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.
Opportunities for skilled workers and refugees from abroad: these start-ups have successful concepts for addressing the shortage of qualified nurses.
How nurses and geriatric carers in Germany are trained, what their duties are and how much they earn.
Germany needs more nurses to care for the old and the sick. This gives rise to opportunities for qualified nurses from abroad.
US author Nell Zink has lived in Germany for almost 20 years. She finds it good that the gap between different lifeworlds here is not so great.
Does your view of Germany change by living there? Yes it does, says Nigeria’s Ambassador Yusuf Tuggar and comments on humour, elections and wasps.
Celebrating weddings is still very popular in Germany. We present an overview of traditional customs and some surprising facts.
Johannes Ebert, Goethe-Institut secretary general, talked to DW about what unites and separates Germans and Americans.
October sees the launch of the Year of German-American Friendship. A first impression of the programme was presented in Berlin – with a “WanderbUS”, pop-up institutes and prominent guests.