Wars and conflicts, natural catastrophes and the ongoing impact of climate change – huge numbers of people around the world are suffering and need help and protection. For 50 years, the German Foreign Office together with its partners has been contributing to Germany’s humanitarian aid effort.
On 8 June 2018, Germany was elected as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for the 2019-20 term. Peace, justice, innovation, partnership - these are the things Germany wants to play in the United Nations.
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.
How can human rights be captured with the camera? Look - in the Lichthof of the German Foreign Office
Germany answers the questions of the Human Rights Council in Geneva
World revolutionaries are rarely celebrated in Germany. After all, there aren’t many of them. That’s why Karl Marx’s 200th birthday was something rather special in his hometown Trier.
«Enough is enough»: Germany’s Jews call for solidarity after the attack on an Israeli in Berlin.
5 May is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx. Many people are using the occasion to cash in on the famous philosopher and economist. And not just in his native city of Trier.
There are millions of refugees around the world. Many of them set off for Europe in hope of a better life, but those hopes can’t be fulfilled.
The German-Turkish journalist has been in jail in Turkey for one year: In Berlin, celebrities and friends demonstrated in support of his release.
The goal of international civilian peace missions is to ensure long-term security. Germany supports civilian peace initiatives by the United Nations, the OSCE and others by providing financial support and human resources.