Events - Malaysia Office
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.
The 12th ASEAN Leadership Forum
The ASEAN Leadership Forum is held in Kuala Lumpur this year in conjunction with the 26th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur.
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.
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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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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