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Master Class Science Journalism

Future of Science Journalism Master Class

New tools and digital forms of publication are seldom used in Germany for high-quality journalistic content – and this particularly applies to science journalism, despite the rise in new forms of storytelling and multimedia presentation in this field. As a result, the Reporter-Forum and Robert Bosch Stiftung have teamed up to offer the Future of Science Journalism master class.

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Funding Principles

The Robert Bosch Stiftung is not only an operating foundation that pursues its goals by programs of its own, but also a funding foundation that enables others to develop and implement projects and initiatives that meet social needs in Germany and abroad.

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Bericht 2014

2014 Annual Report

The annual activity report of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for 2014 is now online! In this year’s report we focus on the Foundation’s 50th anniversary. We also cover important developments and progress in our project work. Like last year we forgo a printed version of the report for environmental reasons.

Initiative to Combat Youth Unemployment Awarded with Heuss Medal

The Center for European Trainees (CET) has been awarded the 2015 Theodor Heuss Medal. The initiative to combat youth unemployment in Southern Europe was funded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and is one of various projects to provide young people in Southern Europe with new prospects.

Changing Cities with Culture

How can a city change with cultural activity? For 18 months the participants of the Actors of Urban Change program dealt with this question and came up with quite different answers in ten countries. At the closing event in Berlin they showcased these answers.

Remembering a Builder of Bridges

In Washington, the Foundation supported an in-depth discussion in honor of late German President Richard von Weizsäcker. The event, which featured two distinguished panels, was titled "Germany-Facing its History, Facing its Future," an apt name for one of Germany’s great statesmen, who died this January at the age of 94.

How to Make Education Innovation Travel

In the Berlin Representative Office of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, around 70 international education experts discussed the possibilities for successful sharing of good education concepts across borders. The keynote address was held by one of the most renowned education researchers in Europe: Andreas Schleicher from the OECD.

A Window onto Other Societies

"The Berlinale is not just a film festival. It is a cultural event that opens a window onto other societies and, in doing so, contributes to international understanding", said Dieter Kosslick, Director of the Berlin International Film Festival, at the Robert Bosch Academy. Kosslick offered a glimpse into both the past and the future of the Berlinale.

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We support both existing and new youth partnerships and initiatives concerning German-Ukrainian relations. Youngsters and young adults aged 12 to 30 years can apply. The aim of the program is to strengthen the active commitment of young people to fundamental democratic values and understanding between peoples. Through July 31, 2015.

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The Robert Bosch Stiftung offers many scholarship programs to support the training and continuing education of international junior executives and enable them to exchange experiences. A large proportion of our programs is directed towards university graduates and post-graduates from the USA and Europe. In addition, we support the integration of gifted children from families, that are facing social, financial or cultural challenges, with special school scholarship programs.
The Robert Bosch Stiftung awards many prizes for exemplary ideas and initiatives in the fields of science, health, international relations, education, society and culture. The aim is to publicize outstanding projects and support their future development.
The competitions organized by the Robert Bosch Stiftung are designed to help develop and disseminate good ideas in a number of different areas. The foundation also runs these international competitions to promote social and cultural exchange. Other competitions aim at fostering the development of schools and assisting the integration of young immigrants in German society.
Programs for Journalists
Journalists play a vital role as mediators by presenting a wide range of topics critically and comprehensibly, making them accessible to wide audiences. Journalists are important partners for the Robert Bosch Stiftung in coverage of science issues and in the field of international relations. We provide continuing education for journalists in the form of seminars, information tours, meetings, and research and study residencies.