Events

Book presentation

Local Democracy Promotion Project

Official Launching of the "Handbook for Commune Councils"

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Expert talk

Local Democracy Promotion Project

Finalization of the Draft Statutes for the Provincial Commune Association of Siem Reap

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Expert talk

Evaluation - Capacity Building for Pluralistic Democratic Structures on Commune Level in Cambodia

Final Evaluation of the Local Democracy Promotion Project (LDP)

The EU-CoProject LDP is being evaluated by Prof. Dr. Brigitte Fahrenhorst, Technical University, Berlin. Dialogue partners are highranking politicians, representatives of the Ministries, members of the three main political parties and NGO partners.

Workshop

Training of Trainers

Representing Commune Interests

The training of Master Trainers has been an important part of the Local Democracy Promotion Project over the passed three years. The participants are trained in communal matters for passing on their knowledge to collegues in their region.

Event

Capacity building in the parliament

Signing of cooperation agreement with the Senate

In a ceremonial act the signing of the cooperation agreement between the Senate of the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation will take place. On base of the agreement the trainings for the staff of the Senate in 2006 are conducted.

Workshop

People's Participation

Promoting People's Participation in the Urban District of Battambang

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Expert talk

Asia Urbs III

Good Governance by Electronic One Window Service Offices

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Expert conference

Asia Urbs III - One Window Service Office

Annual Conference

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Expert talk

Asia Urbs III

Good Governance by Electronic One Window Service Offices

The development and introduction of E-Government for the districts Siem Reap and Battambang is one aim of the Asia Urbs Project. Today, first ideas and concepts are presented.

Conversation

Asia Urbs III - Strengthening of pilot city administration

Revenues & budget, transparency & people's participation

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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.

Digital Future Talk with Prof. Dr. Mario Voigt

Digital Masters – Germany's Lessons Learnt and Cambodia’s Way Forward

On April 19, 2018, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Cambodia organized the first Digital Future Talk in Phnom Penh. The half-day event made current digital trends, related policies and innovative digital ideas in Cambodia and Germany a subject of discussion and exchange and brought together experts from private sector, government and academia.

Media Programme publishes Mobile Journalism Manual

Multimedia journalists from all over Asia have produced a manual about mobile journalism. The online publication offers insights into this new storytelling method, explaining how reporters and newsrooms can produce good video reports by just using their phone.

KAS Media Study launched

In the past months Andreas Oldag, senior German journalist and the lecturer at the Department of Media and Communication (DMC), prepared together with the office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Phnom Penh a study on the current legal and political framework of the media in Cambodia with a closer look on the freedom of press and possible advantageous options through the installation of a carefully constructed regulation.

How to work effectively as a spokesperson

Seminar and Simulation

From the 18th to the 19th of August Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung invited 10 journalists and 26 spokespersons from various government ministries, provincial and municipal administrations in order to raise their awareness of a spokesperson’s role and discuss ways of improving their own role and responsibilities.

Law Talk XII. - Special Contribution on International Criminial Justice

Speech of Joachim Freiherr von Marschall

Joachim Freiherr von Marschall, German Ambassador to Cambodia, held a captivating and valuable speech during KAS’ 12th Law Talk from 1st-3rd August 2014 in Sihanoukville. With his kind approval KAS is grateful to be able to publish his speech. It consists of an introduction to Germany’s role and development towards international criminal justice. Subsequently, the it provides an explanation and evaluation of the procedures of the Cambodian ECCC (Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia)and connects Cambodia and Germany in terms of their experiences with international criminal justice.

12th Law Talk on International Criminal Law and Human Rights

Implications for Cambodia

The support for the development of the legal system in Cambodia is one of the core components of the work of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The main aim of the law talks is to promote vital discussions between ex-perts, practitioners and scholars as well as different generations. Due to the legal vacuum that existed during and in the af-termath of the Khmer-Rouge regime, the cultivation of a legal discussion in the spirit of academic freedom and freedom of expression is of genuine importance as legal discourse remains underdeveloped.

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