Konrad Adenauer Foundation
Promote freedom and liberty, peace, and justice; focus on consolidating democracy, the unification of Europe and the strengthening of transatlantic relations, as well as on development cooperation.
Established in 1955 as “Society for Christian-Democratic Civic Education”, the Foundation took on the name of the first Federal Chancellor in 1964.
- Conferences and Events
These activities attract people who 'have something to say'. Specific conferences and events target interfaith dialogues around the world. For instance, the Morocco and Jordan offices are important for the effectiveness of the dialogue programs in the Middle East.
Main Focus Countries of Activities
Democratic Republic of the Congo - Ghana - Kenya - Tanzania - Mozambique - Malawi - Namibia - Nigeria - Senegal - Uganda - Zimbabwe - Benin - Togo - Burkina Faso - Niger - Ivory Coast - Afghanistan - Cambodia - China - India - Indonesia - Japan - Kazakhstan - South Korea - Malaysia - Mongolia - Pakistan - Philippines - Thailand - Viet Nam - Singapore - Myanmar - Uzbekistan - Bangladesh - Albania - Belarus - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bulgaria - Croatia - Czechia - France - UK - Hungary - Italy - Serbia - Kosovo - Latvia - Macedonia - Moldova - Poland - Romania - Russian Federation - Spain - Ukraine - Germany - Estonia - Lithuania - Slovakia - Belgium - Luxembourg - Netherlands - Armenia - Azerbaijan - Georgia - Turkey - Greece - Argentina - Bolivia - Brazil - Chile - Colombia - Costa Rica - Ecuador - Guatemala - Mexico - Peru - Uruguay - Venezuela - Nicaragua - Israel - Jordan - State of Palestine - Morocco - Tunisia - Egypt - Lebanon - USA