At the end of July we conducted in cooperation with our partner, the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies (JIIS), the third round table in the frame of our joint project “Arab Neighborhoods in East-Jerusalem”.
The English version of our foundation’s annual report is now available! The report provides an insight into the domestic and international work of the different FNF-offices in Germany and around the world in the year 2014. Enjoy the reading!
During April, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty hosted Mr. Borkenstein, an expert in transparency and former head of department at the ministry of transport, construction and urban development in Germany. Mr. Borkenstein met with partners of the Foundation who also deal with transparency issues, such as Israel Be Free, HaTnua Party and Injaz Center.
The Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and its partner, the Citizens Accord Forum, continue with their “land and soil program”, which brings together Jewish and Arab experts from different
The Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty and “The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies” continue the joint research on the issue of the special situation of the Arab neighborhoods in East
From May 14 through May 19, 7 representatives and officers of the HaTnua Party, the Foundation’s counterpart, visited Berlin. The visit was conducted under the theme “50-Year Diplomatic Relationship between Germany and Israel” and concluded with the solemn inauguration of the photo show “Religion*Freedom*City”. Pictures were chosen from a photo contest held by the FNF […]
The “Arab Youth Union for Freedom and Democracy (AYUFD)” is a coalition of Arab liberal parties and organizations.
The Friedrich Naumann- Foundation for Liberty – Jerusalem in cooperation with the Palestinian Youth Forum of Freedom and Democracy launched the youth Forum titled “Yes we can”.
On Monday, April 13th, 2015 the fourth event in the frame of the lecture series “Who is afraid of Liberalism? – Challenges to the Liberal Democracy in Israel” took place at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. The lecture series is conducted by the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty in cooperation with the Radzyner Law School of the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (IDC).
The 37th session of ME 2.0 Palestinian-Israeli Young Business Leaders forum was held in Jerusalem during April. The members of the Forum dealt with cross-border partnership and the effects accompanying such cooperation.