At the Leipzig Book Fair German readers and Israeli authors are discussing current issues such as integration and property speculation.
Gadi Toren heads the Robert Bosch Venture Capital office in Israel. The expert on German-Israeli collaboration comments on the potential of Industry 4.0 as well as describing how IT and traditional working practices are merging.
Out of Place is a German-Israeli project that brings together filmmakers from the two countries and asks questions about identity and integration.
Emily Elhacham, a 25-year-old scientist at Tel Aviv University, is one of the Green Talents 2016.
The EXIST Start-Up Germany project is also funding foreign start-ups for the first time: Ran Oren from Israel is one of the pioneers with his Pin2Pin platform.
They come from Israel, they live – at least for a time – in Germany and they actively support encounter and exchange
Hagar Levin has often heard this question in Berlin. The Israeli does important outreach work for Moslem children and young people with her project Shalom Rollberg.
Arye Sharuz Shalicar was a hip-hop musician in Berlin who now serves in the Israeli army – and is extremely communicative.
Groundbreaking texts by German-speaking philosophers and researchers are now being published in Hebrew.