“The question of wartime collaboration is extremely sensitive”
Here, the Robert Bosch Academy Fellow discusses the sensitive topic of wartime collaboration between Ukrainians and Russians, the grain deal between the two countries and how Putin was able to deceive the West.
Germans are losing faith in their healthcare policy
Is the German government setting the right priorities to ensure high-quality and affordable healthcare in the future? More than half of Germans say no, according to a representative survey commissioned by the Bosch Health Campus of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
Racism shows itself in many ways
Racism and anti-Semitism have one thing in common: they devalue people on the basis of their appearance, name, culture, origin or religion. This can take on very different forms. We therefore ask: How do people experience racism and anti-Semitism in their everyday lives?
“Much of the data is hoarded”
Every day, the digitalization of our society generates a vast amount of data. But so far, the general public has benefited too little from it. The directors of the new The Data Tank, which is funded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung, explain how we can change this.
Thinking ahead – The geopolitics of climate-related migration
What are the consequences of climate-related migration on human security and geopolitics? What are risks and opportunities? At this year’s Munich Security Conference, we discussed these questions in our side event “Shifting (b)orders? The geopolitics of climate-related migration”.