With our weekly "Wochenspiegel", KAS Israel provides an overview over media highlights in the last week, for our German speaking audience.
Together with our partner Search for Common Ground Jerusalem, KAS Israel hosted a platform for dialog under the title "Addressing inter-religious tensions: holy sites in the Holy Land" on November 18th. The conference addressed the very actual question of how inter-religious tensions around sacred places can be defused.
KAS Israel commemorates the so called “fateful day” in German history, November 9- especially the Pogrom Night of 9 to 10 November 1938. On this date, Germany’s Nazi regime orchestrated a night of terror against Jewish residents of Germany and marks one of the most significant events of the persecution of the Jewish community in Germany.
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.
Guest Lecture by State Sec. (ret.) Michael Mertes, Germany
|Nov. 23 - 24
|Nov. 17 - 19
5 Questions - 5 Answers
With Dr. Itamar Radai and Mr. Arik Rudnitzky, Directors of the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation, at the Moshe Dayan Center, Tel Aviv University
Presented in anticipation of the coming UNFCCC (COP 21) meeting in Paris
The idea for the position paper "Climate Change and CSR: Can Voluntarism Pay?" was formulated during the seminar "Climate Change & CSR - Between Growing Public Expectations and a Lack of Global Response" organized jointly by the [...]
On the occasion of the current jubilee year, KAS Israel and Mishkenot Sha’ananim/Konrad Adenauer Conference Center is co-hosting the conference series “GerMANIA – 50 Years of Diplomatic Relations”, which focuses on the special [...]