Robert Bosch Stiftung Publications

Impact Hub, Robert Bosch Stiftung

Convening & Collaborating With and For Cities - Beyond (un)employment Discovery Phase Report

This paper shares the core lessons of the “discovery phase” of the program “beyond (un) employment”. In the context of persistent and chronic unemployment across large parts of Europe the program has used a more systems thinking and human centered design approach to explore (un)employment as a factor of social inclusion.

Thomas Wright

A Post American Europe and the Future of US Strategy

This paper was published as part of the Brookings - Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative (BBTI). It traces American political engagement in Europe since the Cold War, reviews the type of Europe that America leaves behind, considers how Europe is likely to respond to its challenges and to American political and diplomatic retrenchment, and discusses what a post-American Europe means for the United States.

Auf dem Weg zur Flüchtlingsintegration in ländlichen Räumen: Ergebnisse einer Bedarfsanalyse in sieben Landkreisen

German-language analysis of rural areas in Germany on the integration of refugees.

Kommunales Integrationsmanagement Part 2

Part 2: Areas of action and factors for success (German-language report).

Tagesspiegel, Robert Bosch Stiftung, Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit

We Choose Freedom

Exile journalists from Syria, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, and Azerbaijan write about freedom, democracy, and self-determination. German-language publication in the newspaper Tagesspiegel.

Robert Bosch Stiftung (Hg.)

Report 2016

Annual report of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, including facts and figures. PDF only as German-language edition.

Bernadette Klapper

Zusammenarbeit für den Patienten - noch keine Selbstverständlichkei

German-language article published in G+G Wissenschaft, Jg. 17, No. 3.

Dr. Bernadette Klapper is head of the health department of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

Robert Bosch Stiftung / MitOst e.V.

Actors of Urban Change Program Documentation 2015-2017

This English publication offers a cross-sector view on urban development through culture. It presents projects which have been (further) developed in the context of the program "Actors of Urban Change" 2015-2017 and can serve as examples of good practice for sustainable, participatory urban development in Europe. Furthermore, (learning) processes that were related to the implementation of the participatory projects and cross-sector collaboration are reflected upon and illustrated.

Robert Bosch Stiftung und Senatsverwaltung für Bildung, Jugend und Familie Berlin

School Turnaround - Berliner Schulen starten durch: Entwicklungsporträts der Projektschulen

German-language edition of the "School Turnaround Development Profiles of Project Schools", published July 2017.

Geschäftsstelle ZiviZ im Stifterverband

ZiviZ-Survey 2017

German-language edition on the "ZiviZ-Survey", published June 2017.

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