Events - Foundation Office New York
Fake News, Disinformation, and automated Propaganda: How to protect the democratic discourse?
Space for this exclusive event is limited. Please, register at firstname.lastname@example.org (not later than Monday, Dec. 11, at noon).This event is organized by KAS Washington.
New Priorities? Germany's UN Policy after the Elections
The American Council on Germany and KAS New York cordially invite you to a Discussion and Reception with Dr. Andreas Nick, Member of the German Bundestag on the future German UN policy.
Main take-aways of the COP23 for Africa
Ways ahead and possible areas of cooperation with the international community at the UN and beyond
African climate change politicians and experts coming directly from COP23 in Bonn are participating in a KAS organized dialogue program at the United Nations.
China’s Role in the World after the 19th Party Congress
The American Council on Germany and KAS New York cordially invite you to a Discussion and Luncheon with Tim Wenniges, Head of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Office in Shanghai on “China’s Role in the World after the 19th Party Congress”.
Iraq post-ISIS: Ways towards Stabilization and Reconciliation
Within the context of the dialogue program "The Future Role of the United Nations in Iraq" KAS New York cordially invites you to an off-the-record discussion with members of a a high-level delegation from Iraq (Bagdad and Erbil).
“Parsing Germany’s Election Results and Coalition Negotiations”
Analysis and Discussion
The American Council on Germany and KAS New York cordially invite you to a Discussion and Reception with Nico Lange and Jeffrey Rathke on “Parsing Germany’s Election Results and Coalition Negotiations”.
Making Africa Work
KAS New York is happy to invite you to the launch of this first-hand account. It deals with the question of how to ensure growth beyond commodities and create jobs on the continent. A blueprint for a prosperous Africa!
Where next for the European Union and Transatlantic relations?
A discussion with Klaus Welle, Secretary General of the European Parliament, on the occasion of his visit to the United Nations
Lessons from Development Actors on Integrating PVE (Preventing Violent Extremism)
Challenges and Opportunities
This event is being held under Chatham House Rule, and organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, the Global Center on Cooperative Security, and the Prevention Project: Organizing against Violent Extremism. Registration is required.
German Approaches to Crisis Prevention and the Marshall Plan for Africa
Political Salon with Thorsten Frei
We are happy to welcome Thorsten Frei, Member of the German Bundestag, for a discussion on German approaches to crisis prevention and the Marshall Plan for Africa!