Regional Office Gulf States in cooperation with the Yemen Polling Center organise a workshop in Amman on conflict-sensitive reporting for committed Yemeni journalists and activists currently based all around the world.
Cooperation between Antagonists
The time has come for the Gulf Cooperation Council to agree on a joint foreign policy towards Iran – a challenge considering the Gulf States’ particular national interests and the diverging signals coming from the two regional big players Saudia Arabia and the United States.
DIALOGUE WITH THE MUSLIM WORLD
Experts from Europe and the Gulf discuss ways to overcome prejudices between Islam and the West.
Since June 2009, KAS has been represented in the Gulf States. Priority is given to the political dialogue within the region and with Europe, as well as to questions of civil society engagement and participation. Further, issues relating to the framework of the economic system and to social market economy are addressed.
|Nov. 29 - Dec. 1
Annual conference at the Dead Sea with a focus on the international refugee and migration crisis
|Nov. 17 - 18
Political and Legislative Performance
|Oct. 25 - 27
Saudi Arabia: Promoting Career Opportunities for Young Professionals
|Sep. 27 - 30
Sharing Insights on Europe’s Key Partner in the Middle East
Journalist or activist? Young Yemenis learn about the basics of conflict-sensitive media coverage
Yemen remains in a state of unrest. Non-governmental organisations and independent journalists struggle to provide help in Yemen, being increasingly hindered by aggressive behaviour of various conflict parties. Having been once [...]
The Gulf States’ Complex Relationship With Iran
With the election of Hassan Rohani as president of Iran in 2013 and the nuclear dispute settlement between Iran and the E3+3 being under way, the Arabic-Iranian relationship has experienced a break with tradition. The time has [...]
A TALE OF TWO CONFLICTING CULTURES AND EXPERIENCES?
Over the past years, hostility towards Islam in Europe as well as scathing attacks on Western values have created the wide-spread impression that “Islam” and “the West” are two inherently incompatible and irreconcilable cultures. [...]