Veranstaltungen

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Fachkonferenz

Reformvorschläge zum libanesischen Verfassungsrat

Am 6. Mai 2016 fand in Beirut eine Fachkonferenz der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung über die Reform des libanesischen Verfassungsrates statt.

Fachkonferenz

Arab constitutional courts in the light of regional changes

Presidents of the constitutional courts of thirteen countries discuss reforms

From 28th to 29th of February, a congress organized by the Konrad Adenauer foundation took place in Jordan. The high-ranking participants discussed about reforms and challenges of Arab constitutional courts in light of regional changes.

Symposium

Herausforderungen und Reform der Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit in der arabischen Welt

13 arabische Länder diskutieren die Zukunft der Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit in der arabischen Welt

Am 28./29. Februar 2016 organisiert die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, in Partnerschaft mit dem jordanischen Verfassungsgericht und der Union der arabischen Verfassungsgerichte und -räte, eine regionale Fachkonferenz.

Ausstellung

Ganz nah aber weit genug

Flüchtlinge im Libanon

Trailer zur gleichnamigen Fotoausstellung, die ein Kooperationsprojekt des KAS-Auslandsbüros Libanon mit der Journalistischen Nachwuchsförderung (JONA) der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung ist.

Workshop

Legal Drafting

Good practices between the Lebanese and European perspectives

Under the Patronage of the Speaker of the Lebanese Parliament Mr. Nabih Berri, the EU-funded project "Support to Parliamentary Development in Lebanon" organised, in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, a workshop on Legal Drafting.

Buchpräsentation

Welcher Präsident für den Libanon?

Podiumsdiskusionn über die Präsidentschaftswahlen im Libanon

Am Freitag, 18. Dezember 2015 findet im Gebäude der Beirut Bar Association eine Podiumsdikussion über die Präsidentschaftswahlen im Libanon statt.

Forum

The Gender-Citizenship Nexus: Lebanese Family Status Law and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism

In partnership with Notre Dame University's Chair of Religious, Cultural and Philosophical Studies, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation is holding a panel discussion about the Family Status Law in light of the legal pluralism in Lebanon.

Event

Building Bridges Between Migrants and Lebanese to Fight Trafficking

On the occasion of the International Migrants Day, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Caritas Lebanon Migrants Center are organizing a public event for the launching of the book and animation clips on migrant workers and victims of human trafficking.

Workshop

Promoting Women’s Participation in Baalbeck

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation is working to increase the political participation of women at the local/municipal level.

Diskussion

Zivilehe im Libanon- eine umstrittene Angelegenheit

In Kooperation mit der juristischen und politikwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Lebanese University (LU) organisierte die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung eine Diskussion über die Zivilehe im Libanon in der Gegenwart von Me. Talal El Husseiny.

Medien, Justiz und gute Regierungsführung - ein komplexer Balanceakt

Online-Seminar in Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Saint-Jospeh in Beirut, Libanon

Am 25. November 2020 organisierte das Rechtsstaatsprogramm Naher Osten / Nordafrika in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Observatoire de la Fonction Publique et de la Bonne Gouvernance der Universität Saint-Joseph eine öffentliche Online-Debatte zum Thema "Medien, Jusitz und gute Regierungsführung - ein komplexer Balanceakt".

Radioprogramm "Die Verfassung für alle"

Moderiert von Marie Ghantous

Seit Oktober 2020 präsentiert das Rechtsstaatsprogramm Naher Osten / Nordafrika ein neues wöchentliches Radioprogramm auf dem libanesischen Radiosender „Radio Liban“. Unter dem Thema „Verfassung für alle” empfängt Dr. Marie Ghantous, Professorin für Völkerrecht, renommierte Verfassungsexperten, die unterhaltsame Einblicke in verfassungsrechtliche Themen und Entwicklungen im Libanon geben und dabei Fragen und Kommentare der Zuhörer live per Telefon, WhatsApp und Social Media beantworten.

Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit

Justiz im Zentrum der guten Regierungsführung

Am 15. Juli 2020 organisierte das Rechtsstaatsprogramm Naher Osten / Nordafrika in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Observatoire de la Fonction Publique et de la Bonne Gouvernance der Universität Saint-Joseph (USJ) ein Online-Seminar über die libanesische Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit. Unter dem Thema "Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit - Justiz im Zentrum der guten Regierungsführung" hatten Studierende und die breite Öffentlichkeit die Möglichkeit, sich mit Rechtsexperten und Vertretern der Zivilgesellschaft über aktuelle Herausforderungen und Reformperspektiven der Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit im Libanon auszutauschen.

Judicial Training in the MENA Region

Fundamental Principles and Practical Training for Judges

In cooperation with the Kuwait Institute for Judicial and Legal Studies, the Rule of Law Programme Middle East / North Africa of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organized the second conference on “Judicial Training in the MENA Region - Fundamental Principles and Practical Training for Judges - Regional and International Perspectives”, on December 3 and 4, 2019. The workshop held in Kuwait City focused on the significant role that the judicial training institute play in the performance development of the judges and prosecutors in-service by providing continuous education and training programs.

Constitutional Dialogue 2019

Decision-Making Processes in Constitutional Courts and Councils

With the worldwide development and consolidation of constitutional review procedures, constitutional courts and councils are increasingly confronted with highly political and controversial questions. In this regard, the quality of judicial decision-making processes plays an important role in preventing political polarization and rendering decisions in accordance to the constitution that at the same time remain within the societal consensus and do not reflect any prior bias.

Administrative Court Judges from the MENA Region in Munich

From the 10th to the 14th of November 2019, the Rule of Law Programme Middle East/ North Africa has organised a peer-to-peer study program for administrative judges from the MENA region in Munich, Germany. In the course of the 5-day program the delegation, consisting of 8 administrative judges from Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon and Kuwait, gained a deeper insight into the role and functioning of the German administrative judiciary as well as into the practical significance, procedures and every-day implementation of their work. During the program the participants had the possibility to attend several round tables and oral court hearings at the administrative court of Munich, the High Administrative Court of Bavaria, the Bavarian State Chancellery as well as the Bavarian Constitutional Court. Special emphasis was set on press services and the internal and external accessibility of judicial decisions.

Constitutional Control and the Rule of Law in the Middle East and North Africa

Presentation and Discussion of Findings (2017-2019)

Political stability, sustainable economic development, and the creation of opportunities for younger generations in North Africa and the Middle East are crucial for the future of Europe. Eight years after the Arab Spring, many parts of the region are still struggling with the consequences of armed conflict, an imbalance of power in favor of the executive, and challenges to the rule of law. At the same time, several countries have undertaken significant reforms. Initiatives to improve institutional structures and procedures are abundant. What does German and European foreign policy and development cooperation need to be aware of, and what can be done in order to foster the rule of law, efficient administration and a level of freedom that allows for investments, innovations and social peace in the region?

The Introduction of Ex-Post Constitutional Review Procedures

Developments, Challenges and Application Perspectives in Morocco

In March 2018, the Moroccan Constitutional Court has declared unconstitutional the draft organic law 18-65 on the Specific Judicial Review of Statues. This organic law shall specify the the 2011 Constitution, which introduced for the first time in the constitutional history of Morocco, a mechanism that allows any litigant to invoke the unconstitutionality of a law during a trial. The Council of Minister has presented in April 2019 a revised version to the Moroccan parliament for review.

Mapping Constitutional Control in the MENA Region (Final Symposium)

Recent Developments, Challenges and Reform Trends

The Rule of Law Programme Middle East / North Africa of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organized an international symposium on recent developments, challenges and reform trends regarding constitutional control in the MENA region, that brought together the results of a series of expert meetings which the regional Rule of Law Programme, together with the Arab Association for Constitutional Law, has carried out over the course of the last two years. The symposium was held from 15th to 17th April 2019, in Beirut, Lebanon.

The New Competences of the Administrative Judge

Local Authorities and the Powers of Administrative Courts

At the occasion of the first anniversary of the regional first instance administrative chamber courts in Tunisia, the Rule of Law Programme Middle East / North Africa of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with the Administrative Tribunal of Tunisia organized a two-day workshop, on April 1 and 2, 2019. The workshop held in Hammamet, Tunisia focused on the newly regulated “Local authorities and the powers of the administrative court”.