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How Does Justice Work?

This is the question raised by this year's SILBERSALZ Festival from September 15 to 19 in Halle, Germany. Celebrities from science, media and politics will be taking part.

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A Toast to Democracy!

To mark the International Day of Democracy, we are spotlighting people who advocate for democracy in Germany, Europe, and internationally.

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Opinion

The Afghan Tragedy – There Are Ways Out of Helplessness

Afghanistan should serve as a catalyst to remake migration policy. An essay by Sandra Breka, CEO of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Subsidy of Food System Must Change

Without changes in our food systems, it'll be impossible to feed the world's population. Ertharin Cousin, Fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy, talks about solutions.

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Narratives That Represent All

What are narratives and how are they impacting social justice? Read recent examples from Mexico, India, and the United Kingdom.

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The New Management Team

Sandra Breka and Dr. Bernhard Straub jointly manage the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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How Do We Think About Our Democracy?

We asked citizens of Germany, France, the UK, Poland, and the USA.

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Twice Estranged: Migration and Dementia

The EU “Dementia and Migration” atlas highlights the situation of people with a migrant background living with dementia in Europe.

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"We need to create effective measures to include refugee voices"

Read our interview with Rez Gardi and Mustafa Alio from the initiative "R-SEAT".

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Feeding the World Sustainably

New Robert Bosch Junior Professor Dr. Verena Seufert wants to explore how food production can become both more environmentally and socially responsible.
 

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“Achieving a just transition is one of the hardest parts of climate policy”

The U.S. is back on the climate stage. Samantha Gross explains how cooperating with the EU supports a just transition.

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New Paths to Sustainable Peace

War and armed conflict affect the lives of some 2 billion people worldwide. A new initiative that includes Bert Koenders, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, aims to find paths to lasting peace.

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Film Prize for New German-Arab Productions

After a series of online trainings to develop their projects, the two winning teams laid the foundation to turn their ideas into action.

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Human Dignity in Times of Change

How can we protect and strengthen human qualities in a time of massive change? Interview with Dr. Christof Bosch, grandson of Robert Bosch.

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Shaping Our Future Together

In a global dialogue, the United Nations (UN) asked people how they imagine the world of tomorrow.

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The Path to Lasting Peace

Why have previous peace approaches generally met with such little success? And which paths can lead to lasting peace? A new initiative aims to find the answers.

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Think Tanks as Driving Force in German Foreign and Security Policy

In our interview the authors of a new study talk about the weaknesses of the German think tank landscape.

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How the Corona Pandemic Affects Our Work

With its contingency measures, the Foundation wants to help protect the health of the greater community and flatten the COVID-19 curve.

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Migration in a Digital World

Jessica Bither explains in an interview what influence new technologies have on global migration policy.

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