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Founding of the „Indo German Association for Legal Cooperation“

On the 16th of November, the founding of the „Indo German Association for Legal Cooperation“ (IGAL) was celebrated in the Indian embassy in Berlin. High-level representatives from politics, the legal fraternity and civil society gathered at the launching ceremony and the subsequent official reception at the embassy. more…

Philipp Huchel | Event Reports | November 17, 2017

Informal Economy in India

Setting the framework for formalization

The study examines the informal economy in India and develops a policy framework to encourage greater formalization. It gauges the awareness and perceptions of unorganized enterprises about organized/formal sector, to understand the key issues and challenges faced by them including the impact of demonetization on their businesses, and to identify the key areas for policy intervention that could act as motivators for formalization. more…

November 2, 2017

Young Politician Network Meeting

On October 11th, twelve young politicians of the KAS network including alumni of the Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP) met at the invitation of Mr. Peter Rimmele, Resident Representative of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, in the office of KAS India to discuss future possibilities of cooperation. more…

Philipp Huchel | Event Reports | October 11, 2017

Winning has become a habit of Madras Management Association (MMA)

Our long standing strategic partner MMA has made us proud again by winning National AIMA Award for the “Best Management Association” in India for ninth time in a row. more…

Manu Emmanuel Mani | Event Reports | September 29, 2017

Conference on "Changing Asia 2017"

"Perspectives on Regional and Global Cooperation"

From September 14th till 18th, the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) together with the India Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a conference on “Changing Asia 2017: Perspectives on Regional and Global Cooperation”. The conference brought together about 30 scholars and experts from China, Germany, India, New Zealand, Sweden, the UK and the United States, who discussed the implications of a changing Asia and the related perspectives on regional and global cooperation. more…

Philipp Huchel | Event Reports | September 22, 2017