Religions for Peace: Minister of State Michelle Müntefering on the importance of religion for peace.
Why is the past so important for young people? Lucas from Brazil talks about his experiences in Germany.
Mariia Ilkiv is researching the fates of victims of Nazi persecution at the Arolsen Archives. Her knowledge of Slavic languages is a big help in her work.
Topic of the week: Remembrance culture
Why are young people becoming involved in remembrance culture in Germany? Reports by two international volunteers.
At the moment digital remembrance is almost the only way to commemorate the Night of the November Pogroms. Meron Mendel talks about new forms of remembrance.
The expat Spomenka lives with her family in Munich. She tells why she feels comfortable there and reveals important links to help get started in the city.
The Moldavian expat Elena lives in Germany’s second largest city. Here she shows you Hamburg and gives you some good tips on how to make friends.
Chancellor Angela Merkel awards the National Integration Prize 2020 to the Syrian refugee Bjeen Alhassan for her commitment.
Why do expats come to Germany, how long do they want to stay, what do they like – and what don’t they like? The new Expat Insider 2020 Report has the answers.
The expat Sarah Slik from Canada shows you Berlin: find out here what everyday life in the German capital can look like.
The expat Asyraf Syamsul lives in the city of Cologne. But what he likes best is the environment. Learn here about what fascinates him there.