Germany’s colonial past entails a considerable burden of responsibility that continues to this day. This is evident in debates about ethnological collections, the renaming of streets – and in the question of how to deal with guilt. [more …]
France is not a football nation. Or is winning just too vulgar? Bruno Heckmann is one of eleven writers of the authors team of the Goethe Institute. He writes about the absence of enthusiasm for football, the great men that France’s game needs, and exceptional victories. [more …]
The Germans’ favourite drink is coffee. On average a German drinks 2.6 cups every day, that is about 150 litres a year. In the course of time, howev-er, the way people consume and perceive this hot beverage has undergone all kinds of amazing changes. [more …]
ProjectsTopics and Projects of Goethe-Institut in Tanzania
SOUNDS OF TOMORROW is a project by the European Union for the support to Non-State Actors in the Cultural and Creative Industries in Tanzania. The Goethe-Institut Tanzania is proud to be the partner in this music project.