Events - Foundation Office Uganda
COVID-19 Responses: What Implications for Global Leadership?
Kampala Geopolitics Conference 2020
Can we trace correlations between political ideology, political system, and political culture and countries’ responses to global threats like the pandemic? Did female leaders – as often asserted – indeed respond better to COVID-19? And what conclusions can we draw for the leadership of the future? Who will our future leaders be?
The Role of Sports and the Arts Industry in Restructuring Global Conversations
Kampala Geopolitics Conference 2020
While arts and sports are a reliably thriving industry, governments have not been shy to use them for their advantages as soft power: Whether exploited to exert political influence or as an economic or even cultural tool, the two have become strategic components of international relations.
2020 and Beyond: Shaping our Future Together
Kampala Geopolitics Conference
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations in 2020, the organisation has launched a series of dialogues on how to build a true global partnership to realise shared aspirations for a just, peaceful and sustainable future. The initiative will see people from all regions and walks of life join hands to discuss how to collectively bridge the gap between the world we want and the world we will see if current trends continue.
Awakening the Giants
The Academia and Development Discourse in Uganda
The University Forum on Governance (UNIFOG) together with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organise a public academic debate on the role the Ugandan academia plays - and should play - in shaping the Ugandan development discourse.
Monetization of Ugandan Politics
How to empower Youth against Money-Politics?
The public debate organised by KAS is the third youth debate on central political issues for the youth in this year. It is going to focus on the role money plays in Ugandan politics, how this impacts on youth engagement, and what alternatives exist.
Young Leaders Think Tank Residential Workshop
Review and Analysis of the new HIV-AIDS Bill and Development of Policy Recommendations
The Young Leaders Think Tank for Policy Alternatives is having a residential workshop in which an alternative policy on HIV/AIDS for Uganda is supposed to be developed. The Think Tank is an initiative by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
Training for Youth in Effective Participation in National Democratic Governance and Leadership Development Processes
The All Saints Church and KAS are organising a leadership and democracy training in Amolatar. The training is going to be a follow-up on a training that took place in 2013 and targets the previous training's most promising participants.
Uganda’s Economic Development: The Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Change
Official Launch of the publication “Reality Check”
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is launching the publication "Uganda’s Economic Development: The Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Change" by Dr. Emmanuel Kasimbazi, that is published within the successful publication series "Reality Check".
Promoting Democratic Accountability at the Local Level: Identifying Challenges, Sharing Best Practices
Inter-district Forum for Democracy Promotion Initiatives Meeting in Kampala
The Inter-district Forum emerged out of a project that was implemented by KAS and Action for Development (ACFODE) and funded by the European Union between 2011 and 2013. The workshop is part of the sustainability efforts that follow the project.
Resource Management: Making Oil Work for Africa
The conference organised by KAS and the LéO Africa Forum will be the third high level conference on sustainable oil production in Uganda. A panel of Ugandan experts will discuss which lessons can be learned from other African countries.
Young People and Transitional Politics in Uganda
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Uganda in cooperation with the University Forum on Governance and the Makerere University organises a three day conference on the role of the youth in transitional politics and democratic consolidation on 24 to 27 July.
Political Ideology in Uganda
Necessary, relevant, misunderstood?
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organises a public discussion on the issue of ideology in the Ugandan context. The event will take place on 16 July, 2:00 pm, at Hotel Africana. There will be a short presentation by Dr. Simba to introduce the subject.
The City is our Space!
Challenges and possibilities of cities as social and democratic spaces
The LaBa! Arts Festival and KAS will host a common panel discussion on the theme “The City is our Space - Challenges and possibilities of cities as social and democratic spaces”, followed by a showing of the movie "Kapeke Town".