While Jewish-Christian Dialogue has achieved considerable progress in the past decade, its results are not well known at the grassroots of each other’s community.
Limited Statehood and Terror
Israel is increasingly surrounded by areas of limited statehood where, to varying degrees, central authorities compete for power with a range of armed non-state governors.
Israeli Higher Education
The Annual Report 2013 reflects the BTC’s involvement in disseminating knowledge and information regarding the Bologna Process, and in stimulating discourse concerning the Israeli strategy vis a vis internationalization and modernization of higher education.
More than 50 years ago, Konrad Adenauer and David Ben-Gurion laid the foundation for reconciliation between Germany and Israel and for the future in partnership of the two nations. Carrying on the legacy of the late chancellor, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) has been active in Israel for more than 25 years.
The Evolution and the Politics behind the German and European Efforts to Promote Fair and Democratic Regulations
|Feb. 21 - 22
Closed workshop for the Israeli participants of our EU project for peace education
The Evolution and the Politics behind the German and European Efforts to Promote Better, Fair and Democratic Regulation
On 3 March 2014, Dr. Johannes Ludewig, Chairman of the German National Regulatory Control Council (NKR) at the Federal Chancellor's Office in Berlin and Member of the EU High Level Group on Administrative Burdens, gave a lecture [...]
Just published: The Joint Declarations 2003-2013 of the Vatican and Israel’s Chief Rabbinate
While the Christian teaching about the Jews and Judaism has dramatically changed, knowledge about the advent of a new era in the relationship between Christians and Jews has not reached the grassroots levels of each other’s [...]
Areas of Limited Statehood, Non-State Armed Groups and the Transformation of the Middle East
Israel is increasingly surrounded by areas of limited statehood where, to varying degrees, central authorities compete for security, as well as political, economic, and ideational power with a range of armed non-state governors. [...]