The writer María Cecilia Barbetta has found her second home in Germany. Here she tells how it happened.
In 1989 the Wall fell, and in 1989 our author was born. She belongs to a generation that never experienced a divided Germany.
The German state, the German government, the German economy – find out the important facts here
Germany’s Federal Foreign Office is funding civil-society projects with Russia and Eastern Partnership countries – apply now.
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.
This is where you’ll find out more about the policies, institutions, values and goals of a united Europe.