Events

Centrist Democratic Local Government Conference

Erstes Treffen nach den Wahlen 2010

Centrist Democrats from different parties come together for the first time after the May 2010 Philippine national and local elections.

Workshop on Social Market Economy:

Corporate Governance and the Role of the State in Regulating National and International Financial Markets

A workshop for government agencies, relevant private institutions, select academe, and media to discuss previous and current experiences in corporate governance in financial markets

What's New in the 2010 Elections?

Presentation of Philippine Commission on Elections Commissioner Rene Sarmiento during the KAS Partner Workshop held last Sept. 22-23, 2009 at the Mandarin Oriental. The presentation details the changes, especially in switching from manual to automated elections for the upcoming presidential elections in the Philippines for 2010.

Social Market Economy

Presentation of Dr. Dieter W. Benecke during his lectures on Social Market Economy throughout the Philippines in May 2009.

Speech, Klaus Preschle, 16th ESEANET International Conference

Speech of Mr. Klaus Preschle, KAS Country Representative to the Philippines, during the 16th ESEA Conference held in Olongapo City

PRESS KIT - WORLD RELIGIONS, UNIVERSAL PEACE, GLOBAL ETHIC

Press and media kit for the exhibition, WORLD RELIGIONS, UNIVERSAL PEACE, GLOBAL ETHIC. Includes a press release, exhibition dates, and graphic materials.

New SWS Survey on Political Parties

4th quarter 2006 SWS Survey on Political Parties from November 24-29, 2006

The SWS Survey on Political Parties was presented to the public on March 8 at the Diamond Hotel. The keynote speech was delivered by Senator Richard Gordon while a panel of expert discussants which include former Congressman Florentino Abad, columnist Alex Magno and Executive Director of the Institute of Political and Economic Reforms (IPER) Mr. Ramon Casiple discussed the results in relation with an electoral reform study by Prof. Dr. Clarita Carlos from the Center for Asia Pacific Studies (UP).