Berlin Representative Office

The Robert Bosch Stiftung opened its Berlin Representative Office in July 2012.

Located in Berlin-Mitte between the Gendarmenmarkt and the Federal Foreign Office, the property was constructed as a residence in 1832. Following a renovation in the 1880s, it was used by various private banks. Before the building was acquired by the bank Delbrück & Co. in 1990, the publishing house Aufbau Verlag was headquartered here from 1945 to 1991.

The Berlin Representative Office serves to showcase the activities of the Robert Bosch Stiftung in the capital. It offers a space for dialog for all of the Foundation’s target groups to engage and cooperate on the topics and regions that are part of the Robert Bosch Stiftung’s mission. The Berlin Representative Office offers event facilities for various purposes on four floors. Each year, the Foundation hosts 350 events with around 12,000 guests.

The Berlin Representative Office conducts the Foundation’s outreach across all topic areas to public and private partners in the German capital. The focus is on liaison and advocacy activities in support of the objectives and results of the Foundation’s work. The Berlin Representative Office is responsible for developing the focus area dedicated to peace and conflict transformation within the Foundation’s international relations efforts and a number of programs which target political decision-makers and are dedicated to supporting international political dialog.

Furthermore, the Robert Bosch Academy is headquartered at the Berlin Representative Office. The institution of the Robert Bosch Stiftung offers a space for multilateral dialog and interdisciplinary cooperation focused on finding solutions for the main challenges of our time. By bringing together diverse perspectives and a multitude of voices, the Academy enriches the public discourse in the capital and beyond.