Events - Multinational Development Policy Dialogue Brussels
Rule of Law Challenges in Africa and the European Neighborhood
How Should the EU Respond?
Join the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Brussels and the World Justice Project for an interactive online-roundtable discussion on the rule of law, fundamental rights, and constraints on executive powers in Africa and the European Neighborhood in times of COVID19, to be held on 27 May 2020, 15-16.30 (CET)
The New Deal and Fragile States
Challenges to peace, stability and development
The conference provides a critical assessment of international development cooperation in the context of the "New Deal". It discusses the basis of a common European approach that aims to support solutions for violence, conflict and fragility.
What After Cotonou?
Cooperation between the EU and the ACP countries beyond 2020
The Cotonou Agreement was signed in June 2000 for a period of 20 years. The expert roundtable will discuss how to move the EU-ACP partnership beyond 2020.
Democracy and Human Rights in Thailand and Indonesia
The event will discuss contemporary challenges concerning the development of a stable democracy and the protection of human rights in Thailand and Indonesia.
Jordan and the EU
Reform Process and Regional Challenges
The event will discuss to what extent the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan might fulfil its reform commitments in the framework of the ENP and how the EU could assist the country in tackling contemporary regional challenges.
The Modernisation of the Brazilian Armed Forces
Regional Implications and Consequences for EU-Brazil Relations
The event aimed to discuss the strategy launched by the Brazilian government to modernise its armed forces and the consequences of this initiative for the relationship between Brazil and its neighbours and for the strategic partnership with the EU.
The Role of the Republic of Korea in the Conceptualisation and Construction of a Northeast Asian Security Architecture
The expert roundtable will discuss contemporary Northeast Asian regional security concerns and the role of the Republic of Korea in the conceptualisation and implementation of a Northeast Asian Security Architecture.
The EU's comprehensive approach in external conflict and crisis: from strategy to practice
The event, organised in cooperation with CARE International, will discuss the EU Comprehensive Approach for conflict prevention and crisis management. The expert's meeting will address the particular cases of the Central African Republic and Syria.
Strengthening Europe's relations with Africa ahead of the EU-Africa Summit 2014
In preparation for the EU-Africa Summit, which will be held in April, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organises this expert roundtable to discuss the expectations regarding the review of the Joint Africa EU Strategy (JAES).
Prospects and Challenges for Pakistan's Regional Security
In December, after 13 years fighting Al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents, the NATO-ISAF will come to an end. The event will discuss the impact of this decision for the security of the region with special attention to its consequences for Pakistan.
The Impact of Climate Change
Challenges for Latvia and the European Union
The conference will be the first of three events focusing on climate change and the necessary prevention and adaptation policies to be taken in the upcoming years.
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