Events - Regional Programme Gulf States
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Female as Entrepreneurs
A jointly organized Workshop between KAS, the Department of Economic Development and GIZ that focus on young emirati female students.
Konrad Adenauer meets Scheich Zayed
Lecture as part of the UAE University German Day
Shaikh Zayed and Konrad Adenauer fundamentally influenced their countries with their ideals.
Entrepreneurship as Social Policy
Within the framework of the CSR networking evening this time Justin Sykes, from Qatar-based Silatech, will give a lecture about "Entrepreneurship as Social Policy". For RSVP please send an email to email@example.com
“Regional Integration as an Opportunity for Political Development in the Arab Gulf States”
In response to the recent transformations in the Arab world, KAS Regional Program Gulf-States is convening a closed-door workshop, in which various experts, researchers and policy-makers are given a platform to discuss the current developments.
Think Tank Development
Conference in Salalah, Oman
The conference will determine the status quo of Think Tanks in the GCC region and identify their strenghts, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. It will further deduce a framework of action to synergize sustainable development of local Think Tanks.
"Human rights and globalization -- challenges to the media"
4th Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum in Germany
"Islamic Media in a secular environment and vice versa" is the topic of a panel organized by KAS at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum "Human rights and globalization -- challenges to the media" in Germany.
The role of the media in Arab Societies
Gemeinsam mit der Zayed University Abu Dhabi lädt die KAS zu der Konferenz "The role of the media in Arab Societies". Thema ist die Rolle der Arabischen Medien vor dem Hintergrund der jüngsten politischen Ereignisse des Arabischen Frühlings.
From Private Action to Public Good
How can the Gulf Region contribute to sustainable socioeconomic development in Africa?
The workshop will examine innovative and more sustainable ways of cooperation with a focus on the interaction between donors fromGulf countries and communities in sub-economic environmentsin Africa.
After the Arab Awakening: Opportunities and Challenges for a New Arab World
Where is the region going after the Arab Awakening? Which ideals will it embrace? How can the Arab world create more than 100 million jobs for its youth by 2020? What are the forces that will shape the future of the Arab World?
Encouraging the role of women in traditional societies - The Example of South Africa
Guest speaker: Sizani Ngubane from the Rural Women's Movement South Africa
Sizani Ngubane of the Rural Women's Movement (RWM) in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa,will give an insight into the work of her organization and how they encourage women to play a strong role in the advancement of South African society.