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Working, training and studying in Germany

Germany is an attractive immigration destination. This country is open to qualified professionals, students and researchers moving here from all over the world. 

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With DW-app ready for the digital future

The DW app provides you with the information you need to shape and understand your world - quick, direct, uncomplicated and completely ad-free right in your hands. Get unbiased, international news and information on the world’s most pressing issues.

The Federal Minister of Foreign Affaris, Frank-Walter Steinmeier is visiting a photo exhibition in Nuremberg`s Palace of Justice with historic pictures of the Nuremberg trials.

Opening of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy

On Saturday (6 June) Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier opened the International Nuremberg Principles Academy. The Academy underscores Germany’s international commitment to strengthening the rule of law, as Steinmeier stressed at the opening in Nuremberg.

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Indian Ocean - Conference in the Foreign Office

Around 40 representatives of the political, business, academic and civil society spheres in the Indian Ocean region, the United States and Europe are meeting today (9 June 2015) for an international conference entitled “The Indian Ocean – A Maritime Region on the Rise”. Organised by the Federal Foreign Office in collaboration with the foundations Robert Bosch Stiftung and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, it will involve various panel discussions and expert workshops on such subjects as maritime security and new trade routes. The conference is intended to raise awareness of the growing significance of the Indian Ocean and explore new forms of cooperation on matters of foreign and economic affairs.

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Press Release: Implementation of a Germany - Australia Advisory Group

The deputy spokeswoman of the Federal Government Christiane Wirtz informs: German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott have established the Germany-Australia Advisory Group. In order to strengthen bilateral cooperation and a common understanding on important issues regarding the Asia-Pacific region the group will make recommendations to both governments later this year. The Advisory Group will be led by the Minister of State of the Federal Foreign Office, Professor Maria Böhmer and the Australian Finance Minister, Mathias Cormann. The group is composed of German and Australian members, 15 in total, with a background in politics, economics, science and culture. The first meeting will take place in Berlin in July 2015.

Global Media Forum 2015

Media and Foreign Policy in the Digital Age

New information and communication technologies have now entered the realm of foreign policy, and they have a direct impact on international relations in the 21st century. Join us in Bonn this summer t...

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The Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir "Boomerang" Tour of Germany 2015

At the end of May 2015, a party of 32 women from remote Aboriginal Communities in Central Australia will embark on an historic tour of Germany. The choir will be taking back to its roots a choral tradition introduced first at Hermannsburg by German missionaries who arrived in the 1870's.

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Concert by Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg at the Canberra International Music Festival

The Berlin-based Israeli piano duo Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg enthralled their audience with music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Liszt and Charles Camille Saint-Saëns at the Canberra International Music Festival on 4 May 2015.

Training - Made in Germany

iMOVE: Training - Made in Germany

iMOVE is an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research to promote and facilitate global business and co-operation between German training providers and international public and private organisations. iMOVE is a section of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, providing collaboration opportunities and helping to establish contacts with high-ranking officials and individuals from the education sector. 

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$250 Million Child Survivor Fund Established

"CLAIMS CONFERENCE REACHES AGREEMENT WITH GERMAN GOVERNMENT TO FORMALLY ACKNOWLEDGE SPECIAL NEEDS OF JEWISH CHILD SURVIVORS OF THE HOLOCAUST" The fund is expected to become operational on January 1, 2015, and details will be made available after  approval by the German Bundestag and the Claims Conference."”

Berlin Polica Journal

Berlin Policy Journal

BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL is a new bimonthly app magazine on international affairs, edited in Germany’s capital. Each issue sets a theme and reports on a diverse range of current and emerging foreign policy topics, aiming at making German and European foreign policy. BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL furthers debates and takes a look behind the curtain in Berlin, Brussels, and beyond. Get to know who is shaping the future of international relations from the heart of Europe! Published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)

Special feature on “25 years of German unity” in the current issue of DE Magazin Deutschland

The special feature on “25 years of German unity” in the current issue of DE Magazin Deutschland and the corresponding dossier on the deutschland.de website do not only present background articles and interviews looking back on what has been achieved, but also and above all they focus on the present in Germany today.

Become a Medical Doctor in Germany

Becoming a Medical Doctor in Germany

Germany’s excellent healthcare system is reliant on excellent doctors. The country develops many health industry professionals itself, but there are opportunities for non-Germans to become a doctor in Germany.