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“Mayors Have the Opportunity to Be Part of the Solution”

Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr talks about loss as a major theme in debates on migration.

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The World is More United than Divided

To mark its 75th anniversary, the United Nations launched a global conversation and asked people in all parts of the world: What developments are decisive for our future?

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The Power of Education

For Jeremias Thiel, education plays an important role in his life. He talks about why that is.

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Urban versus Rural Areas: How Can Integration Work?

The study “Two Worlds”, examines local integration policies in close to 100 German municipalities. We present two examples.

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The Digital Election Campaign Industry

Influencing voters through social media is becoming increasingly important. The election campaign industry, especially in the USA, is convinced of that. A glimpse into that industry’s tool box – and at the consequences for democracy. 

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Tackling Digital Inequality Together

The courage to think in new directions – something IT researcher Catherine Mulligan says is vital if we are to overcome inequality in the digital sphere. 

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Promoting Peace and Human Rights

75 years ago, 50 states signed the Charter of the United Nations. To mark its anniversary, the organization wants to listen to people’s aspirations and fears for the future.

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Digital Learning: Schools in the Age of Corona

From one day to the next: switching to digital learning at home. A herculean task. Schools that had already embraced digitalization before the coronavirus pandemic had a significant advantage.  

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How Digitalization Is Changing Our Lives

Artificial intelligence, big data, and algorithms are increasingly setting the course of our lives. It is up to us whether the opportunities or the risks win out.

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Undercover with Extremists

First virtually, then in real life: using a number of false identities, the extremism researcher Julia Ebner investigates far-right online communities. 

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Fighting Historical Fake News with Facts

Myths and falsehoods spread like wildfire on the Internet. The historian Theo Müller confronts those lies head on – and, with the GeschichtsCheck.de project, goes into battle against the Internet users who spread historical fake news.  

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The Post-Corona Revolution

An essay on the corona pandemic's enormous impact by Daniel Hamilton, Professor at Johns Hopkins University and currently fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin.

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Culture between Nile and Oasis

Over the past 15 years, the Robert Bosch Stiftung fellowship recipients have organized a wide variety of cultural projects in different regions of Egypt. Four cultural managers share the story of their adventures.

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An Opportunity for Science

In times of the Covid-19 pandemic, science is taking center stage, and no political decision is made without an expert assessment. Communication scientist Mike S. Schäfer explains why this crisis is an opportunity for science.

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Fleeing to Europe - A Personal Story

The film “Purple Sea” focuses on an escape across the Mediterranean - from unusual perspectives.

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“Terrorists Don't Like Electricity”

How does Mali deal with the effects of climate change? An interview with Hussein Nafo about peacebuilding and sustainability.

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“It Is Our Task to Ensure That Human Rights and Values Drive Digital Technologies”

How can the international community respond to the implications that come with digital technologies? Interview with UN expert Nanjira Sambuli.

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Robert Bosch Stiftung realigns focus on ten new topics

How can we remain effective in a world of constant dynamic change? The Robert Bosch Stiftung has analyzed this question in depth.

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Common Cause

Global challenges demand one thing above all else: intensive cooperation. An essay by UN Under-Secretary-General Fabrizio Hochschild Drummond.

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New Beginnings: The Foundation’s International Work

After more than 50 years, the Robert Bosch Stiftung is restructuring its international area of support. Sandra Breka, Member of the
 Board of Management, discusses the need for a reset, the new focus – and how impressed she is by her colleagues’ commitment.

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