Events - Regional Programme Nordic Countries
A Safer Europe: How Can Sweden and Germany Contribute?
A joint KAS/Swedish Atlantic Council online seminar.
Christian Democracy and the Challenge of Right-Wing Populism in the North
A Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung online seminar
In the wake of Covid-19 and the challenge posed by populism, what future faces Christian democracy and the Christian democratic parties in Germany and the Nordic counties? What can we learn from these parties’ legacies?
What will Brexit mean for the Nordics?
In cooperation with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung will host a seminar addressing the implications Brexit might have for the Nordic countries.
Information Warfare and the Weaponization of Democracy
Prior to the Swedish parliamentary elections topics such as information warfare and destabilization attempts by foreign actors are at the top of the security policy agenda in many countries.
“Flexible Europe” from the Baltic Sea Region’s perspective
To discuss the concept of a "flexible Europe" from the Baltic´s Sea Region´s Perspective the Baltic Development Forum, in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation is hosting a roundtable discussion.
Securing Northern Europe
Bridging the Baltic Sea, North Atlantic and the Arctic
Experts from the Baltic Sea Region, the Nordic States and North America will discuss Security Policy issues and challenges. The geographical focus will be the Baltic Sea Region, the North Atlantic as well as the Arctic.
"Education Lab One"
Role model entrepreneurial skills or what effective education needs
During the conference, German and Swedish experts from startups and the entrepreneurship field will discuss the significance entrepreneurial skills should have in the education system to enable sustainable improvements.
Memory – access denied?
Political landscapes of memory and inclusion in contemporary Europe
During the international symposium the participants will discuss recent developments in politics of memory as well as the inclusion of minorities.
Perceptions of Germany in the Baltic Sea Region
National Perspectives and Security Implications
Experts from all around the Baltic Sea will discuss the perception of Germany within the region as well as the implications for Security Policy.
The Baltic Region and the Prospects of a 'Flexible Union'
Foreign Policy, Security and Economic Cooperation
The discussion will focus on the possibilities of a more flexible cooperation within the framework of the European Union. Different realms will be discussed especially from a Nordic-Baltic perspective.
Arctic Circle Assembly 2017
INTERSECTION ARCTIC: A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REGIONAL ENVIRONMENT POLICY
For the 3rd time KAS Nordic Countries will be present at the Arctic Circle Assembly 2017, the largest international gathering on the Arctic, taking place in Reykjavik, Iceland from 12 to 15 October.
How can Sweden and Germany promote security and stability in Europe?
The event is the second meeting of a two-part workshop, which is organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation and Frivärld - Stockholm Free World Forum.