Iran's diverse music culture is being celebrated in Berlin at a three-day music festival. What's more, the artists will all be women.
Several Iranian authors have been invited to the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin, a forum for writers and translators, and work on new stories.
Scientists from Rostock are helping Bhutan expand its hydropower capacities.
Ambassadors and senior German employees in international organizations present insights into their work in the deutschland.de series “Foreign posting”. Part 26: Michael Klor-Berchtold in Iran
From Berlinale winners to “Raving Iran” and the Iranian Film Festival in Cologne: there are many links between German and Iranian cinema.
The easing of sanctions against Iran has given rise to new possibilities for bilateral cooperation.
Until early March 2017, Iranian and German philosophers, artists and culture professionals in Berlin will be offering insights into the Iranian art, music and literary scene.
Creative, courageous, freedom-loving: one in six entrepreneurs in Germany is of migrant origin. Among them are many whose parents originally came from Iran.
A young Iranian woman talks about her experiences in Germany, and two young Germans describe their time in Iran.
The easing of nuclear sanctions has made Iran the wild card in the global economy. Many German companies are offering the country economic partnership.
Nearly 40 years ago, the Vietnamese were the first non-European refugees to arrive in Germany. Today, the “boat people” and their children have integrated well into German society. How was this achieved?