Events

Events

With its events series, the GIGA regularly presents research results and discusses both global trends and developments in the regions of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.


  • GIGA Distinguished Speaker Lecture Series | 12/09/2023 - 12/12/2023

    Global Digital Transformation

    The GIGA Distinguished Speaker Lecture Series brings leading minds from the realms of academia and policymaking from all over the world to the Institute to stimulate public exchange on key global developments. In 2023, we tackled the global digital transformation from diverse angles and offered innovative perspectives on this societal realignment. Upcoming next, 12 December: Prof. Dr. Olubukola S. Adesina will speak on "Digital Diplomacy and African Countries: Opportunities, Challenges, and Future Prospects ".


    All GIGA Events

    The GIGA shares current findings and differentiated analyses of world events with politicians, the media, and the public. In various event formats, the GIGA maintains an exchange with leading international academics, politicians, economists, and the general public.

    Lecture Series | 29/05/2024

    Franco-German Observatory of the Indo-Pacific

    The Franco-German Observatory invites key actors from the Indo-Pacific to present their vision of the region, how they conceive of it geo-strategically and the place of China, the US, and Europe within this framework. We look forward to debating questions of economic interdependence and independence, of trade and investment, and the expectations the countries of the Indo-Pacific might have towards the “West” in general, and Europe, in particular.

    Joint discussion with University of Hamburg | 20/11/2023

    Designing Effective Policy Interventions on Treatable Infectious Diseases

    Infectious diseases such as syphilis are highly treatable. But if ignored, they can have devastating consequences, as in the dramatic rise of congenital syphilis among newborns at the Colombia-Venezuela border. But how can health services best reach and treat populations at risk, including undocumented migrants? A multidisciplinary pilot project yields promising results that could help save lives.

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