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Striving for human rights
Why a culture of human rights needs a vibrant civil society.
Protecting human rights – worldwide
Central areas of activity of German human rights policy. An overview.
“Human rights are a learning process”
UN Special Rapporteur Heiner Bielefeld talks about human rights principles and practice.
“The human rights policy of the United States is very complex”
Professor Matthias Koenig on North American.
Diplomacy for human rights
Germany supports the protection of human rights worldwide as a member of the UN Human Rights Council.
German History: The Long Journey to the West
A chequered history with Empire and Weimar Republic, two world wars and reunification.
Human dignity is inviolable
Markus Löning, Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy, explains the importance of human rights for German foreign policy.
Your Digital Rights in Germany
When living abroad in this ever-changing and continually evolving era of technology, it is important to be aware of the legal ramifications of your technological presence, and the information you obtain through an internet connection. Or, in other words, what’s the deal with downloading, uploading, and streaming stuff in Germany? The short answer: be very careful. And pay for everything. For the long answer, keep reading.
The Fundamental Pillars of Democracy
The interaction of political institutions within a federation on the basis of the Basic Law.
An open society
A diversity of lifestyles in a modern society with increasing individual freedoms.
Rights of the Child
Recovering from the trauma
Germany is committed to protecting the rights of children – especially when they are being abused as soldiers.
Green Germany: 10 Things Germany Is Doing for the Environment
Germany’s energy transition is underway. Though it’s not easy being green, these ten policies are bringing the country closer to a renewable energy revolution every single day.
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