Events - Foundation Office Malaysia
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Seminar on Sabah's Rural Creative Communities
Developing and Revitalising Rural Communities Through Arts and Creativity
The theme of the forum is "The Importance of Creativity and Innovation in Enhancing Communities." Creativity, especially in culture, traditional heritage, and tourism assets, coupled with a vast rural area are essential keys to Sabah's unique and distinctive identity. In exploring the untapped potentials of rural creative communities, Sabah could position itself to boost their contribution in terms of income generation, employment and by extension, poverty reduction.
KAS Courtesy Call on the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Parliament of Malaysia
On 15 March 2019, KAS Malaysia Country Director, Wolfgang Hruschka paid a courtesy visit to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Parliament of Malaysia, Dato' Mohamad Ariff Bin Md Yusof. On this occasion, areas of potential future cooperation were discussed.
MIM-KAS Youth Leadership Development Programme 2019
Ready to Fly
Ready to Fly is a life-skill module-based programme that is developed to be a catalyst for young people to bring forth their talents and potential in order to face the challenges ahead of them. Thus, it aims to support Malaysia's nation building agenda in human capital development.
Roundtable on the 2030 Agenda: Revitalising Rural Malaysia
Revitalising Rural Malaysia
This roundtable aims to bring together the nation's decision-makers to focus on food security and rural development in the context of SDGs. It hopes to offer an overview of the current state of food security, status and welfare of rural communities, as well as strengths and vulnerabilities in the food sector.
Seminar on Gender and Literacy in Sabah
Eliminating the Gap
This seminar aimed to tackle Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 which seeks to provide quality education, SDG 5 that promotes gender equality, and SDG 10 which purports to reduce inequalities. It is a widely known fact that disparity in gender is largely due to lack of access to education which ultimately affects levels of literacy. Even though in Malaysia, youth literacy as well as adult literacy has significantly improved over the years, there are still concerns on literacy in legal, social and cultural issues.
The 2019 Malaysia Economic and Strategic Outlook Forum
"New Malaysia, New Beginning, New Opportunities"
The Malaysia Economic and Strategic Outlook Forum was a high level gathering of strategic thinkers, economic experts, business and industry leaders and senior government officers to discuss the key strategic challenges and key issues facing the nation in the new year as well as to assess the business and investment opportunities. The forum provided an apt and timely opportunity to feel the pulse of the economy and the tempo of development as well as be updated on emerging trends.
Inaugural Dr. Mahathir Mohamad Leadership Series
Organised by The Malaysian Institute of Management, the Inaugural Dr Mahathir Mohamad Leadership Series is curated to support our Prime Minister’s vision to re-shape our nation, make right our institutions and organisations, and energise our communities.
MIM-SCS HR Summit 2018
The MIM-SCS HR Summit 2018 serves as a platform for Human Resource (HR) practitioners to gather, have stimulating discussions on the future of HR in the rapidly changing business, work and technology landscapes.
MIM-KAS Penang HR Insights 2018
Accelerating NextGen HR
The MIM Penang HR Insights 2018 serves as a platform for human resource (HR) practitioners to gather, hold discussions on the future of HR in the rapidly changing business, work and technology landscapes.
The 8th National Conference on Non-discrimination
Malaysia Closer Towards ICERD Ratification
This conference aims to address the prevailing issues that have hindered the progress on the ratification of International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD) in Malaysia. As Malaysia has arrived at a new juncture with the change of the government, the pledge by the newly appointed Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to push for the signing and the ratification of all the six international human rights conventions is a sign that the new Pakatan Harapan government is serious to promote the principles of inclusiveness, good governance, freedom, human rights and sustainable development. This is in line with the Pakatan Harapan’s manifesto which indicates the government’s efforts to ensure equality, eliminate discrimination in all respects, and criminalise racial and religious hatred in accordance with the Federal Constitution.