Freedom, justice, solidarity – these are the pillars of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s work in Israel.
The Hanns Seidel Foundation works both in Israel and in the Palestinian Territories. One of its focuses in 2017 is the social accord between Jews and Arabs.
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Israel cooperates on a long-term basis with its partner organizations. One focus is the support of the peace process.
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom works out of East Jerusalem with a Palestinian-Israeli team.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation in Israel promotes social debates. In so doing, it takes a quotation from its namesake as its leitmotif: “Interference is the only way to remain realistic”.
At the Leipzig Book Fair German readers and Israeli authors are discussing current issues such as integration and property speculation.
Gadi Toren heads the Robert Bosch Venture Capital office in Israel. The expert on German-Israeli collaboration comments on the potential of Industry 4.0 as well as describing how IT and traditional working practices are merging.
Out of Place is a German-Israeli project that brings together filmmakers from the two countries and asks questions about identity and integration.
Emily Elhacham, a 25-year-old scientist at Tel Aviv University, is one of the Green Talents 2016.
The EXIST Start-Up Germany project is also funding foreign start-ups for the first time: Ran Oren from Israel is one of the pioneers with his Pin2Pin platform.