This is where you’ll find out more about the policies, institutions, values and goals of a united Europe.
Responding to disasters with a great variety of aid from a united body: How Aktion Deutschland Hilft co-ordinates missions in crisis situations.
Worldwide increasing numbers of people are reliant on humanitarian aid. How Germany helps and responds to new challenges.
She knows no fear: Fiona Bay is a nurse on an aid mission with Ärzte ohne Grenzen (doctors without borders) in Yemen. Here she describes her experiences.
Women in particular are severely affected by conflicts and natural disasters, yet they are the key to development. Three examples of aid from Germany.
Leo Frey talks about the mission in Mozambique following Cyclone Idai. He knows which aid is the most important, and why a new disaster is on its way.
Bärbel Kofler, Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid, believes humanitarian aid faces massive challenges globally.
More than 20 foreign ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean are in Berlin, albeit without Venezuela.
How Germany campaigns for children’s rights worldwide.
The Free State of Bavaria is aiming to consolidate its good relations with Israel – and now has its own representation in Tel Aviv.
Environmental protection in Mongolia, music lessons in Cameroon, support for indigenous peoples in Peru – six alumni projects from the PASCH initiative have been honoured in Berlin.