Berliner Pub Talk: Connecting Latin America and Germany – Trade, Digitalization, Climate Protection, Immigration

For 42 percent of the Germans, climate protection is the most important political topic. Both the German Government and the European Commission have a very ambitious Climate Protection Agenda. Which are the options to co-operate successfully for better climate protection?

Immigration and the exchange of students are important stimuli for the relationship of countries. What can be done to simplify a regular exchange between Germany and Latin America? 

Who will be our experts?

– Stefan Liebich MdB, Spokesperson on Foreign Policy, Fraktion Die Linke

– Keisha Kal Witter, Chargée d’Affaires Embassy of Jamaica

– Dr. Erasmo A. Lara Cabrera, Chargée dÁffairs, Embassy of Mexico

– Christopher Kränzler, Member Board of Directors Bitkom

– further repräsentatives from other Latin American countries

Introduction into the topic: Dr. Robert Grimm, Director Ipsos


Berliner Pub Talk

The Berliner Pub Talk is a regular political event. It takes place about 10 times a year in a chess café and pub in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. People who work for political institutions, the government, the media or who are just interested in politics discuss with members of parliament, representatives from companies, the civil society or other countries about politics. Participants include Harald Kujat (former general inspector of the German army), Elke Breitenbach (minister or social affairs in Berlin) and Denis Mikerin (Russian press attaché in Berlin). Xing News and Ipsos are partners of the event.


Speakers :

  • Dr. Robert Grimm, Ipsos Public Affairs, Deutschland

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