Germany reasserts the need for an internationally-run safe zone in Syria and will discuss the matter with NATO today.
Temperatures up to 50 degrees and potential danger: Sandra Muth was three months with the Bundeswehr in Mali on a UN mission.
The peace and conflict researcher Thorsten Gromes examines how societies find peace after a civil war.
OSCE observer in Ukraine: Herta Eckert tells how peace is returning to Luhansk.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas explains why a kindergarten in a former rebel camp can be a symbol of peace.
Women are crucial for world peace: we talked to four women who are campaigning for just that.
Can religions live together without conflict? We talked to Armin, a Jew in Berlin, and to his Muslim friend and fellow supporter Zakariya.
Would the world be a more peaceful place without religion? On the contrary, claims conflict researcher Markus A. Weingardt, religious actors are in fact particularly good at bringing about peace.
Committed to peace: why religions have influence and what political benefits this can have is explained by Father Nikodemus, an adviser at the Federal Foreign Office.