereinte Nationen

Die Zukunft der VN, Politikberatung und Think Tanks: Unsere Zukunft Gemeinsam Gestalten

Zum 75. Jahrestag der Gründung der Vereinten Nationen veranstaltete das Think Tanks & Civil Societies Program der University of Pennsylvania am 6. Oktober eine digitale Konferenz zur Zukunft der Vereinten Nationen. An der Konferenz, die Teil der globalen Feierlichkeiten war, nahmen über 500 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer aus Politik, Wissenschaft und Think Tanks aus allen Regionen der Welt teil. Vertreterinnen und Vertreter führender Think Tanks waren eingeladen, ihre Analysen aktueller transnationaler und internationaler Herausforderungen vorzustellen, ihre Erfahrungen in der Zusammenarbeit mit den Vereinten Nationen zu teilen und Empfehlungen für die zukünftige Kooperation von Think Tanks und den Vereinten Nationen abzugeben. Auch die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung war eingeladen, ihre Analyse und ihre Arbeit vorzustellen. Gleich zwei Mitarbeiterinnen der KAS, Andrea Ellen Ostheimer, Leiterin des Büros der Stiftung in New York, und Dr. La Toya Waha, Mitarbeiterin des Regionalprogrammes Politikdialog Asien in Singapur, waren auf den beiden Panels der Veranstaltung vertreten. Zum Abschluss der Veranstaltung richtete sich Under-Secretary-General Fabrizio Hochschild Drummond an die Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer, um über ihre Rolle bei der Erneuerung der Vereinten Nationen zu sprechen.

Durch Ideologie Getrennt, Durch Gewalt Vereint?

Podiumsdiskussion und Buchbesprechung

„Was motiviert politische Gewalt in Deutschland und was haben die verschiedenen Phänomenbereiche gemeinsam?“ war die zentrale Frage der Diskussionsveranstaltung mit dem Titel „Durch Ideologie getrennt, durch Gewalt vereint?“. Diskutiert haben wir diese Frage mit Prof. Dr. Susanne Schröter, Dr. Wolfgang Kraushaar und Prof. Dr. Andreas Zick vor dem Hintergrund unserer Publikation „United by Violence, Divided by Cause?“.

KASYP Batch 10.3 & 11.2 Online Training-Worskshop

Election Campaigning for Political Parties

Last August 02 - 08 and 17 - 19, 2020, 28 KASYPers from Batch 10 and 11 participated in the first online training-workshop of the Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP). They underwent a training on election campaigning for political parties which aims to provide participants with the understanding and skills of electoral campaigning and its many tools as well as the importance of providing organized electoral choices to citizens through political parties, and training on bridging democratic leadership (second session on co-ownership).

KASYP Virtual Discussion Series 2020

Session 01: Impact of SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic among the Youth in Asia

Last 25 June 2020, the KAS PDA team launched successfully its “KASYP Virtual Discussion Series” with the aim to facilitate an online exchange platform that will allow the KASYP alumni to share their best practices and on-going lessons in managing the COVID-19 pandemic. The first session of this series focused on discussing the “Impact of SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic among the Youth in Asia”. The objective of this session was to examine the varying impacts of COVID-19 pandemic among the youth in terms of their education, employment, career, social life, and many more.

United by Violence, Divided by Cause?

Experten aus Asien und Europa diskutierten Radikalisierung hin zu Gewalt Phänomen-übergreifend

Gewalttaten wie die Serie von islamistischen Selbstmordanschlägen auf Kirchen und Hotels in Sri Lanka oder der Anschlag auf einen Sikh-Temple in Deutschland werfen wiederkehrend die Frage nach den Ursachen der Radikalisierung von Individuen und Gruppen auf. Radikalisierung und darauffolgende Gewalttaten werden zunehmend als eine Herausforderung für den Fortbestand demokratischer und rechtsstaatlicher Institutionen verstanden und wirken sich nicht selten auch direkt auf die internationalen Beziehungen der betroffenen Länder aus. Diese Veranstaltung beschäftigte sich unter dem Title „United by Violence, Divided by Cause?“ mit der Vorstellung und dem Vergleich verschiedener Fälle und Phänomene in Asien und Europa.

KASYP Batch 11 First Training Module Successfully Completed!

This year marks the end of a decade, but for KASYP, it will be the start of a new one. Since 2010, we have successfully trained 10 batches of more than 200 young political leaders in the region. Last February 2020, we started a new decade for KASYP with Batch 11 comprising of 23 young politicians coming from 12 Asian countries and representing 19 political parties.

KASYP Grand Alumni Meeting 2019

Celebrating A Decade of Shaping Democratic Leaders in Asia

The first KASYP Grand Alumni Meeting was a celebration of the 10th year of KASYP as a training programme for young Asian politicians with the aim of building their capacities to strengthen responsiveness and accountability of political parties in the region. As a milestone for the programme, the event was a mixture of celebrating friendship, revitalizing shared values, revisiting its vision and mission, and re- and learning new ideas about democracy. The event was comprised of different activities starting with the launch of the alumni exhibit, followed by a series of panel discussions, then a workshop on revisiting the KASYP alumni raison d’etre, after which a teambuilding followed, and finally a gala dinner to cap the entire event.

Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP): 2nd Training Workshop

Local Governance and Development

As the second workshop of the KASYP training programme for Batch 10, the programme installed for them followed the new structure and topics introduced during the first workshop in Manila. The programme team has arranged activities in a reflective-active mixture. During mornings when participants’ attention is still active, lectures were the main pedagogical method used while in the afternoon, active learning such as worskhops were employed by the resource persons.

Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP): Final Training Workshop for KASYP Batch 09

The 9th batch of KASYP (2018-2019) has concluded its final training in Germany last 25-31 August 2019 with 17 participants (9 males, 8 females) representing 7 Asian Political Parties and 7 countries namely Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, and the Philippines For this batch, there were 6 completed political projects including individual and group work.