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“das goethe“ is the Goethe-Institut’s cultural magazine. It appears twice a year in print as an insert in the subscription issue of “Zeit“.

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The Latest at Goethe

On “The Latest at Goethe“ you will find reports, stories and interviews about the work of the Goethe-Institut all around the world.


Annual Report

Das Jahrbuch 2018/19 The Annual Report – bilingual and vividly illustrated – provides an overview of the worldwide activities of the Goethe-Institut. It gives insights into the focal points and projects of our work in the fields of language, culture and information about Germany. The focus this year is on “Strengthening Civil Society.” The annual accounts, infographics with the latest figures and the profiles of the 13 regions offer information about the work in our worldwide network.
 


Brochures

Outreach that starts in the home country © Goethe-Institut

Outreach that starts in the home country

Immigration of skilled workers: Not only is the need for pre-integration presently greater than ever before, but also its benefits for later integration in Germany. A new study by the Goethe-Institut analyses pre-integration programmes for immigrant workers and provides specific recommendations for action.

Front page: Culture in an Age of Uncertainty report © Goethe-Institut

Culture in an Age of Uncertainty

What value do cultural relations have? Can they help strengthen societies in transition? A new study with the British Council on the impact of cultural relations in transitional societies addressed these issues.

 

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Deutsch lernen für das Studium

How do foreign students acquire the necessary language skills for their studies in Germany? This question is the focus of a study by the Goethe-Institut and CHE Consult. Recommendations can be derived from its results about how the increasing interest in German can be further strengthened.

 

Culture works © Goethe-Institut

Culture Works

Can and should the effects of art and culture be evaluated? The Goethe-Institut has been investigating this question for several years under academic guidance. The result is this brochure.


Contact

We are happy to send you a copy of the print publication of your choice. Please contact:

Communications Division
oeffentlichkeitsarbeit@goethe.de
Goethe-Institut e.V.
Oskar-von-Miller-Ring 18
D-80333 Munich

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