To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Goethe-Institut Bangladesh remains closed for the public until further notice. All language courses are held online. Stay tuned with our Website and Facebook for further updates!
In keeping with the Government directives, the Goethe-Institut Bangladesh is currently closed and operating from home office. Keeping social distancing in mind, with the intention of uninterrupted quality teaching, we are offering an exciting, online-live experience brought for the first time to Bangladesh.
The Onleihe is Goethe-Institut’s digital library. More than 35,000 German language eBooks, audio books, movies, materials for German language learners, magazines and newspapers are available for downloading from the Onleihe.
Our editor meets one of her inspiring mentors to reflect on aspirations for a “good life” with the constraints of a finite planet and solidarity actions for Bangladesh’s crafts people that would continue to have impact beyond this pandemic.
Futures beyond the Self seeks to provide a space for new ideas to flourish and for continued societal and collective engagement. It seeks to support both individuals and collectives in their endeavour to reflect, critique, and suggest alternative futures and pathways of ‘being in the world’.
With ingredients of food, travel and comics – it’s the most flavorsome dish on offer to feed your soul, nourish your mind, and delight your palate. Venture into different cultures and cities to cook with the professional chefs and avid travel bloggers. Experiment with graphic cooking and learn the most amazing recipes artistically.
The Goethe-Institut presents: "Signs of Resistance", a film series with 14 films about civil society engagement, protest and emancipation movements, the culture of remembrance, migration, and environmental issues.