Germans in Tel-Aviv - Study Tour for Students
Students of the Konrad Adenauer Division for European Studies at the Ben Gurion University spent a day in Tel-Aviv where they learned about the history of Germans in Tel-Aviv Yaffo starting with a tour about the Templer settlers at the Sarona Colony, continuing with a lecture about German cuisine and finishing with a political briefing at the German Embassy.
With our weekly "Wochenspiegel", KAS Israel provides an overview over media highlights in the last week, for our German speaking audience.
Round table discussion with MP Wolfgang Bosbach
At an intimate round table event, MP Wolfgang Bosbach gave insights into the political challenges German lawmakers are facing in light of the current refugee crisis in Europe. Bosbach is the longest serving member of the Parlamentary Committee of Interior Affairs.
55 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.
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Challenges in multiethnic Societies
Dr. Michael Borchard in an Interview about the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Current Developments in the Middle East.
Discussing current political and social questions in the context of German-Israeli relations was the goal of a discussion that took place on the 4th of April in Herzliya. For this occasion, the ambassador of the Federal Republic [...]
20-Year Anniversary of the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation
Supporting the dialog between Jewish and Arab Israelis – with this goal in mind, the Konrad Adenauer Institute, in cooperation with the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University, created the [...]