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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

Installing Nature Reserve Signs

The Hanns Seidel Foundation installed the first set of guidance signs in Tammoun Nature Reserve in cooperation with the Environment Quality Authority, Mahmiyat.ps, and the Municipality of Tammoun represented by the Mayor Bashar Bani Odeh. The installation of six more sets of signs to other nature reserves is planned to be in September 2017.  undefined more...


Israeli-German Journalism Student Exchange

From July 23 until August 6, 2017, an exchange of journalism students from the Tel Aviv University and from the Deutsche Journalistenschule took place in both countries. The objective of the project was to provide the students with insight into how the societies deal with various issues, as well as introducing the students to various journalistic approaches regarding the matter. undefined more...


Beitillu Nature Reserve Masterplan

As part of our EU Partnership for Peace project, an international expert created a masterplan for a Nature Reserve in Palestine. The Nature Reserve of Beitillu was declared as such already in the Oslo agreement, as were many other reserves in Palestine. undefined more...


Environmental Conservation and Protected Areas in Palestine

As part of our EU Partnership for Peace project, Hanns Seidel Foundation in cooperation with the Environmental Quality Authority (EQA) arranged for a conference on 24 May 2017 in Ramallah to discuss a report on biodiversity and nature reserves in Palestine, thereby concluding the recent series of community events in nature reserves. undefined more... 


Community Events in Twenty-One Nature Reserves in Palestine

From March 10 to May 19 2017, the Hanns Seidel Foundation implemented thirteen community events in twenty-one nature reserves in Palestine. The purpose of these community events was to advocate the ecotourism usability of these nature reserves to a wider public. undefined more...


Israeli Presence at the International Federalism Days in Munich

During the 'International Munich Federalism Days' the Hanns Seidel Foundation brings together its worldwide network and organizes a regular global exchange for politicians, governmental and administrative staff, and scholars. The aim is to provide a practical and solution-oriented contribution to the implementation of decentralized structures in order to contribute to democracy, peace and development. undefinedmore...


Borderless Conservation of the Ecological Corridor

Our conference “Borderless Conservation of the Ecological Corridor - Nature Conservation in Israel and Palestine” raised awareness for the need for cross-border cooperation in nature conservation and environmental protection. undefinedmore...