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UNICEF Cambodia encourage online study during school closure

Unicef Cambodia encourages online study during pandemic state of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Cambodia Ministry of education, youth and Sports, has processed a lesson on electronic system for students of grade 9 and 12 on six subjects after the nation announced temperary school closure. For more information, please follow the official website of MoEYS Cambodia For All…

Scania South East Asia signed Ecolution Partnership Program with Politeknik Sandakan Sabah

Director of Politeknik Sandakan Sabah, Mr. Tajul Ariffin Mohamed Arif signed an agreement with Mr. Tom Kuiphuis, the Pre-Sales Director of Scania Southeast Asia on 14 March 2020, which makes Politeknik Sandakan Sabah (PSS) became the first Educational Institution of Higher Learning in Malaysia to sign the Scania Ecolution Partnership Agreement. PSS was established in…

Sweden and Cambodia to cooperate in education of human rights

The Embassy of Sweden in Cambodia signed an agreement with Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI) of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law 12 March 2020. The agreement aims to strengthen human rights education at the kingdom of Cambodia’s educational institutions, reports the Cambodian newspaper Khmer Times. The agreement will last from 2020 to 2022 with Sweden pledging…

Tea talk with Executive Coach Swedish Anna Frummerin

An overview of 10 strategies to increase Women Leadership. Why strategies exclusive for women? These strategies are building leadership presence and impact as well enhancing networking, communication and influencing skills. Although these competences are independent of gender and other descriptive characteristics, they are exclusively for women, as it allows the participants to reflect on challenges…

Swedish ambassador met with Cambodian labour minister

Ambassador Björn Häggmark underlined the importance of labour conditions and skills development during the meeting with Labour Minister Ith Samheng, on 13th January 2020. The purpose was to discuss development in the employment and vocational training sectors in the Kingdom. Mr Häggmark mentioned the importance of labour conditions and skills development during the meeting. The…

Norwegian biologist received honorary award from China

China granted its 2019 International Science and Technology Cooperation Award on 10th January 2020, Norway won for the first time ever while Finland got scientific honour for another year. This award recognizes the key roles foreign scientists have played in China’s scientific development, as well as China’s growing effort to diversify its scientific partners in…

Kathrine and Simon teach in Thailand: “Like running your own company”

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Physical contact, meat balls, parent-teacher relationship and hours spent in the class room. These are merely some of the differences between teaching in Denmark and in Thailand. Read about two young teachers’ road from Northern Denmark to Bangkok and their change in teaching lifestyle. Only about five million people in the world speaks Danish. It…

Swedish education specialist visited rural cities in Cambodia for better understanding of the situation and how to improve it

The Steering Committee of the Swedish Capacity Development Partnership Fund (CDPF) went on a field visit and study tour to Mondulkiri province in Cambodia from the 10th to 13th December 2019. One of the main objectives was to get a better understanding of education challenges for indigenous people in the province. This was partly done…

Finnish government offers online course in Artificial Intelligence: Free worldwide!

In 2018, Finland launched a free online crash course in artificial intelligence (AI) with the aim of educating its own citizens about this new technology. Finland now offers the six week program for anyone worldwide interested in learning more about AI. It is in English and German today, – and of course in Finnish and…