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Administrative Training / PASTIS Training for Local Staffs (OK-Seminar I)

From 22 to 26 April 2013 in Bangkok, KAS Thailand will hold a Follow-up Training for the KAS offices in Asia on the Project Management, Accounting, Control and Information System.


From Endogenous to Exogenous

Presentation of the Viable Solutions to the Deep-South’s Unrest

KAS in cooperation with the European Union (EU), Cross Cultural Foundation (CrCF) and Muslim Attorney Centre (MAC) jointly organise a dialogue to foster a constructive exchange between state and civil societies.


Lessons learnt from Administrative Law in the EU

Inspiration for the development of Administrative Law in ASEAN

In 2015, the Southeast Asian countries are to establish the ASEAN Economic Community 2015 (AEC). This is regarded as the first step towards a Common Market which requires the harmonization of legal provisions in particular, in administrative law.


The Civic Education Activities for Young Children

The event organised by KAS and Institute of Public Policy Studies (IPPS) aims to promote ethics among primary school students leading to improvement in appropriate civic education contents in schools.


The Comparative Constitutional Law

A lecture coorganised by KAS and the Office of the Constitutional Court of Thailand (OCC) will be given by Dr. jur. Jörg Menzel from University of Bonn, Germany, to provide judicial knowledge of the Constitutional Court’s Rulings to the Thai public.


Cabinet Resolution to Paperless Cabinet Meeting Agenda Scheme

The seminar coorganised by KAS and the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Thailand (SOC) aims to gather opinion from governmental representatives on paperless cabinet meeting agenda scheme leading to accuracy and efficiency in the cabinet meeting.


The Right of Access to Environmental Justice

The seminar aims to provide a platform for academicians, lawyers and green judges to enhance knowledge and exchange ideas and experiences concerning environmental law.


Civic Education Strategy for Thai Society

The programme is arranged for educational supervisors and teachers to share their experiences, increase understanding in civic education concept and create the strategy of civic education.


Amnesty: The Way Out To Thai Reconciliation

A dialogue coorganised by KAS and Institute of Democratization Studies (IDS) focuses on Thailand's current reconciliation situation.


Basic Elements of Modern Democracy

Asian and European Views

On the occasion of the visit of Dr Beatrice Gorawantschy – Head of Team Asia and the Pacific, KAS Head Office, Berlin, KAS Thailand arranges the discussion to exchange ideas toward the democratic development between Asian and European point of view.

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.

Reinforcing the Parliamentary Dimension of the EU/ASEAN Partnership: A Strategic and Timely Move

Roundtable Discussion with Mr. Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament

On May 21st, 2021 the offices of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Southeast Asia hosted Mr. Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament, for an online roundtable discussion on the parliamentary dimension of the EU/ASEAN partnership. The event was held after the EU and ASEAN decided to become “Strategic Partners” in December 2020. Selected participants from eight ASEAN member states and the EU discussed six practical ideas to improve the cooperation between parliaments in the EU and ASEAN and to elevate their relationship to a new level of cooperation.

Next Steps of the Business for Social and Environmental Development

PDA’s Inception Seminar

On 5-7 April at Community-based Integrated Rural Development Ratchaburi Centre in Ratchaburi Province, the Population and Community Development Association or PDA held the annual seminar of the cooperation project on “Business for Social and Environmental Development” with the support of the KAS. This project aims to promote the principle of the Social Market Economy into real practice by strengthening the local communities and progressive cooperation between the public sector and civil society as well as building opportunities, fairness, and sustainable income for occupational groups in 7 target provinces. There are Wiang Pa Pao Centre in Chiang Rai, Nang Rong Centre in Buriram, Mahasarakham Centre in Mahasarakham, Ban Phai Centre in Khon Kaen, Chakkarat Centre in Nakhonratchasima, Sai Yok Centre in Kanchanaburi, and Krabi Centre in Krabi.

Thailand's Long Road to Food and Farm Safety

Bangkok Tribune's Media Dialogue Forum 6

The link below provides an event report and a highlight video of the dialogue forum no. 6 organised by the Bangkok Tribune News Agency with the support of the KAS in Thailand. The speakers presented their viewpoints and suggestions on the reform of farm practices in order to answer the goal of sustainable agriculture.

Open and Innovative Government in Thailand

Seminar Summary

Read now and see the visualised contents to know more about the progress of Thailand's open government. This summary was compiled from the seminar organised on 29th October 2020 by the Office of the Public Sector Development Commission (OPDC) with the support of the KAS in Thailand.