Are we ready? Artificial Intelligence will change the way we communicate, create and experience our world. “Kulturtechniken 4.0” invites artists, thinkers and creative minds to participate in one of the most important discussions of our time.
Teachers of German from Australia are invited to participate in the global virtual conference GETVICO24. This free of charge professional learning will commence on Wednesday 21 October Australian time and offer 140 presentations from around the globe. The program is available now and registration will be open at the end of September.
Love Europe? Let us take you there through the wonderful world of language! Simply capture your favourite European saying in one photo, post it on Facebook or Instagram tagging us @EULanguagesAus, and include the hashtag #literallyEurope.
Berlin has a lot to offer start-ups: (relatively) cheap office space, a big student population full of ideas and a cultural willingness to try new things. For Sydney-based German Susann Noé, returning back there was a chance to compare two very different business worlds.
Almost 13 million tons of food goes to waste in Germany every year. The Ministry of Food and Agriculture has ambitious plans halve domestic food waste by 2030, a problem private initiatives have already begun addressing.