European Traces in Israel
European Traces in Israel is a serie of outdoor tours aimed at providing our students the opportunity of encountering the European old and contemporary history that has left it's remarks on our landscape. The observation of these remarks on the Israeli landscape helps us understand better the Zeitgeist of different periods of the European history and conduct, and helps us understand better the European connection to our area.
November 23, 2017, Sarona Tour
On November 23rd students participated in a study tour in Tel Aviv, to learn about the relationship and history between Tel Aviv and Germany. The students had a tour of the Sarona compound, enjoyed lunch with representatives from Young Professionals in Foreign Policy organizations and visited the German embassy in Tel Aviv.The study tour, which was organised in collaboration with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel, was enriching and exposed our students to the cultural, political and historical aspects of the longtime relationship between Israel and Germany.
December 1, Adenauer Division Tour to European Delegation in Israel
On December 1, students of the Adeneaur Division of studies of European Politics and Society along with students from the Department of Politics and Government at BGU, visited the European Union Delegation to Israel's offices in Ramat Gan. During the visit, students met with various representatives of the delegation, including a senior advisor of the political desk,communications and media directors, directors of economic and trade relations and the head of the science and technology desk. Students were engaged in fruitful discussion on EU-Israel relations from various perspectives.