Events

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Seminar

fully booked

Water Management Workshop

The two days events will bring together key stakeholders in Hardap Region to share knowledge and skills on Water Management.

Exhibition

OLAFIKA MEDIA ENGAGEMENT, SME EXPO AND GRADUATION CEREMONY 2020

The Olafika Media Engagement, SME Expo and Graduation ceremony was the culmination of the SME Skills Development Programme partially funded by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung for a six-month period, with over 70 entrepreneurs.

Discussion

NAMIBIA MEN FOR GENDER JUSTICE (NMGJ) HOST A SECOND NATIONAL MEN’S CONFERENCE

The four days conference was an initiative to address the prevailing gender based violence (GBV) in Namibia. The conference brought together different stakeholders countrywide representing different institutions keen to share notes and views on how to reduce and tackle GBV successfully.

Seminar

DEMOCRACY LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP FOR RDP WOMEN’S LEAGUES

The two days workshop looked at the concept of democracy and leadership and was purely targeted at women of RDP party. The workshop was a success and instilled confidence in women as they prepared to share the knowledge with their communities.

Study and Information Program

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR NAMIBIAN PARLIAMENT

26 Researchers at Parliament of Namibia trained on how to successfully conduct research, tools and methods to use in conducting research, how to look for information, best practices from the German Bundestag on how to set up a research unit at the Parliament of Namibia.

Event

“Milestones of three decades of Democracy in Namibia”

Celebrating „30 Years of KAS Namibia-Angola“

30 Jahre KAS Namibia

Workshop

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Young Adult Leadership Workshop

Leadership Training for young representatives of Namibian civil society

Event

Theatre Show and Community Meetings

One World - No Hunger: Strengthening Women's Land Use and Land Ownership Rights

The Theatre Play "A Land for Women" will be staged in 10 villages in Omusati, Ohangwena, Oshana and Oshikoto Region.

Workshop

Workshop with traditional Authorities of Ombadja

One World - No Hunger: Strengthening Women's Land Use and Land Ownership Rights

Workshop for traditional leaders.

Event

Launch of the Short Film "A Land for Women"

Special initiative “One World – No Hunger: Strengthening Women’s Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Afric

The film was produced for KAS through the special initiative “One World – No Hunger: Strengthening Women’s Land Use and Land Ownership Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa” to raise awareness about equal rights to communal land in Namibia.

Workshop report: Elections Campaign Strategies and Tactics

On 23 and 24 July, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized a workshop on Elections Campaign Strategies and Tactics.

Event report: Challenges for Energy Security in Namibia and Southern Africa

Energiesicherheitskonferenz in Windhoek

Given the challenges that Namibia is facing in terms of Energy Security, a conference on Energy security was convened in Windhoek. It took place on 11 September 2014 at Nampower Convention Centre.

"DISCUSSION FORUM 2014" becomes a well-perceived political debating plat-form

Konrad Adenauer Foundation Namibia and Angola introduces a new series of events in Windhoek

The new series called DISCUSSION FORM is the contribution of the Windhoek based Namibia and Angola office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation towards a discourse of important social and political issues in the 2014 election year.

Second KAS Electoral Debate

The recent South African Elections: Lessons for Namibia

Dr. Bernd Althusmann, the Resident Representative of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, welcomed and thanked all present on the panel and in the audience for their participation in the second Electoral Debate organized by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Drawing on the experiences of the first debate in March 2014, Dr. Althusmann stressed the positive media resonance and particularly welcomed the representative of the governing SWAPO party, who participated in the event for the first time.

What keep society together?

Breakfast meeting with the Churches

Dr. Bernd Althusmann, the Resident Representative of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, welcomed and thanked all present for responding positively to the invitation. He underlined the importance to meet with the leaders of the churches and different faith centres to discuss their role in society. The churches have a significant role to play in a modern society and this must not be undermined, he added. As someone who comes from a family that has roots and close association with a church, he perfectly understands that the role of the church in society is important.

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hosts Namibia’s first Election Debate in Windhoek

In view of the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections at the end of November 2014, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Namibia & Angola (KAS) in cooperation with Forum for the Future (FFF) organised and hosted a public election debate, with the aim of introducing and encouraging a culture of public discussion between Namibia’s political parties and society.

REPORT: THE RESURGENCE OF TRIBALISM AND ETHNIC TENSIONS AND ITS IMPACT ON NATIONAL IDENTITY

Recently Namibia has been plagued by reports of ethnic and racial tensions between the various groups in the country. In view of its mandate of facilitating public dialogue and discussions, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF) organised on the 5th and 6th of June 2013 a public lecture and a panel discussion on the topic, the resurgence of tribalism and ethnic tension and it’s impact on national identity.

The SADC Tribunal – exclusive access?

STAGNATION OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION

On 3rd of October 2012, the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation organized a public lecture at the NamPower Convention Centre in Windhoek. The topic of the evening were the current problematic issues surrounding the Tribunal of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the specific question “The SADC Tribunal – exclusive access?”.

Who is a Namibian

Report on a series of public debates

22 years after independence Namibia is still on the way to find its national identity. In a series of public debates KAS Namibia and FFF engaged well known speaker and scientist Prof Joe Diescho and various guest speakers to provoke thoughts on how to further develop the path towards a united nation.

Global Climate Change Impacts in Namibia

Climate Change - Is it real?

On Monday, the 13th of February, 2012the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS)Namibia organized together with the Namibianchamber of commerce and industry(NCCI) a public lecture on the Impactsof Global Climate Change to the Namibianeconomy and society. Different parts ofthe society as well as Parliament Membersand business leaders were invited to listento three different presentations and todiscuss with the panelists and the audience.