Parents of to be brides and grooms and their children, future bride and grooms, were invited on July 26th 2016 to an information evening about alternative marriages and their legal implications in Israel.
The coordination workshop took place mid of April 2016 and was an event in an ongoing series of events related to the bilateral dialogue program called Turkish Israeli Civil Society Forum (TICSF), which is being organized and coordinated by the FNF offices in Jerusalem and Istanbul.
End of May, the Forum for Liberal Thinking in cooperation with the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty conducted an event, which was devoted to the topic of incitement in Palestinian and Israeli school textbooks. The participants, who were comprised of members of the Forum for Liberal Thinking, and of Palestinian and Druze participants, were exposed to new researches dealing mainly with the image of the other in education programs in Israel and Palestine.
The FNF-Jerusalem office invited a group of young liberals from Germany and Israel to an exchange of thoughts and opinions on issues of liberalism, political engagement of the young generation and liberal political structures and strategies. The meeting took place on May 22nd in the vibrant metropolis of Tel Aviv.
The Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (FNF)recently hosted a group of 20 scholarship holders of the foundation, who toured Israel and the Palestinian Autonomous Territories May 14-21st, 2016.
The Israel-EU relations were in the focus of a weekend seminar organized by the Forum for Liberal Thinking in cooperation with the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty at the end of January, in Kibbutz Maale Chamischa, nearby Jerusalem.
In the frame of a weekend seminar for the members of the ME 2.0 Palestinian-Israeli Young Business Leaders Forum, facilitated by the FNF-Jerusalem office, the forum members received training in negotiation know how and skills, which can be applied in political as well as in business negotiations.
The first session of the ME 2.0 Palestinian-Israeli Young Business Leaders Forum took place on January 19th in Tel Aviv and was devoted to the role of the EU in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, economic and peace building vise. Before the discussion with the representatives of the EU
The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies in cooperation with the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty conducted a fourth round table in the frame of its joint research and dialogue project on Arab neighborhoods in East-Jerusalem, this time dealing with the Wadi al-Joz neighborhood.
Over 100 people attended a weekend seminar dealing with Israel’s economic challenges, conducted by The Forum for Liberal Thinking in cooperation with the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty in mid of November 2015, in Nachsholim.