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SPKM: Pre-Posting Orientation Course for Home-Based Staff series 2/2024 (Grade 38 and below)

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Pre–Posting Course for Home-Based Staff series 2 2024 (SPKM 2/2024) was successfully held from 24 to 30 April 2024. This...

Leadership Course for Junior Officers

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The Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR) recently hosted its highly anticipated Leadership Course for Junior Officers from 14...

Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP): Diplomatic Training Course for Central Asian Countries 2024

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The Centre for Languages and Cultural Diplomacy (CLCD), Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR), organised the MTCP: Diplomatic Training...

Negotiation Course for Junior Officers

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The Centre for Leadership, Negotiation and Public Diplomacy (LNPD) successfully organised the Negotiation Course for Junior Officers from 5 to...

SPKM: Pre-Posting Orientation Course for Home-Based Staff series 1/2024 (Grade 41 and above)

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Pre-Posting Course for Home-Based Staff series 1 2024 (SPKM 1/2024) was successfully held from 19 to 28 February 2024. This...

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The Journal of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (JDFR) Contributors’ Guide

    The Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR) seeks submissions for the Journal of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (JDFR), Volume 21, November 2024. JDFR is an open access (OA) journal ranked in Excellence for Research Australia (ERA) that promotes scholarly knowledge by encouraging discussion on diplomacy...

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Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP): Diplomatic Training Course for International Participants 1/2014

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IDFR had successfully organised the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP): Diplomatic Training Course for International Participants 1/2014 from 3 – 21 March 2014. The three-week programme was attended by 29 diplomats from Albania, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brunei, Cambodia, Congo, Egypt, Fiji, Guinea, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lao PDR, Lesotho, Maldives, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu and Zimbabwe.

The objective of the programme was to enhance the participants’ knowledge and skills on diplomacy and international relations, to expose the participants’ to Malaysia’s experience in managing its foreign policy and international relations and to provide the participants with hands-on experience and networking.

An integrated teaching and learning methodologies were conducted which included briefings, discussions, lectures, and simulation exercises. In general, modules covered included Malaysia’s Foreign Policy, current international relations and global issues, regional security, diplomatic skills and language. The participants were also taken to several onsite briefings such as Putrajaya, MATRADE and Central Bank. In addition, the participants were privileged to experience state level governance when they visited the historical city of Melaka and Johor.

Overall, the participants commented that the objectives of the programme were achieved.  They expressed that they had gained new knowledge and experience throughout the programme. Among the positive comments received included “expectation of the programme were met, improved knowledge and better understanding of diplomacy and international relations from the Malaysian experience, gained networking with Malaysian officials and among participants.

Prepared by:Awang Mohammad Putra Awang Sopeian
Training Division