The Goethe-Institut Namibia is this year executing the German is a Plus project that aims to promote the German language in aspects of career, study and travel on numerous platforms – from schools to the local media in Namibia.
Contemporary art in Europe is socially relevant. But how does it shield itself from political appropriation? Joseph Young, sound artist, belit sağ, video artist, and Via Lewandowsky, visual artist, discuss this question with you. Join the debate – here on goethe.de and on Facebook and Twitter!
Germany is celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage, but political power is still unevenly distributed. In terms of numbers, women have never been equally represented in any German Bundestag. Initiatives like the Helene Weber Kolleg are pushing for change.
At the start of 2019, we look back on a small selection of important non-fiction books published in 2018. They deal with dwindling diversity in all conceivable areas of life, the "memory theatre" of the Germans, a guide for enlightened patriots and the phenomenon of history-focused tourism.
“Welcome to Africa’s Future” were the words welcoming participants from 15 African countries to a workshop at the Goethe-Institut in Addis Abeba. The goal of the week: developing a game together. The focus was on the question of how to actively anticipate the transformation of African megacities.