Germany wants to improve educational equity. We take a look at current challenges and positive developments.
Job interviews, new friends, small talk: Our video tutorials help you break the ice more quickly and get off to a good start in Germany.
Making the value of the EU tangible in discussions with historical witnesses: writer Nora Bossong talks about the idea behind the Archive of Voices.
The right to education: Germany launches scholarship programme to support vulnerable students and PhD students worldwide.
The Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Eastern Germany remembers the GDR and looks, also from an international perspective, at the present and the future.
US President Biden has visited the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site several times – and also viewed it critically. An attempt at clarification.
How can the Holocaust remain tangible for today’s young people? A Europe-wide remembrance programme has some interesting ideas.
Mirjam Wenzel, director of the Jewish Museum in Frankfurt, talks about digital services and future-oriented museum work.
The Arolsen Archives are the biggest archive relating to victims of National Socialism: volunteers can help, working from home.
Are there any German words in your language? It’s no coincidence. Here we explain the reasons and reveal a few fun facts.
There are tips and tricks for learning German. We asked Katja from “Deutsch für Euch” to tell us a few of them.