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Palestine Digital Activism Forum 2022

Digital Solidarity for Justice

Are you ready for the 6th edition of the Palestine Digital Activism Forum (PDAF). This year's edition will be held online from May 17 until May 19, 2022.


BuildPalestine 2021 Social Innovation Summit

Harnessing Our Collective Power

BuildPalestine’s Social Innovation Summit is an annual global gathering of dreamers and doers, coming together to imagine, build, and celebrate.


Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021

„Politics and trust“

The work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation: focusing on participation, representation, security, and innovation.


Palestine Digital Activism Forum 2021

Palestinian Digital Rights During and After the Coronavirus Pandemic

Are you ready for the 5th edition of the Palestine Digital Activism Forum (PDAF). Then listen closely! The 5th PDAF will be held online from March 29th to April 1st, 2021. Register by the 28th of March!

Expert conference

Ramifications of the Changes of the U.S. Administration on World Affairs

Online International Conference

In partnership with the by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Palestinian Territories, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies at Birzeit University is devoting its forthcoming international annual conference in February 15-18, to the Ramifications of the change of U.S. Administration on World Affairs.


Build Palestine - Social Innovation Summit 2020

Radically imagining the future of Palestine

On October 2-3, BuildPalestine’s first global Social Innovation Summit is bringing together Palestinians and friends from around the world to radically imagine the future of Palestine.


The Palestine Forum for Digital Activism 2020

From March 23 to March 27, a unique program on the subject of Palestinian digital rights will take place at various locations, including Ramallah, Gaza and Haifa.


Gaza: The Water, Energy and Governance Conundrum

In cooperation with its partner Abu Tor, an Economic Research Collaborative based in Jerusalem, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Palestinian Territories has conducted a new study on the water sector in Gaza – “The Water-Energy-Governance Nexus. A Plan of Action for Saving What Has Been Achieved". In order to share these findings with you and discuss points of action, we would like to invite you to our roundtable discussion on the 19th of March, 2020 which will take place at the Ambassador Hotel in Jerusalem.

Study and Information Program

PSR Public Opinion Poll No. 74

Pressekonferenz / Rundtischgespräch Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) und das Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) laden zur Diskussion der neuesten Ergebnisse der Palästinensischen Meinungsumfrage ein 74.


Contemporary Issues in Labour Law

IoL Legal Encounters

The Institute of Law at Birzeit University organizes a workshop on contemporary issues in labour law in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

70 Years of "Nakba"

Palestinian Perception of the Arab-Israeli War of 1948

Students from KAS Journalism Trainee Program in Germany visited the Palestinian Territories to learn about how the #Nakba (catastrophe) impacted the Palestinian identity. The group met with university professors, politicians and youth and discussed the effects of occupation in the West Bank.

Yalla Baby!

Filmvorführung mit anschließender Diskussion

Der Dokumentarfilm "Yalla Baby" hat in den Palästinensischen Gebieten Premiere gefeiert.

Migration trends aming Palestinian Christians and Muslims

Conference of KAS-Ramallah and Diyar-Bethlehem

On December 21, 2017, DIYAR and KAS Ramallah presented the study "Palestinian Christians: Emigration, Displacement and Diaspora". The publication builds partly on a survey among Christians and Muslims. As the first of its kind, the survey examines in detail the causes of Christian migration. The conference was broadcasted live on Palestinian television (MAAN TV).

A Water-Energy Nexus for the Middle East

A new approach to overcome the impasse in the Middle East

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung invited in the framework of a Study and Dialogue Program comprising Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian participants to a brunch discussion in the KAS Academy in Berlin. The delegation introduced the findings of a pre-feasibility study that analyzed the prospect of a large scale regional exchange of desalinated water from the Mediterranean coast with renewable energies from the deserts of Jordan.

A Water-Energy Nexus (WEN) for the Middle East

The historic experience of the European Coal and Steel Community

The MNED of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organized in the European Parliament together with the KAS Palestinian Territories and with EcoPeace Middle East the event "A water energy nexus (WEN) for the Middle East and the historic experience of the European Coal and Steel Community". The panel introduced the findings of a pre-feasibility study that analyzes the potential for large scale exchange of renewable energies from the Jordanian desert with desalinated water from the Mediterranean coast. The report summarizes the content of the study and the discussion in the European Parliament.

The Emigration of Christians from Palestine

Press Conference

Presentation of the findings of a joint study between the KAS Country Office Palestinian Territories and the Dar al-Kalima University College in Bethlehem

The Legal and Technical Aspects of the Presidential Decree regarding Cybercrime

legal encounter

“Issuing Laws by Decrees is a lost opportunity to discuss these drafts by elected Parliamentarians”. Marc Frings, Resident Representative KAS Palestinian Territories.

Field Trip: Public Administration in Local Councils

Students of the Public Administration Diploma Program, supported jointly by KAS & GIZ and implemented by ICP, participated in a field trip to the public administrations of Ramallah and Betunia.

Marc Frings in Bielefeld: Sackgasse Nahost?

Innenansichten zur aktuellen Lage in Palästina gab es am vergangenen Donnerstag aus erster Hand

Marc Frings, Leiter des Auslandsbüros der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Ramallah, ist ein ausgewiesener Experte, wenn es um die gesellschaftlichen, wirtschaftlichen und politischen Entwicklungen in den israelisch-palästinensischen Gebieten geht. Davon konnten sich rund 100 interessierte Teilnehmer bei der Kooperationsveranstaltung im Bielefelder Haus der Kirche selbst überzeugen.

Wachsende Unruhe in den Palästinensischen Gebieten

Und die Kritik richtet sich nicht mehr allein gegen Israel – Diskussion mit Marc Frings

Israel und die Palästinensischen Gebiete kommen nicht zur Ruhe. Zu den Gründen zählen unter anderem der innenpolitische Stillstand auf palästinensischer Seite, der fortschreitende Siedlungsbau und Energie- und Ressourcenprobleme. Die Palästinenser im Westjordanland und im Gazastreifen gehen immer mehr getrennte Wege. Über die Entwicklungen sowie die aktuelle politische und sozioökonomische Lage in den Palästinensischen Gebieten berichtete der Leiter des Auslandsbüros der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Ramallah, Marc Frings, im Rahmen des Außenpolitischen Gesprächskreises.