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Application deadline on May 15,2016

The Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation funds a 12-month research stay for a Fellow at theEuropean Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) at King's College London.The candidate has to be Mexican. The Fellowship includes funding which will pay a monthlystipend of £1,807 for the fellow, university fees and a conference subsistence. In the case ofcurrent PhD students at another institution in Mexico, the monthly stipend will be of £1,954.During the selection process, preference will be given to enrolled PhD students. For more information, please see the PDF below.

Regional Energy Integration:

geopolitical and climate challenges

To contribute for facing the climatic and geopolitical challenges of the Latin American energy integration, and as a follow-up to the debates held at the international conference organized in partnership between the Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change in Latin America of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (EKLA-KAS) and the Brazilian Centre for International Relations (CEBRI), with the support of the Asociación Civil de Estudios Populares (ACEP), we have organised this publication, intended to present an overview of the main topics discussed.


A discussion paper for practitioners

Document made by Responsible Investment Programme (PIR) of A2G Climate Partners and Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change in Latin America (EKLA) of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS).

EKLA in deutschen Medien

Beiträge aus dem EKLA-KAS Team



Historically, Latin America represents a small share of global production - less than 5% - with Venezuela and Mexico being the players with global representation. However, factors such as the discovery of a world-class oil province in Brazil, the expectation of developing unconventional gas in Argentina and the opening of the oil and gas industry in Mexico, after more than seventy years of monopoly by the state-owned company have attracted the interest of global players to the region.

Will the expansion of wind and solar energy sources resist the fall in oil prices?

A look at Latin America and the Caribbean

This paper presents an energy outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean without losing track of the global perspective and its influential elements, such as the environmental crisis and the global economic scene. This paper is dedicated to the debate on the recent history of oil prices and the challenges that LA&C will face if low oil prices persist and the world’s economy continues to perform poorly. Twelve recommendations that aim to extenuate the effects of oil price’s variation on Latin American energy policies are presented.


Young people in the definition of National Contributions in Latin America and the Caribbean countries

The study was prepared by the Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change in Latin America (EKLA) of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) with the iniciative "Generation+1" of Libélula, Communication and Climate Change Management.

Der Klimagenerationenvertrag

Ergebnisse der COP21 und Lateinamerika

Nach dem Gipfel von Rio de Janeiro 1992 hat es bis heute 23 Jahre gedauert, einen Vertrag zum Schutz des Klimas und damit der Sicherung der Lebensgrundlagen zukünftiger Generationen zu entwickeln, dem alle Vertragsstaaten der Klimarahmenkonvention zustimmten.


Newsletter N°2 EKLA-KAS.

Sustainability in the Atacama Region:

a future that comprises three countries

In 2014, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Asociación Civil de Estudios Populares organized a series of seminars in order to discuss new challenges of local policies for sustainable human development. The cycle was attended by leading political actors and experts from the three countries comprising the Atacama-Lipez region, Argentina, Bolivia and Chile. This publication is dedicated to providing the general public with information on the main discussions of the seminar series Atacama-Lipez and to expand the scope of the debate.

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"In der Wesermarsch, aus aller Welt"

Workshop Moderationstraining

Zum Auftakt des dreijährigen Projektes "In der Wesermarsch, aus aller Welt!' fand am Freitag und Samstag, 18. und 19. August, in Brake ein Workshop über Kommunikationsstrategien statt. Das Herrmann-Ehlers-Bildungsforum Weser-Ems fördert das Projekt und gestaltete den Auftaktworkshop mit dem Projektteam.  Als Referent führte Dr. Thomas Thielen durch das Programm, bei dem es um Interview-Schulungen, Übungen zur Moderation von Gesprächen und operativ aufmerksame Kommunikation ging. 


In dem Projekt geht es um Lebensgeschichten sowohl junger als auch älterer Menschen, die filmisch aufgezeichnet, dokumentiert und öffentlich präsentiert werden. Dabei sollen Generationen in den Dialog treten - für eine vielfältige und offene Gesellschaft. Im ersten Workshop wurde das Projektteam für diese Interviewsituationen geschult. Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer kamen aus der Wesermarsch und umzu, zudem nahmen Schülerinnen und Schüler der Zinzendorfschule  aus Tossens teil. In dem zeitägigen Workshop wurde kreativ in Einzel- und Gruppenarbeit, in Simulationen die Interviewsituation geübt. Nach dem Workshop geht es im Projekt weiter mit ersten Interviews.

Country Reports

Short political reports of the KAS offices abroad

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a political foundation. Our offices abroad are in charge of over 200 projects in more than 120 countries. The country reports offer current analyses, exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts - provided by our international staff.

Country Reports with a Difference

Research on “Education of people with disabilities” around the world

People with disabilities are also among the most marginalised groups in the education system, and not only in the so-called developing countries. In recent years, it has become clear that education is one of the key prerequisites for sustainable development. Not least, the 2030 Agenda, with its guiding principle of “Leaving no one behind”, calls on us to focus our attention on this issue - also and especially in our work abroad.


What is the situation regarding access to education in the various countries in which we are active? To what extent do people with disabilities have the same access opportunities as non-disabled people? What difficulties do people face, what hurdles do they have to overcome and how can we, as a foundation, contribute to giving people with disabilities equal access to (‘civic’) education and to our programmes?


Our publication series “Country Reports with a Difference” aims to report on the current state of access to education for people with disabilities. Our overseas offices research the situation and developments in various countries. Through our reports, we can raise awareness of the inequalities that unfortunately still too often exist and bring more attention to the issue of inclusion.

Event Reports

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, its educational institutions, centres and foreign offices, offer several thousand events on various subjects each year. We provide up to date and exclusive reports on selected conferences, events and symposia at In addition to a summary of the contents, you can also find additional material such as pictures, speeches, videos or audio clips.

Vietnam Quarterly Macroeconomic Report Quarter 3 - 2018

Viet Nam's economy maintained its growth momentum, growing at 6.88% (yoy) in Q3/2018. For the first nine months of the year, economic growth was 6.98% with a solid recovery of agriculture, forestry, fisheries and services (3.65% and 6.89%, respectively) and the 8.89% impressive growth of industry and construction area. Under the current situation, economic growth in the whole year is likely to exceed 6.8%.