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Teaching the Holocaust in Greece

Seminar for Greek educators on different approaches on how to teach the Holocaust at school

Thessaloniki International Symposium in World Affairs

Greece in a world of turbulence

Second symposium on international affairs

"Die dringlichsten Reformen sind die unangenehmsten"

Auf dem Weg zu Stabilität und Wachstum in Europa

Gefühlt beherrscht die Krise die öffentliche Diskussion schon lange. Doch was ist in den unterschiedlichen Ländern Europas seit Ausbruch der Krise geschehen und welche Art von Reformen hat Früchte getragen? Über Lehren und Herausforderungen sprachen internationale Experten bei einer Diskussion der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in der Berliner Humboldt-Box.

Young politicians from Germany visited Athens

Under the slogan „Greece: The Unknown Neighbour - Politics, Society, Economics“, KAS Athens invited young politicians from Germany, among them two newly elected MPs, to Greece. The three-day dialogue programme was concerned with current political developments and the reform process in Greece as well as with the future role of the country as a European transportation hub.

Europe: Political Union or Trade Bloc?

DIALOGUE WITHOUT BORDERS: A GREEK-GERMAN LIVE DEBATE BETWEEN THESSALONIKI AND MAINZ

After the great success of the first Dialogue without Borders between Patras and Hamburg, IDEA and KAS Athens organised a second live debate – this time between Thessaloniki and Mainz.

KAS / Urban

Post-Wall Europe needs to become “Europe for all”

Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council, gave the fourth State of Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

24 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy expressed in Berlin his concerns over the challenges Europe is facing today. In front of 600 invited people at the Allianz Forum in Berlin, Van Rompuy warned against growing populism on the European continent and the rising of distrust. “Populism and nationalism cannot provide the answer to the challenges of our time”.

KAS scholars from Germany visited Athens

Presentation and discussion about the Greek party system

During their study trip to Greece in October 2013, scholars of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung from Germany visited KAS Athens to inform themselves about the Greek party system.

THE CHANCES OF THE EUROPEAN JOB MARKET

Roundtable on the future European job market

Following an invitation by the Karamanlis Institute for Democracy (KKID) and KAS Athens, representatives from politics and business met in Athens in October 2013 to discuss with both Raimund Becker, Member of the Board of the German Federal Employment Agency in Nuremberg, and Theodoros Ambatzoglou, the Governor of OAED Manpower Employment Organization in Athens, the chances and challenges of the European job market.

„Eine verlorene Jugend bedeutet eine verlorene Zukunft“

Junge Erwachsene diskutieren beim Jugendkongress über die Zukunft Griechenlands und Deutschlands.

Über Lösungsansätze zur Bekämpfung der Krise Griechenlands und der damit verbundenen Verantwortung der europäischen Mitgliedsstaaten diskutierten deutsche und griechische Jugendliche mit Vertretern aus Politik und Wirtschaft beim zweitägigen Jugendkongress der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

Starting Up - Chances and Challenges

Roundtable discussion at the 1st Careers Fair of the German School in Athens

Within the scope of the 1st Careers Fair at the German School of Athens in mid-September 2013, KAS Athens organised a workshop on the opportunities and challenges of starting up. Moreover, visitors could inform themselves about the work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its projects and initiatives in Greece at the stand of KAS Athens.