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Second KAS Electoral Debate

The recent South African Elections: Lessons for Namibia

Dr. Bernd Althusmann, the Resident Representative of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, welcomed and thanked all present on the panel and in the audience for their participation in the second Electoral Debate organized by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Drawing on the experiences of the first debate in March 2014, Dr. Althusmann stressed the positive media resonance and particularly welcomed the representative of the governing SWAPO party, who participated in the event for the first time. more…

Event Reports | June 19, 2014

What keep society together?

Breakfast meeting with the Churches

Dr. Bernd Althusmann, the Resident Representative of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, welcomed and thanked all present for responding positively to the invitation. He underlined the importance to meet with the leaders of the churches and different faith centres to discuss their role in society. The churches have a significant role to play in a modern society and this must not be undermined, he added. As someone who comes from a family that has roots and close association with a church, he perfectly understands that the role of the church in society is important. more…

Event Reports | June 4, 2014

Parliament Journal Vol.12, Issue 01, Jan-Apr 2014

Download the publication here. more…

May 1, 2014

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hosts Namibia’s first Election Debate in Windhoek

In view of the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections at the end of November 2014, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Namibia & Angola (KAS) in cooperation with Forum for the Future (FFF) organised and hosted a public election debate, with the aim of introducing and encouraging a culture of public discussion between Namibia’s political parties and society. more…

Peter Koch | Event Reports | April 24, 2014

Namibia’s Foreign Relations

Historic contexts, current dimensions, and perspectives for the 21st Century

Namibia’s foreign relations and their prudent formulation and management determine the sustainability of the country and the economic perspectives of its people. This publication and its chapters therefore discuss Namibia’s main bilateral and multilateral relationships, the historic and normative foundations of those bonds, their strategic objectives and interests, and their interface with other policy fields. more…

Dr. Dr. Anton Bösl, André du Pisani, Dennis Zaire | February 11, 2014