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Institutional Reform: Workshop for Policy-makers

Organized together with the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG)


How to Win the Economic Scramble: Seminar for Young Politicians



Christian-Muslim Solidarity in Aid of Development Through Social Justice

Organized in coordination with the Asian Center for the Study of Democracy (ACSD) of the University of Asia and the Pacific, and the Lapiang Manggagawa (LM) or the Worker's Party of the Philippines

Expert conference

The ASEAN Charter and a People-centered ASEAN Community: Perspectives from the People?

7th ASEAN People's Assembly

The APA brings together representatives from various civil society groups, think tank institutions, and key policy-makers that have an interest in promoting people-oriented development in the process of ASEAN community building.


16th ASEAN-ISIS Colloqium on Human Rights

The ASEAN Charter and Civil Society Involvement in Human Rights Protection and Promotion in Southeast Asia

On 25-28 Feb 2009 the ASEAN ISIS COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS (AICOHR) will be held for the 16th time. Human rights organizations and their representatives from all over Southeast Asia will assemble in Manila to address current human rights issues.


2nd Roundtable Discussion on Local Governance

Determining Local Governance Reform Strategies and Constraints

The 2nd RTD on local governance, organized by KAS partner LOGODEF in collaboration with the CPBD and SEPO to facilitate dialogue on decentralization-related issues in preparation for the Philippine Summit on Local Governance.


Global Accountability Report: Accountability Amidst Challenges

The 2008 Global Accountability Report Philippine Launch

The lecture forum will focus on the role of governance and accountability in transnational corporations, NGO’s and intergovernmental organizations especially now in the time of global crises. Organized with the AIM Policy Center.


Lecture-Forum on Peace and Conflict Transformation

83rd Globalization Lecture Series

The forum invited guest speaker Professor Johan Galtung, a Norweigian sociologist recognized as an international expert on peace-building.


National Peace Forum: National Peace Dialogue with Government and Non-Government Leaders and Organizations

A Young Moro Professionals Network (YMPN) peace dialogue that hopes to engage national leaders, media, academe and NGOs as partners of YMPN in the implementation of their peace and development agenda for Mindanao in particular.


8th Young Economists' Convention 2009

A convention for young economist in partnership with the Angelo King Institute.

Philippine National Security During and After the Duterte Presidency

Looking Back and Looking Beyond

The Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA), with support from the KAS Philippines, conducted a two-day online conference looking on the Philippine national security during and after the Duterte presidency, and what are the prospects beyond.

A Multidisciplinary Look at the Impacts of the European Union on the Philippines

Gaps and Opportunities

One of our last free public webinars before 2021 comes to a close! This webinar highlights the results of months' worth of research on the impacts of the European Union on the Philippines across different disciplines.

Democracy and Development Youth Camp

The La Salle Institute of Governance concluded its virtual Democracy and Development Youth Camp last November 6 and 7, 2021. Through the support of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Philippines Office, members of the Sangguniang Kabataan Councils, Local Youth Development Councils, and various youth-led organizations attended this 2-day youth camp to encourage and promote youth political and electoral participation.

'Fresh Off the Press': What Do We Think of the Philippine Presidential & Vice Presidential Aspirants

With the upcoming campaign and election season in the Philippines, and just right after the filing of Certificates of Candidacy, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung or KAS Philippines held an online seminar, where governance experts assessed the track records, platforms, support, and even "winnability" of the Philippine Presidential and Vice-Presidential aspirants. Representatives from the business sector, civil society, and media also gave their inputs.

The New US Administration and Perspectives for Southeast Asia and the Philippines

We at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Philippines Office would like to extend our thanks to the experts and attendees who participated in our online event, "The New US Administration and Perspectives for Southeast Asia and the Philippines" last Friday, 27 August 2021.

Towards a Better Normal: COVID-19 Pandemic Politics

2021 PPSA International Conference

The Philippine Political Science Association, with support from the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Philippines, conducted its annual international conference last 14-16 June 2021.

The Limits of Populism during COVID-19

Missed the KAS Philippines webinar on the "The Limits of Populism during COVID-19" last Friday? We got you covered!

Effects of COVID-19 on the Global Political Order

The Political Ramifications of COVID-19

Missed the KAS Philippines webinar on the "Effects of COVID-19 on the Global Political Order" last Friday? We got you covered!

LoGIC Team Organizes National Integrity Forum

“Integrity is a crucial determinant of trust, and trust in state institutions is the basic requirement for stable and functioning democracy. Democracy starts from below. The LGUs are an important level [This level is where the government is face-to-face with the citizen].” Dr. Stefan Jost, Country Director of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Office in the Philippines, said in his welcoming remarks during the National Integrity Forum last September 17, 2020. The forum was organized by the Local Government Integrity Circles (LoGIC) Project, together with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP). Dr. Jost added, on the importance of the Project’s integrity-building work, that the Project’s focus is on the local level as a result of years of work, but collaboration with civil society and businesses is required.

Adjustment of KAS activities due to COVID-19 in the Philippines

Dear friends of KAS Philippines, in lieu of the current COVID-19 outbreak, our office in Manila has decided to postpone all its scheduled events for the months of March and April to ensure not only the safety of our personnel but as well as the general welfare of all parties involved in our activities.