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Exhibition

Exhibition opening: The path to German Unification

You are warmly invited to the opening of the "The path to German unification" photo exhibition. An exhibition staged by the Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Germany and the Federal Foreign Office.

Discussion

Land Reform: Quo Vadis Namibia?

The panellists consist of: Advocate John Walter, OmbudsmanMr. Fanuel Kaapama, political analystMr. Job Amupanda, lecturer in politics and land activist

Discussion

Panel Discussion: Current Global Security Problems: A European and African Perspective

Panellists: Mr. Henning Otte and Dr. Alfredo Tjiurimo Hengari

Lecture

Xenophobia

Realities, Challenges and consequences for Namibia and the Region

Speaker: Dr. Adekeye Adebajo, Executive Director: Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town

Book presentation

Region-Building in Southern Africa: Progress, Problems and Prospects

Speaker: Prof. Peter Katjavivi (Speaker of the National Assembly) and Dr. Adekeye Adebajo (Executive Director: Centre for Conflict Resolution - CCR, Cape Town)

Expert talk

Consolidating Namibia's Foreign Policy Aspirations

Panelists:Hon. Peya Mushelenga, Deputy Minister: International Relations and CooperationsDr. Alfredo Tijurimo Hengari, Senior Research Fellow on Foreign Policy, South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

Discussion

What and where are Namibia's national interests?

Please join us for this public lecture.

Discussion

CANCELLED What does Namibia expect from its new Members of Parliament?

The lecture is aimed at helping to equip our national leaders with what the Namibian nation expect of them as new Members of Parliament. For instance, where and what are Namibia's national interests? What are our expectations of them as law makers?

Discussion

Security in East Africa (Kenya): Lessons and implications for Namibia?

Round Table discussion

Guest Speaker: Miriam Tandy Ombogo (Kenya)

Discussion

CANCELLED Innovation Talk

Organised jointly with the Namibia Business Innovation Institute (NBII)

Together defeating COVID-19, Together thriving again

Together defeating COVID-19, Together thriving again

Collectively shaping the future of German-Namibian friendship

High-ranked Namibian delegation visits Berlin on the invitation of the administration of the German Bundestag and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

From February 17th until February 23rd 2019, the Namibian speaker of parliament Peter Katjavivi together with a delegation consisting of members of parliament and administrative staff, visits Germany’s political hub Berlin. In cooperation with the administration of the German Bundestag, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung invited fourteen high-ranked senior officials of the Namibian parliament for a study visit to Berlin.

KAS and Partner WAD celebrate Otjozondjupa Field Day and Graduation

80 young graduates celebrate their achievements of the capacity training in different fields of expertise

Film launch "A Land for Women"

One World No Hunger – Strengthening Land Ownership and Land Use Rights of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The film was produced for the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) through the special initiative “One World – No Hunger: Strengthening Women’s Land Use and Land Ownership Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa”. The film, which was shot by Quiet Storm Media, aims at educating about women’s equal land rights.

Awareness Raising Workshops for Women’s in Ruacana, Omusati Region

One World No Hunger – Strengthening Land Ownership and Land Use Rights of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The aim of the workshop was to create awareness and educate women on the following topics:•Namibian Constitution and Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms•My rights as Women in the Communal Land Reform Act.•Family Law: Gender and Culture, Married Persons Equality Act, Law of Succession (Inheritance

Workshops about the role of leadership in water innovations management and employment creation

From 10-13 of April 2018, KAS and partner Dr. Romanus Kawana (UNAM) implemented two workshops on „The role of leadership in water innovations management and employment creation“ in the Kavango East and Kavango West regions (10-11.04. in Rundu and 12-13.04. in Nkurenkuru).

Panel discussion on women’s land rights at the United Nations headquarters in New York

One World - No Hunger:Strengthening Women's Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

What are the main challenges that women are facing regarding their land rights? How can governments ensure that legal and policy reforms strengthen land rights of women in rural areas? And how can gender-transformative approaches contribute to tackle underlying norms and traditions?

Training of the Trainers in Eenhana, Ohangwena Region

One World - No Hunger:Strengthening Women's Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

As part of the special initiative “One World No Hunger – Strengthening Women’s Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa” another training of the trainers took place in Eenhana, Ohangwena Region, from 12 to 15 March 2018.

Sub – Regional Conference for Strengthening Women's Land Rights & Ownership in Sub-Saharan Africa.

ONE WORLD - NO HUNGER: STRENGTHENING WOMEN'S LAND OWNERSHIP AND LAND USE RIGHTS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

As part of the special initiative “One World No Hunger: Strengthening Women’s Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa” another conference took place in Lilongwe, Malawi, from 26 to 27 February 2018.

Filming of short films for the "One World - No Hunger" Project at Ondangwa, Oshana Region

"One World -No Hunger:Strengthening Womens's Land Ownership and Land Use Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa"

To make the "One World - No Hunger" workshops more lively, 10 short movies were produced in a traditional village near Ondangwa in the northern part of Namibia from the 5th -9th of February 2018.