Achieving the 2030 Vision is one of the most important milestones for the Royal Government of Cambodia. The 15th Cambodia Outlook Conference will delve into the theme Cambodia Vision 2030 and Beyond: Charting A Path for Resilient, Sustainable, and Inclusive Prosperity, taking place on 23rd November 2023 at Sokha Phnom Penh, Hotel and Residence. The keynote address will be presided over by Samdech Moha Borvor Thipadei HUN MANET, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
This CDRI’s flagship conference will convene over 400 local and international leaders from national and subnational levels of government, development partners, private sectors, think-tanks, academics, and other civil societies to explore on three topics under the main theme:
This panel will focus on the big picture ways in which the global and regional economy is changing and the challenges and opportunities this presents for development. This includes digital transformation, the future of globalisation and regional integration, climate change and environmental pressures, financing development, and how geopolitics is shaping all of these. Speakers will discuss what the new “normal” looks like and what this means for how governments, business, civil society, and donors need to think about development strategy.
This panel will focus on how Cambodia can not only sustain rapid economic growth but also shift towards higher quality development by particularly focusing on strengthening the public health system, ensuring environmental sustainability, improving governance and social justice, and enhancing human capital and gender empowerment. The discussion will underline what immediate priority actions and medium- to long-term strategic directions are needed.
This panel will review how the country should pursue the necessary institutional and policy reforms needed for economic and social development. The discussion will focus on how the government, business, civil society, and development partners can come together to pursue the necessary policies, institutional reforms, and mindset shifts to realize these changes. Finally, distinguished speakers will comment on the national vision for the economy and society beyond the 2030 ambition.