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First national Human Rights Plan

A breakthrough for human rights in Berlarus?

On October 24th 2016, the Republic of Belarus adopted its first national human rights plan. It contains 100 measures to improve the human rights situation in the country. Even though the plan doesn’t address various important concerns for human rights in the country, it increases the attention towards human rights issues within the government of Belarus. more…

Dr. Wolfgang Sender | Country Reports | December 5, 2016

Current Belarus - insights from the young generation

Discussion event at Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin

On occasion of the final seminar of the KAS - Martens Discussion Club 2016 series, participants from Belarus invited experts from Berlin to discuss the current developments in Belarus during an evening event in Berlin on November 30, 2016. more…

Dr. Wolfgang Sender | Event Reports | November 30, 2016

KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club Study Trip to Berlin (Germany)

The last session of KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club project in 2016

From November 27 to December 1, Belarus Country Office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS), in cooperation with Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies (WMCES) organized a 5-day study trip to Berlin (Germany) for the participants of the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club. more…

Event Reports | November 27, 2016

Workshop “Remember Soviet Repressions: 25 years after”

On November 3-6, 2016 Belarus Country Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) hosted the workshop “Remember Soviet Repressions: 25 years after”. The project is funded by means of the special fund for Eastern Partnership countries and Russia which is provided by the German Bundestag through the German Foreign Ministry. more…

Event Reports | November 7, 2016

VARTA Belarus Security Magazine

1st edition, September 2016

A peaceful and collaborative Europe needs more discussions about cooperation and coordination in military, defense, and security matters – especially among direct neighbors. That is precisely the reason why Konrad Adenauer Foundation supports the VARTA journal as a contribution for discussion and constructive exchange. more…

Dr. Wolfgang Sender | September 20, 2016