Refugees, migration and political exile
In cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, three documentary films on the issues of migration and escape in Latvia were produced for Latvian television. All three films were broadcasted in autumn 2016 on LTV. The short films are based on interviews with contemporary witnesses, who had to flee from Latvia during or after the Second World War and portray current refugees who have arrived in Latvia recently.
Brochure "Who are we in Europe?"
During this year’s summer school students and young professionals from Germany and the three Baltic countries exchanged their ideas and opinions on challenges and perspectives of the European community of values. Their declarations were now published in a brochure alongside with the declarations of the participants of the other summer schools that were held by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in four different countries in Europe this summer.
KAS Scholarship Holders 2016
The grant of scholarships to the best students who learn German in the secondary school in Valmiera has become a tradition for the KAS. The current scholarship holders from left to right: Paulis Rumba, Paula Indra Žuga, Anna Žanete Treimane and the principal Artūrs Skrastiņš.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is active in the Baltic States since the beginning of independence movements in late 1980-ies. Since 1993 we are represented with our regional offices in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
The transformation of the newspaper "Soviet Youth"
Politics of memory in Russia and the Baltics
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