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.
Young Workers Session
To highlight the importance of workers' rights, role and responsibilities of globalization.
Seminar Tertutup Isu-Isu Keselamatan Serantau dan Tempatan
Closed Door Seminar on Local and Regional Security Issues
Objectives:- Understanding the immediate implicationsof regional and international security issues towards Sabah;- Exploring various security issues that need attention and immediate action; and- Identifying effective conflict resolution netword t
MSRC-KAF Intercultural Discourse Series: The Fight Against Terrorism and Sustainable Development
5th MIM-KAF-Tun Hussein Onn Renewal Awards Programme 2002
Workshop of Rethinking Merdeka (Independence) and the Nation-Buidling of Malaysia
The workshop is aimed to analysze the parth to the independence of Malaysia through alternative sources. By debunking the myths pertaining to the process of Merdeka and forming of a fresh, interethnic understanding of Merdeka.
MSRC-KAF Intercultural Discourse Series. Is Malaysia an Islamic State?
-Secularism and Theocracy. A Study of the Malaysian Constitution-
Workshop: Understanding Basic Human Rights for All
Objective:A workshop designed to inform students of the universal concepts of human rights in the United National Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Conference on Local Agenda 21:Together with the community as partners in action planning-The way forward
Objectives:To highlight the integral sustainable development components of Agenda 21 that are of relevance to Local Agenda 21;To outline the guiding parameters on the preparation of an action plan for development activities within the ambit of LA21
Seminar on Regional Security Risks And Challenges: The Role of Civil Society
Objectives:- Better understanding of the regional security risks and challenges that have immediate implications for Sabah and ways of addressing them.- Civil Society approach in addressing the problems identified.
Seminar on Challenges for SMEs: New Economy, New Focus
Objectives:To provide a fundamental understanding and create awareness of the challenges and opportunities of the new economy for SMEs;To identify and discuss problems and issues encountered by Sabah's SME's in venturing or exploring into new busin