Preventing and Managing Human Rights Violations (Family Law and Cadastral Law)

In the light of recent human rights violations in this sector, this training workshop provides an introduction to family and cadastral law to the committee. The prevention and management of Human Rights violations will be discussed.


Roles, Relations and Cooperation of Spokes Persons and Journalists

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organizes a training course on reporting, writing and local public relations in Siem Reap. Different aspects of journalists' work and press and media in general will be dealt with.


Training Workshop on “Youth and Politics”

This project by BfD, KAS and the youth organization of the Swedish KDU with funding from Forum Syd offers three training workshops for young members of the CPP, FUNCINPEC and SRP. The workshops will mainly focus on campaigning.


Workshop on the Organic Law

KAS holds a workshop for the members of the district council on Decentralization and Deconcentration. Particular attention will be paid to the new organic law.


Meeting with District Council Members and the Chief of the Finance and Property Office

The District Council Members and the Chief of the Finance and Property Office meet with KAS to discuss the budget proposal for 2009.


Establishment and Operation of Community Radio

KAS-partner BFD helps local monks and lay people with the establishment and running of six community radio stations. This workshop predominantly provides consultation and financial management to the monks running the stations.


Human Rights: Investigation and Reporting

In cooperation of KAS, CIM and the Senate Secretariat, a training for the staff in the Cambodian Senate is held by Dr. Jörg Menzel. Topics dealt with include Human Rights, Women's and Childrens' Rights and Land Rights issues.

Study and Information Program

Journalist Contest - Journalists’ Dedication

KAS-partner CCJ and LWF launch a journalist contest to promote reporting on rural topics. A jury will rate the reports and the winners will be rewarded with a total of 1.500 US-Dollar. Entry deadline to hand in the reports is August 29, 2008.


Journalist from the US to Train Cambodian Journalists

KAS-partner CCJ and IJF organize a training course for 22 Cambodian journalists. The training aims to give participants techniques and skills in reporting and writing. Margaret Freaney, an experienced journalist from the US will hold the course.


Round II Citizen Advisor Outreach on "Victim Participation and Witness Protection at the ECCC"

126 Citizen Advisors who received training at KID are transferring their knowledge to their local communities by conducting legal education workshops and assisting interested parties lodge an ECCC Victim Information Form to the ECCC.


Strengthening Multilateralism for Shared Growth

The KAS-ASEM YOUTH SUMMIT, organized by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Cambodia in support of the 13th ASEM Summit and Cambodian ASEM Chairmanship, is a public academic seminar where young students from Cambodia and other ASEM countries can join in a shared platform, exchange their ideas and advocate for a better world through their collective voice.

Report Launch on Path to Success: How Women-owned transform Businesses in the Era of Digitalization

KAS jointly conducted a research with Woomentum on the effects of digitalization on WSMEs’ (1) access to financing, (2) access to mentoring, networking, and skills, (3) business process and management, as well as (4) COVID-19 crisis management. Cambodia is one of the case studies among the four ASEAN countries. In order to launch this research publication, we are organizing a panel discussion on female entrepreneurs and digitalization in Cambodia having guest speakers from different walks of life.

Women in Journalism

Stories of Inspiring Female Journalists in Cambodia

Female journalists play a crucial in bringing forth underreported stories in society. Most of the time, they present out-of-the-box perspectives and angles into a number of important stories that their male colleagues often miss out on and empower other women’s voices to speak up about their concerns.

Digital Launching on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia

Challenges, Cooperation and Development Models

Against the backdrop of urgent needs at the national, regional and global levels for sustainable development based on clean and renewable sources of energy, this book volume is a collection of policy-oriented research papers published with the intention to raise awareness and stimulate policy interests in renewable energy and approaches to sustainable development.

Cambodia 2040

The Book Launch Events

What does it mean to be a Cambodian? This question holds considerable significance for the kingdom of a 16 million strong population. Is it the identity, culture, and legacy rooted in the history and splendor of Angkor? Or is it instead tethered to be the brutality of the Khmer Rouge regime? Over the past 20 years, Cambodia has been on the path from the failed state of the 1970s genocide to a growing low-middle-income country in the world. Cambodia 2040 is a book series in cooperation with Future Forum that gathers the critical foresight of respected experts on all issues Cambodian on what the kingdom will look like in 2040. The series consists of three separate volumes, containing economic development, culture and society, as well as international relations and governance respectively.


5th German-Asian Business Dialogue

The Future Of The International Order Is Decided In Asia

German-Asian cooperation possesses abundant potential for maintaining the rules-based international order and keeping global trade routes open – requirements for both regions’ prosperity. Which challenges are governments and businesses in the Indo-Pacific and Germany facing under Covid-19? What lessons have been learned?

Waste Summit 2019

Smart waste business models and innovations for a clean Cambodia!

If you’re buying a meal in Cambodia to takeaway you can expect to get a plastic box with food in it, a plastic set of cutleries all packed up in a plastic bag. Your drink is going to be in a plastic cup with a plastic straw which is wrapped in plastic. But that’s still not it, the plastic cup will be put in another small plastic bag for you to hold. So, it seems quite logical, that an average Cambodian household uses 12 plastic bags a day, doesn’t it? Almost half of them will be burnt later and the rest ends up in the sea. With one of the fastest growing economy and a growing consumer market, Cambodia is generating significant amounts of waste. Phnom Penh alone already produces 3000 tons of garbage per day and the issue of waste will be more important every day. The landfills are being filled up more and more and manmade waste mountains will be the norm. But as technologies are getting more and more advanced, many start-ups are coming up with new innovative ideas to counteract.

German-Cambodian Journalism Training

Mobile Journalism Masterclass in Phnom Penh

KAS Cambodia organized a ten day training program on mobile journalism with eight German and eight Cambodian participants in Phnom Penh.

Die Zukunft der Abfallwirtschaft

Potentiale der Digitalisierung

Der Veranstaltungsbericht bietet einen Überblick über die Veranstaltung The Future of Waste Management - Seizing the Potential of Digitalization.

Youth and Peacebuilding Workshop

In the week from 27 August to 2 September, 40 young Cambodians took part in the workshop „Youth and Peacebuilding“. They learned about the cruel history of the Khmer Rouge and peacebuilding.

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