Donnerstag, 23. November 2017

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President Obama’s Town Hall with Young Leaders in India

President Obama’s Town Hall with Young Leaders in India



By Bernadette Meehan, International Programs, Obama Foundation


This year, President Obama has hosted events with young people in GermanyIndonesia, and Brazil; now, he is going to India.
As one of the most culturally, religiously, linguistically, and ethnically diverse nations on earth, India’s democracy shows us the collective strength of engagement within and across communities. Most of India’s 1 billion people are under 35 years old, an engaged and passionate generation that includes Members of Parliament, Village Sarpanchs, scientists, artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, and civic leaders who are finding innovative ways to create positive change across India — change that benefits the world. For these reasons, we are excited to announce that on December 1, the Obama Foundation will host a Town Hall in New Delhi, India with President Obama and hundreds of young Indian leaders from across the country. The Town Hall will expand the conversation about what it means to be an active citizen and make an impact — and how the Obama Foundation can support emerging leaders in this effort.
As the Obama Foundation designs our international programming, we are committed to creating opportunities for young people from around the globe to have a chance to participate in shaping what we do. For that reason, we are inviting Indian residents who want to join President Obama for this Town Hall to apply to attend by telling us how they are making a difference in their community. We’ll also invite people across India to share their questions for President Obama online and anyone, anywhere can tune-in to watch the Town Hall live on Obama.org.
“Young Indians like you aren’t just going to define the future of this nation, you’re going to shape the world.” — President Obama to young people New Delhi, India on January 27, 2015
President Obama believes that countries are strongest when we empower our young people — because ultimately, they’re the ones who will shape our future. Our India trip will build on the progress we made last month at ourinaugural global Summit in Chicago, where we convened young leaders working to create change in their communities. We hosted inspiring Indians like Trisha Shetty, who started an organization called She Says with the aim to educate and empower women and men to take action against sexual abuse. We invited leaders like Sanchana Krishnan, who works with communities to normalize mental health issues and empower people to get the help they seek. Sanchana organizes a series of personal storytelling events called Living Stories, where people discuss their mental health adventures and misadventures, promoting knowledge and empathy through storytelling. We loved meeting these civic innovators and hearing about their changemaking initiatives, and with their feedback we will continue to develop programs that will engage, empower, connect, and spotlight people that are tackling challenges in their communities.
I have been incredibly impressed by the young people we are getting to know around the world. Trisha and Sanchana represent a generation of leadership that is focused on working with their communities, not just for them. It is this community-based change that will empower young leaders to make their neighborhoods and nations live up to their potential. I can’t wait to hear more about the unique initiatives young Indian leaders have started in their communities.


Mittwoch, 13. September 2017

Obama Foundation Fellowship Program in Chicago Area 2018 | Opportunity Desk

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Blog von Diplom-Betriebswirt Helmut Zermin: Email from President Obama: "This is where we go from here" - Obama Foundation

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President Obama Announces The Obama Foundation Summit

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Obama Foundation Summit

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Dienstag, 12. September 2017

Barack Obama Europe: Obama Foundation to Host Public Meeting to Receive Community Feedback on Foundation Programming and Obama Presidential Center - Obama Foundation

Barack Obama Europe: Obama Foundation to Host Public Meeting to Receive Community Feedback on Foundation Programming and Obama Presidential Center - Obama Foundation



Obama Foundation to Host Public Meeting to Receive Community Feedback on Foundation Programming and Obama Presidential Center - Obama Foundation


Chicago, IL – Today, the Obama Foundation announced that it will hold a public meeting on Thursday, September 14 at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place to receive feedback from the community and local residents on the development and construction of the Obama Presidential Center (OPC), as well as on how to support civic leaders making positive change in their communities. The Obama Foundation will be represented at the meeting by Michael Strautmanis, Vice President of Civic Engagement; Louise Bernard, Museum Director; Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, lead architects for the OPC; and Michael Van Valkenburgh, lead landscape designer for the OPC. The event will be open to the public. The OPC will be located in historic Jackson Park on the South Side of Chicago, a community near and dear to the Obamas.
“We appreciate the feedback we have already received from our neighbors in the South Side and beyond from the City’s public meetings, our smaller group meetings and surveys,” said David Simas, Chief Executive Officer at the Obama Foundation. “President and Mrs. Obama are developing the OPC in the South Side to give back to the community that has given so much to them. The Center is designed to unlock the full potential of Jackson Park and help support economic development in the surrounding neighborhoods, in order to fulfill those goals, we believe we must continue to discuss with the community what they want out of the Center in Jackson Park. We look forward to hearing from residents on how the Obama Foundation can be a vital part of this community.”
“This meeting is part of our open door policy to hear from anyone with an interest in the Obama Foundation and meet them where they are,” said Michael Strautmanis, Vice President of Civic Engagement at the Obama Foundation. “We want the Obama Foundation to be a staple of the South Side community for years to come. The best way to accomplish that is to listen to residents on how we can be good neighbors and help them reap the benefits from this exciting and historic project.”  
In May, President and Mrs. Obama announced their initial design concept for the OPC. In May, the Foundation also released an outside economic impact assessment for the OPC that estimates between 625,000 and 760,000 annual visitors to the OPC and economic impact of $3.1 billion for Cook County during construction and ten years of operations. In June, July and August, the Obama Foundation has participated in dozens of one-on-one meetings, small group meetings with the community, and public meetings with the City of Chicago, Chicago Park District, Chicago Department of Transportation, and Alderman Leslie Hairston. The Foundation also issued an online survey to receive feedback on its design concepts.
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Sonntag, 10. September 2017

„How's it Going, Everybody?“ Obama überrascht Schüler mit unerwartetem Besuch - VIDEO - Sputnik Deutschland

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Der ehemalige Präsident Barack Obama schließt sich Bill und Melinda Gates sowie anderen Führungspersönlichkeiten beim Goalkeepers Event in New York an | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 09.09.2017

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Samstag, 9. September 2017

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Obama makes surprise visit to DC high school | TheHill

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‘How’s it Going, Everybody?’ Obama Shocks DC School With Surprise Visit (VIDEO) - Sputnik International

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Mittwoch, 6. September 2017

Startups und Versicherungs­branche vernetzen: InsurLab Germany geht in Köln an den Start · IT Finanzmagazin

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Trump stoppt "Dreamer"-Regelung: Obama kritisiert "grausame" Entscheidung - heute-Nachrichten

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Video: Verena Bünten, ARD Washington, mit Hintergrundwissen zu den "Dreamern" | tagesschau.de

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Obama on Trump's DACA decision to rescind program - CBS News

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Dienstag, 5. September 2017

Barack Obama kritisiert Ende von Schutzprogramm für Kinder illegaler Einwanderer - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Barack Obama kritisiert Ende von Schutzprogramm für Kinder illegaler Einwanderer - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Read Obama's statement on DACA phaseout | TheHill

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#DeineWahl YouTuber fragen Angela Merkel Mit Ischtar Isik, AlexiBexi,...

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Montag, 4. September 2017

Barack Obama sent Trump a letter before leaving office, here's what he said

US-Präsidentschaft - „Die Demokratie hüten“ – Barack Obamas mahnender Brief an Donald Trump - derwesten.de

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Donald Trump: Das schrieb ihm Barack Obama zum Abschied - WELT

Donald Trump: Das schrieb ihm Barack Obama zum Abschied - WELT

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Brief zum Amtswechsel: Was Barack Obama Donald Trump schrieb - Politik - Stuttgarter Zeitung

Etats-Unis: La lettre d'Obama à Trump: éloge de la démocratie - Monde - 24heures.ch

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Freitag, 1. September 2017

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Interim Botschafter der USA in Deutschland, Kent Logsdon: Beziehungen ...

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Barack Obama Europe: Obama Foundation Issues Request for Proposal to Four Construction Management Teams for Obama Presidential Center - Obama Foundation

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Mittwoch, 30. August 2017

Dienstag, 29. August 2017

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Sonntag, 27. August 2017

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First look at the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, USA

Obama Foundation Announces Proposal for Combined Park & Parking Facility for Obama Presidential Center - Obama Foundation









AUGUST 23, 2017

1:00 PM


Chicago, IL – Today, the Obama Foundation announced its proposal for a combined park and parking facility on an underutilized section of the Midway Plaisance across from the future site of the Obama Presidential Center (OPC). The OPC will be located in historic Jackson Park on the South Side of Chicago, a community the Obamas call home. President and Mrs. Obama chose to bring the OPC to the South Side, in part, to give back to the community that has given them so much. 


The Center will strengthen the economic climate in the community by bringing hundreds of thousands of visitors to the South Side every year, creating new jobs on the South Side and revitalizing Jackson Park. The proposed park and parking facility will support those goals by stimulating the streets around the OPC with increased pedestrian activity.

The OPC and the parking facility are designed to unlock the full potential of Jackson Park as a recreational destination for the community and visitors alike. The facility will be covered and surrounded by a new 3-4 acre park that will be open to the public and provide views of Jackson Park and its lagoons, and numerous new recreational opportunities, such as a picnic area, a children’s play area and more. The existing Cheney-Goode Memorial will be retained as part of the proposed redevelopment of this parkland. The proposal includes off-street bus drop-off and pick-up, bicycle parking, and a close connection to Metra.


“The Foundation evaluates each proposal for the design of the OPC through the lens of supporting our surrounding community. Building a parking facility on the Midway continues the Obama Foundation’s goal of revitalizing Jackson Park and spurring economic activity across the South Side,” explained David Simas, Chief Executive Officer at the Obama Foundation. “With this proposal, we are increasing foot traffic within the community, not just in Jackson Park, and creating new park space for families to gather and play.”


The parking facility is expected to hold 400-450 vehicles. The parking facility will be paid for by the Obama Foundation. The Midway Plaisance is owned by the City of Chicago. Pending input from the community and approval by the City Council, the City would convey rights for parking to the Obama Foundation .

In May,President Barack Obama and Mrs. Michelle Obama announced their initial design concept for the OPC. 

In June, July and August, the Obama Foundation has participated in dozens of one-on-one meetings, small group meetings with the community, and public meetings with the City of Chicago, Chicago Park District, Chicago Department of Transportation, and Alderman Leslie Hairston. The Foundation also issued an online survey to receive feedback on its design concepts. Today’s combined park and parking facility proposal includes input from those feedback sessions.

The proposed site plan of the combined park and parking facility can be viewed HERE.





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Community Involvement in Ending Conflict and Securing Peace

Community Involvement in Ending Conflict and Securing Peace


By Bernadette Meehan, International Programs, Obama Foundation




Earlier this year, ahead of President Obama’s trip to Berlin for the Obama Foundation’s first international event, I wrote an email to let people know that the Foundation will be actively involved in supporting young leaders around the world as they seek to improve their communities and create change at a local, national, and global level. Giovanni Anzola-Pardo, Director of International Affairs at La Salle University in Bogotá, Colombia read my email and wrote to me about it.
As one of the organizers of a summit on peacebuilding, Giovanni was working with seven universities, the Government of Colombia, and a number of organizations to gather thousands of students together to discuss how students and universities can contribute to the Colombian peace process and help consolidate a lasting peace in a country emerging from one of the longest armed conflicts in the world. He invited me to travel to Colombia to share more about the Foundation’s work and our efforts to help young people make an impact in their communities. Helping young people take on big issues is what the Obama Foundation is all about, so I happily accepted his invitation. I was thrilled to return to Colombia; I lived there for two years when I worked as a Vice Consul at the U.S. Embassy in Bogotá more than a decade ago.




Yesterday, I spoke to hundreds of students about the lessons I’ve learned during my 13 years as a Foreign Service Officer for the Department of State. My point of view comes from being a diplomat negotiating agreements between adversaries and then working to ensure their successful implementation. Through these experiences, I have come to learn that while civil conflict and peace are local at their core, there are general lessons we can learn from the experiences of others.
Here are a few of the lessons I shared with the young people in Colombia about the importance of civic engagement in peacebuilding and conflict resolution:
Lasting peace is not just the work of governments.

Yes, governments handle the negotiations and sign the agreements (and often
get the credit), but the true key to success is in the hands of the citizens.
This is an incredible power to have, and should not be wasted. President Obama said earlier this year that “ordinary people, when working together, can do extraordinary things.” You don’t have to be an expert to make a lasting
difference — you just need to commit to taking action.
Treating others with dignity and respect — even when we disagree — matters.

Treating someone with dignity and respect does not mean you agree with
them, their actions, or their positions. But if you don’t treat the other side
as human, they will remain a faceless adversary, and it is much easier to dig
in to hardline positions or revert to violence. Talking respectfully with a
former enemy is incredibly difficult, but it is necessary to pursue and sustain
peace.
There are many
different paths to peace, and many ways for people to become agents of
change — no matter your experience or commitment level.

You may think there is no role for a university student in peacebuilding.
It may seem like peacebuilding is better left to more experienced people. But
just remember, if these “more experienced people” were experts in peace, there
would not have been conflict in the first place. There is a role for everyone
in this process — no matter their level of experience or skillset. Be bold,
think big, take risks, and seek to change to the world — in whatever way is
meaningful to you.
Commit to community service.

Find organizations that are actively involved in supporting peace, and
volunteer your time and share your skills. Organize events that bring
stakeholders from around the country together to make connections, share
resources, and learn from each other.
Apathy is destructive.

This is your future. Don’t let previous generations decide what
your future will be simply because you don’t care enough to be involved.
Women are key to peace.

Do everything in your power to create a safe environment for them to
participate. You cannot succeed if half of your population is marginalized.
Focus on sustainability and do not be discouraged.

Fighting is often easier than making peace. Sustaining peace is often
harder than signing a peace accord. Expect setbacks. Remain committed. As
President Obama says, “hard things are hard”. In an age of instant
gratification, do not give up when problems aren’t solved immediately.
Young people today are the holders of hope. That was evident in Colombia when I spoke with students who were eager to make a contribution to the peace process. It is up to each of us to make choices to become active citizens in our communities, and to make positive and lasting contributions to these efforts. The Obama Foundation seeks to create pathways and knock down barriers for people working on issues that have been important to the Obamas, including promoting inter-communal dialogue and conflict resolution like what is occurring in Colombia.
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Donnerstag, 24. August 2017

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VRdS Rede-Analysen Bundestagswahlkampf 2017

VRdS Rede-Analysen Bundestagswahlkampf 2017

Rede-Analysen Bundestagswahlkampf 2017




Bei der letzten Bundestagswahl hieß der Sieger Gregor Gysi, bei der Europawahl Martin Schulz. 

Wie sieht es 2017 aus?

Kann Martin Schulz als Herausforderer der Amtsinhaberin Angela Merkel rhetorisch den Rang ablaufen? Oder macht ein Redetalent der kleineren Parteien das Rennen?

Auch im Bundeswahlkampf 2017 besuchen berufserfahrene Praktiker*innen des VRdS wieder den Straßenwahlkampf, um die beste Wahlkampfrednerin bzw. den besten Wahlkampfredner zu küren. Berücksichtigt werden die Spitzenkandidaten und -kandidatinnen aller Parteien, die ab August in den Umfragen über fünf Prozent liegen. 

Bei Parteien, die mit Spitzenduos antreten, werden beide Protagonisten analysiert.

Die Beurteilung erfolgt nach einem Punktesystem in acht Kategorien: Aufbau, Sprache, Stil, Argumentation, Vortrag, Selbstdarstellung, Inszenierung, Wirkung, Gesamteindruck. Um die Neutralität zu gewährleisten, soll jede Rede von jeweils zwei VRdS-Profis begutachtet werden.

Abschließend werden die Analysen miteinander verglichen und der Sieger/die Siegerin gekürt.

Das Ergebnis wird voraussichtlich am 15. September 2017 in Berlin im Rahmen einer Pressekonferenz veröffentlicht. 

Dies alles geschieht ehrenamtlich unter der Leitung eines Koordinatorenteams, das in diesem Jahr VRdS-Vizepräsidentin Antje Hermenau führt. 

Die freie Redenschreiberin, Unternehmerin und Publizistin Antje Hermenau war zwischen 1994 und 2004 selbst Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) und gewann in den 90ern das „Silberne Mikro“ als eine der besten Nachwuchsrednerinnen des Deutschen Bundestages. Seit 2015 gehört sie keiner Partei mehr an.

„Wir leben in Zeiten, in denen Persönlichkeiten überzeugen müssen, denn Fakten sind interpretierbar. Persönlichkeiten aber überzeugen am meisten mit ihren Reden“, so Hermenau.

„Wahlprogramme allein reichen nicht aus. Denn niemand kann vorhersagen, wie
sich die Welt entwickeln wird. Die Zukunft ist unkalkulierbar. Deshalb braucht
es Menschen, die ihre Handlungsfähigkeit in Reden überzeugend darlegen können. Im Prinzip geht es um Vertrauen.“

Unterstützt wird Antje Hermenau von Hans-Georg Roth, Rhetorikcoach, Lehrbeauftragter und seit über 40 Jahren politischer Redenschreiber. Er war zwischen 1979 - 1992 Redenschreiber der Bayerischen Staatsregierung, 1992 - 1999 Redenschreiber des Thüringer Ministerpräsidenten Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel und 2001 - 2015 Redenschreiber in der Thüringer Landesregierung. Er schrieb somit Reden sowohl für Franz-Josef Strauß, als auch für Bodo Ramelow. 

An die Redaktionen:

Die Analystinnen und Analysten des VRdS, die die Wahlkampfreden bewerten, kommen aus verschiedenen Teilen des Bundesgebiets. Für Interviewanfragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Anja Martin, Sprecherin des VRdS, unter presse@vrds.deTelefon 0163 63 88 900.