For five years now, the #StolenMemory project has been doing extraordinary work in coming to terms with Nazi injustice.
Topic of the week: Germany in figures
Germany is counting on multilateralism. Did you know how strong the country’s international involvement is? 15 examples.
What tasks are the governmental agencies and offices responsible for in Germany and in Europe? Here you will find links to the state, politics and democracy. And you can also contact public authorities and take advantage of services for the citizens.
The Chernobyl disaster 35 years ago smoothed the way to the energy transition.
Find out here how the German police and their international partners are combating cybercrime.
Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock on criminal threats and effective responses during the coronavirus pandemic.
An association goes to court for equal rights and freedom of expression. Its chairman Ulf Buermeyer explains the motives.
Two years in the UN Security Council – Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas takes stock of Germany’s work in the UN’s highest body.
Authoritarian governments are using the pandemic to erode human rights, says Markus N. Beeko from Amnesty International.
Julia Münch is the new secretary general of the Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB). She believes that new formats are the best way to intensify exchange.
Japan and Germany are actually ideal partners because they are similar in many respects. There are also differences, however.