Eröffnung des Seminars Pesantren for Peace am 09.11.2016 in Bandung durch Pak Irfan Abubakar, Direktor von CSRC

Pesantren for Peace

Promotion of Human Rights and Peaceful Conflict Resolution

Within the framework of the "Pesantren for Peace", a program supported by KAS and the European Union, religious teachers and experts from various regions in West Java discussed the importance of human rights and peaceful conflict resolution in religious education at a seminar in Bandung.

Training of Trainers for Satpol-PP units on conflict analysis, conflict management and human rights in Semarang 29.08.-02.09.2016

ToT for the Leaders of Satpol-PP Units with the Ministry of Internal Affairs

In cooperation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs another training for Satpol-PP leaders on conflict analysis, conflict management and human rights took place in Semarang.

Teguh Setyabudi

First ToT for SATPOL-PP

A first Training of Trainers in Bandung marks the beginning of a new period in the cooperation between KAS and KEMENDAGRI.

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Welcome

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is one of the political foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany and makes an active and substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding through its various activities and projects. We present the objectives, projects and publications of our country office to Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

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Publications

Between Vision and Reality

Perception of the ASEAN Economic Community in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia

From KAS International Reports 1/2016 more…

Between Vision and Reality

Perception of the ASEAN Economic Community in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia

On 22 November 2015, the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) decided to form an economic community. The integration process thus initiated might unleash further growth potential in the already [...] more…

Change in Government in the World’s Largest Muslim Country

From KAS International Reports 10/2014: More than 190 million Indonesians were called to the polls in July to elect a new president. The winner is Joko Widodo, Jakarta’s former governor and a favorite of the media. In order to [...] more…

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