Christian, Moslem, Jew – or atheist? In Germany, people are free to believe whatever they choose. We talked to young people about their religion.
Isabella Teufel is a waitress in Berlin. Why she loves her job – and what waiters and surgeons have in common.
You’ve just heard the news. You feel excited, terrified, overjoyed, and anxious. Your life is about to change.
Janine Sommer operates on cats, sometimes even on the kitchen table. She explains why she finds the job so tiring – but also fulfilling.
Working together for a better society: the SEND network wants to help social start-ups be successful.
Israel is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the Jewish state. To mark the occasion, seven committed people take a look at interaction between Germany and Israel.
A support programme is transforming social enterprises into employment engines. They have already created over 400 jobs and traineeships for refugees.
Berlin property prices skyrocketed in 2017, outpacing all other major centers, according to a new report.
A startup called Linguedo teaches German to nurses from Italy in a short time – and then finds them a job.
Playing together and integrating even the smallest ones: Maria Müller is a preschool teacher at a daycare centre in Berlin. A challenging job.
How does Germany promote respectful co-existence? An overview of state and social initiatives against racism.