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The Rise of Africa 2016 »
"Cultural Diplomacy and the Afro German Relations"

(Berlin; October 6th - 9th, 2016)

The successful cooperation between Germany and African Countries from the North to the South is underlined by many political, economic and cultural initiatives that are contributing to both sides and enabling the ongoing “Rise of Africa.” (More »)

Africa Meets Europe: A Forum for Young Leaders (AME) »
(Berlin; October 6th - 9th, 2016)

Africa Meets Europe: A Forum for Young Leaders (AME) is a network of young professionals and individuals who have an interest in exploring and strengthening the relations between Africa and Europe. The ultimate goal of the forum is to educate, enhance and sustain the African-European relationship by empowering the next generation of young leaders from Africa and Europe. (More »)

Professional Development Program on the German-African Relations »
Certificate Program on the German-African Relations

(Berlin; October 6th - 15th, 2016)

The Certificate Program on the on the German-African Relations is comprised of specialized courses designed to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge about the German-African relations. (More »)

The Berlin Summit on African Youth Education & Development »
"Establishing a Sustainable Educational System Infrastructure and Professional Development Programs in Africa"

(Berlin; January 13th - 16th, 2014)

The Berlin Summit on African Youth Education & Development took place in Berlin over a period of three days and was designed to enable all of the key stakeholders from the field of education to come together to anlyze, assess and discuss the development of education and professional development opportunities in Africa. (More »)

The Addis Abba Summit on Cross Continental Cooperation »
"The Future of the Millennium Development Goals in the African Union"

(Ethiopia, Addis Ababa; January 27th - 31st, 2014 – Held Parallel to the African Union Summit)

To maintain this optimism, The ICD believes in the necessity of establishing a participatory process for the next formulation of the agenda, supported by a more diverse range of actors to ensure a more democratic framework and therefore even more successful outcomes. (More »)

Opening Speech – The Berlin International Economics Congress 2011
(Berlin, March 7th, 2011)

A Keynote Speech by The Hon. Nahas Angula (Former Prime minister of Namibia) (more)

How Democracy, Peacebuilding and Human Rights are Developing in Africa
(Berlin, November 6th, 2010)

A Lecture by President Joaquim Chissano (Former President of Mozambique) (more)

Democratic Participation and Cultural Inclusion in Multi-Ethnic and Multi-Lingual Societies
(Berlin, July 28th, 2009)

A Keynote speech by President. Cassam Uteem, (ICD Advisory Board Member; Former President of the Republic of Mauritius) (more)