Events

Events

11/24/2012

The 11th Forum "Historical Consciousness and Peace in East Asia"

The Forum "Historical Consciousness and Peace in East Asia" serves to deepen the Sino-Japanese Dialogue on history and considers European experiences with postwar reconciliation.


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10/18/2012

EPRIE (Exchange Program for Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe) 2012

Open Symposium on the topic "On The Way to a Economical Integration in Eastern Asia"


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10/15/2012

International Symposium "Global Energy Policy at a Crossroad"

During this symposium, experts from Japan, Germany, the United States, China and Hong Kong discuss issues related to renewable energy technology and the global future of energy policy.


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10/10/2012

Round-table "Finance system in Germany and the world - challenges and perspectives"

Seminar and Round-table talks with Carsten Sieling, Member of the Bundestag (Social Democratic Party of Germany)


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09/25/2012

Lecture "Energy policy in Germany - nuclear power phase-out and economic growth"

Lecture by Dr. Sven Saaler, Representative of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Tokyo, on energy policy in Germany and Japan.


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07/08/2012

International Symposium "China's Role in Asia - Research Approaches in Germany and Japan"

How to deal with a rising China? Experts from Japan and Germany discuss issues of international relations and global society.


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07/07/2012

Symposium: The decision of Germany to phase out nuclear power

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04/04/2012

Round table with the delegation of "Arbeit und Leben" from Germany: Japanese perceptions of history and reconciliation in East Asia

Sven Saaler, FES Japan Representative, gave a lecture on Japanese efforts to come to terms with its history after World War II to the delegation of “Arbeit und Leben”, a German institution for political education.


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03/11/2012

Symposium: "Japan & Germany: What do we learn from the nuclear accident in Fukushima?"

One thing that became painfully evident through the nuclear accident on March 11th 2011 is that nuclear technology cannot be controlled by human beings. We have to ask ourselves: what choices do we have for our future?


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03/08/2012

International Symposium: "Declining birthrate and aging population in Germany and Japan"

The demographic change in Japan and Germany has become a serious challenge for the societies of both countries: Child poverty, the aging of the population and a shrinking labor force weigh heavily on the health and social incurance systems of both nations. On this Symposium we discussed how a country facing financial hardships can stabilize social security.


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