Training Seminar on “An Overview of Parliamentary Responsibilities: Strengthening the Institutions”

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Training Seminar on “An Overview of Parliamentary Responsibilities: Strengthening the Institutions”

The Parliamentary Centre of Asia (PCAsia), established in early 2021 in Phnom Penh, is the successor of the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia founded in 2011, a transition that reflects an expansion of activities with Parliaments across Southeast Asia and encouraged through an MoU and the Resolutions of the General Assembly of the ASEAN Inter-parliamentary Assembly (AIPA). The mandate of the new PCAsia is therefore to contribute to the strengthening of Southeast Asian Parliaments through capacity building of their staff, based on the demands or requests of each parliament. It draws on the expertise of national, regional, and international partners (Parliaments and research centres).

PCAsia proposes a series of activities that positively contribute to the professionalism of parliamentary operations while also responding to requests for training across a wider variety of subjects. To meet the demands of Parliaments in improving parliamentary staff’s skill while addressing key transnational, regional and international issues, PCAsia is focused on the following topics: Environment and Climate Change, Fiscal and Economic Analysis, Gender Equality and Human Rights-Based Approach, and Peace-building and Public Safety through Parliaments.  Within this framework, the fifth Training Seminar on “An Overview of Parliamentary Responsibilities: Strengthening the Institutions” has been planned for parliamentary staff, especially those from AIPA Member Parliaments including from AIPA Secretariat.

Date

Nov 24 2021 - Dec 14 2021
Expired!

Organizer

PCAsia
Phone
+855 23 210 055/6
Email
[email protected]
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