How do you see our future? What opportunities do you see to shape our future? What is important to you in our globalized world? Guided by these questions, the students will learn to use film language to create their own 1-minute long trailers.
This year's 24-hour virtual German teachers' conference will take place from 20 to 21 October 2021.
Would you like to participate as a speaker with a 20-minute contribution? Take part in the Open Call for abstracts!
(04 January 2021)
The anti-Corona measures hit the Georgian cultural sector unprepared – including the Royal District Theatre in Tbilisi. Dramaturge Davit Gabunia reports on how the theater was able to continue thanks to funding from the International Relief Fund 2020 of the Goethe-Institut, the German Foreign Office and other foundations and cultural intermediary organizations.
(08 December 2020)
The coronavirus pandemic also left a mark on the year 2020 for the Goethe-Institut. In his interview with “The Latest at Goethe”, Secretary-General Johannes Ebert nonetheless is optimistic about the future and speaks about the focuses the Goethe-Institut will set in its international cultural and language work in 2021.
SEADSTEM is a project of the Goethe-Institut in South East Asia in cooperation with the South East Asian Ministry of Education Organization. It gives teachers the opportunity to jointly develop and exchange high-quality resources for innovative concepts in STEM teaching.
In 2019 the Freedom Film Network and the Goethe-Institut jointly applied and successfully have been awarded a five-year project grant under the European Union which aimes at strengthening the civil society movements in Malaysia.