Nearly four months ago, a tremendous explosion devastated both the port and large parts of the city centre of the Lebanese capital. Despite the great willingness of international actors to help, the city and the entire country still face major challenges.
From international research projects to youth exchanges to coming to terms with colonialism, the Federal Foreign Office is sending a strong signal rejecting right-wing extremism, antisemitism and racism with new and strengthened measures.
How can humankind’s cultural heritage be protected from destruction as a result of climate change, natural disasters, illegal trade and armed conflicts? Experts are discussing this from 16 to 18 November at a conference organised by the Federal Foreign Office and its partners.
Academic mobility and scientific cooperation are playing an increasingly important role – also with a view to achieving an effective German foreign policy. Germany’s science diplomacy is helping to shape this cooperation and is working around the world to defend the freedom of science and Research.
For ten years now, students in Ho Chi Minh City have been able to study at the Vietnamese-German University, with courses based on the German model. We now aim to strengthen this cooperation.