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Understanding Germany's Upcoming Elections

KAS Israel and the Israel Council on Foreign Relations cordially invite you to a in-depth conversation

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Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021

„Politics and trust“

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

Forum

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Arab Leadership Program with Shaharit

Opening Ceremony

Study and Information Program

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Tech2Peace and KAS Alumni Dialogue Seminar

Dialogue Seminar with Google4Startups

Online-Seminar

Fighting Hate from Home

The Day after COVID 19 Pandemic

Together with the Anti-Defamation League, KAS Israel is hosting a series of discusions on how the ADL is standing up to antisemitism and extremism by sharing facts and showing strength

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International Cyber Cooperation & Competition in the COVID-19 Era

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Israel cordially invites you to attend our virtual dialogue meeting

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On the Eve of 2021: Iran Prepares for New Administrations in Washington and Tehran

The INSS Iran Program, in cooperation with Konard Adenauer Stiftung Israel, invites you to its Annual Conference.

Expert conference

Populism & Governmental Corruption Conference

in partnership with the Israel Democracy Insitute

Study and Information Program

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Tech2Peace and KAS Alumni Dialogue Seminar

Dialogue Seminar with Google4Startups

Expert conference

Rising Temperatures, Rising Tension: Climate Change and the Future of the Middle East

The Institute for National security Studies (INSS) and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel (KAS Israel) invite the public to an online conference

Gemeinsame Vision für das Heilige Land als Basis für den Frieden

KAS/IPNP-Workshop

Religion kann als eine Basis für Mäßigung und Frieden im Nahen Osten dienen. Das war der Tenor einer Diskussionsveranstaltung, welche die KAS und „Israeli-Palestinian Negotiation Partners“ (IPNP) jetzt im Konrad-Adenauer-Konferenzzentrum in Jerusalem veranstalteten. Darin traten Ben Mollov, Bar-Ilan-Universität, und Walid Mustafa, Universität Bethlehem, der landläufigen Meinung entgegen, man solle Religionsfragen aus dem Friedensprozess ausklammern, da dies ein Rezept für das Scheitern jeglicher Bemühungen sei.

Empowering Immigrant Women

KAS/IWN Workshop

The annual conference of the “Eshet Chayil” project (in Hebrew: Successful Women) took place at Beit Dany in Tel Aviv on March 16, 2008. More than 300 immigrant women representing Caucasian and Bukharian communities from all over Israel attended the event which was organized by the Israel Women’s Network in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

60 Jahre Israel

KAS/JCPA-Konferenz

Veranstaltung der KAS Israel zum 60. Jahrestag der Staatsgründung Israels.

Denkanstöße für Multiplikatoren

KAS/Heskem-Seminar mit Parlamentsassistenten

Vom 3. bis 4. April 2008 organisierte die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung zusammen mit Heskem ein Seminar für dreißig israelische parlamentarische Assistenten und Beratern von Ministern. Das Seminar ist Bestandteil einer seit zwei Jahren laufenden Seminarreihe, an der junge Israelis teilnehmen, die in der Knesset mit Abgeordneten und Kabinettsangehörigen zusammenarbeiten.

Religion und Rechtsstaat im Nahen Osten

KAS-Regionalkonferenz in Amman

Gemeinsamkeiten hervorheben – Unterschiede respektieren. In diesem Tenor eröffnete SKH Prinz El Hassan bin Talal die internationale Konferenz „Religion und Rechtsstaat im Nahen Osten“ vom 27. bis 28. Februar 2008 in Amman. Zum Auftakt sprachen darüber hinaus Kamal Nasser, Jordaniens Minister für politische Entwicklung, und Frank Spengler, stellv. Hauptabteilungsleiter Internationale Zusammenarbeit der KAS. SKH Prinz Hassan hob in seiner Eröffnungsrede hervor, dass die „Kultur des Hasses“ der Extremisten auf einer Ablehnung jeder etablierten Ordnung beruhe.

Supporting the Annapolis Process

KAS/IPCRI STAT Workshop in Nazareth

From February 15 – 16, 2008 Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its partner IPCRI organized a meeting with the Strategic Thinking and Analysis Team (STAT) consisting of Israeli and Palestinian scholars and political advisers to form negotiations support teams which will promote the peace negotiations. The time factor is crucial: following the Annapolis meeting, an agreement is supposed to be reached within a year. Regarding the broad spectrum of complex issues and the slow pace of the negotiations since November 2007, major efforts will have to be made by the negotiators to meet that deadline.

EVP-Delegation trifft Staatspräsident und Knessetpräsidentin

KAS-Programm für Europaparlamentarier

Erstmals hat eine Delegation der Europäischen Volkspartei Israel und die Palästinensischen Autonomiegebiete besucht.

Exchange of Experience between chairpersons of Knesset and Bundestag

Program in Germany for Israeli politicians

On invitation of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung a delegation of chairpersons of Knesset committees visited Germany from January, 13-20, 2008. The delegation was headed by Menachem Ben Sasson of the Kadima Party, who chairs the Committee for Constitution, Law, and Justice. The delegation was composed of members of Kadima (David Tal) and of the coalition partners Gil (Itshac Galantee) and Israel Beteinu (Sofa Landver). Moreover, for the first time a member of the ultra-orthodox Shas party, Amnon Cohen, joined a KAS delegation. Cohen is the Deputy Speaker of the Knesset. The trip aimed at supporting dialogue between the German and the Israeli Parliament, establishing personal contacts between parliamentarians, especially between chairpersons of committees. Thus, the goal was to provide a platform for the exchange of experience concerning the proceedings in the respective Parliaments.

Reality Check for the "Future Vision" Documents

KAS/KAP Conference

One year ago Arab intellectuals and members of several NGOs in Israel met and published a number of documents under the title of "The Future Vision of Palestinian-Arabs in Israel". The documents present a completely new position of Israeli Arabs vis-à-vis the State of Israel. The phrasing aims no longer at the submissive integration into Israel’s Jewish society hoping for equal treatment in return. On the contrary, it challenges the Jewish character of the State of Israel demanding the acknowledgement of the Arab minority as an autonomous entity with a particular culture and separate laws. These documents received divided attention. First, they were discussed in public, before – intentionally or not – public interest faded away. However, KAS and its Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation understood this as a watershed event in the history of the Arab citizens of Israel and possibly for the character of the state. Therefore, we decided to closely follow the repercussions of these documents on a continuing basis.

A Landmark for Freedom and Justice

Symposium on the the Contribution of the Eichmann Trial to International Criminal Law

Hardly any other case tried in an Israeli court has had as far-reaching implications as the 1961 Eichmann trial. This was emphasized during a symposium organized by KAS Jerusalem and its partner, the Minerva Center for Human Rights. International experts and approximately 200 participants discussed how the trial influenced the development of both international criminal law and socio-psychological identities in Israel and the world. The symposium was held to honor Gabriel Bach, the deputy prosecutor in the Eichmann trial, who celebrated his 80th Birthday. Justice Bach has been a close partner of KAS Jerusalem for many years.