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Digital Disruption and a Push for Sound Public Policies
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to Media Dialogue: Digital Disruption and a Push for Sound Public Policies Online Conference (Zoom Meeting)| Thursday, May 14, 2020 | 16:00-17:30 (BKK Time)
Knowledge Dissemination on Politics and Government, Roles, Duties and Powers of the Legislative Function
The workshop in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Senates aims to provide a platform for the young people in local provinces to discuss about the Thai political culture and political development as well as to arrange a demonstration activity for participants to study in details about parliamentary democracy and parliamentary protocol.
ASEAN and China Relations in Challenge Context
KAS together with Institute of Democratisation Studies (IDS) will hold a discussion to provide participants the updated situations and cooperation between ASEAN countries and China as well as to open a discussion stage for exchanges of ideas among experts and participants.
Local Empowerment in Disaster Risk Reduction
A Case Study of Community-based Fire Prevention Plan
A seminar in cooperation with the Social Research Institute of Chiang Mai University will increase public awareness and provide knowledge in disaster risk management and reduction including related policies and practices among scholars, local administrative organisations, and general public in order to form further solutions among local citizens.
Year-end Meeting: Review, Summary, and Recommendations for the Project Year 2019
A year-end meeting of the Population and Community Development Association (PDA) will be held for staff members and resource persons to review, summarise and raise recommendations towards the implementation of the KAS-funded project on strengthening the practice of occupational group in local areas and communities according to the concept of the social market economy.
ASEAN & EU: Chance and Risk in A Changing World
A seminar in cooperation with the Secretariat of the National Assembly (SNA) aims to enhance a good understanding in relations and development of cooperation between EU and ASEAN under Thailand’s perspectives and also to encourage experience sharing among the lecturers and participants from the parliament and government agencies.
Strengthening Citizenship of Youth in Democracy
A workshop by the Secretariat of the National Assembly aims to strengthen the role of youth and personnel in educational institutes in democratic society.
Media Promotion: Efficient Reporting on Modern Development in EEC Area
KAS in cooperation with the Forum 21, a civil society institute for social development, will hold the last seminar in this year’s series to enhance the quality of all EEC area-related communities through the work of local media. It is expected that the collaboration between the local media groups and the local organisations in areas of economic and social significance of the EEC will be strengthened for further development in the region.
Rights to Privacy in regard to the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562
The seminar co-organised by KAS and Institute of Public Policy Studies (IPPS) together with network organisations is IPPS’s final event of the year 2019 which will provide the participants from related working fields a platform to gain summary of knowledge about the current policy and situation of personal data protection in Thailand, to exchange opinions beneficial for further policy development, and to pave the way for further observation on the law enforcement.
Perspectives of Media and Its Social Impacts in the Age of Globalisation
KAS in cooperation with the Graduate School of Human Sciences of Assumption University will hold an international conference in order to research and investigate the development of media into an efficient instrument for gathering public opinions and supporting social movements on diverse issues. Upon the conference, the presentations and discussions by various scholars and experts including the exchange of viewpoints with the participants are expected to be seen as further indications and solutions for more ethical practice in mass communications.
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