This May, we will introduce a novel that caused a lot of discussions in the German public – for its content (to be called painful, even rude), but also because its author won an important price for it.
Artists from 14 African countries meet in workshops and create a new (comic) world together!
Discover new perspectives, learn more about African comic art in videos and follow the creation of new stories!
Diversity is not easy, but beautiful in many ways. The path towards equality mustn’t be a maze, but a community garden. In her essay, Dr. Michaela Dudley shows that the women’s movement can only hope for lasting progress if we understand it as intersectional.
“Generation Greta” is politically active, digital, liberal – but surprisingly conservative when it comes to personal life planning. We take a look at the surveys of Germans aged between ten and twenty from 2019 to 2021.
By working on their own radio stations and podcasts, students’ competence in the media industry is enhanced, and they get hands-on training to understand what media creation looks like in the digital age.
Goethe-Institut decided to support Kaaga Girls High School, a PASCH School in Meru, for a number of reasons, but mainly for the students to understand what exactly solar power is, and what the production of solar energy entails.