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So tickt Deutschland
Interviews, coverage and background stories on Germany and its relations to European countries.
Climate and Security
Germany sets priorities for work in UN Security Council
Can the forest save the climate?
In the climate debate, more and more emphasis is being placed on the forest as a CO2 storage pool. How great is the potential? A German scientist has the facts.
Strengthening civil society
Germany’s Federal Foreign Office is funding civil-society projects with Russia and Eastern Partnership countries – apply now.
“Organic farming, as quickly as possible”
How Germany is helping other countries to develop sustainable and efficient agriculture.
Today’s farmers need IT expertise. It makes things easier and better. Stefan Wagner is showing the way.
“Our values are the same”
Women are crucial for world peace: we talked to four women who are campaigning for just that.
A help desk for human rights
The German government has set up a unique help desk to give companies support with establishing sustainable supply chains.
Discover Frankfurt’s new old town
Impressive craftsmanship: Frankfurt has brought a piece of history back to life with the reconstruction of its old town centre. See for yourself on this 360° tour.
Germany’s top universities
Cutting-edge research: Germany’s Universities of Excellence, their special features and international partnerships.
Fridays for Future – school strikes against global warming
The Fridays for Future movement is mobilizing worldwide. Tens of thousands of young people are taking to the streets in Germany too. Here you can find all the information, figures and facts.
Mukherjee Appointed as New DAAD President
At the beginning of 2020 Professor Joybrato Mukherjee, President of Giessen’s Justus Liebig University, will move to head the world’s largest organisation for academic exchanges.
Leaders pay respects to D-Day soldiers
About 300 D-Day veterans attended a military event in Portsmouth to honor their comrades who landed in Normandy.