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KAS-CICP Public Lecture Series (3rd session)

A series of public lecture by renowned experts in foreign affairs field to discuss about pressing issues in international politics that matter for Cambodia's development.

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Traumatic events and high pressure - Journalists' exposure to mental health issues

Journalism Talk

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Research Colloquium May session

Research Colloquium May Session

Research Colloquium is a 6-months public seminar, co-organized by KAS Cambodia and Paragon International University, that gathers researchers from the field of social science to engage in an interactive environment on ongoing research projects in Cambodia.

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The Philippine Elections: So What? Now What? Implications for the Philippines, ASEAN, and Beyond

KAS-DIS Public Lecture

Did you know that our friends in the Philippines are going to vote for their new President? So who's next? And what does it mean for ASEAN? KAS and Department of International Studies of the Royal University of Phnom Penh will host a public lecture to find out what will be the implication for the Philippines, ASEAN, and Beyond.

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Journalism Talk

“Harassment and abuses faced by female journalists”

Female Journalists continue to face unproportional amounts of harassment and abuse when doing their work. Come join us for the second round of Journalism Talk where two female journalists share their experiences.

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“Harassment and abuses faced by female journalists”

Journalism Talk

Female Journalists continue to face unproportional amounts of harassment and abuse when doing their work. Come join us for the second round of Journalism Talk where two female journalists share their experiences.

Exhibition

Happy Birthday Late King Norodom Sihanouk (1922-2022)

Politician - King - Artist: Cambodias road to independence

This year, Cambodia celebrates the late king's 100st birthday anniversary. The late king was not just one of the most influential leaders of Cambodia in the 20th and 21st centuries but also an accomplished artist. When he led Cambodia to independence in 1953, he informed the politics, society and arts of an era. KAS and Meta House celebrate his achievements with a photo exhibition, a stage talk that discusses Cambodia's road to independence and the King's role in it and a rare performance of his own compositions for singer and piano.

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KAS Cambodia Open Day 2022

An exciting opportunity to explore KAS Cambodia and its partners. An exhibition you should never miss.

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia Open Day is an informal networking event for the public to have full access to KAS Cambodia and its partners’ initiatives and missions. KAS will introduce you to our 2022’s objectives including digitalization, sustainability, media and journalism, youth empowerment, Rule of law, and International affairs. Meanwhile, our partners will also have the opportunity to present their organizations’ projects and showcase their line of work and initiative.

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Roundtable Discussion on Cambodia's 2022 ASEAN Chairmanship: Expectations and Possibilities

KAS-CICP Public Lecture Series

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National Internet Gateway: Security or Scrutiny?

KAS Politics Talk

Does the National Internet Gateway bring a set of setbacks to Cambodia’s freedom of expression or does it set a step forwards for the growth and development of online security? Is the National Internet Gateway a security or scrutiny for the Kingdom? Come join us to find the answers!

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel wirbt in Kambodscha für mehr Kompromissbereitschaft beider politischer Lager

Während eines zweitägigen Besuchs in Kambodscha sind Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel, Ministerpräsident a.D. und Ehrenvorsitzender der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung und Dr. Gerhard Wahlers, stellvertretender Generalsekretär, mit hochrangigen politischen Gesprächspartnern zusammen getroffen.

Studien- und Dialogprogramm für Pressesprecher aus Kambodscha

Inlandsprogramme der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Anlässlich eines vom Team Inlandsprogramme organisierten Besucherprogramms besucht in dieser Woche die o. g. Delegation in Begleitung von unserem Leiter des Auslandsbüros in Kambodscha, Denis Schrey, die Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Baseline Study: Rule of Law in ASEAN

Presentation of the Baseline Study

The report of the half day discussion on the findings of the Baseline Study "Rule of Law in ASEAN" is now online.

Rechtsstaatsentwicklung in ASEAN

Der Veranstaltungsbericht zur Erörterung der Studie "Rechtsstaatsentwicklung in ASEAN" kann nun auf der engischen Version der Webseite hochgeladen werden.

Perspektiven für die Einrichtung eines öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunksenders in Kambodscha

Am 18.Januar organisierte die Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung ein Forum zum Thema ‘Perspektiven für die Einrichtung eines öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunksenders in Kambodscha‘ (PSB). Mehr als 40 kambodschanische und internationale Experten kamen in Phnom Penh zusammen, um über das Potential eines solchen Senders in Kambodscha zu diskutieren. Der Veranstaltungsbericht präsentiert die Ergebnisse der Debatte und stellt die erarbeiteten Empfehlungen für Kambodscha in Hinblick auf die Etablierung eines PSB heraus.

Prospects for the Establishment of Public Service Broadcasting (PSB)

More than 40 Cambodians and international experts came together to discuss perspectives on promoting independent media in Cambodia at the forum on ”Prospects for the Establishment of Public Service Broadcasting (PSB)” in Phnom Penh at the 18th of January 2012, organized by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The event contribution sums up the findings and recommendations with regard to the establishment of PBS in Cambodia outlined during the forum.

Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges and Prospects

On the 26th of October 2011 an Academic Forum on “Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges and Prospects” was organised by the International Relations Institute of the Royal Academy of Cambodia (IRIC) in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS).

Sicherheitskooperation im asiatisch pazifischen Raum

Am 26.Oktober 2011 veranstaltete das International Relations Institute of the Royal Academy of Cambodia (IRIC) gemeinsam mit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) ein Forum zum Thema Sicherheitskooperation in der Asien-Pazifik Region. Ziel des Forums war es die aktuellen Entwicklungen in der Region unter sicherheitspolitischen Gesichtspunkten zu betrachten und Herausforderungen so wie zukünftige Handlungsmöglichkeiten insbesondere der ASEAN-Staaten zu identifizieren (siehe englischen Veranstaltungsbericht).

7. Law Talk

Rule of Law

On 16th and 17th of September 2011, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in close cooperation with Jörg Menzel, Law Professor at the University of Bonn and former in house consultant to the Cambodian Senate, organised the 7th Law Talks Forum on the Topic: "Rule of Law" in Sihanoukville.

Social Justice – in Inter-Religious Perspective

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Occasional Paper on Democratic Development Vol. 3

This volume of the Occasional Papers on Democratic Development looks at the term “social justice” from the perspectives of Buddhist, Muslim and Christian faiths. We have asked outstanding proponents of the Buddhist, Muslim, Catholic and Protestant religious groups in Cambodia to elaborate on the term “social justice”. In addition, a Catholic German parliamentarian has added a European point of view. The Konrad Adenauer Foundation has a mandate to promote democratic political institutions and policies. Why should we address a concept from religious perspectives rather than from a primarily political one? The answer is easy. We would like to emphasise that there is certainly no wish to interfere in the affairs of any religious community in Cambodia. Nor does this volume deal with the relationship between the state and religious organizations as institutions, independent of each other. Our intention here is to deal with issues raised by the links between religion and politics. “Religion and politics” is concerned with two spheres of activity in the life of the same person. Citizens who belong to religious groups are also members of secular society. This dual association generates a close relationship between the religious and the secular spheres. The relationship we intend to look into is the influence of religious belief on secular political preference and decision-making.Religious beliefs have moral, social and political implications. It is inevitable for people of faith to express these through their activities as citizens in the political order. Religious beliefs have secular political validity. As they are thought by their exponents to possess high religious authority, politicians and the state are well advised to take account of these convictions when formulating policies. The concept of social justice is paramount in the policies of a state. During rapid economic growth in Cambodia the gap between rich and poor has widened, as it has in many other countries. How far this trend is to be accepted will influence the policies of the state. In that regard this volume is political in nature.I express my appreciation to all the contributing authors. Heng Monychenda, Director of the independent NGO Buddhism for Development (BfD) deserves particular gratitude for having edited this volume and for having taken great care that difficult religious and philosophical terms were appropriately translated. The KAF has had the great privilege to work with Heng Monychenda for more than two decades. We have always agreed that moral, ethical and religious values are vital for secular economic and political decision-making. Mr. Yi Thon, Secretary General of the Cambodian Inter Religious Council was of great help in organizing a conference in Phnom Penh in August 2007 during which drafts of the papers compiled were presented and discussed.Wolfgang MeyerCountry RepresentativeKonrad Adenauer Foundation

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