German organisations are committed to defending human rights worldwide. Let us introduce you to three of them.
Ilwad Elman shows young people in Somalia alternatives to a life as a soldier. For her work she has received the German Africa Prize.
Creating prospects for staying: how the German Federal Foreign Office is working to ensure that fewer people leave their homelands.
Sandra Vermuijten and her team advise people in Nigeria on services in the areas of education, training and work.
The DAFI scholarship programme has opened up new opportunities for Juma, a student from South Sudan. He talked to us about fleeing from his country and about his dreams.
Three people and their new starts in Ghana, Iraq and Senegal: with German support, they now have a future in their homelands.
How the “Perspektive Heimat” program supports people who are looking for new opportunities in their country of origin. Five questions and answers.
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.
Digital remembrance: Whether with podcasts or interactive projections, you can discover here how Germany commemorates its past.
Federal President Steinmeier talks about new opportunities for transatlantic relations following Joe Biden’s election as US president.
Japan and Germany are actually ideal partners because they are similar in many respects. There are also differences, however.