Events - Foundation Office Israel
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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.
Shari’a in Modern Times by Qadi Iyad Zahalka
Qadi Iyad Zahalka, Judge at the Shari'a Court of Appeal in Jerusalem and University Lecturer, will be launching his book "Shari’a in Modern Times". A discussion concerning the Implications of the Shari'a for Israel will follow.
The 'European Spring' and German Unification 1989/90
Reflections on the Fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago
The Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in cooperation with KAS Israel is hosting a guest lecture on the 'European Spring' and German Unification 1989/90.
The 9th Annual Minerva/ICRC Conference on International Humanitarian Law
Legal and Operational Challenges in Assisting and Protecting People Affected by Armed Conflict
This year's conference will address issues of access for humanitarian action during and following armed conflict.
EU Partnership for Peace Program: The PRL Project
Israeli Teacher Training on Non-Violent Communication
Teachers from participating schools in Israel will come together for capacity training on non-violent conflict resolution for teachers. Following this two day workshop, Israeli teachers will meet Jordanian and Palestinian teachers for training.
Faith and Ecology Conference
The conference aims to promote coexistence and religious tolerance based on a shared goal of environmental stewardship across the three monotheistic religions, and promotes a connection across faiths to humanize the “other”.
Being Palestinian, Being Israeli: Reflections on the events of the past summer
The event, hosted by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and KAP will present scholarships to students awarded by the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation, Tel Aviv University.
Attitudes of Islam, Judaism and Christianity
An IFTAR seminar
The IFTAR seminar will host speaker Qadi Kadi Iyad Zahalka & responses over: Attitudes of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity to holy places.