Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, "What Is Democracy?" reflects on a word we too often take for granted.
Over three days, online and in-person participants will address post-Covid realities under the theme of “The Future of Problem Solving."
How do we prepare our future leaders to develop an entrepreneurial mindset that allows them to solve complex and fast-changing problems?
The Leo Baeck Institute hosts their Annual Award Dinner honoring German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
A Conversation with Prof. Joyce Mushaben (Georgetown), Prof. Christiane Lemke (UNC Chapel Hill) & Acting Assistant Prof. Sarah Lohmann (UW).
Experts discuss social media narratives around the U.S. & German elections as part of the lecture series of the Federal Republic of Germany.
A Conversation about what happened during the 2021 Elections in Germany
Rwandan political scientist & economist David Himbara talks about the threatening developments and the human rights situation in Rwanda.
For poet & writer Max Collek, the German remembrance culture seems staged. What would a radically diverse democratic society look like?
Author of "Unorthodox" Deborah Feld speaks on contemporary Jewish culture in Berlin and political participation by religious communities.
German climate activist Luisa Neubauer talks about her involvement in and the momentum of the Fridays for Future movement in Germany.
How can societies and states reinvent themselves after the pandemic? Sociologist Andreas Reckwitz talks about the pandemic and it’s effect.
Leadership of public health agencies and pharmaceutical companies on both sides of the Atlantic will discuss the pandemic.
Transatlantic tandem talk with Dr. Hackenesch (Univ. of Cologne) and Dr. Florvil (Univ. of New Mexico) on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Day 2 of the International Security Forum Bonn is focused on "What to Learn from the Pandemic: Security in the Light of COVID-19."