Getting involved instead of hanging around. How the Social City project is offering new perspectives to disadvantaged young people.
Carnival is fun, but a lot of work. Michael Gerhold reveals why he wanted to be a Carnival Prince anyway.
Intuition for pressure points: How the blind physiotherapist and ifa CrossCuture fellow Yassine Rihani promotes human rights in Tunisia.
Beginning August, the scheme will allow 1,000 further migrants to temporarily settle in Germany.
Companion2Go is a social start-up that brings together people with and without disabilities – for trips, concerts and sporting events.
Mod Helmy was a brave man. A Muslim himself, he saved the lives of several Jews in Nazi Germany. Israeli Igal Avidan traces his extraordinary story.
Steffen Roesel loves being a nurse, even though it’s a demanding job. Here he talks about his daily routine.
With regard to demographic developments there are three clear trends in Germany: a low birth rate, rising life expectancy, and an aging society.
Doing good and getting to know the country and its people: we introduce you to volunteer programmes for international participants.