On November 26th 2014 the Jerusalem Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty welcomed all the Foundation’s Palestinian Alumni who took part in the Foundation’s seminars, workshops, study tours and ex-scholarship holders.
This yearly conference took place this year in Amman, Jordan on 18 & 19 November 2014. The title of conference was “Economic Freedom & the Public Sector”. One Palestinian participated in this conference, Mr. Mohanad Hijjawi, Trade in Services Specialist at Palestine Trade Center – Paltrade.
In the light of the rising tensions between Israelis and Palestinians, Walter Klitz, head of the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty, was invited to participate in a German TV show (Planet Wissen) to share his impressions and knowledge about the recent incidents and developments in the region as well as about the work of the foundation in this conflict area.
On Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 the third 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).
On 7th and 8th of November 2014 the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty conducted in cooperation with its partner “Be Free Israel a weekend seminar in Jerusalem on the topic: “State & Religion in Israeli “.
On Saturday, November 1st,2014 the Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty in conjunction with its partner Israel Chofshit have launched in the Mantra restaurant in Jerusalem the photo exhibition “Freedom in Jerusalem: “Religion * Freedom * City”.
The Forum for Liberal Thinking conducted in cooperation with the FNF Jerusalem, a weekend seminar in Notredame Hotel in Jerusalem (17 -18.10.2014) on the topic: “Radicalization of political attitudes in Europe and Israel”.
On 6th of October 2014 the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty conducted in cooperation with its partner “Be Free Israel a discussion panel on “State & Religion in Israeli Media” with the participation of three renowned Israeli journalis
On 15th of September 2014 the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty organized in cooperation with its partner “Be Free Israel” a discussion panel with ex-ultra-religious journalists on their personal stories. Special guests were the journalists: Adam Shuv, Bela Mandel and Sarah Einfeld.
At the beginning of October 2014 our partner the Citizens Accord Forum organized with FNF-Jerusalem a round table for expert on the topic: Women’s Inheritance in the Arabic Society