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A glance at the new magazine Solidarity

The New Magazine "Solidarity"

The various groups in our society can come together or drift apart. At the moment, we can see this happening with the topic of refugees but solidarity affects us in ways that go beyond the refugee question. No matter in which area, we always need people who push for solidarity. You will learn about some of these dedicated individuals in this magazine.

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Strengthening Inclusion Right from the Start

The willingness to voluntarily work with refugees has never been as great as it currently is, new initiatives in Germany are set up more quickly than ever. A chance but also an enormous challenge for the sector of civil society. How the work for and with refugees can succeed was the focus of the symposium "integration means participation".

A Chinese Student as the German Chancellor

If you want to understand another culture, you have to put yourself in the other people’s shoes. It’s this idea that fellows of the Robert Bosch Lectureship Program had in mind when they simulated government consultations between China and Germany with students from both countries. How does a Chinese student feel as a German chancellor?

An Indian View of Germany

Are topics from Germany interesting for Indian journalists? G. Sampath from the Indian newspaper The Hindu is spending a three month stay in Germany. In the interview, he tells how the German and Indian media landscapes differ and why he finds the topic of refugees fascinating.
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2016 German School Award

"Putting wings on learning!" This is the slogan of the German School Award. The award was launched to honor educational achievements and help make them usable to improve the quality of schools all over Germany. 2016 winner of the main award, which is endowed with 100,000 euros, is "Grundschule auf dem Süsteresch" in Schüttorf.

China’s Media - the Government’s Mouthpiece?

At the Global Media Forum high-ranking media experts from China, Germany and the US discussed the role of media between state-run PR, propaganda, and international relations. The debate became controversial when the question rose whether public diplomacy and propaganda can be distinguished in China.
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