Germany’s foreign policy is about more than relations between governments. It increasingly involves civil society organisations as well. That includes engaging with religious communities as constructive and respected partners.
Where in the world is the best place to do #business? The answer you often get is #Germany. Because Germany works.
84 percent of the world’s population belong to a #religion – a percentage that is rising all the time. The opposite trend can be observed in #Germany, however, where fewer and fewer people feel tied to a religion.
During a visit to the Canadian Arctic, Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called for more attention to be paid to the dramatic consequences of climate change.
In December 2016 the German cabinet passed the National Action Plan for Implementation of UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
For many Germans, relaxing in a #beachchair is the epitome of a #Balticholiday. You can sit or lie comfortably, dose wind and sun and have everything in one place. They are made, for example, on the island of #Usedom.
#Orthopaedictechnician is one of over 130 skilled #craft trades in #Germany. The #dualtraining takes place in a business, the theoretical part at a vocational school. The #prosthesis technician Tolga Kaya explains what makes his #job so special.
We went out on the streets of Frankfurt and asked people from all over the world what home means to them.
The majority in the European Parliament has elected her as the new President of the EU Commission.
There have been numerous protest movements in Germany since the end of the Second World War. We present the most important of them.