BCG Economy Model; A “Green” Development Pathway?

Year-End Dialogue Forum 2022

The Dialogue Forum would cordially invite you to the "Year-End Dialogue Forum 2022 - BCG Economy Model; A 'Green' Development Pathway?" on December 20, 2022, 10 am-3.30 pm at the Multi-Function Room, on the 1st Floor, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC). The Dialogue Forum is organized by the Bangkok Tribune, Thai PBS, SEA-Junction, The Thai Society of Environmental Journalists, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and the KAS Thailand.


Europe in Review - Seminar Series on Europe-Asia Relations

“Winter is Coming - The State of Europe at the End of 2022 and the Implications for EU-ASEAN Relations”

The German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG) and the Thailand Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) presents "Europe in Review - the Seminar Series on Europe-Asia Relations" with the topic: “Winter is Coming - The State of Europe at the End of 2022 and the Implications for EU-ASEAN Relations”.


Thai Local Government for the Citizen

Hybrid Seminar Series on Thailand Decentralization

The hybrid Seminar Series is organized in cooperation by the Parliamentary Committee on Decentralization, Local Government, and Special Local Administration of the House of Representatives, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Thailand, and the Nakhonsithammarat Polytechnic College.


KASSID Winter Meeting 2022

International Cooperation toward Global Challenges: Non-Violent Communication and Capacity Building for Preparedness in challenging contexts


APEC Update: The Next Step of Cooperation between Thailand, ASEAN, APEC and the European Union (EU)


The Secretariat of the National Assembly (SNA) on behalf of the parliament and in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Thailand will organize the seminar: “APEC Update: The Next Step of Cooperation between Thailand, ASEAN, APEC and the European Union (EU)”


Training Program on Sustainable Civic Education:

Locality is Our Matters towards Sustainable Local Governance


Political Participation and Communication Development Project

How can legislative institutions be more accessible


Input from Social Market Economy and the Development of Vocational Education


Forum 21, with the support of KAS Thailand, is organizing a workshop where educational institutions, entrepreneurs and representatives from the industry meet and work together.


Training Program on Sustainable Civic Education

Locality is Our Matters towards Sustainable Local Governance


Forms of creative participation of youth in local government

Seminar Project

International Migration in Thailand and Southeast Asia: Policies and Practices

International Migration is an established social phenomenon in Southeast Asia. All countries in the region are influenced to some degree although the nature and level of that impact varies greatly. Therefore, KAS and ISIS organized a seminar aiming at encouraging a coherent migration policy.

Bringing the Best of the Private Sector to Development

KAS Thailand and the Federation of Thai Industries organized a Seminar on the role of private-sector engagement in development. Discussion was based on a presentation by Mr. Oliver Wieck, Managing Director of the International Trade and Development Department at the Federation of German Industries.

Security Laws: Opportunities and Challenges for Conflict Resolution

Five month after the violent crackdown of the protests in Bangkok's inner city, the emergency decree still holds in Bangkok, its neighboring provinces, and the deep south. Due to this fact KAS Thailand, the Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS), and the Cross Cultural Foundation (CrCF) invited to a public forum. Keynote was addressed by Dr. Panitan Wattanyagorn, Acting government Spokesman and Deputy Secretary-General to the Prime Minister.

Dialogue on "Reformation of the Political Party System"

In partnership with IDS, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organized a high profile dialogue on September 16th at the Siam City Hotel Bangkok. Attended by more than 80 participants with broad media coverage, and moderated by former deputy Prime Minister Mr. Chaturon Chaisang (TRT), the Forum focused on recent party dissolutions, the future of the political party system, and the reformation of the constitution. The importance of political parties for Thailand and their policy agendas was debated.

NATO at 60: Transformation to a Global Security Provider?

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of NATO, Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized an international seminar on NATO. For the first time the role of NATO in the security order of the 21st century was analyzed together with relevant actors from Thailand. This event has broadened the understanding of NATO’s provision and role to Thai authorities. Moreover, one of the controversial issues is on terrorism that has become one of the most vital and challenging aspect to the future role of NATO.

New Security Trends in Southeast Asia and Europe

On April 9th, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Bangkok in cooperation with the KAS Regional Programme Political Dialogue Asia and ISIS held the international seminar “New Security Trends in Southeast Asia and Europe”. Leading experts in security politics from Germany, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam discussed current and future challenges in security politics.

The Internal Security Act (ISA)

Implications for the Southern Conflict

On 18 December 2008, the KAS organized a workshop “The Internal Security Act: Implications for the Southern Conflict” with high-ranking military officers and representatives of the civil society. The workshop aimed at providing a platform for discussion about implementation of the Internal Security Act, which became effective at the beginning of 2008, focusing on its implications for the ongoing Southern conflict. Among other participants was the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Thai Army.

Seminar on 'Participatory elements of democracy'

The event “Participatory elements of democracy” has been part of a political congress covering many interesting political issues like human rights, education, participation and economy.The seminar, in which representatives of governmental organizations, NGOS, academia and media attended, was held with speeches of Dr. Canan Atilgan, Resident Representative of KAS Thailand, Dr. Michael Nelson, M.L. Pruktisan Jumbala and Dr. Siriphan Noksuan – political experts and professors from Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University.

Advancing ASEAN-EU Relations in the 21st Century

Thailand hat im Juli 2008 den Vorsitz der Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) übernommen. Zu diesem Anlass veranstaltete die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung gemeinsam mit Centre for European Studies (CES) am 6. Oktober 2008 ein internationales Seminar in Bangkok. Das Seminar diente dazu, die Fortentwicklung der EU-ASEAN-Beziehungen auf der Grundlage der im März 2007 unterzeichneten „Nürnberger Erklärung“ zu bewerten. Die Teilnehmer kamen zum Ergebnis, dass EU und ASEAN über ein gewaltiges Potential zur Zusammenarbeit verfügen, das noch nicht in vollem Umfang ausgenutzt wird.