German Muslims – Caught between Integration and Exclusion
Most Muslims in Germany are well integrated and identify closely with the country. Yet some of the public continue to view them with mistrust, in part because of underprivileged urban areas like Duisburg-Marxloh.
Solid Integration - Rapid Transit for Architects in Berlin (Architektenfahrplan Berlin)
Information is essential if one wishes to resume one’s career or continue one’s studies in a foreign place and language. The “Architektenfahrplan Berlin” is a compilation of all important contact points for newly-arrived architects.
Brits in Germany – The Aftermath of Brexit
More than 100,000 Brits have built lives in Germany, and all have been affected by their homeland’s determination to leave the European Union. We asked them what they think about Brexit and how they are handling the situation.
Let’s ask a few more questions – This is the way we see migration, racism and feminism
Is everyday racism becoming more and more socially acceptable in Germany? This is a presentation of six artists who, in their novels, videos, theatre plays, music and installations, take a clear position on the issues in the most absurd, astute and badass ways.
Muslims in Germany – “I am a German potato”
Ramadan, prayer breaks and no alcohol: young Muslims in Germany are living their faith in many different ways. Our young interviewees talk about integrating religion into their daily lives and how the outside world responds.
“Children’s books are great for learning German” – Munich City Library in Giesing
The eighteen-year-old Syrian Ghaith A. has been living in Munich since 2016. In the meantime, he has become a regular at the Public Library in Giesing. He had never before been in a library.
For love or work: the journey into the unknown
Migrants start to prepare for a life in Germany long before joining an integration course. The Goethe-Institut in the countries of origin has a key role to play in these preparations. One example is the “Pre-Integration in the South-East Asian Region” project, which runs until the end of 2017.