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Book presentation

Digital Booklet Launch

Using the Past to Define the Present: An Introduction to Memory Politics in Canada & Europe


EU Policy Talk: Are EU Sanctions Effective?

Public Lecture

Expert conference

Addressing the Past - Shaping the Future: Memory Politics in Europe and Canada


Expert conference

Open Access Publishing: A New Era in Scholarly Communication

Hybrid Conference


Youth Without Representation

Hybrid Workshop


Building A Network with an Eye on Ukraine

Online Event


Public Views of Immigration and Diversity: Causes and Consequences for Policy



G7 Strengthening Security & Sustainability: German & Canadian Contributions

In Person & Online Event

What have Germany and Canada done at home and in the G7, and what can they do in the G7 now, to strengthen national and human security and ecological sustainability, in mutually supportive ways?


Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021

„Politics and trust“

The work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation: focusing on participation, representation, security, and innovation.


Konrad Adenauer Research Chair in Empirical Democracy Studies

Zoom Launch Event

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The Canadian Press

December Briefing

Mit einem neuen Dreijahresplan für die Einwanderung will die Regierung um Justin Trudeau die Einwanderungszahlen für die Jahre 2024 bis 2026 stabilisieren. Damit wechselt sie ihren bisherigen Kurs, der auf stetig steigende Einwanderungszahlen setzte. Während die Regierung in Ottawa in der Einwanderung das Allheilmittel für die kanadische Wirtschaft sieht, sinkt erstmals die traditionell breite Akzeptanz für die hohen Einwanderungszahlen in der Bevölkerung. Warum immer mehr Zuwanderung, wenn schon jetzt nicht ausreichend Wohnraum zur Verfügung steht, Millionen Menschen keinen Hausarzt haben und es nicht genug Schulplätze gibt? Dringende Fragen für das Land, welches im Westen für seine Einwanderungspolitik bewundert wird.

The Energy Partnership Between Canada and Germany

Opportunities and Challenges

In March 2021 Canada and Germany committed to establishing an energy partnership. This was followed in August 2022 by a joint announcement of a Canada-Germany Hydrogen Alliance. As the world embarks on a transformational path toward decarbonized energy systems and wars in the Ukraine and the Middle East remind us of the complex entanglements of politics, energy, and the environment, in what follows, the bilateral energy partnership will be analyzed to determine the nature and future of this partnership.


October Briefing

Drug policy and drug reality in Canada - the example of Vancouver

The KAS Canada Briefings are special reports that deal with important national issues.

Immigration and the Public

Centre for Migration Studies Working Paper Series 2023/5

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September Briefing

Young Canadians’ Biggest Fears

KAS Canada Briefings are monthly reports that address prominent national issues.

KAS Canada/Annika Weikinnis

Worst poll results since 2015: Justin Trudeau becomes a burden for his party

Canada's Conservatives are riding a mood high

The dissatisfaction of the Canadian population with their governing party and its leader has reached new depths. There seems to be no end in sight to the Liberals' 15-month slide. The popularity of both the party and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has steadily declined, and the latest results of opinion polls by Canada's leading institutes are not likely to reassure the Liberals' worried base. At the same time, the Conservatives (CPC) under their charismatic leader Pierre Poilievre are basking in poll results that currently even suggest that a majority government for the party, which has remained in opposition since 2015, is possible.


Das Accessibility Institute in Ottawa

Inklusion in Kanada

Das Kennenlernen von Unterstützungsmaßnahmen für behinderte Menschen in Kanada stand im Mittelpunkt eines Dialogprogramms des Auslandsbüros Kanada, das Clauspeter Hill, stellvertretender Hauptabteilungsleiter EIZ, und Barbara Bergmann, Vertrauensperson für Menschen mit Behinderung und Referentin für Inklusionsfragen in der HA EIZ, vom 17. bis 20. Juni in Ottawa absolvierten.

Canada-Germany Resource Security: Navigating in a Changing World Order

Our approach to this report included an environmental scan of current media related to the Canada-Germany relationship and energy landscape, a review of relevant public opinion research, and insight from in-depth interviews with policy and sector experts in Canada and Germany.

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Why Charles III will not also be Charles the Last for Canada

Despite Canadians' discomfort with the monarchy and their British king: for now, the crown is not replaceable

On May 2, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the target of an unusual attack. During Question Period of the Canadian House of Commons, Rhéal Éloi Fortin, a member of the opposition Bloc Québécois (BC) from the French-speaking part of Canada, expressed his disapproval of the Prime Minister's participation in the coronation of Charles III on May 6 in London. Trudeau had therefore specially adjusted his schedule and left the concurrent party convention of his governing Liberals only after the first day, May 4, in order to arrive in Europe on time. "He could have sent someone in his place, such as a minister, but his priority is to prostrate himself before the king," Fortin shouted loudly into the chamber. By then, however, Trudeau had already left it, and his Canadian Heritage Minister had to fend off the attack. True, as a regional party, the BC has traditionally been anti-British and anti-monarchist - as early as the 18th century, France had to cede large parts of its Canadian possessions to Great Britain. But Fortin's contribution, placed specifically at the start of Coronation Week in Great Britain, tapped into a currently quite measurable antipathy throughout Canada toward the British monarchy and its still authoritative role in the country.

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The Canadians look ahead with mixed feelings

Economic and social issues dominate the demoscopic picture at the start of 2023 - and Prime Minister Trudeau gets poor marks

Traditionally, the relevant Canadian polling institutes present the results of their most important, latest surveys at the beginning of the year. They serve as a barometer of the population's mood on key issues for the coming twelve months. At the beginning of 2023, probably the most important finding from the wealth of data is that Canadians feel that they and their country are in a permanent crisis. The reasons for this are manifold and have both geopolitical and domestic political backgrounds. Politicians seem to have failed so far to effectively counter the pessimistic trend, neither through people nor through policy designs. However, the survey results also contain some paradoxes.

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