The former Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt left his mark on Germany’s political landscape as have few other politicians.
Poverty, migration, climate change – the Brandt Commission was already demanding answers to these issues 40 years ago. And for a long time it did so in vain. An interview with Germany’s Federal Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel.
From the German Economic Miracle to RAF Terrorism: Three German decenniums. An overview.
Ensuring security and putting the joint interests of industrial and developing countries on the table. That was the goal of the North South Commission’s report to the United Nations in 1980. Patron Willy Brandt focussed on burning global issues and made recommendations that are still relevant today.
Today, there is widespread acceptance among Germans for their historic responsibility for World War II and the Holocaust. That hasn't always been the case.
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Israel cooperates on a long-term basis with its partner organizations. One focus is the support of the peace process.
Germany is seeking a non-permanent seat on the Security Council of the United Nations for 2019/2020.
Heinrich Böll was born 100 years ago. Few German authors became as strongly involved in social debates as he did.