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From 30 September to 2 October 2019 the 3rd Symposium of the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation will take place at the law faculty of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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3. Symposium der Elisabeth-Käsemann-Stiftung




On invitation of the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation spoke on April 30th Dr. Kathryn Libal (Director of the Human Rights Institute of the University of Connecticut) about "HUMAN RIGHTS WORK IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TRUMP ERA"


Auf Einladung der Elisabeth-Käsemann-Stiftung sprach Dr. Kathryn Libal (Director of the Human Rights Institute of the University of Connecticut) zum Thema "HUMAN RIGHTS WORK IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TRUMP ERA"




Auf Einladung der Elisabeth-Käsemann-Stiftung sprach Dr. Kathryn Libal (Director of the Human Rights Institute of the University of Connecticut) zum Thema "HUMAN RIGHTS WORK IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TRUMP ERA"



Dr. Libal described the consequences of the shift of the United States towards a society in which minorities, people who need social welfare or medical care and asylum seekers as well as persons who criticize this development turn into an unwanted part of society.


Auf Einladung der Elisabeth-Käsemann-Stiftung sprach Dr. Kathryn Libal (Director of the Human Rights Institute of the University of Connecticut) zum Thema "HUMAN RIGHTS WORK IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TRUMP ERA"




Auf Einladung der Elisabeth-Käsemann-Stiftung sprach Dr. Kathryn Libal (Director of the Human Rights Institute of the University of Connecticut) zum Thema "HUMAN RIGHTS WORK IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TRUMP ERA"


Report 2. Elisabeth-Käsemann-Symposium


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Certificate for the successful participation in the school project of the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation 2017/18


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World Women's Day in Stuttgart
On the occasion of the World Women's Day the Circulo Latino Baden-Württemberg organized an event which was among other supported by Engagement Global and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development on the topic of human rights. The Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation was invited to talk about its work.

Part of the program was as well the moving story of Anna Hess, who was deported to the national-socialist concentration camp Theresienstadt, where she died under awful circumstances. Her family had fled on time to Argentina. Her great-granddaughter Madelaine Linden, born in Buenos Aires, cited from letters her ancestress wrote to her family in Buenos Aires.

World Women's Day in Stuttgart

World Women's Day in Stuttgart


School project of the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation
Workshop in the HOUSE OF HISTORY BADEN-WURTTEMBERG with the students of the Wildermuth-Gymnasium in Tubinga.

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