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Working together towards a healthier future

A healthcare center in Berlin-Neukölln is making health and social services more accessible, more fair.

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Opinion

Democracy — A Muscle That Needs to be Exercised

Hundreds of thousands are taking to the streets these weeks to protest against the shift to the right. And there are even more ways to strengthen democracy.  

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Munich Security Conference 2024

Not for, but with the Sahel - why we need a new security strategy

A look ahead to the Munich Security Conference and our focus on the conflict in the Sahel region.

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Strengthening Democracy: 7 Things You Can Do Right Now

Seven concrete things we can do to take action for democracy—compiled by the Democracy Team at the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Interview

"The internet reinforces injustice and prejudice"

Anasuya Sengupta is a fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy researching online inequality and discrimination.

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Guest article

“The General Act on Equal Treatment needs to be reformed urgently”

Germany has one of the weakest anti-discrimination laws in Europe. A call for change by the Federal Commissioner for Anti-Discrimination.

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Expertise

The Lottery of Life

Why we must overcome inequalities to achieve justice.

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Video

Educational equity: Poor Parents, Poor Opportunities?

Educational opportunities are unfairly distributed in Germany. Our expert, Dagmar Wolf, identifies problems and offers solutions in this video.

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Mental health of children and adolescents

Why schools must think of education and well-being as inseparable

An interview with Julian Schmitz who is implementing a research project about the care situation of children with psychosocial problems.

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Video

Achieving green transformation through collaboration

Bioregional Weaving Labs bring people together to shape a regenerative future - locally.

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Interview on migration policy

“People want to see that leaders have things under control.”

Bram Frouws, director of Mixed Migration Centre, explains why it would be wrong to focus on more deterrence in migration policy.

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Funding program LEVEL up!

The power of migrant organizations in Germany

There are around 14,000 migrant organizations in Germany. The LEVEL up! program shows the impact they make.

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Appeal to federal, state and local governments

Hospital reform: Secure the future of non-profit hospitals!

The current hospital reform and the continuing precarious financial situation threaten the existence of non-profit hospitals. A rethink is needed!

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Climate Change

COP28: Better than nothing and less than we had hoped for

The last days of the world climate conference were somewhat of a negotiation thriller. Will the final document introduce a fossil fuel phase out? Or will fossil fuels once again not even get a mention? What we hoped for and what was left in the end...

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Global Refugee Forum

Refugee policy: international cooperation put to the test

The Geneva World Refugee Forum has so far paid too little attention to evident solutions for the protection of refugees. 

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World Climate Conference in Dubai

The role of the Robert Bosch Stiftung at COP28

Find out which topics and goals we were focusing on at COP28.

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Migration policy

6 Myths on Migration: We have checked them

Migration policy is again high on the political agenda and in public debate in Europe. We debunk some of the most popular myths about migration with the help of our partner, the Mixed Migration Centre.

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Report

Sustainable food systems: From Marburg to Brussels

How can our food systems become sustainable? Farmers and civil society actors are developing creative approaches especially at the local level – and want to scale them to impact the European Union policy level.   

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Inequality

Democracy is not a question of money

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Reducing Inequality

How a citizens' council could contribute to tax justice

Most Germans would like to see less inequality in society. A citizens' council can help, a study shows.

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