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:
- To contribute to the strengthening of the Cambodian Parliament through the capacity development of its members and parliamentary staff; and
- to share its experiences with others and other parliaments in the region and beyond.
PIC is independently run and funded, adheres to a policy of strict neutrality and is demand-driven so that it can fully align its activities to those of the Parliament. Capacity strengthening is at the core of PIC’s activities, and services include training, workshops, seminars and internships, as well as support for outreach activities such as expert hearings, public consultations and national and international fact finding and study missions.
Overview of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5- Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Thailand: The 5th Regional Fellowship Research Seminar entitled: “Overview of SDG 5- Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Thailand” took place on 17 December 2018 in Phnom Penh. This event was co-organized by the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC) and the General Secretariat of the Senate.
The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC), in collaboration with the Parliament of the Kingdom of Cambodia, has organized a week-long training seminar entitled “An Overview of Parliamentary Responsibilities: Strengthening the Institutions”. Around 80 participants are attending the event, which is divided into two modules: module 1, is being held in Phnom Penh from 1 to 5 October 2018, while module 2, planned for December 2018, will take place in Siem Reap.
The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia has organized a training workshop on international communications, running from 3 to 7 September. Participants include 11 parliamentary staff form the Senate and the National Assembly. This five-day training course is taking place under the umbrella of PIC’s Parliamentary Diplomacy Training Program- one of PIC’s skills-based training programs to strengthen the capacity of parliamentary staff.
Phnom Penh, 21 August 2018. At the invitation of the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC), Mr. David Wilson, Clerk of the New Zealand House of Representatives, will start today a three-day official visit to share his knowledge and experience in various areas of parliamentary responsibilities with Cambodian parliamentary staff from the General Secretariats of the Cambodian Parliament.
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