Events - Foundation Office Philippines
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International Conference: The Implications of the ASEAN Charter for East Asian Integration
The conference seeks to help cascade the ASEAN Charter buzzword and facilitate greater public understanding of its potential implications.
Philippine Local Governance in Perspective: Emerging Challenge and Options for Strategic Policy Directions
Mindanao History and Conflict Transformation Training for the 6th Infantry Division of the Armed Forces of the Phils.
Organized by KAS Partner, the Institute for Autonomy and Governance (IAG)
KAS Partner Workshop
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Manila's annual partner workshop seeks to bring all KAS Partners together in dialogue to discuss several issues relevant to the efforts of KAS in the Philippines.
Strategic Mindanao Advocacy: Linking Leadership and Governance
Organized by KAS Partner the Technical Assistance Center for the Development of Rural and Urban Poor (TACDRUP).
SWS Survey: 2007 in Review
A look at the Social Weather Station (SWS)'s 2007 findings that have impacted the Filipino People.
Young Economists' Convention 7
Pathways Out of Poverty
The Young Economists' Convention is held yearly, organized in conjunction with DLSU-Angelo King Institute.
Book Launch: In Pursuit of the Philippine Competitive Edge
The launching of new publication entitled, "In Pursuit of the Philippine Competitive Edge", produced by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the AIM Policy Center.
Remittances of Overseas Filipino Workers and Philippine Development
HANDOG NG OVERSEAS FILIPINO FORUM 2007: THE GLOBAL PINOY FOR NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
Officially entitled, 'Handog ng Overseas Filipino Forum', this event, co-organized with the AIM Policy Center, will tackle the overseas Filipino's role as conduit for harnessing networks for development and competitiveness.
1st Southeast Asian Forum on Islam and Democracy
The 1st Southeast Asian Forum for Islam and Democracy will tackle the imperative to give progressive Muslim (and non-Muslim) voices for democracy, pluralism and tolerance in SEA and will be participated in by 50 delegates from the region.