Combating the causes of flight and raising awareness in countries of origin - these are the priorities of German foreign policy. moreRefugee crisis - what German foreign policy is doing
International terrorism and cross-border organized crime are both major challenges for the international community.
From 25 to 27 September 2015, the UN Sustainable Development Summit adopted new international Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period from 2015. Their objective is to improve everyone’s lives and, at the same time, to protect our planet. moreThe 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
The increasing use of fossil fuels accelerates climate change, with grave consequences for many parts of the world. Renewable energy will play a key role in the future. moreEnergy
Protecting the environment means safeguarding livelihoods, preventing conflict and actively building security. moreEnvironmental protection
The increasing use of fossil fuels accelerates climate change, with grave consequences for many parts of the world.
moreEnergy security and climate protection
Globalization makes it necessary for foreign policy to address health policy issues. International cooperation can effectively contains cross-border health risks. moreGlobal health policy
All over the world, digitisation and the resulting growth in connectivity increasingly shape the way we think and act. moreInternational cyber policy
The Group of Seven (G7) regards itself as a community of shared values. It comprises Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States. The G20 brings together the world’s most important industrialized and developing economies. moreG7 and G20
With its guidelines on international cooperation in the interests of sustainable urbanisation, the Federal Government intends to make a tangible contribution to tackling the major challenges of urbanisation, such as in the context of global warming. moreSustainable urbanisation