The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia was founded in 2011 at the request of members of the Cambodian Parliament and its General Secretariats. It has two mandates: (1) to contribute to the strengthening of the Cambodian Parliament through the capacity development of its members and parliamentary staff; and (2) to share its experiences with others and other parliaments in the region and beyond.
Seminar on the Nature and Functions of Cambodia’s Parliament and Government – Examined in an International context
A seminar entitled “The Nature and Functions of Cambodia’s Parliament and Government - Examined in an International context” took place on Tuesday 16 May 2017 at the Conference Hall of the Senate of Cambodia. The Seminar was organized by the General Department of Information and Public Relations of the Senate, with support from the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia.
A seminar entitled Parliamentary Oversight—Experiences of French and Swedish Parliaments took place on Thursday 8 December 2016 at the Conference Hall of the Senate of Cambodia. This event was organized by the Commissions 2 on Economy, Finance, Banking and Audit of the Senate and National Assembly, with support from the General Secretariat of the Senate and the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia. The 130 participants included Members of Commissions,
A regional seminar entitled Labor Migration and Rural Development took place on Friday 10 June 2016 at the Senate of Cambodia. This event was organized by the General Secretariats of the Senate and the National Assembly, and the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia. The 200 participants included Senators, Members of Parliament, and parliamentary staff from Cambodia, Lao PDR,
On the evening of Monday 4 April 2016, the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia achieved a significant milestone in its development by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU with the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA). The MoU forms the basis for the establishment of a capacity development program for staff of ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly Member Parliaments and particularly
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