Events - Foundation Office Malaysia
MiDAS-KAS 2022: Challenges of Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Malaysia and Southeast Asia
Renowned experts and officials will share insights and exchange information and ideas on the region's current terrorism and violent extremism threats.
Despite the pandemic, superpower's competition and the political situation in Europe, terrorism remains a thorny issue and still requires serious attention. While trends on radicalisation, terrorist operations, and attacks from previous years seem to continue, reports have shown that terrorists are taking advantage of the above mentioned global distractions. In addition, analysts argued that the recent development in Afghanistan have impacts on extremist developments in other regions too. Equally important, we need to anticipate future possible terrorist threats in terms of the rise of far-right extremism, bioterrorism and enhancing cybersecurity from being exploited by the terrorist. This conference will be a platform for policymakers, security experts, academicians, and researchers to share insights and exchange information on the region's current terrorism and violent extremism threats. The topics to be discussed shall range from recent trends of terrorism, its impact on both regions, efforts preventing and countering violent extremism challenges and the future threats of terrorism. The mode of the conference will be hybrid. The co-organisers will identify a suitable venue. Participants may attend the conference physically or through online platforms. The speakers will be able to do their presentations via online video conferencing or live in the conference hall.
The 17th Malaysia Strategic Outlook Conference
Which Way Malaysia? Where Do We Go From Here?
The Strategic Outlook conferences are held at the start of each year to assess the key trends, challenges and critical issues facing the nation for the coming year.
Are You Ready to Fly?
A 2-Day Youth Living Skills Programme
Ready to Fly (RTF) is designed to be a catalyst for youths to be inspired and change for the better, to bring forth their talents and potential to be productive, innovative and competitive, thereby supporting the Malaysia's agenda for Wawasan 2020.
The 9th Asia Economic Summit
Asia Rising: The Future of Asia - Where Do We Go From Here
The Asia Economic Summit is an important track two initiative to bring together government, business and thought leaders to discuss and exchange views on the future of Asia and how the Asia regional economic integration is progressing.
Germany-Malaysia Security Dialogue
Dialogplattform zu bilateralen und regionalen Sicherheitsthemen
This is the 3rd Germany-Malaysia Security Dialogue in cooperation with the Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia which deals with current regional and global security issues.
Social Capital: Leading in a Networked World
Asian Management Conference & Exhibition 2014
Social capital is derived from personal, professional, business and employees' networks. It encompasses various communities within these networks and forms connections that significantly affects the value and quality of society.
Live Cybersecurity Incident Simulation
Within the interactive cyber incident simulation, the participants experience the possibly devastating impact of a cyber attack. The simulation will highlight the important roles of the top decision makers in relation a more secure cyber space.
National Conference on Non-discrimination
Unity and Social Cohesion in Malaysia
The conference serves as a platform for discussions and to gather feedback to assist the committee of the National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC), formed by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, to formulate the National Unity blueprint.
Sustainable Green Energy for a Greener Sabah
Sabah State Government is seeking actively to intensify the development of green technology, which is not only renewable but capable of assisting society in the context of socio-economic development as well as environmental preservation.
Community Development in Sabah
From needs-based to asset-based approach
A seminar organised by Institute for Development Studies (Sabah) and supported by KAS to introduce the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) approach for community development.
The 18th Malaysian Education Summit 2014
Changing Priorities and Changing Trends: Transforming Malaysian Education
The summit is organised by ASLI and committed to the discussion of current key education issues in Malaysia among all the stakeholders such as the government, teachers, educationists, education providers and NGOs. KAS is supporting the event.