Events - Cambodia Office
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.
Call for Papers
The 19th Law Talk Publication “Law in the Digital Age: Protection of Consumer Rights”
The ASEAN Strategic Action Plan on Consumer Protection (ASAPCP) 2016-2025 has been implementing by the ASEAN Member States (AMS), and each state has adopted the law on consumer protection. Cambodia’s Law on Consumer Protection promulgated via the Royal Kram No. NS/RKM/1119/016 dated 02 November 2019 aims to ensure the protection of consumers and to promote a good faith of competition.
Plastic in Economy
Similar to global context, waste management issue is quite challenging in many municipalities and districts of Cambodia as well as in Phnom Penh Capital. However, we are facing lots of difficulties to manage it in a proper manner. Just in Phnom Penh, the amount of collected waste amount is about 3,000 ton/day in 2019. This is a very concerned data for open dumping of those mixed waste to a landfill which would create many environmental impacts and lost many waste-to-resource recovery options to promote circular economy in Cambodia.
FREEDOM IS THE ONLY PURPOSE
Beethoven Freedom Update Announcement
A joint project between Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia and German Cambodian Cultural Center will be carried out in context of lecture and the chronological exhibition of Beethoven’s life stations under the theme “Freedom is the only purpose”. The purpose of this program is to encourage and ignite the support on Cambodian freedom of expression that remarkable individual like Ludwig van Beethoven, bravely and freely expressed himself and addressed the development of society. 2020 marks 250 years of his legacy that freedom is the only purpose!
Study and Information Program
LEGAL TRAINING ON CONSUMER’S RIGHT PROTECTION IN THE DIGITAL ERA
Raffles Hotel Le Royal, March 26th-27th, 2020
Faculty of Law and Public Affairs of Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia(FLPA) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Cambodia will jointly organize the first-ever Legal Training on consumer’s rights protection in digital era with the purpose to promote an awareness, teaching, discussion and researches on consumer's rights protection, Internet of Things, and consumer privacy and personal data protection.
THINK Green - SAVE Energy
Practical Energy Efficiency Seminar
THINK Green, SAVE Energy the new practical energy efficiency seminar is designed to provide beyond the studies insights into the professional and potential working environment.
KAS-Female Legal Youth Network
To support young ambitious women in the legal sector of Cambodia Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia set up the KAS Female-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 which are crucial for the future endeavour in the legal sector.
Remembrance in Cambodia and Germany
What we can learn from a comparison
Together with GIZ Cambodia along with our experts Dr. Thomas Lutz and Ms. Farina So, we would like to invite students with major of study and interest in history to a joint workshop that exchanges the insights between Cambodia and Germany. This participatory workshop will also invite participants to address why it is important for the change of the society after the period of state crimes, crimes against humanity concerning victims, perpetrators, and teaching about the past during the Nazi Period. Integrated in the discussion, participants will also assessed their prior knowledge on dealing with the past in Cambodia, what to know, and experiences gained from the workshop.
Waste Summit 2019
New Business Models and Innovation
Smart waste business models and innovation for a clean Cambodia!
Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia 2019
Workshop on Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia is running one year after another! Happening this September from the 16th through the 22nd 2019!
2019 marks second year of successful cooperative partnership between Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum supported by Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts. Upon their successful application, engaging this workshop are the 35 Cambodian Youths of different faiths, genders, and backgrounds ranging from High School to University. The purpose of this workshop is to support the dialogues between Cambodian youth and experts of this field to bring about precise understanding particularly in this historical and peace studies which will eventually create positive changes in Cambodian citizenship as well as positive peace in Cambodia.
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