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Hanns Seidel Foundation Israel

Hanns Seidel Foundation
38, Keren Hayesod Street
Jerusalem 9214915 | Israel
Tel.: +972 2-5619381 | Fax: +972 2-5661655
E-Mail: jerusalem@hss.de

Hanns Seidel Foundation Palestinian Territories

Hanns-Seidel-Foundation
26, Qurtoba Street
Jenin | Palestinian Territories
Tel.: +972 4-250204-0 | Fax: -1
E-Mail: disi@hss.de

Exchange of Journalism Students Israel-Germany

It was the first time that the Deutsche Journalistenschule Munich, took part in a student exchange program with an Israeli counterpart, the Tel Aviv University's Department of Communications (TAU). The project spanned from July 18 until August 2, in Munich and in Israel. undefinedmore...


Eco-Tourism Tour Guides in Palestine

During the month of August our partner, the Palestinian Wildlife Society (PWLS) is running a course for Eco-Tourism tour guides in Palestine, as part of our EU Partnership for Peace project. This course has become an official course for tour guides.  undefinedmore...


Alternative Tourism in Palestine

On July 27, our workshop "Alternative Tourism and Trails in Palestine" took place in Ramallah. The workshop was organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and the Environment Quality Authority, and is part of MOTA's vision for the development and diversification of tourism in Palestine. undefinedmore...


Annual State Budget Conference

On June 26, 2016, the seventh annual conference on the State Budget took place at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. This year's panel topic addressed the question "Does Defense expenditure Stimulate Growth?" Prof. Christos Kollias from the Thessaly University, Greece, gave the keynote speech. more... 


100 years Sykes-Picot Agreement: European borders in the East?

On June 7. 2016 the Hanns Seidel Foundation Israel and the Hanns Seidel Foundation Berlin, held a conference marking 100 years since the signing of the Sykes-Picot agreement. The conference discussed the consequences of the legacy of the Sykes-Picot agreement, and the political and historical reasons behind the current situation in Middle East. undefinedmore...



Majority-Minority Relations: Knesset Delegation to Germany/Denmark

In cooperation with the Citizens' Accord Forum we arranged for a visit of a Knesset delegation to Germany and Denmark, on the topic of majority-minority relations. The delegation learned about the cultural and educational autonomy of the Danish and German minorities, as well as international and European minority rights conventions. undefinedmore...


Launch of Nature Reserve Website

On May 24, the Hanns Seidel Foundation launched Mahmiyat.ps, the web presence of the Palestinian Nature Reserves. The website offers information about the natural and cultural resources of the region, about upcoming events and about protecting nature. undefinedmore... 


Getting Involved – Nature Park Community Events in Palestine

As part of our EU Partnership for Peace (PfP) Project a series of Community Events ended with a 4km hike in April at the Beit Ellu nature park, close to Ramallah. Around 180 university students, women association members, members of Palestinian ministries and experts in ecology and nature conservation took part in the hike. undefined more...