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.
The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC) organized a seminar entitled “Peace and Security on the Korean Peninsula” on 13 July 2018, in collaboration with Dr Bernd Schaefer, Professorial Lecturer from the German Department of George Washington University, Washington D.C. Dr Schaefer specializes in Cold War international history, German history, and 20th century international relations.
Welcome to the New Intake of Regional Fellows from the Parliaments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Thailand
On 2 July 2018, the Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC) welcomed 15 Regional Fellows from the Parliaments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Thailand who are joining the Regional Fellowship Program in Parliamentary Research.
The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC) organized training workshops on legislative process & drafting and policy evaluation on 19-21 June 2018 and 25-26 June 2018 in collaboration with Professor Felix Uhlmann from the University of Zurich (UZH) and Professor Frédéric Varone from the University of Geneva (UNIGE).
This book provides a geopolitical portrait of Cambodia. Its scientific choice is to focus exclusively on the facts and to identify Cambodia’s assets - not just at the national level, but also at the regional level Southeast Asia and ASEAN), at the continental level (Asia) and in the wider world. In this way this atlas aims to act as a practical tool to serve the people of Cambodia and its friends.