Events - New York Office
China’s Emergence as a Global Security Actor and Implications for Europe
KAS New York invites you to a discussion and reception with Mr. Mikko Huotari, Head of International Relations at the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin.
UNOCI in the Bigger Picture of Peacekeeping – Making Transitions Work
Please RSVP by 2 February 2018 to Mr. Diego Bensien, email@example.com Logo PM Côte d’Ivoire
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”.
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Luncheon discussion with Dr. Gerd Müller and German nationals working for the United Nations
On September 24th, KAS New York office invited to a luncheon with Germany's Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Dr. Gerd Müller, and German international servants working across different UN agencies. The occasion of Dr. Gerd Müller's stay in New York was the annual visit to the UN General Assembly and his participations in the SDG, Climate and Health Summits.
Reception and dinner of the ‘Global Investors for Sustainable Development’ Alliance
On September 24th, KAS New York hosted a reception and dinner with the Strategy Group of the newly founded ‘Global Investors for Sustainable Development’ (GISD) Alliance. The group consisting of experts appointed by the CEOs of GISD members met in New York to develop a plan of action and to prepare the official launch of the GISD Alliance on October 16th.
The Afghan Peace Process
What Challenges Lie Ahead for an Afghan-owned, Afghan-led Solution?
The week before the UNAMA resolution was renewed, Dr. Ellinor Zeino, Head of KAS’ Office in Kabul, Afghanistan was in New York for a dialogue program with different UN agencies and permanent missions.
Data as Political Capital
What kind of Rules & Regulations do we need for a digitized Democracy
Digitization has completely altered the way our societies communicate and how political opinion-making is shaped. Foreign interference, online hate-speech, data leaks on social media platforms, fake-news have made it more important than ever to define a global rules-based system and code of conduct that sets a common standard and protects democracy.
Evangelicals and Political Power in Latin America
José Luis Pérez Guadalupe, Professor at the Universidad del Pacifico in Peru, together with co-authors introduced the newest publication called Evangelicals and Political Power in Latin America at a book launch event at KAS New York. The meeting was co-organized by the KAS country office in Lima and featured contributing authors from Brazil, Costa Rica and Colombia presenting national case studies from their respective countries. The researchers also met with representatives of various United Nations agencies and faith-based institutions based in the New York City area.
Cyber-Security: an issue for national and international security
From May 13 – 17, the KAS New York office hosted a dialogue program with security experts from Brazil on the topic of Cyber-Security. In the discussions, delegates brought in their broad range of expertise from their diplomatic, academic and private sector background.
Crafting an Alliance for Multilateralism
The KAS New York Office, jointly with the EU funded Jean Monnet Research Network on EU-UN Relations (EUN-NET) and the German Marshall Fund of the United States hosted a first discussion on the proposed “Alliance for Multilateralism” on May 14th. Opening remarks by the German Permanent Representatives to the United Nations, Dr. Christoph Heusgen started off a vibrant discussion with panelists Edith Drieskens (Leuven University), Maria Gianniou (Athens University of Economics and Business), Robert Kissack (Barcelona Institute of International Studies) and Jake Sherman (International Peace Institute) moderated by Jan Techau (GMF).
Together with its South African partner, The Brenthurst Foundation, the KAS office New York launched the study Democracy Works.
Media as a Guardian of Democratic Values and Multilateral Institutions
KAS NY welcomes bloggers and independent journalists hailing from Ivory Coast, Cameroon, the DRC & South Africa who create content for the KAS supported media platform africablogging to examine how media can be a guardian of democratic values and multilateral institutions
„Nous sommes en train de recouler“
Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights are neither self-evident nor irrevocable – more than ever, we have to fight for them
On April 24th, 2019 the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Dr. Denis Mukwege , met at KAS Office New York with representatives of UN agencies and non-governmental organizations. The focus of the ensuing discussion was how civil society can be even more instrumental in the fight against sexual violence in conflict zones.
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