Events - Regional Programme Australia and the Pacific
There are currently no events planned.
Political Dialogue Program in Australia and New Zealand with Dr Klaus Schueler and Dr Peter Hefele
Tackling the New Challenges for Political Parties and Liberal Democracies in Changing Times
2019 Konrad Adenauer Lecture with Mr Elmar Brok - Member of the European Parliament (1980-2019)
“Quo vadis, Europe? Questions of Identity, Sovereignty and Responsibility”
As the longest serving member of the European Parliament (EP) for almost 40 years, Elmar Brok is widely credited for his significant contributions to EU foreign policy (Head of European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs for 13 years) and constitutional matters. Following his retirement from Parliament in June this year, Mr Brok was appointed Special Adviser to the outgoing EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on relations with Ukraine.
ASPI-KAS Roundtable on China, Berlin and Brussels (Germany and Belgium)
The Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) are joining forces for an expert dialogue on China.
5th Australia-Europe Counter-Terrorism Dialogue, Berlin and Brussels (Germany and Belgium)
Terrorism Realities Old and New: Assessing Continuing and Evolving Challenges
In cooperation with the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI, KAS' Regional Programme Australia and the Pacific will organize its 5th ASPI-KAS Australia-Europe Counter-Terrorism Dialogue in Berlin and Brussels from October 14 to 18 this year.
2nd KAS-EUCERS Energy Policy Dialogue, Auckland, Wellington, Sydney (New Zealand & Australia)
Energy Strategies: Germany, New Zealand & Australia – A Comparative Perspective
KAS Regional Programme Australia and the Pacific (KAS Australia) has organised in cooperation with the European Centre for Energy and Resources Security (EUCERS) (to be renamed into European Centre for Climate and Energy Security) its 2nd Energy Policy Dialogue. The Programme is scheduled to take place from 7 to 11 October 2019 in New Zealand and Australia. The aim of the Dialogue is to bring together policy makers, experts and business representatives from Australia, Germany and New Zealand to discuss current energy policy issues and possible solutions.
Political Parties in the South Pacific, Honiara Solomon Islands
Pacific Regional Conference Creating Inclusive Political Parties
Energy Policy Roundtable Discussion with German MP Carsten Mueller, Sydney Australia
Challenges in the Energy Policy Sector in Germany and Australia
Pacific Update, Suva
The Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre will host its Pacific Update with the support of KAS Regional Programme Australia and the Pacific again this year.
The multidisciplinary conference takes place from 3 to 5 July 2019 at the University of the South Pacific in Suva/Fiji.
Otago Foreign Policy School, Dunedin
KAS Regional Programme Australia and the Pacific is proud to support the University of Otago in New Zealand’s Foreign Policy School again this year.
The School provides a forum for discussion of current challenges and possible policy solutions.
2. Australia-Germany 1.5 Track Cybersecurity Dialogue, Berlin and Brussels
Cybersecurity has become a priority for political leaders and discussion around these issues is important amongst value-partners and allies to ensure economic and national security for their populations. After the success of our inaugural Cybersecurity Dialogue 2018 in Canberra, this year we are bringing a delegation of Australian cybersecurity experts to Berlin and Brussels.