Events - Cambodia Office
Pathways to Criminal Justice
Senate Law Talks
For the third time now the Cambodian Senate is hosting the Law Talks. International and national legal professionals discuss current topics on national legislation and legal interpretation. This time, the focus of exchange will be criminal law.
Democracy and Political Tolerance
Cambodian Parliament celebrates Democracy Day
For the second time, the Parliaments of Cambodia together with the Interparliamentary Union (IPU), international speakers and guests are celebrating the International Democracy Day.
Youth in Politics
The seminars for young leading Cambodian politicians continue in Siem Reap. This time members from the Cambodians Peoples Party (CPP) are invited to learn about party organization and youth groups.
Main Features of the Organic Law
Decentralisation in Cambodia
In the second part of the Organic Law seminars the Sam Rainsy Parliamentarians are invited to learn about relevant features of the new administration law and share challenges of its implementation.
After Election: The New Councilors
Die Kreisräte und ihre neuen Aufgaben
KAS is hosting a two day workshop for the newly elected councilors of Sam Rainsy Party. The program will mainly cover the new structures of the sub-national administrations and highlight the new tasks for the councilors.
Introduction to Law
Einführung in juristisches Grundlagenwissen
The training course aims to broaden the legal knowledge of the staff members of both the Senate and the National Assembly. The participants will get an overview of essential legal issues, such as labor law, criminal law, and human rights law.
Study and Information Program
International Internships for DMC Students
Four students of the DMC will be heading to Malaysia and Germany as interns in August 2009.
Youth in Politics
Seminars for young Cambodian Politicians
Young politicians from five leading parties are invited to participate in a 5 day seminar which will commence on June 29 in the northern provinces of Bantey Meanchey, Battambang and Siem Reap.
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Waste Summit 2019
Smart waste business models and innovations for a clean Cambodia!
If you’re buying a meal in Cambodia to takeaway you can expect to get a plastic box with food in it, a plastic set of cutleries all packed up in a plastic bag. Your drink is going to be in a plastic cup with a plastic straw which is wrapped in plastic. But that’s still not it, the plastic cup will be put in another small plastic bag for you to hold. So, it seems quite logical, that an average Cambodian household uses 12 plastic bags a day, doesn’t it? Almost half of them will be burnt later and the rest ends up in the sea. With one of the fastest growing economy and a growing consumer market, Cambodia is generating significant amounts of waste. Phnom Penh alone already produces 3000 tons of garbage per day and the issue of waste will be more important every day. The landfills are being filled up more and more and manmade waste mountains will be the norm. But as technologies are getting more and more advanced, many start-ups are coming up with new innovative ideas to counteract.
German-Cambodian Journalism Training
Mobile Journalism Masterclass in Phnom Penh
KAS Cambodia organized a ten day training program on mobile journalism with eight German and eight Cambodian participants in Phnom Penh.
Die Zukunft der Abfallwirtschaft
Potentiale der Digitalisierung
Der Veranstaltungsbericht bietet einen Überblick über die Veranstaltung The Future of Waste Management - Seizing the Potential of Digitalization.
Youth and Peacebuilding Workshop
In the week from 27 August to 2 September, 40 young Cambodians took part in the workshop „Youth and Peacebuilding“. They learned about the cruel history of the Khmer Rouge and peacebuilding.
Digital Future Talk with Prof. Dr. Mario Voigt
Digital Masters – Germany's Lessons Learnt and Cambodia’s Way Forward
On April 19, 2018, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Cambodia organized the first Digital Future Talk in Phnom Penh. The half-day event made current digital trends, related policies and innovative digital ideas in Cambodia and Germany a subject of discussion and exchange and brought together experts from private sector, government and academia.
Media Programme publishes Mobile Journalism Manual
Multimedia journalists from all over Asia have produced a manual about mobile journalism. The online publication offers insights into this new storytelling method, explaining how reporters and newsrooms can produce good video reports by just using their phone.
Cambodia’s Energy Transition
Presentation of a Research Study
Rapid economic development, a young and fast-growing population, severe impacts of climate change and the aim of providing stable and affordable energy and consumption in a sustainable way: These challenges lay at the heart of any discussions on sustainable development in South East Asia. Cambodia, still one of the poorest countries in ASEAN, is a good example in this respect.
Pressesprecher und Journalisten aus Kambodscha in Berlin
Kambodschanische Delegation aus Pressesprechern ausgewählter Ministerien, Journalisten und der Stellvertretenden Vorsitzenden der größten Oppositionspartei zu Besuch in Berlin.
Auszeichnung vom Königreich Kambodscha für Denis Schrey
Am 10. Februar 2016 wurde der ehemalige Leiter des Auslandbüros Kambodscha, Herr Denis Schrey, mit dem königlichen Orden „Sahametrei“ auf dem Level „Mohasena“ (übersetzt „Großer Offizier“) ausgezeichnet. Der Orden wurde Herr Schrey von Samdech Heng Samrin, Präsident der Nationalversammlung des Königreichs Kambodscha in einer feierlichen Zeremonie überreicht.
KAS Media Study launched
In the past months Andreas Oldag, senior German journalist and the lecturer at the Department of Media and Communication (DMC), prepared together with the office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Phnom Penh a study on the current legal and political framework of the media in Cambodia with a closer look on the freedom of press and possible advantageous options through the installation of a carefully constructed regulation.
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