Events - Foundation Office Israel
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Making Good Again? Cultural Approaches to Past Human Rights Abuses
Workshop on the 60th anniversary of the Reparations Agreement between West Germany and Israel, known in German as the 'Wiedergutmachung' – "making good (again)" - organized by the Minerva Center for Human Rights in cooperation with KAS Israel.
Customary International Law in International Criminal Tribunals
Lecture by Prof. Theodor Meron (President, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yougoslavia)
Orientalism and Occidentalism Reconsidered
In this international workshop we aim to focus on the deep, underlying attitudes of Orientalism and Occidentalism. Is it possible to detect developments that occurred over the last few decades and have the events of the Arab Spring left their mark?
Transitions in/to Democracy: Contemporary Chances and Challenges
Joint Conference of KAS Israel and the Minerva Center or Human Rights
The discourse on transitional justice in Israel is still in its infancy, and this conference is intended to make a significant contribution with both local and global implications.
"The Destruction of the European Jews"
International Day Symposium in cooperation with Yad Vashem, marking the Hebrew publication of the standard work by Prof. Raul Hilberg
Palestinian-Israeli Joint Initiatives for Peace
Past, Present and Future Perspectives
The event honors the decades-long efforts Dr. Gershon Baskin and Mr. Hanna Siniora in their work with IPCRI and presents the new perspectives of Mrs. Riman Barakat and Mr. Dan Goldenblatt, who form the new leadership of IPCRI.
The Crisis of Governance in the Middle East
Implications for Democracy, Development, and Security
Since the advent of the Arab revolts in early 2011, debates are underway whether the region will see greater political openness or new forms of authoritarianism. The guiding question is therefore: what government is emerging in the Middle East?
Changes in Jewish-Christian Relations in the West
What do they mean for Jewish-Christian Relations in the Holy Land?
Public symposium on interreligious relations
Germany and Germans in Jerusalem
A Conference at Mishkenot Sha'ananim
Joint conference of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Israel, the Konrad Adenauer conference center, the Jerusalem Foundation and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Israel on the role and the impact of Germany and Germans in Jerusalem
A European Jewish Perspective on Israel Today
Joint workshop of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society at Ben-Gurion University with guest lecturers Dr. Diana Pinto and Dr. Dominique Moïsi.