Israel Congress, Berlin 2013

KKL-JNF is a strategic partner to the 3rd Israel Congress, to be held in Berlin on November 10th, 2013. Israel Congress provides a platform for the exchange of ideas in strengthening relations between Israel and Germany in a broad range of fields.

Memorable Moments at the 2013 Israel Congress in Berlin

KKL-JNF World Chairman confronts anti-Israel protesters outside Israel Congress in Berlin


About Israel Congress

Founded in 2010, the Israel Congress, which is held in Germany, aims to intensify relations between Israel and Germany on all levels - politics, business, science, culture and religion. The Congress provides a forum for political and business leaders, as well as the general public, to exchange ideas and set goals to strengthen relations between the two countries.

The previous conference, held in Frankfurt in 2011, was atttended by over 3,000 people, with 200 participating organizations, making the conference the largest of its kind in Europe.

The Israel Congress 2013 will be held in Berlin, on November 10, and will place a special emphasis on action and will encourage young leadership. Ideas for partnership will be exchanged and conceptualized in five different labs: Politics, Business, Science, Culture, and Religion. The established goals of each lab will be implemented with the assistance of the Israel Congress partners.

Israel Congress Website

KKL-JNF and Israel Congress

Thank-you letters to friends of JNF Germany from children in Israel's south, who enjoyed a reprieve at Ness Harim, thanks to their donation. Photo: KKL-JNF Photo Archive

KKL-JNF is the strategic partner for the 2013 Israel Congress
. As a leader in technological innovation and international cooperation in the environmental field, and an active facilitator of young Israeli-German leadership through the GreenXchange program, it is well-placed to help advance the goals of increased cooperation between Israel and Germany.

KKL-JNF World Chairman Efi Stenzler will greet the guests at Israel Congress's opening plenary. Throughout the conference, KKL-JNF will also be running an interactive pavillion where visitors can get information on KKL-JNF's projects, activities and partnerships, along with a rest area where meetings can take place.

The Israel Congress in Berlin will also be the starting point for KKL-JNF's mobile exhibition introducing KKL-JNF and relaying its fascinating history through photos and text.