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Focus topic: Restoring Africa's land
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Desertification in Niger

With their own hands

Every year, Niger loses 100,000 hectares of fertile soil. The Robert Bosch Stiftung supports NGOs in the region that empower farmers to restore the land.
April 29, 2022
International climate politics

“Our Earth has high fever”

How can civil society and international climate diplomacy work together? A conversation with María Espinosa, the former President of the UN General Assembly.
April 29, 2022
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Interview

The Difficult Security Situation in the Sahel Region

Between two appointments at the Munich Security Conference 2022, Hanna Tetteh took time to talk about the security situation in the Sahel.
February 28, 2022
Video

“We Can Turn Things Around!”

Kumi Naidoo, currently a Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy, explains why he became politically active at the age of 15, and what drives him.
February 17, 2022

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The world needs to prepare for climate migrants

How climate change affects migration has not been meaningfully addressed as a challenge by the international community until now. An opinion piece.
Analysis

Global Migration Pact: Where Do We Stand?

The Foundation’s migration expert Raphaela Schweiger analyzes what progress has actually been made since the adoption of the Global Compact for Migration.
Global Compact for Migration

On the way to more human dignity

Millions of people around the world are leaving their homes because of a lack of prospects, conflicts and, increasingly, the effects of climate change. At the United...
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