Red lines and civil courage – Felix Klein explains why Germany needs an anti-Semitism commissioner in the year 2018.
The Special Impact Award honours social startups that help refugees enter the German labour market. Here are the strongest teams in 2018.
Old questions, new ideas: what does feminism stand for today? Here's what Jana Braumüller and Ninia LaGrande have to say about it.
To mark the start of the Year of German-American Friendship, Americans and Germans consider the sheer diversity of the transatlantic relationship.
Integrating refugees: This is how German towns and cities are succeeding.
The programme “Dialog macht Schule" (Dialogue Catches On) teaches children how to resolve conflicts and help shape society.
Why do our countries approach migration so differently? School students from Poland, France and Germany find answers.
How is Germany dealing with its past? International visitors trace German 20th-century history.
Christian, Moslem, Jew – or atheist? In Germany, people are free to believe whatever they choose. We talked to young people about their religion.
There is great scope for personal lifestyles and new family concepts in Germany.
Ulrike Posselt is there when a new life begins: she talks to us about training and working as a midwife.