One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. Does that mean German politics has a high proportion of women? Here are the figures.
Gender equality in Germany and why the new feminism is by no means hostile to men.
Women in Germany have had the right to vote for 100 years. Why they nevertheless sometimes cast their vote less often than men, and what parties they prefer.
Struggle for equality from 1918 to 2018: four strong women you should know.
100 years after the end of the First World War, young people from 47 countries meet in Berlin to gather ideas for peace.
How the First World War continues to this day: the political scientist Herfried Münkler discusses lessons learned from the mistakes of the past.
100 years ago, the First World War ended. Facts and figures about the seminal catastrophe of the 20th century.
28 years after reunification, living conditions in east and west Germany have converged considerably. But some differences remain.
An unprecedented historical process, the end of division and coming to terms with the past.
For Europe Day: what you should know about Germany’s role in Europe and in the EU.
Fighting for Europe: political scientist Gesine Schwan explains how to make the EU appeal to young people again.