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Freedom of Religion or Belief and Women’s Rights – reinforcing each other?

On September 22nd, 2017 KAS New York hosted an inspiring gathering of female parliamentarians from all over the world. more…

Magdalena Jetschgo | Event Reports | September 29, 2017

Making Africa Work

A first-hand account of how to ensure growth beyond commodities and create jobs on the continent. A blueprint for a prosperous Africa! more…

Victoria-Charlotte Browning | Event Reports | September 21, 2017

The United Nations and North Korea

A Balancing Act between Sanctions and Humanitarian Assistance

A leadership that defies all pleas for reason stands opposite a population that faces dire humanitarian needs. While the Security Council is desperately attempting to uphold the Non-Proliferation Treaty and trying to circumvent a nuclear arms race in the Asia Pacific by imposing drastic sanctions, six residential UN agencies and several more non-residential UN bodies are providing humanitarian assistance to the impoverished country. more…

Dr. Stefan Friedrich, Victoria-Charlotte Browning | September 20, 2017

„Where next for the European Union and transatlantic relations?"

European politics in an era of uncertainty. more…

Victoria-Charlotte Browning | Event Reports | September 3, 2017

The American Jewish Committee (AJC) on the importance of diplomatic outreach at the UN

Leaders of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) and members of the AJC’s Young Leadership Program (ACCESS) meet with KAS scholarship students to discuss advocacy efforts in the UN system. more…

Victoria-Charlotte Browning | Event Reports | August 31, 2017