A sought-after mediator in international conflicts: how Germany intends to expand this role.
Separate and yet partners: how the relationship between church and state is regulated in Germany.
How German soldiers, police and civilians are assuming responsibility around the globe on behalf of the United Nations.
Lawyer Anan Al Sheikh Haidar fled from Syria and now teaches at the University of Cologne – as a fellowship holder of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative.
Can the Agenda 2030 goals be reached? Here are the views of Achim Steiner, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme.
Earlier in the day, he'd put on a smile while addressing reporters with Angela Merkel.
A long-term network for peace: 70 religious representatives from Asia met at the second conference "Peace Responsibility of Religions" at the German Foreign Office.
What North Korea really wants and how Germany might contribute to positive change. The Korea expert Bernhard Seliger explains.
How “candy bombers” defended the freedom of West Berlin and laid the foundation for transatlantic friendship.
How can religions promote peace – and what role do women play in this? This is the subject of the Conference on the Responsibility of Religions for Peace.
Having your say and shaping the world! How the student Lukas Schlapp wants to use the opportunity of a speech before the United Nations.