Events - North Macedonia Office
Regional School Security 2019
HYBRID THREATS AND THEIR IMPACT ON DEMOCRACY – POSSIBILITIES FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION
In cooperation with the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies from Brussels (WMCES) The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung together with the Faculty of Security-Skopje and the Center for Research and Policy Making organizes the Regional School Security 2019. The initiative involves students and professors from the Faculty of Security-Skopje, the Macedonia University from Thessaloniki and the Ss. Clement Ohridski University-Sofia. By tackling topics which are of common interest, the project aims to straighten cooperation and exchange between countries of the region, especially between youngsters, future experts and stakeholders. At the same time, the cooperation and exchange between the universities from North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Greece will serve as a positive example to politics and should positively reflect the bilateral and multilateral relations between the countries in the region.
I. Regional Political Youth Academy - Challenges to European Democracy
in cooperation with the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies from Brussels
There are many organizations that bring young people from the region together. However, there is no initiative that connects the leadership of the political youth organizations of the KAS partner parties in the region. It is important to understand that these people will lead the countries in the next couple of decades. Because of this they need to get to know their region in terms of economy, society, energy, security etc. The main objective of this Regional Political Youth Academy is to create contacts between the young leaders belonging to the EPP family and to encourage them to think through the prism of the whole region and in the spirit of Euro-Atlantic friendship and values. The topics discussed during the academy will refer to Challenges to European Democracy, the Future of Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy, the Future of the Transatlantic Relations and Security, Economy, Cultural Exchange, Regional Cooperation and etc.
Strengthening the capacities of High School Teachers
The Konrad Adenauer Foundation together with the NGO LEAD is organising a three month program for Strengthening the capacities of High School Teachers. The program is approved by the Ministry of science and education of Republic of North Macedonia.
NATIONAL YOUTH HACKATON - STOP „BRAIN DRAIN“!
Association LEAD in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Wilfried Martens Center for European Studies issues a call for participants on a hackaton for tackling the Brain Drain problem. The event will take place in Ohrid from 17 until 19 of May as a continuation of the Regional Hackathon that also took place in Ohrid in 2018.
Von Nachbarn zu strategischen Partnern
Regionale Jugendinitiative: “Brücken Bauen 2019 - Von Nachbarn zu strategischen Partnern”
Cross-Border Cooperation in Water Management Field
The KAS together with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje and the School of Civil Engineering at the Aristoteles University of Thessaloniki from 04-07 April 2019 organized a regional student workshop.
II MACEDONIAN-GERMAN FORUM
BUILDING BRIDGES – POLITICS AND ECONOMY
Konrad Adenauer Foundation in cooperation with the Institute for Social Research – MK91 are organizing the Macedonian–German Forum dedicated to bilateral cooperation in the fields of politics and economy.
The Role of the Civil Society in the NATO and EU Integration Processes
The Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis”-Skopjehave the honor to invite you to the panel discussion „The Role of the Civil Society in the NATO and EU Integration Processes“ followed by a reception.
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VI International Macedonian-Greek Student Conference
Identifying common Balkan concerns in an era of global crisis
Despite the political deadlock on the name row between Macedonia and Greece, students & professors from both countries joined together with their colleagues from several Universities in Macedonia to work & exchange views on common Balkan concerns - from political difficulties to the economic crisis. The 20th anniversary years of the fall of the Berlin wall served as a perfect example for what lessons the leaders of both countries should keep in mind, as the European idea continues to evolve: mutual respect & open minds, as Vice-Primeminister Bocevski declared at the start of the event.
20 Years after the fall of the Berlin wall and 18 years of independence of Macedonia
Challenges in Contemporary Foreign Policy
At the panel-discussion achievements and challenges in the foreign policy of the decision-makers in Germany, Macedonia and USA during the past two decades and after the end of the Cold War were analysed. Additionally, the experts present discussed current policy issues in the context of global security threats and EU- and NATO-expansion. The current Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Macedonia, previous Foreign Ministers, ambassadors and experts from Macedonia and abroad were invited to exchange experiences and present their views on the topic.
20 Jahre Mauerfall:Vergangenheitsaufarbeitung und Lustration in Deutschland und auf dem Balkan
Aus Anlass des 20. Jahrestages des Mauerfalls hat die KAS-Skopje vom 26. bis 30. April 2009 in Cadenabbia mazedonische Parlamentsabgeordnete & Experten eingeladen, um zusammen mit Bundestagsabgeordneten & Fachleuten aus Deutschland über aktuelle Herausforderungen bei der Vergangenheitsbewältigung auf dem Balkan zu diskutieren.
“Market economies under pressure – Is there light at the end of the tunnel?”
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with the European Business Association of Macedonia
Elections and Governance
Implementing Democracy in Macedonia and in Europe
60 Jahre deutsches Grundgesetz
Verfassungen in Westeuropa und auf dem Balkan als Grundstein für Demokratie und Rechtsstaat
Anläßlich des 60-jährigen Jubiläums der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und des deutschen Grundgesetzes hat die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Zusammenarbeit mit der Staatlichen Universität Tetovo als Gastgeber einen Workshop organisiert, an dem 80 Studenten der Politik- und Rechtswissenschaften der staatlichen und privaten Universitäten aus Tetovo und Skopje teilgenommen haben.
VII. Politische Akademie
Konservative Werte und Demokratie auf lokaler Ebene
Mazedonische Kommunalpolitiker tauschten eine Woche lang Erfahrungen mit deutschen, holländischen und serbischen Experten aus und diskutierten aktuelle Herausforderungen im Rahmen des Reformprozesses und der aktuelln Wirtschaftskrise.
Dialogue of Religions – Dialogue of Ethnicities
“Trust” and “dialogue” are the key terms that the religious communities in the Balkans have to build on in order to strengthen their role in society. All efforts have to be made in order to build trust through dialogue among the religious communities, but also between the religious institutions and the state and society. This was the outcome of a two-day event organized by the KAS on 18-19 September in Skopje, which was attended by the Heads of the Orthodox, Islamic, Catholic, Evangelical-Methodist and the representative of the Jewish religious communities in Macedonia and representatives of the Catholic and Islamic religious communities and the new Head of the Inter-Religious Institute in Bosnia-Hercegovina, as well as by Baba Edmond Brahimaj of the Headquarters of the Bektashian community and Bishop Homeyer of Hildesheim. It was the first of its kind in such a high-ranking and international format, which led to a lively and constructive exchange of experiences in inter-religious dialogue in Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Germany, and a sharing of “lessons learnt”. At the end of the discussion it was noted that inter-religious dialogue in the Balkans has made significant progress and can pose as a model for the communication between different religious communities in other European countries as well.
International Conference on Protecting Human and Minority Rights in Europe held
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organized an International conference “Protecting Human Rights and Minority Rights in Europe” on 10 September 2008 in Skopje. The exchange of ideas and different experiences from the point of view of the Ombudsman institutions from Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro Serbia, Croatia, Romania, as well from the representavive of the German Bundestag brought the role and challenges of these human rights „defenders“ nearer to the public. During the discussion, the participants presented the best practice models of protecting human rights and the rights of the national minorities by explaining the mandate, functions and powers of Ombudsman institutions, the status of minorities in the context of international standards and EU-integration and the experiences and challenges in the defence of human rights from the cooperation with the police and armed forces. The Vice-Prime Minister for implementation of the Framework agreement, Mr. Abdilakim Ademi and the deputy minister for Labour and Social Policy in the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Spiro Ristovski elaborated the importance of protecting the human and minority rights as one the main responsibilities for a democratic and stable society. As an outcome of the conference several problems and challenges were identified by the participants: the integration of the Roma minorities in society, the need of a stronger parliament as a natural “ally” of the Ombudsman, better effort at preventing human rights violation through comprehensive training and education programs for state officials, police, but also for children and vulnerable groups, as well as the strengthening of the Ombudsman institutions themselves in the face of state authorities. The protection of the human and minority rights is a two-sided process, since the protected people learn how to trust the institutions, respect diversity and the State guarantees the safety of every citizen.
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