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MiDAS-KAS Conference 2020

Pandemic Response and Beyond

This conference will be a platform in which policy makers, researchers, non-profit organisations and international organisations are able to share and exchange lessons learned, as well as ideas on the best practices on pandemic containment and subsequent, eradication. The topics to be discussed shall range from pandemic management to the impact it has beyond health. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, most of the panel will be holding the discussion via online video-conferencing.


Crucial Conversation-Corporate Liability 2020

Towards Greater Governance and Accountability

The new legislation, Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (Amendment) Act 2018 which comes into effect in June 2020 will have serious impact on companies business entities and individual players and carries serious repercussion if breached . The act will hold the commercial organization accountable if any persons associated with the organization commits a corrupt act to retain business or gain advantage for the commercial organization.


Youth Leadership Development Programme-Race towards Future Readiness

This event consists of life skills modules which equip the participant with methodologies and techniques in problem solving, team building, discovering leadership talent and readiness to enter the workforce.


The Future of Work: Challenges and Opportunities for Policy Making in Middle Income Countries

The implications for work and welfare in middle-income countries and the policy implications for a range of policy areas such as education, labour issues and social policy.


Towards Sustainable Palm Oil Navigating the Political and Scientific Discourses

Roundtable on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

As one of the largest world leader in palm oil trade, Malaysia must respond to the criticisms associating to oil palm. The negative image of palm oil particularly in the European market, can potentially hurt both the conventional and sustainably sourced production of palm oil. Since the EU is the second largest importer behind India that constitutes over 12 percent of Malaysia’s palm oil total export, a mechanism separating the two types of production must be urgently introduced.



IKD Alumni & Lawmakers Programme

This Strategic Communications course will help craft a compelling narrative, inspire others to follow your lead and connect with diverse audiences. Learn to express ideas clearly, visually and emotionally.


Roundtable on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Policy and Institutional Reforms to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Cognisant of the fact that the current Malaysian government is committed towards policy and institutional reforms, the roundtable aims to contribute to this by providing recommendations that address issues of governance and institutional capacity as well as the ability of long term policy planning in a wider and holistic context and linked to sustainable development.

Expert conference

ISIS PRAXIS Conference

The Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia will be organising the ISIS PRAXIS Conference 2019 with the theme “Malaysia Beyond 2020.” Praxis is the point at which knowledge or thought becomes action and with this framework in mind, the conference is designed to create a conducive environment for robust and constructive discussions meant to equip participants with novel, information-rich analyses in order to assist government and businesses alike to meet the opportunities and face the challenges that lie ahead.


Shared Prosperity: Why and How?

A forum on economic freedom to discuss and debate on issues of equality and an inclusive development for Malaysia.

Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief: A Shared Responsibility

MiDAS-KAS Conference Report 2019

The MiDAS – KAS conference was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at the Royale Chulan Hotel, 27 – 28 August 2019. This is the official report of the conference proceedings that carried the theme ‘Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief: A Shared Responsibility.’ that attracted more than 300 delegates representing government departments, state government offices, local planning authorities, private consultants, academics, cross-border networks, think tanks and foreign government representatives.

The 19th Malaysia Strategic Outlook Conference 2017

Malaysia at 60: Forging Ahead

This Strategic Outlook conference is held at the beginning of each year to analyse the key trends, strategic challenges and critical issues facing Malaysia in 2017, politically and economically. This year's conference took place one day after the decision of US President Trump to leave the Trans Pacific Partnership. The Malaysian Government reacted calmly and underlined that they were looking for new options in close coordination with the remaining TPP partners.

Germany-Malaysia Security Dialogue

ISIS Focus report Nr. 7

Asia has become the centre of interest because of its growing importance for global peace and stability. The United States, the European Union, and Nato are all trying to increase relations with the region. It is in this context that the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) and ISIS Malaysia initiated the first Germany ‐ Malaysia Security Forum, on 26 June 2012, in Kuala Lumpur. Read more about it in ISIS Focus Nr. 7:

Parliamentary Special Select Committee on Electoral Progress of Malaysia visits KAS

The Parliamentary Special Select Committee on Electoral Progress of Malaysia visited the KAS headquarters and the CDU headquarters in Berlin on 24 February 2012.

Guidelines for Prosperity, Social Justice and Sustainable Economic Activity

Increased economic and political interconnectedness has led to greater growth and competition in many countries around the world. It has improved education opportunities, strengthened the social infrastructure and reduced poverty. And yet, peace, freedom and justice are all under threat. The unequal distribution of global prosperity is a contributing factor for increasing political and social tensions. The only way to overcome the current financial and economic crisis is to have international rules for the financial markets.

Deutsch-Malaysischer Sicherheitsdialog schafft Grundlage für weitere Zusammenarbeit

1. Deutsch-Malaysischer Sicherheitsdialog erfolgreich etabliert

Das traditionelle Schwerpunktthema der internationalen Arbeit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Sicherheitspolitik wurde jetzt auch in Malaysia erfolgreich eingeführt. Ein zweitägiges Seminar am 25. und 26. Juni 2012 in Kuala Lumpur gab den Auftakt zur Etablierung einer kontinuierlichen Dialogplattform zu Fragen der bilateralen und internationalen Sicherheitskooperation.

Studien- und Dialogprogramm für hochrangige Sicherheitsexperten aus Malaysia

Auf Einladung der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung besuchte in der vergangenen Woche eine Delegation von hochrangigen Sicherheitsexperten aus Malaysia Brüssel und Berlin, um einen Einblick in die Sicherheitspolitik und Sicherheitsstruktur in Deutschland und Europa zu erlangen. Das Besucherprogramm wurde vom Team Inlandsprogramme organisiert und wurde von Herrn Jan Senkyr, Leiter des Auslandsbüros Malaysia der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, begleitet.

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