Events - Foundation Office Israel
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Study and Information Program
Israel-Germany Jubilee Delegation
Israeli delegation to Germany
10 parliamentary advisors and assistant from Israel will be going to Germany for a study tour where they will research and meet with key figures representing Germany's political system.
EU Partnership for Peace PRL Project Peer Leadership Student Workshop
Peer Leadership Schüler Workshop
The PRL project is a peer-leadership program that promotes non-violent conflict resolution tolerance and mutual understanding (www.prlproject.org).
The Final Frontier: EU-Enlargement in the Balkans
CLOSED SIMULATION WORKSHOP
Closed simulation workshop by Tamir Sinai. More information to follow.
Operation Protective Edge – A Study in Asymmetric Warfare
Academics and decision-makers are invited for a discussion in order to facilitate an uninhibited exchange of ideas and a fertile learning environment regarding the challenges that liberal-democracies are facing in their struggle with terrorism.
Europe and Israel: New Shared Terrorist Threats and Opportunities for Cooperation
The continued instability in large parts of N. Africa and the M.East, the magnitude of new terrorist actors in this space, and increased flow of foreign fighters between Europe and MENA create new terrorist threats for Europe and Israel.
25-75-100: Two World Wars and One Falling Wall
The Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society at Ben‐Gurion University of the Negev and the Konrad‐Adenauer-Stiftung invite you to a KAS – BGU roundtable on: Two World Wars and One Falling Wall. Program pdf. attached.
PRL Project Training
EU-Partnerschaftsprogramm für Frieden
Teachers from Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Territories will come together in Haifa to train for the upcoming session of the EU co-sponsored project: Partners for Regional Leadership.
The Political Challenges of Jewish Pluralism in Israel
Exploring Jewish identity and its complexities is essential to understanding current political trends in Israel. Pluralistic Jewish movements and organization are in the process of political mobilization.
The EU Accession Process in South Eastern Europe and Minority Rights
"United in Diversity" By Dr. Jens Woelk
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Israel and the European Forum at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will be hosting a guest lecture at Beit Maiersdorf. The lecture is by Dr. Jens Woelk, Associate Professor in Comparative Constitutional Law
KAS-BGU Round on Managing Academic Internationalisation in Times of Crisis
The Bologna Training Center in the Center for the Study of European Politics & Society at Ben Gurion University and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung are hosting a closed session to discuss managing academic internationalisation in times of crisis.