Veranstaltungen

Online-Seminar

Belarus: What’s Next?

This online event aims to discuss the recent developments in the country, focusing on the radical change within Belarusian society, the driving force of the revolution.

Mass protests have rocked Belarus since the 9 August presidential election, with thousands of people marching in Minsk and other cities throughout the country, demanding the resignation of Alyaksandr Lukashenka. The unprecedented wave of unrest was triggered by the results of the election, that handed Lukashenka a crushing victory with 80% of the vote. His main challenger, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, and her supporters refused to recognise the validity of the result. In the first days after the vote, Belarusian authorities cracked down brutally on the protesters, detaining hundreds of protesters and prosecuting top activists. Many prominent members of the Coordination Council for the Transfer of Power have either been arrested or forced to leave the country. This online event aims to discuss the recent developments in the country, focusing on the radical change within Belarusian society, the driving force of the revolution. How can the EU support the nation’s transition to free and democratic elections? Will Putin give his unconditional support to the last dictator in Europe? These and other questions will be tackled during the discussion.

Event

Germany meets THE SILICON VALLEY OF EASTERN EUROPE

Conference

The conference is organized by the OAOEV, Representative Office of German Economy in Belarus and DBWC in cooperation with local Belarusian companies and organizations.

Diskussion

Germany meets THE SILICON VALLEY OF EASTERN EUROPE

The conference is organized by the OAOEV, Representative Office of German Economy in Belarus and DBWC in cooperation with local Belarusian companies and organizations.

Expertengespräch

The World HandCOV’d: UK - Strategic dilemmas facing the UK in the post-corona world

he pandemic of the new coronavirus is on everyone’s mind. Besides the conspicuous immediate implications for our personal lives the unprecedented events unfolding in front of us seem to have historical magnitude. Even though most analysts agree that the global outbreak of the coronavirus, as a virological phenomenon, is in itself hardly a game-changer for world affairs, it looks increasingly likely that the repercussions of the reactions by governments around the globe will have a significant impact on the international system beyond the pandemic. Among the multitude of ongoing transformations, some will accelerate while others might slow down, take a halt or change direction. But since hardly any of them are likely to remain completely unaffected, it is fair to say that international politics as a whole have fallen captive to COVID-19.

Expertengespräch

The World HandCOV’d: EAEU Strategic dilemmas facing the EAEU in the post-corona world

The pandemic of the new coronavirus is on everyone’s mind. Besides the conspicuous immediate implications for our personal lives the unprecedented events unfolding in front of us seem to have historical magnitude. Even though most analysts agree that the global outbreak of the coronavirus, as a virological phenomenon, is in itself hardly a game-changer for world affairs, it looks increasingly likely that the repercussions of the reactions by governments around the globe will have a significant impact on the international system beyond the pandemic. Among the multitude of ongoing transformations, some will accelerate while others might slow down, take a halt or change direction. But since hardly any of them are likely to remain completely unaffected, it is fair to say that international politics as a whole have fallen captive to COVID-19.

Expertengespräch

The World HandCOV’d: SCO - Strategic dilemmas facing the SCO in the post-corona world

The pandemic disruption is not likely to change our world altogether, but it will clearly have profound geopolitical implications, including for international security. In order to understand those possible implications, the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations and KAS Belarus are continuing a series of virtual panels that will zoom in on strategic dilemmas facing key pillars of international security in the post-corona world.

Diskussion

Coping with COVID - International Perspectives (Austria)

Fear, uncertainty, changes, disruption… These are the best words to describe today’s picture of the world. The Coronavirus has not left any country untouched and has already affected the lives of millions of people. Lockdown or open borders, quarantine or free movement, #stayathome or #donotpanic, indifference or calmness, anxiety or discretion, exaggeration or cautiousness? What is currently happening around the world? What strategies are the national governments adhering to? What is the public attitude towards the present situation? In this series of online discussions, we will explore these questions with the country office directors of KAS as well as discuss the pandemic’s future implications on the economic, political and social life in their countries.

Expertengespräch

The World HandCOV’d: UN - Strategic Dilemmas Facing the United Nations in the Post-COVID-19 World

The pandemic disruption is not likely to change our world altogether, but it will clearly have profound geopolitical implications, including for international security. In order to understand those possible implications, the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations and KAS Belarus are continuing a series of virtual panels that will zoom in on strategic dilemmas facing key pillars of international security in the post-corona world.

Diskussion

Coping with COVID-19: International Perspectives

Ninth session: Japan

Fear, uncertainty, changes, disruption… These are the best words to describe today’s picture of the world. The Coronavirus has not left any country untouched and has already affected the lives of millions of people. Lockdown or open borders, quarantine or free movement, #stayathome or #donotpanic, indifference or calmness, anxiety or discretion, exaggeration or cautiousness? What is currently happening around the world? What strategies are the national governments adhering to? What is the public attitude towards the present situation? In this series of online discussions, we will explore these questions with the country office directors of KAS as well as discuss the pandemic’s future implications on the economic, political and social life in their countries.

Expertengespräch

The World HandCOV’d: CSTO - Strategic dilemmas facing CSTO in the post-corona world

The pandemic disruption is not likely to change our world altogether, but it will clearly have profound geopolitical implications, including for international security. In order to understand those possible implications, the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations and KAS Belarus are continuing a series of virtual panels that will zoom in on strategic dilemmas facing key pillars of international security in the post-corona world.

3rd Workshop within the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 Series

Media training

On July 10-13 Klaipeda hosted the third session of the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 - a multi-part series of seminars and workshops organized by the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies together with Belarus country office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, and funded by the European Parliament.

Dritter Workshop des KAS-Martens Centre Diskussion Club im Jahre 2017

MEDIENTRAINING

Am 10. bis 13. Juli fand in Klaipeda der dritte Workshop des KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 – einer mehrteiligen Seminar- und Workshopreihe, die vom Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies gemeinsam mit dem Auslandsbüro Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organisiert und durch das Europäische Parlament unterstützt wird.

Die EU und ihre Nachbarn im Kontext der deutschen Bundestagswahlen

2. Praxisseminar für Nachwuchsjournalisten aus den Ländern der Östlichen Partnerschaft in Berlin

Vom 16. bis 21. Juni führte das Auslandsbüro Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung ein Praxisseminar für Nachwuchsjournalisten aus den Ländern der Östlichen Partnerschaft und Russland in Berlin durch.

2nd workshop within the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 series

Debate training

On June 19-21 Kaunas hosted the second session of the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 - a multi-part series of seminars and workshops organized by the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies together with Belarus country office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, and funded by the European Parliament.

1st workshop within the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 series

Focus on team work and leadership

On May 24 - 26 Vilnius hosted the kick-off event of the KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2017 - a multi-part series of seminars and workshops organized by the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies together with Belarus country office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, and funded by the European Parliament.

Blended-Learning-Kurs "Educate yourself on Europe"

Bildungsprogramm für belarussische Studierende und junge Berufstätige

Das Auslandsbüro Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hat im Mai 2017 den ersten Durchgang eines innovativen Lernprogramms über die Europäische Union abgeschlossen. Das mehrteilige Seminar wurde in Kooperation mit dem belarussischen Informationsportal Adukacyja.info durchgeführt.

Belarus in den modernen geopolitischen Prozessen

Internationale Konferenz in Minsk

Vom 30. bis 31.03.2017 veranstalteten das Insitut für Geschichte der Nationalen Wissenschaftsakademie von Belarus und das Auslandsbüro Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung internationale Konferenz „Belarus in den modernen geopolitischen Prozessen“ in Minsk.

Entwicklung eines Studienmoduls "Government relations" in Belarus

Partnerschaft mit dem Lehrstuhl für Politikwissenschaft der Belarussischen Staatlichen Universität Minsk

Sowohl von der internationalen Seite wie auch von innerbelarussischen Institutionen, darunter auch der Regierung in Minsk, wird seit mehreren Jahren nach einem stärkeren Dialog der staatlichen Strukturen und Interessengruppen in der Bevölkerung gesucht. Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Belarus hat dies zum Anlass genommen, eine Partnerschaft mit dem Lehrstuhl für Politikwissenschaft der Belarussischen Staatlichen Universität einzugehen und gemeinsam mit diesem ein Studienmodul „Government relations“ zu erarbeiten.

Eignet sich Minsk als Verhandlungsort für internationale Konflikte?

Interview mit Dr. Wolfgang Sender für "Novoje Wremja" (Ukraine)

Expertenbeitrag des Auslandsmitarbeiters für Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Dr. Wolfgang Sender, für einen Artikel der gedruckten Ausgabe der ukrainische Zeitung „Novoje Wremja“.

Interview der Zeitung "Nasha Niwa" mit Dr. Wolfgang Sender

Zur Arbeit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Belarus

In einem Interview mit der unabhängigen belarussischen Zeitung "Nasha Niwa" äußert sich der Auslandsmitarbeiter für Belarus der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Dr. Wolfgang Sender, zur Arbeit der Stiftung in Belarus und zur Zusammenarbeit zwischen der Republik Belarus und der Europäischen Union.