Events

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Seminar

Human rights training for leaders of SATPOL-PP units

Second human rights training for leaders of SATPOL-PP units in cooperation with the Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs

Workshop

Mental strengthening for female MPs

Workshop on mental strengthening for female members of parliament in cooperation with Arveo Pionir Mediatama

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Mental strengthening for female MPs

Workshop on mental strengthening for female members of parliament in cooperation with Swara Parang Puan Manado

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Workshop on professional ethics for Indonesian judges

Workshop on professional ethics for Indonesian judges

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The People's Expectations Towards Their New Government's Environmental Conservation Program

Seminar in cooperation with Yayasan Perspektif Baru on the expectations of young Indonesians towards the climate and energy policy of their new government. The event is held in Bahasa Indonesia.

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Enhancing the Writing Skills in Order to Promote Human Rights

Alumni-program on the relation between religion and human rights in cooperation with the Centre for the Study of Religion and Culture. The event is held in Bahasa Indonesia.

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Post-Graduate Course on the Social Market Economy

Post-Graduate Course on the Social Market Economy with economists and journalists from all over Indonesia

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Seminar on the Social Market Economy

Seminar on the Social Market Economy for politicians from the KAS partner parties CNRT and PD (with Prof. Marcus Marktanner, USA, and others)

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KAS-Partnerkonferenz 2014

Jährlich stattfindende Partnerkonferenz der KAS Indonesien und Ost-Timor

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Menschenrechtstraining für leitendes SATPOL-PP-Personal

Menschenrechtstraining für Leiter von Satpol-PP-Einheiten (mit dem Indonesischen Innenministerium KEMDAGRI)

International Hybrid-Seminar on the topic of Regional Economic Recovery

Together with the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Penabulu Foundation, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organized a hybrid seminar on the topic: "Regional Economic Recovery" in Palembang, South Sumatra. The event, in which forty participants from the provincial government of South Sumatra attended and almost five hundred participants were connected online, used best practices from Germany and Japan to show possible options for economic recovery after an economic crisis.

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5th German-Asian Business Dialogue

The Future Of The International Order Is Decided In Asia

German-Asian cooperation possesses abundant potential for maintaining the rules-based international order and keeping global trade routes open – requirements for both regions’ prosperity. Which challenges are governments and businesses in the Indo-Pacific and Germany facing under Covid-19? What lessons have been learned?

4. Deutsch-Indonesischer Strategiedialog

Charting Bilateral and International Cooperation for Resilience in Health Crisis

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Indonesia has been conducting for four years in Jakarta a German-Indonesian strategy dialogue together with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

Strengthening the Competences and Abilities of Women MPs at the Indonesian Parliament

Since 2008, KAS in cooperation with his Indonesian partners, has been providing training for female parliament members at national and regional level. This is intended to strengthen the role of women in Indonesian politics.

Social and Ecological Market Economy in the Indonesian Context

In collaboration with the Paramadina University, KAS organized a seminar on the principles of social and ecological market economy for employees and decision-makers of the provincial government of Jakarta. The Governor of Jakarta, Anies Baswedan, referred in his opening remarks to the similarities with the five basic principles of the Indonesian national ideology Pancasila and described the German economic model as an inspiration for economic policy reforms in the Special Capital Region of Jakarta.

3rd Germany – Indonesia Strategic Dialogue

„Promoting Common Interests through the Non-Permanent Membership in the United Nations Security Council“

With the aim of bringing together experts and decision-makers from Germany and Indonesia for a dialogue on common security interests and strategic challenges for the future, every year KAS Indonesia organizes the Germany-Indonesia Strategic Dialogue in Jakarta in cooperation with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

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„Wir müssen junge Indonesier noch stärker fördern“

Stv. Generalsekretär Dr. Gerhard Wahlers zu Gesprächen in Indonesien

Indonesien ist der größte muslimische Staat der Welt. Mehr als 40 Prozent der Bevölkerung ist unter 24 Jahre. Im Rahmen einer Diskussionsveranstaltung mit Vizepräsident Jusuf Kalla in Jakarta hat sich der stv. Generalsekretär Dr. Gerhard Wahlers daher für ein stärkeres Engagement im Bereich der Jugendförderung ausgesprochen. Die KAS feiert in diesem Jahr ihr 50. Jubiläum in Indonesien.

2. Germany – Indonesia Strategic Dialogue

TOPIC: MARITIME SECURITY

The Germany-Indonesia Strategy Dialogue, the fruit of collaboration between Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), was continued through a second workshop in Jakarta that took place on 5-6 November 2018. The main focus of the presentation and discussion is “Maritime Security“.

Cyber Incident Simulation for Decision Makers in Indonesia

WORKSHOP IN COOPERATION WITH THE INDONESIAN SECURITY COUNCIL

Security in the digital age is becoming an increasingly important and complex topic which for the Indonesian Government is currently of primary importance. It is not just about the protection of strategic infrastructure,communication channels and financial systems, but also the protection of the society and democracy against harmful attacks and effects from the cyberspace.

Seminar on "The Role of Government and Pesantren in Countering Terrorism/Extremism"

was held on Friday, 25 May 2018 by Center for the Study of Religion and Culture (CSRC) UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, in collaboration with the Alliance of Pesantren for Peace and supported by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung at Grand Cemara Hotel Jakarta.