Jewellery made of sand and a restaurant that uses left-over food: how young people are committed to making the world a better place.
The UN World Food Programme’s “Innovation Accelerator” in Munich is committed to combating hunger. Can start-ups solve global problems?
Migration and education opportunities: How pupils in the USA and Latin America immerse themselves in German politics in a public speaking competition.
Young architect Sarah Friede has designed a modular hospital. Her concept could revolutionize humanitarian aid.
How Germany supports the two countries that have suffered gravely under war and crises.
What the Kenyan economist James Shikwati thinks about the G20 Partnership with Africa and the Chinese approach to Africa.
One word – different statements: A linguist decodes what politicians mean when they say “we”.
The German Federal Foreign Office is showing an exhibition on the central aspects of the German involvement in Mali.
Religious leaders in many countries around the world have especially close contact with their populations. That is why Germany is increasingly supporting cooperation with them.
The fall of the Berlin Wall marked the beginning of a new era, but it was the Two plus Four Treaty that actually paved the way to German reunification.