How is radical diversity approached in Germany and North America? What can we learn from one another by taking a deeper look at the components of radical diversity and the different perspectives on them?
What will happen when the world reopens - will public spaces from before the pandemic be the same? Which parts from the newly created online existence will remain and which new physical –or hybrid– environments will be created?
The Onleihe is Goethe-Institut’s digital library (eLibrary). More than 23,000 German language eBooks, audio books, movies, materials for German language learners, magazines and newspapers are available for downloading from the Onleihe.
What can we do about the flood of false reports, lies and conspiracy theories that make the rounds on the internet every day? Journalist and head of broadcaster ARD’s fact finder team, Patrick Gensing talks about parallel worlds, new pressures on journalists, and how fake news both poses a threat to and strengthens established media at the same time.
“The city that creates knowledge” : The Göttingen University sets the pace and rhythm of the city. Our author Stefan Keitel takes us on a tour of places full of academic free spirit, industrious research and political resistance.
ProjectsTopics and Projects of Goethe-Institut in Canada
How does the past take shape? What happens in the process of coming to terms with the past? What social repercussions are associated with the rooting of history in monuments and memorials? How can those narratives be shifted or upended through alternative, innovative approaches to memorialization?