Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians
KASYP

KAS
 

POLITICAL PROJECTS

Amrish Pandey from India presenting project to increase women's participation in Indian National Congress Party
YB Tan Kar Hing (on the right), State Assemblyman from Malaysia, with indelible ink during his project proceedings to restore local elections in his constituency
Kyi Min Thu from Myanmar leading trainings for members of his party - National League for Democracy

Since 2010, the KASYP programme has encouraged and realised over 120 political projects to be implemented in respective political parties and constituencies all over Asia. The programme has also expanded in its scope of participating countries. 3 new countries were introduced in 2015: Afghanistan, Nepal and Taiwan. 1 new country was introduced in 2016: Bangladesh. 2 new countries were introduced in 2017: Mongolia and Sri Lanka. The programme looks for growing further, especially in the South and South East Asian region.

TYPES OF POLITICAL PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED SO FAR...

  • Constituency Needs and Platform Development Projects

I.e. Regional Youth Leaders’ Forum; Strengthening Communication Skills of PKR Youth Leaders through Analysis and Survey

  • Membership Development Projects

I.e. Recruiting youth members; Encouraging greater female participation in party processes; Developing party
database

  • Organisational Development Projects

I.e. Sharing GNP Party Values with Youth in Korea

  • Electoral Effectiveness Projects

I.e. National Development Plan for Pakistan: Perspective of Leadership in Pakistan Muslim League

  • Performance Management Projects

I.e. Extending Media Broadcasting Coverage Throughout Cambodia