Now that travelling is becoming easier again, our library presents a selection of books that will make you want to visit Germany again. From Hamburg to Munich, from Trier to Dresden – your wanderlust is guaranteed.
PASCH is an initiative that accompanies many Thai students even after their school years. At the PASCH Alumni Conference, they jointly developed concepts for a strong network and for the next generation.
The second online discussion in the ‘Goethe is(s)t scharf’ program was on the theme of ‘Urban Gardening: Does Gardening Really Work in Cities?’, and this involved an exchange of ideas on how city-dwellers engage with public and private gardens and other green spaces in the urban environment.
(01 April 2021)
Joseph Beuys travelled to Tokyo in 1984. “Eurasia,” the utopian unity of Europe and Asia, formed an important point of reference for his artistic work. For his centenary this year, the Goethe-Institut Tokyo is launching the project “beuys on/off”.
Finally, real encounters again! For the Network Climate project, students from nine countries will come to Thailand from July 30th to August 7th, 2022, to work on concrete solutions for environmental problems in their country.
The EU funded project aims to sustainably facilitate a youth-led approach in rethinking urban spaces in Thailand to create inclusive cities and to promote youth participation in urban development processes.