at the 10th World Assembly of #Religions4Peace
Religion in Germany and the “Religions for Peace” World Assembly. We present the facts.
Discovering other cultures or protecting the environment: neighbourhood ambassadors want to achieve something. We introduce you to Vane Beglaryan.
Most young people are permanently online – and their social engagement is also moving onto the Internet. The goal then is to have a positive impact offline too.
Are you thinking about doing voluntary work in Germany? We explain what you need to do.
Many young Germans complete a period of voluntary service abroad after leaving school. Three of them report on their experiences in India, Uzbekistan and France.
They pitch in and want to help shape the future: many young people are active on social and environmental issues. An overview.
On this trip through Germany you'll get to know four German women whose talent and commitment have made them world-famous.
Women who move Germany
From the resistance fighter to the Nobel Prize winner: five women who have shown strength and courage for change.
Many Israelis find their second home in Berlin – as photographers, journalists, musicians or bakers. Discover what it is about Germany’s capital that inspires them.