Publications

Kawergosk Refugee Camp in Iraq / © Saeschie Wagner

أثار اغلاق المخيمات على النازحين في العراق

الهدف العام للتقرير هو توفير فهم شامل لمبررات وآثار إغلاق مخيمات النزوح في العراق على النازحين من العائدين والغير عائدين إلى مناطقهم الاصلية واستكشاف واقع العائدين الى ديارهم والتحديات التي يواجهونها ومدى اندماجهم في مجتمعاتهم الأصلية.

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Iraq: Implementing a Way Forward

Iraq Track II Dialogue

Based on two years of engagement with experts from Iraq, the United States and Europe through a US-Europe-Iraq Track II Dialogue convened from March 2020 through December 2021, this report lays out findings and recommendations to assist the Iraqi government and its international partners in improving political, social, economic, and security conditions to enhance national stability, stabilize Iraq’s democratic processes, and promote broad-based, Iraqi-generated economic growth.

Scholarships for Syrian Students to Study in Lebanon 2022

Closing Date for applications: June 15th, 2022

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Syria/Iraq Office awards scholarships to Syrian students to study at a university in Lebanon. Our scholarship program is aimed at Syrian graduates who have acquired a university degree in Lebanon and who intend to complete master studies for four semesters at a university in Lebanon.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 1)

The Power of Storytelling with Rim Maghribi

Welcome to the first episode of A Seat At The Table with Rim Maghribi, story curator, and director of the pan-Arab NGO Sharq.org which harnesses the power of stories to promote pluralism and peace in the Arab world.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 2)

Women on the Healthcare Frontline - Dr. Myrna Doumit & Dr. Mona Ghanem

Welcome to the second episode of A Seat At The Table with Dr. Myrna Doumit, immediate past president of the order of nurses, nursing faculty member, researcher, and Lebanese nurse, and Dr. Mona Ghanem , Syrian politician, woman activist, director and founder for Women for Peace, with a medical background as a matter of public health.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 3)

Women & The Electoral System in Lebanon - Houda Osta Asas

Welcome to the third episode of A Seat At The Table with Houda Osta Asas, electioneering and IT expert with over 30 years of experience in the field of sustainable development, local governance, and human empowerment. Houda Osta Asas is a political activist and a resigned member of the Municipality Council of Beirut, founder and CEO of the Pulse Public Affairs Consultancy Company and of Wings which is a wellbeing community space and president of Beirut Opia, an NGO advocating for governance and women and youth empowerment.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 4)

Economic Deterioration in Lebanon & Women - Hayat Mirshad

Welcome to the fourth episode of A Seat At The Table with Hayat Mirshad, Lebanese journalist and feminist activist, Executive director of the "Female" Association, and editor in chief of the "Sharika wa Laken" website. Hayat Mirshad fights for justice, equality, and rights.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 5)

Women & Entrepreneurship in the Middle East - Cyrine Farhat & Nour Elwan

Welcome to the fifth episode of A Seat At The Table with Cyrine Farhat, a member of the Syria-Iraq office, and Nour Elwan, initiator of the first free accelerator in Lebanon.

„A Seat at the Table“ (Episode 6)

This is our sixth and final episode of A Seat At The Table.

In this episode, we compiled all our previous episodes with our guests

„From Beirut to Baghdad – Konrad’s Journey through the Middle East“ (Episode 7)

Interview with Abbas al-Anbori, Chairman of Rewaq Baghdad Center for Public Policy, on the parliament's vote on the Iraqi presidency

„From Beirut to Baghdad ─ Konrad’s Journey through the Middle East“ is a podcast by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation’s Syria/Iraq-Office. Based in Beirut, the podcast discusses current political issues in the region with the foundation’s on the ground partners in Syria, Iraq and across the Middle East. Each episode sheds light on up-to-date political, social and economic topics, and provides insights into life and work from Beirut to Baghdad.