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A group of human rights activists from Latin America is holding talks in Germany this week with representatives from the world of politics and civil society. The highlight of the visit was a meeting with the Federal President. moreHuman rights activists visit Berlin
Developing relations with Tanzania
On 2 December Federal Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle met his Tanzanian counterpart Bernard K. Membe for political talks at Villa Borsig in Berlin‑Tegel. The talks between the two ministers focused on developing bilateral relations and on regional issues.
A conference entitled “Pride & Prejudice” was held in the Federal Foreign Office on 28 November. It provided an opportunity for LGBTI activists from Africa to meet religious representatives and human rights policy makers. moreHomosexuality and religion in sub Saharan Africa
EU Citizens' Dialogue: Do we need reforms?
How can citizens become more involved in EU decision-making processes? During the EU Citizens’ Dialogue in Bonn on 28 November Members of the European Parliament and representatives of the EU Commission and the Federal Government fielded questions from the floor.
In September and October 2013, 16 young civil servants from Hungary spent some time getting to know the day-to-day work of Germany’s administrative bodies. Tibor Schaffhauser was in the Federal Foreign Office Directorate-General for Culture and Communication, where he concentrated on the German minority in Hungary. moreFrom Budapest to Berlin
German Information Centres (GIC) are designed to provide information about Germany in their host countries and rally support for German positions. These centres aim to arouse interest in Germany particularly among important young multipliers in the regional partner countries. moreGerman Information Centres