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?
Germany Decides 2017 - Will Angela Merkel continue as German Chancellor?
Breakfast-Meeting in Oslo
Three experts will share their opinion concerning the 2017 German National Election within a panel round with subsequent discussion.
Germany's role in the Foreign and Security Policy
The utrikesakademin is coming to Berlin to learn more about foreign politics and defense from the German perspective. KAS, together with frivärld, was delighted to organize a 2-day event with interesting debates about current topics.
XV Baltic Sea NGO Network Forum
The 15th Baltic Sea NGO Network Forum takes place in the Iceland capital, Reykjavik. The topics of Democracy, Equality and the rights and wellbeing of children will be examined closely.
Security Challenges of the Baltic Sea Region
The Association of Estonians in Sweden is arranging an international conference with the aim to increase awareness of the present and emerging security risks and challenges and NATOs role to safeguard freedom and security in Baltic Sea Region.
18th BDF Summit in Stockholm
Focus on the Baltic Sea Region
The current situation in the Baltic Sea Region is the topic of this regionally important summit, organized by the Baltic Development Forum (BDF) in Copenhagen in cooperation with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
Expert talkfully booked
Integration’s Policies on a Local and National Levels
Case study trip of Lithuanian delegation to Sweden
The Education Institute Educatio in cooperation with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organizes a visit of a Lithuanian delegation to Sweden. The aim of the trip is to receive experiences in the social integration of national minorities.
Europe’s reluctant leader: Can Germany be an engine for the EU’s foreign and security policy?
Public Study Presentation and Expert Discussion
The podium discussion is part of a project on Germany’s role in the EU’s foreign and Security Policy and will present findings of the project’s FIIA report “Europe’s New Political Engine: Germany’s role in the EU’s foreign and security policy”.
Nordic perspectives on the European Asylum System
The cases of Sweden and Finland
Since the beginning of the refugee crisis the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) has been put to the test. A huge divide seems to go through Europe. The conference focuses on the question on how to handle the challenge politically.
Conference of the Working Group of Young Foreign Policy Experts in Stockholm
Aktuelle außen- und sicherheitspolitische Herausforderungen in den nordischen und baltischen Staaten
The regional office of the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation to the Nordic States in collaboration with the office of European and International Cooperation in Berlin conducted a conference to address the current political challenges faced by the EU.
19. Baltic Development Forum Summit
Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung lädt gemeinsam mit dem Baltic Development Forum aus Kopenhagen am Vorabend des Baltic Development Summit in Berlin zu einer Diskussion über die politischen Entwicklungen in der Ostseeregion ein.