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The 2015 Jasmine Conference

Women-owned Businesses: Present Successes and Future Challenges

Organized by KAS Israel and Jasmine, the 2015 Jasmine conference for women-owned business will be hosted in Acre, as a symbol of coexistence and strengthening women in northern Israel. Registration:


The First Regional Youth Conference on Peace and Sustainability


YOCOPAS will be a regional youth conference with workshops,lectures & presentations revolving around the topic of education, youth responsibility & tolerance. The conference will also be a networking event for organizations dealing with these topics.


50 years of german-israeli diplomatic relations

Historische Verantwortung und gemeinsame Zukunft

50 Jahre diplomatische Beziehungen zwischen Deutschland und Israel


“Germany Unbound? Reunification and its Aftermath”

Guest Lecture by State Sec. (ret.) Michael Mertes, Germany

This lecture will focus on Germany's domestic issues, the Maastricht Treaty and the Euro and the never-ending story of German reticence with regard to NATO's out-of-area operations (from former Yugoslavia to Afghanistan).


Israel Energy & Business convention 2015

The Israel Energy & Business Convention, held for the 13th consecutive year, is the main energy forum in Israel.the convention will assemble hundreds of representatives from the Energy industry.


Addressing inter-religious Tensions - Holy Sites in the Holy Land

Please register: jeru@sfcg.orgEntrance free of charge. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

Expert conference

The Akko Convention on Urbanism

In Vorbereitung auf UN-Habitat III

KAS Israel is delighted to take part in the Akko Convention on Urbanism that aims to bring together stakeholders from all relevant sectors and disciplines in order to foster a public dialogue on urbanism and to advance the national urban policy.

Expert conference

Reassessing Developments in the Laws of Armed Conflict

Taking stock of 10 years of conferences on International Humanitarian Law

10th Annual Conference on International Humanitarian Law (IHL)- The Minerva Center for Human Rights at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in cooperation with the KAS Israel.


50 Jahre deutsch-israelische Beziehungen, Erinnerungen eines Zeitzeugen

Gesprächsrunde mit Prof. Dr. h. c. Erwin Teufel, Ministerpräsident a.D.

Am 5. November veranstaltet die KAS Israel mit Ministerpräsident a.D., Prof. Dr. Erwin Teufel, eine prägende Figur der deutschen Politik sowie einen großen Freund Israels eine abendliche Diskussion mit Israelis und in Israel ansässigen Deutschen.


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Religious Education in the Era of Climate Change: A Summit of Conscience

סדנה סגורה. למוזמנים בלבד.

The closed workshop addresses seminary deans and educators to promote ideas and action plans for faith-based environmental education in seminaries and theological schools in the Holy Land.

Democracy, Trust and Mistrust

On October 27-28, 2021 KAS Israel held in cooperation with the IDI - Israel Democracy Institute  and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem it’s second online Yaron Ezrahi Conference on the topic: 'Democracy, Trust and Mistrust'

COVID19-Multi-Country Study Research Results

The world is changing rapidly. More rapidly than we have ever experienced. Every country is under a similar threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each country is responding differently and the rate of infection and mortality rates differ from country to country. We know what the Governments are doing and this survey helps us understand what people in each country think about it.

Populism in times of pandemics – a chance or danger for democracies?

On April 7th, 2020 the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s (KAS) office Israel organized an online panel discussion on “Populism in times of pandemics – a chance or danger for democracies?” bringing together experts from Germany, Israel, Hungary, and Poland. The debate focused on perspectives from different countries as to the impact of the current crisis on democracies.

Russia in the Middle East: Ever-Changing Policy in an Ever-Changing Region

The Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel (KAS) held an international conference that took place on December 3 , 2019, at INSS in Tel Aviv, Israel. Middle Eastern politics changed profoundly in October 2015, when Russia decided to step into the Syrian civil war on the side of President Assad. This added an international dimension to an already complex conflict and created a new strategic situation with international consequences. In this context, the event brought together participants from Russia, Europe and Israel for an in-depth dialogue. The event focused on further understanding on the most pertinent issues and strengthening cooperation in the future.

"Responding to hybrid threats: from disinformation to boots on the ground"

KAS Israel hosts Cyber Security Roundtable

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation Israel hosted a two-day Cyber Security expert round-table in Herzliya which dealt with the topic "Responding to hybrid threats: from disinformation to boots on the ground" from the 12th to the 14th of November. The round-table was the fourth of its kind as part of a series of events and brought together German, Israeli and US experts from the field of cyber security.

PhD study group "Security and Development in the 21st Century"

visits israel and the palestinian territories

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) Israel hosted the KAS PhD study group "Security and Development in the 21st Century" in late October. The purpose of the study trip was to familiarize the fellows with Israel's security challenges. The group met with representatives of civil society, the academy and (former) members of the Israeli security establishment.

Arab society in Israel in light of upheavels in the Arab world

Book presentation: “Left to its Fate: Arab society in Israel under the shadow of the Arab Spring events”

On June 24, 2019, KAS and the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation presented the publication "Left to its fate: Arab society in Israel under the shadow of the Arab Spring" authored by Dr. Yusri Khaizran and Muhammad Khlaile at the Tel Aviv University. The book was edited and published by the Konrad Adenauer Program earlier this year. The conference brought together academics, politicians and journalists to celebrate this important publication and to discuss the topic from different perspectives.

The Israeli periphery as a space of opportunities

One day seminar with the Manof Forum in North of Israel

A one-day seminar in the North of Israel with the Manof Forum focused on entrepreneurship in the geographical periphery of Israel as a tool for inter-cultural inclusiveness and cultural pluralism. On the one hand it is considered to be a periphery, which faces security threats as well as economic and social challenges, on the other hand, the diversity of the population is oftentimes an unexpected engine for an unusual development in different areas.

Countries and Campaigns: Populism and Elections

On 25 June 2019, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Israel and the Israel Democracy Institute held a conference on "Countries and Campaigns: Populism and Elections".

KAS Israel

IMPACT Seminar, Caesaria Israel

The ILF aims to foster dialogue and collaboration between the private and public sector by bringing together business leaders and members of government institutions. Together with KAS Israel, the IMPACT Seminar hosted lectures by executives from various sectors which provided input and stimulated discussions. Topics such as opportunities for eGovernment, scientific support for start-ups, personnel planning and the integration of minorities into the labor market were discussed. Through the lectures and group work of the participants, the seminar’s goal was to bridge the gap between the public and private sectors and identity opportunities for cooperation . The ILF seminar works toward four overarching goals. Firstly, in order to strengthen collaboration between the private and public sectors, bureaucratic hurdles must be removed. Moreover, the innovative thinking of start-ups should be fed into the public sector and other companies. The second target is to reduce the differences in the field of education. Increased youth work contributes to incite interest in entrepreneurship and communicating relevant values. Third, industry and commerce must again be a more attractive field of work to generate new skilled workers. Conclusions from the seminar discussed enhancing cooperation with start-ups and the establishment of a traineeship. Issues were discussed highlighting the inequality of industry between the periphery and the center, affecting Northern Israel in particular. In order to reduce disparities, a proposal of a pilot project empowering residents, local authorities, businesses and organizations in order to help improve the quality of life and work in the North was included. This also creates incentives for companies to settle there. Other challenged discussed in the Seminar included an aging society, disparities in access to health care and dwindling trust in public institutions. In terms of the the forum itself, members discussed that the heterogeneity of the members should be increased. Since the seminar, members of the forum have reconvened in competence clusters with respect to their respective fields of expertise and professional backgrounds.