PARTNERS

adelphi consult GmbH


adelphi is the leading independent think-and-do tank in Europe for climate, environment and development. As a policy consultancy, we support a just transition towards carbon neutrality and sustainable, livable societies.

American Chamber of Commerce in Germany e.V. 

Established in 1903, AmCham Germany supports its members' in U.S.-German trade. It serves as the voice of the transatlantic economy, fostering intercultural cooperation, understandings and investments. Committed to transparent dialogue, free trade, and a thriving open business climate.

American Academy in Berlin


The American Academy is an institution of advanced scholarship and practice in arts, humanities, social sciences, and public policy. Its flagship program is the Berlin Prize Fellowship, a semester-long residency awarded to scholars, artists, writers, composers, and journalists from the United States.

American Council on Germany

The American Council on Germany, founded in 1952, promotes dialogue and understanding between the United States and Germany. Through forums, exchanges, and initiatives, it addresses key global issues, fostering transatlantic cooperation and collaboration.

American-German Institute Johns Hopkins University

The American-German Institute is a research institute affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, focused on Germany and the United States. We collaborate with policymakers, corporate leaders, and scholars to address the top issues affecting the U.S., Germany, and the broader transatlantic relationship.

Amerikahaus München / Stiftung Bayerisches Amerikahaus gGmbH

The Amerikahaus—Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations offers a wide range of events and services which strive to promote transatlantic ties and cultural understanding, especially to younger generations. The Amerikahaus is located in the heart of Munich.


AmerikaHaus NRW e.V. 


The AmerikaHaus NRW e.V. is an independent non-profit organization working to foster close relations between North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and the U.S. Founded in 2007 as a public-private partnership, it is the platform for a broad and inclusive transatlantic dialogue in NRW.


Amerikazentrum Hamburg e.V.

Amerikazentrum Hamburg e.V. is a hub fostering American-German relations. Founded as a non-profit, it promotes cultural exchange, education, and dialogue. Through diverse programs and events, it creates an engaging platform for transatlantic exchange and understanding.


Aspen Institute Germany e.V.

The Aspen Institute Germany, established to promote values-based leadership and policy dialogue, engages in fostering transatlantic cooperation, encouraging critical thinking, and addressing global challenges through diverse programs and discussions.


Atlantik-Brücke e.V.


Founded in 1952, Atlantik-Brücke aims to deepen cooperation between Germany, Europe and America. Transatlantic cooperation remains a decisive factor for global order and stability. It advocates multilateralism, open societies and free trade, and exchanges between politics, business, youth leaders, and civil society beyond party lines.

Atlantic Academy Rheinland-Palatinate

Founded in 1996 by the state government of Rhineland-Palatinate, the Atlantic Academy is a state- and privately funded, non-profit, and non-partisan organization whose goal is to foster transatlantic relations by educating the public about U.S. politics, culture, history, and society.


Bard College Berlin

Bard College Berlin is an accredited non-profit German-American university that offers intensive, transdisciplinary education in the humanities and social sciences. The student body is highly international and diverse in terms of geography, culture, class, and economic background, with 360 students from over 70 countries. 

Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut Heidelberg (DAI Heidelberg)

The German-American Institute Heidelberg (DAI Heidelberg) is a cultural institution dedicated to the promotion of democracy and international understanding. The declared aim here is to encourage and support exchange and encounters with people and institutions in America and to promote academic debate.


Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut Nürnberg (DAI Nürnberg)

The German-American Institute Nuremberg (DAI Nürnberg) serves as a vital hub for fostering US-German relations through diverse cultural programs, language courses, and dialogue, promoting mutual understanding, transatlantic cooperation, and global citizenship in the heart of Bavaria.


Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut Saarland (DAI Saarland)

The German-American Institute Saarland is dedicated to strengthening German-American relations in the fields of culture, trade and politics. Close cooperation with local foundations, schools and political institutions ensures a broad impact in Saarland society.

Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut Sachsen (DAI Sachsen)

The German-American Institute Saxony (DAIS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting liberal democracies through transatlantic dialogue. We are the first and only such institution in Eastern Germany. DAIS occupies a crucial role in fostering bilateral relations, and facilitating nuanced discussions.


Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut Tübingen (DAI Tübingen)

The German-American Institute Tübingen, founded in 1952, is an independent cultural and educational nonprofit organization promoting German-American cultural understanding. The DAI offers language courses, has a library, provides advice on studying/traveling in the USA and has a vast cultural program.

German Council on Foreign Relations

 The German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) researches and advises on current issues and trends in German foreign policy. As an independent, non-partisan and non-profit expert and member organisation, it has been shaping the foreign policy debate in Germany for nearly 70 years. 


Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum Stuttgart (DAZ)

The German-American Center Stuttgart (DAZ) is a non-profit cultural and educational institution that provides information on social, cultural, political and economic issues in both Germany and the USA, and serves as a platform for intercultural encounters and dialog.


German Atlantic Association (DAG)

The  DAG is a non-partisan and independent organization dedicated to promoting support for, and understanding of, the transatlantic alliance and its policies. Every year, the DAG organizes more than 150 events all over Germany in order to familiarise the public with German foreign and security policy. 


European Council on Foreign Relations

The ECFR is an award-winning think-tank that conducts cutting-edge independent research on European foreign and security policy and provides a safe meeting space for decision-makers and influencers to share ideas. We build coalitions and promote informed debates about Europe’s future.


Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is the oldest political foundation in Germany with a rich tradition in social democracy focused on the core values of freedom, justice, and solidarity


Friedrich Naumann Foundation

The Friedrich Naumann Foundation is a German political foundation that promotes liberal values, democracy, and human rights globally. Established in 1958, it supports educational and research initiatives, fostering liberal ideals for social and economic development.


German Marshall Fund


The GMF is a nonpartisan, non-profit, transatlantic organization. GMF strives to champion demo-cratic values by strengthening civil society, forging innovative policy ideas, and developing a new gene-ration of leaders to tackle global challenges. GMF delivers hope and defending freedom in the spirit of the Marshall Plan.

Heinrich Böll Stiftung


The Heinrich Böll Stiftung is a German political foundation committed to promoting democracy, ecological sustainability, gender equality, and human rights. Through research, civic education, and international cooperation, it advocates for societal change and progressive policies.



John F. Kennedy Institut für Nordamerikastudien

The John F. Kennedy Institute is renowned for its innovative interdisciplinary research as well as its rigorous study programs. Founded in 1963 by the political scientist Ernst Fraenkel, the institute is dedicated to the study of the United States and Canada in all its facets.



Munich Security Conference (MSC)

The Munich Security Conference (MSC) is the world's leading forum for debating international security policy and a venue for diplomatic initiatives to address the world's most pressing security concerns. By sustaining a continuous, curated, and informal dialogue within the international security community, the MSC aims to build trust and contribute to the peaceful resolution of conflicts.

Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)

SWP is a German think tank advising policymakers on international relations, security, and global issues. Renowned for in-depth research, it provides strategic insights shaping Germany's foreign policy through analysis, reports, and recommendations.


Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House e.V.

The Thomas Mann House fosters transatlantic dialogue on politics, society, and culture. Influenced by Nobel Laureate Thomas Mann, it emphasizes big contemporary issues and encourages diverse perspectives. Through events and media it offers residencies to Germany-based intellectuals.

Transatlantic Hub 

The Transatlantic Hub's mission is to inspire and connect people to promote democracy and strengthen transatlantic collaboration.


Verbund Deutsch-Amerikanischer Zentren (AGAC) 

The Association of German-American Centers (AGAC) is a network of non-profit transatlantic educational and cultural centers. It unites the activities of the institutions and creates a network for German-American understanding work nationwide.


Young Transatlantic Initiative

Since 2011, the IjT has been committed to promoting European-North American cultural 
understanding and societal dialogue on the future of the transatlantic partnership. Our 300 members bridge the German-European societies with those of our North American friends.