(21 July 2021)
The Goethe-Institut has created another opportunity to develop the linguistic and intercultural competencies of foreign skilled workers by signing a partnership agreement with the Arbeitgeberverband Pflege (AGVP, Employers’ Association for the Care Industry) and the Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Ausländische Pflegekräfte (BAGAP, Federal Working Group for Foreign Care Workers).
(15 July 2021)
Artist Ayzit Bostan presented her art installation “Parasol” as part of the series “Munich Unique” by the Goethe-Institut in Paris. Guests included the German ambassador Hans-Dieter Lucas and the mayor of the 16th arrondissement, Francis Szpiner.
(08 July 2021)
How is Germany viewed by the world? With the study “Außenblick – International perspectives on Germany in times of the Covid-19 pandemic”, the three organisations want to approach this question. From the perspective of science, culture, economics and politics. A particular focus of the study is the corona pandemic, which affects all areas.
(05 July 2021)
The Senegalese capital Dakar is the setting for the new Goethe-Institut designed by architect Francis Kéré from Burkina Faso. It embodies architecture as a cultural, societal and climatologically evolved term.