Disaster Prevention Training
KAS Japan invited to watch German Eurofighter Jets conduct their joint exercise
Defense and Security Technology Forum 2.0
Founded in 1955, we are a political foundation that has offices in over 100 countries. Through the headquarter in Berlin and our local offices, we connect influential leaders in government, business, academia and beyond. We provide resources to shape more prosperous societies in not just the countries that we have offices in, but 120+ countries worldwide.
KAS Country Programme Japan focuses on and promotes the bilateral relationship between Germany and Japan by initiating direct exchanges between the two countries.
The programme conducts the following: Inter-Parliamentary Dialogue, Party to Party Dialogue between CDU (Christian Democratic Union) and the LDP (Liberal Democratic Party), active exchanges with other political parties, as well as experts’ forums, conferences, study tours and scholarships. It also produces publications that are related to the work of the Programme.
KAS Regional Economic Programme Asia (SOPAS) is a regional forum that contributes to the debate and reform of economic and governance models in Asia.
It brings together a network of policy makers, economists, political analysts and thought leaders across Asia to discuss emerging issues, propose policy alternatives and share best practices. These discussions in Asia are also brought to the fore in Europe through expert conferences, seminars, and workshops. Publications on key topics are also regularly released to provide insights and recommendations to national and regional policymakers.
The protection of a rules-based international order, and continued peace and prosperity in the region be it maritime, land or cyberspace.
Ensuring sustainable economic growth and development, inclusive of climate change, energy, biodiversity and environmental protection.
Creating a society where technology, strong democratic institutions, diversity and gender equality go hand-in-hand to support human flourishing.
The Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s (KAS) regional economic program SOPAS, in cooperation with TalentNomics India, launched a two-day conference titled “Enabling an Equiverse-4W4W” to specifically discuss the issues women face in regard to their work, wealth, wellbeing, and welfare.
On November 16, the Japan Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, in cooperation with Minoru Kiuchi, Member of the House of Representatives of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) / Secretary-General of the Japan-German Parliamentary Friendship League, held the second party dialogue between the Christian Democratic/Social Union (CDU/CSU) and the LDP in the National Diet of Japan.
On December 16, Japan revised the three key defense documents, including the National Security Strategy. Despite the deteriorating security environment, Japan has long maintained an exclusively defense-oriented policy. This paper analyzes the concept and the constraints of the “minimum extent necessary” of Japan’s security policy.
On November 14, 2022, Konrad Adenauer Foundation Japan Office, Japan-Germany Center Berlin, the Japan Institute of International Affairs, the Foreign Office of Germany, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan jointly held the German-Japanese 1.5 Track Security Dialogue in light of the Russian aggression against Ukraine and its repercussions, in Tokyo as an in-person event for the first in three years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second paper of the Future of Work and Education essay series traces the evolution of education policy and strategy for mainstreaming education technology in Philippine schools since the K-12 reform.
The first paper in the series describes the challenges of information communication technology (ICT) adoption Cambodia’s education system and proposes policy measures to overcome them.
The KAS Japan team went to the Honjo Life Safety Learning Center to receive some disaster prevention training on 14 October 2022.
Government officials and representatives of organisations (including KAS Japan) involved in defence-related issues from both Japan and Germany were invited to watch the Japanese and German air forces conduct their first joint exercise in the country on 28 September 2022.
KAS Japan Country Representative Rabea Brauer moderated a session during the Defense and Security Technology Forum 2.0.
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