A Lot Doesn't Always Help a Lot: What is needed after the war
Currently, Ukraine needs weapons and military aid - but what about when the war is over one day? The severely traumatized population will need another form of support. Dr. Stella Voutta, Program Director for the Robert Bosch Stiftung’s topic “Peace”, explains what this should look like.
More and more children worry about their family's financial situation
Teachers are increasingly observing signs of child poverty among their students. This is the result of the current survey for the German School Barometer. The behavior of students is currently the greatest challenge for teachers.
Showing the human experience of war
While the news informs about the current war events in Ukraine, the individual life reality of the people on the ground often remains elusive. In the project Documenting Ukraine, Ukrainian intellectuals and creatives are working to make these perspectives visible.
The right medication for every patient
For 50 years, the Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch Institute of Clinical Pharmacology (IKP) in Stuttgart has been studying the effects of drugs. The personalized therapies developed at the IKP are saving lives today – and will revolutionize medicine even further in the future.
An alternative vision for Africa’s climate agenda?
Divergent visions for the Africa Climate Summit’s agenda and goals emerged even as the event itself was yet to start. Instead of treating green growth only, an array of voices from civil society wanted to realign the focus to more transformative approaches.
When silent groups are no longer silent...
For a long time, people with a migration background were considered a silent group. But this is now changing, and it is a win for democracy. Nevertheless, hurdles remain that make social and political participation more difficult for migrants and their descendants. An opinion piece/commentary by Ferdinand Mirbach.
Sustainability at the Robert Bosch Stiftung
The Robert Bosch Stiftung aims to help preserve our natural resources and contribute to a sustainable living environment. Sustainability means meeting the needs of the present in a way that does not limit opportunities for future generations.
What does the Job of an Islamic Affairs Consultant entail?
How do Muslims become active partners in society? How can dialog be created among religious faiths? It is the job of Dr. Hussein Hamdan to find answers to these questions. Germany’s first Islamic affairs consultant recounts the tasks and challenges that his extraordinary job entails.