Young scientists from 16 European countries discuss the economic development of Europe with leaders from business and politics.
Players of the Brazilian and German national authors' teams write about football matches and joint readings.
Unter dem Motto „Hier kommt Deutsch“ beteiligt sich das Goethe-Institut China mit einer Bustour und vielen anderen Veranstaltungen an dem „Deutsch-Chinesischen Sprachenjahr 2013/2014“.
The “Town Chroniclers” are six German authors doing research in Brazil and, via this blog, giving literary form to their experiences in their new surroundings.
A platform on current discourses within the scope of the Arab Spring and transformation processes in North Africa in the Humanities.
Connecting Goethe-Institut initiatives around the world: Weltstadt’s theme is urban development, the players are the residents themselves – they design their city.
The Blog “Langkah Menuju Jerman” provides in bahasa Indonesia informations about living in Germany.
Schüler aus Lillers und Goch legen einen deutschen- bzw. französischen Garten an und setzen damit ein nachhaltiges Zeichen für die deutsch-französische Freundschaft.
11 Brazilian journalists report on their personal experiences while attending a three-week seminar in Berlin.
Der Märchenerzähler Haytham Shokry fährt mit dem Bibliotheksbus durch Ägypten und berichtet in seinem Blog von der Reise.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Brothers Grimm’s book of fairy tales New Zealanders retell well known fairy tales.
Marseille is European Capital of Culture 2013. The Marseille Blog accompanies this adventure and regularly informs about the activities of the Goethe-Institut in and around Marseille.
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the composer Richard Wagner, our blog will present a variety of perspectives on Wagner’s cosmos.
Auf nach Alemania - das Blog für junge Nomaden
Journalists from Germany and from overseas will exchange their living places and jobs for one month. From a foreign perspective they report on their impressions of the new locale.
Comic exchange: three Brazilian comic artists travel to Germany, while three German artists explore Brazil.
An international group of teachers of German blogs from Berlin!
Information on the book fair "Bookfest 2013“ in Bucharest
Spending six weeks in Reykjavik, writing and researching in the Icelandic “Unesco City of Literature” – the Goethe Institut provides this opportunity to selected German authors.
News from the German book and media market: books, audio books and CDs from the world of fiction, nonfiction and music
Comic artists from South-East Asia and Germany tell their “CityTales” – a new story every month.
In May 2012 twelve journalists from Spanish speaking countries in Latin America met in Berlin. This blog is their diary.
Every year 12 artists from Germany live and work at Villa Kamogawa in Kyoto. The voices from the kamo or ducks’ river tell stories of encounters between Germany and Japan.
An eco-cultural art project about the major river landscapes in Southeast Asia. 17 artists are presenting their works and writing about the backgrounds.
The German novelist Inka Parei was criss-crossing Aotearoa, travelling in a camper van. You can follow her travels in this blog.
School-children create an intercultural fairy-tale book.
Lesen Sie die brandneuen Nachrichten auf unserem Blog
How do Goethe-Institut scholarship awardees from Brazil experience Germany? They report on their experiences and impressions in our blog
The Deutschmobil Team creates interest in German language with fun activities at Thai high schools.
A football traveled through Spain. Follow our travel blog …
Follow our festival news, reviews and background stories on the latest in German film.
Comic artists from Germany and East Asia are telling stories from a sustainable future and from our still not quite so ecological present.
German and Canadian artists and curators in the Goethe Satellite Vancouver are keeping you posted about their artistic bridge projects on Canada’s west coast.
Artists of the residency project Kirunatopia will blog about their research in the northernmost city in Sweden, Kiruna: a city in extreme flux.
The library of the Goethe-Institut in Caracas and Santiago de Chile blogs about German literature. Join the discussion about the books we present!
From a german and russian point of view, To4ka-Treff-bloggers have a sight on current issues.
Pan-African exchange is the main goal of the Moving Africa program, which enables African artists to travel to the most important festivals in Africa. On this blog, they share their experiences.
Web contents for German language instruction: online materials, YouTube films, language learning games, Web 2.0 tools and much more!
For three weeks the German author travels through Vietnam and writes about her impressions and encounters.
Visiting the young art scene: curatorial and artistic practices in Germany and Brazil
Young people from Germany report on and from the metropolis on Lake Michigan, as they discover what President Obama’s hometown has to offer.
Participants share their experiences and activities in our blog. Read their exciting reports.
Environment, Climate and Culture: young activists in the USSR successor states.
The Goethe-Institut Belgrad will be 40 - and it is getting younger: Who is the Goethe-Guerilla and what is it doing?
Information for choreographers, dancers and those interested in dance on contemporary dance in the Asia-Pacific region and the German scene, which is influenced by European trends
Germany is much more than just a cliché – a blog about the cultural diversity of the land.
Personal notices from different countries on culture and climate change
The pulse of the times – artistic and intellectual reflections on the occasion of 200 years of Latin American independence
Unter „Meet in Finland" können Sie lesen, was Autoren und Künstler, die auf Einladung des Goethe-Instituts eine längere Zeit in Finnland verbringen, hier erleben.
Everything you’ve always wanted to know about German literature in the USA
Weblog for Teachers of German in Sweden
Young people write about their town – where they are either guests or at home. Each of them has something to do with the east or is from there and has a faible for Germany.
Settling in Berlin: Travelwriter Rory MacLean gives an amusing and insightful account of his new home – part of “Meet the Germans”.
Scholarship holders from Japan who are guests at the Goethe-Institutes in Germany write what they experience in German everyday life
Impressions, ideas and insights from the library scene in New York and beyond
The blog of the Goethe-Institut Montréal
Australia's film experts on German films