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How Can We Achieve a More Just World?

How can we reduce inequality in the future? We asked some experts for their opinion at this year's Silbersalz Festival.  

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UN Reform: Fix the Present – Not to Jeopardize the Future

“Our Common Agenda” offers the prospect for a revitalized multilateral system. An essay by María Fernanda Espinosa, Fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy.

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More Impact for Our Funding

To continue the commitment of Robert Bosch to social causes in a contemporary form, we have realigned our work. Our movie shows what we are working on.  

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“A vision for the future of global cooperation – in reaction to a historic inflection point”

To tackle existential global challenges and to strengthen international cooperation, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres publishes new report.

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How Can We Achieve Sustainable Peace?

We asked peacebuilders around the world. They share their thoughts in our videos.  

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Fighting Hate Speech Online: How Companies Like ALBA Take Up a Stance

The Business Council for Democracy (BC4D) aims to strengthen democracy in the digital age.

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The Refugee Convention at 70: What Does the Future Hold in an Increasingly Bordered World?

Making humanitarian protection work in the 21st century requires walking the line between preserving traditions and finding new approaches.

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“Our Dominant Food System Needs to Be Dismantled and Rebuilt”

Ruth Richardson, Global Alliance for the Future of Food, explains why our food system has to change.

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Inequality – Current Trends and Reasons for Hope

How can inequalities be addressed and reduced? Read what experts from around the world say.

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Harnessing migration for climate action - an untapped opportunity?

Innovative approaches through migration, such as skills partnerships across Africa and Europe can help to foster a green, just transition.

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“Local Peacebuilders are the Core of Building Sustainable Peace”

Read the interview with Mie Roesdahl from Conducive Space for Peace. 

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United in diversity: How to turn the UN75 Declaration from words into action

The so-called UN75 Declaration was an inspiring statement. But will it lead to meaningful change? An essay on valuable European lessons.

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“We Need to Break the Silos”

The Women in Migration Network advocates for the rights and interests of women who have left their home countries to start new lives elsewhere.

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Stronger Together: A New Agenda for Africa and Europe in 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to Africa and Europe. What opportunities for an equal partnership can grow out of this? 

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The Many Faces of Inequality

Rana Zincir Celal explains, why working at the intersection of multiple layers of discrimination is required to achieve social justice – and why everyone will benefit from this approach.

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“Migration Has to Be a Reason to Show Humanity”

We asked migration experts and practitioners from around the world for their hopes for 2021.

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The Environmental Economist with a Penchant for Justice

New Robert Bosch Junior Professor Linus Mattauch wants to explore how climate protection can be made into an economically attractive prospect around the world.

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Reviving the Transatlantic Relationship

Joe Biden won the U.S. presidential election. His victory will provide a major opportunity for the U.S. and its European allies to rethink the nature of their relationship. An essay by James Goldgeier and Agneska Bloch.

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Science Without Barriers

Every year, the “Falling Walls Engage” forum honors projects that break new ground in science communications. We are presenting four of the winners.

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