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Online-Seminar

Methods for Modern Legal Work according to International Standards

Online Training

Since the beginning of 2021, Thailand has faced two more waves of the covid-19 pandemic. This time, there are more infection and death cases than the outbreak last year. Vaccination for the public has just started while the restriction is exercised intensively nationwide especially the deep-red zones like Bangkok and vicinity. Implementation of the activity onsite with more than 20 people is not allowed until the end of May and likely to be extended if the situation does not get better. Online platforms are the possible way out to deliver the work in order to obtain outputs and outcomes as indicated in the work plans.

Event

Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021

„Politics and trust“

The work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation: focusing on participation, representation, security, and innovation.

Online-Seminar

Methods for Modern Legal Work according to International Standards

Online Training

Since the beginning of 2021, Thailand has faced two more waves of the covid-19 pandemic. This time, there are more infection and death cases than the outbreak last year. Vaccination for the public has just started while the restriction is exercised intensively nationwide especially the deep-red zones like Bangkok and vicinity. Implementation of the activity onsite with more than 20 people is not allowed until the end of May and likely to be extended if the situation does not get better. Online platforms are the possible way out to deliver the work in order to obtain outputs and outcomes as indicated in the work plans.

Online-Seminar

Methods for Modern Legal Work according to International Standards

Online Training

Since the beginning of 2021, Thailand has faced two more waves of the covid-19 pandemic. This time, there are more infection and death cases than the outbreak last year. Vaccination for the public has just started while the restriction is exercised intensively nationwide especially the deep-red zones like Bangkok and vicinity. Implementation of the activity onsite with more than 20 people is not allowed until the end of May and likely to be extended if the situation does not get better. Online platforms are the possible way out to deliver the work in order to obtain outputs and outcomes as indicated in the work plans.

Online-Seminar

Methods for Modern Legal Work according to International Standards

Online Training

Since the beginning of 2021, Thailand has faced two more waves of the covid-19 pandemic. This time, there are more infection and death cases than the outbreak last year. Vaccination for the public has just started while the restriction is exercised intensively nationwide especially the deep-red zones like Bangkok and vicinity. Implementation of the activity onsite with more than 20 people is not allowed until the end of May and likely to be extended if the situation does not get better. Online platforms are the possible way out to deliver the work in order to obtain outputs and outcomes as indicated in the work plans.

Seminar

Inception Seminar for Work Plan 2021 and Training of Trainers Component

KAS-PDA’s Business for Social and Environmental Development Project

The Population and Community Development Association or PDA will hold an internal seminar to explain about the activity plan and budget as well as to recheck the preparedness of each Community-based Integrated Rural Development (CBIRD) Centre for this year’s implementation. Also at this event, there’s a workshop session aiming at training the responsible staffs to equip with lecturing skills and to understand deeply about the essence of the project. This will assist them in approaching the new audiences in the target groups more effectively which will fulfil the project’s objectives in the long run.

Seminar

Green Recovery: Moving beyond the Pandemic

Year-end Dialouge and Photo Essay Exhibition

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to: 2020 Year-end Dialogue: Green Recovery: Moving beyond the Pandemic Photo Essay Exhibition: Through the Hard Time

Seminar

Proactive Legislation News Reporting through the Era-5.0 Media

Seminar for parliamentary officials

The Secretariat of the National Assembly by the Public Relations Bureau will hold a full-day seminar aiming to enhance the skills of the parliamentary officials in handling the legislative supporting tasks especially the promotion of the legislation news.

Seminar

Decade of Thai Local Government (2010 - 2020) and Provincial Election on December 20, 2020

Seminar in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is pleased to invite you to Seminar on: Decade of Thai Local Government (2010 - 2020) and Provincial Election on December 20, 2020 Chiang Mai University| Wednesday, December 9, 2020 | 8:30-16:30

Online-Seminar

Europe's Recovery and Responsibility in the World – A Dialogue with European and Thai Partners

Panel Discussion and Reception

Turning the Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity to reaffirm Europe as a strong and united community, the European Council in July adopted a historic and extraordinary package of 750 billion Euro, in an unprecedented effort to cope with the political, economic, and societal fallouts of the global pandemic.

Ukraine, Europe, Asia and the World: Current Geopolitical Implications of the War in Ukraine

"Europe in Review" Online Conference #1

The first “EiR” online panel discussion in 2022, organized by the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG) with the support of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in Thailand, focused on different strands of geopolitical implications of the war in Ukraine, which were analysed with a region-specific focus. The organizers emphasized that, during currently challenging times, it is even more crucial to highlight the impacts of developments in Europe for Southeast Asia and vice versa. Thereby, it is eminent to define conditions of rules and trust to tackle regional and global challenges in an all-encompassing manner. Discussions and exchange between academic, governmental offices, media and civil society make up a cornerstone of this engagement.

Two Decades of Local Administration in ‘Isan’ Region

125 Years of Thailand’s Local Administration

On 19th July, the Creative Urban Solutions Center (CUSC) in cooperation with Ubon Ratchathani University and network organisations held a hybrid dialogue with the support of the KAS. The dialogue aimed to explore the background stories and the progress of local administration in Thailand further from the researches and publication series done in last year. The topic for this dialogue focused on the context of Isan – the northeastern region.

Digital Communication and Regulation for Innovative Business Development

Applying the Social Market Economy Principle in Thailand

Last month, the Population and Community Development Association or the PDA successfully implemented the 1st phase of the Project “Business for Social and Environmental Development” with the support of the KAS. The activities took place in target areas with the implementation of the PDA’s Centres for Community-Based Integrated Rural Development (CBIRD) in seven provinces. They are CBIRD Wiang Pa Pao in Chiang Rai Province, CBIRD Nang Rong in Buriram Province, CBIRD Mahasarakham in Mahasarakham Province, CBIRD Krabi in Krabi Province, CBIRD Chakkarat in Nakhonratchasima Province, CBIRD Ban Phai in Khon Kaen Province, and CBIRD Sai Yok in Kanchanaburi Province.

KASSID Annual Meeting 2022

Workshop on Participatory Democracy

In 2021, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung started a new scholarship program called “Konrad Adenauer Scholarship for Social and Innovative Development" or KASSID. On 10-11 June 2022, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in Thailand organized an Annual Meeting for KASSID scholars at the Avani Sukhumvit Hotel, Bangkok. Since the start of the scholarship program last year, this was the first time that all of the KASSID scholars met each other in person, shared their ideas and expertise, and grew their connections. The event started off with a dinner talk and an ice-breaking activity which required the students to guess words related to global and local trends, international cooperation, social justice, and multiculturalism. The activity brought so much fun to the scholars and further resulted in casual discussions thereafter.

The Special Forum 1 - Mekong's Womb

A full event report of the first forum of the series "The Songkhram River Basin, the Mekong’s Womb" organised by the Bangkok Tribune News Agency with the support of the KAS in Thailand on March 18, 2022

Youth and MPs

The UNDP Thailand, the Secretariat of the House of Representatives and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Thailand organised the event "Youth and MPs for SDGs"

Bericht zur Konferenz “International Security and the Environment” April 20th – 21st, 20227

Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hat in Kooperation mit dem Institute of Democratization Studies (IDS), der Chiang Mai University und der Mae Fah Luang University am 20. und 21. April 2022 eine internationale Konferenz unter dem Titel „International Security and the En-vironment“ ab¬gehalten. Während der zweitätigen online Konferenz stellten internationale Wissenschaftler ihre Forschungen und Paper zu den Themen Sicherheits-, Klima- und Um-weltpolitik vor.

“Geopolitical Implications of the War in Ukraine”

jointly organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, and the Asian Governance Foundation (AGF)

Social Inclusion

Human Security of Vulnerable Persons – Risks and Hidden Potential

Groups of the elderly, disable, poor, homeless, parolees/released prisoners, young mothers, and migrant workers are considered the most vulnerable population. Their vulnerability arises from many factors such as social stigma, a lack of training and opportunities in employment, career advancement, and income-generating activities; as well as a lack of information and knowledge exchange. More importantly, these groups of people tend to do not have enough power and abilities to cope with the hardships when they occur.

The Role of Parliaments in Participatory Democracies: Experiences from Thailand

Second Session of the Series: Democratic Trends in ASEAN

Strong parliaments are the cornerstone of participatory democracies and democratic pluralism. Parliamentarians represent the people, pass laws and hold governments accountable. As such, they are the connections between executive and citizens. Whether a national parliament can provide accountability and oversight highly depends on a number of factors, including the capabilities of parliamentarians and their staff, political procedures and points of orders, party structures and the parliament’s administration processes. Parliaments are hence an important contact point for the European Union (EU) and other international development actors to strengthen the fundament of democracy on the ground.