At a vocational school in Aschaffenburg, refugees are getting an education in German and in what it takes to live in Germany. And they’re learning trades as well.
Success is uncertain, but for many, there’s real hope.
Saša Stanišić was a 14-year-old refugee boy when he came to Germany, and he knew virtually no German at all. Fourteen years later, he became a successful writer — in the German language.
Germany's refugee and migration agency will end the year well short of its own integration goals. Waiting times for integration courses are up and participation rates are below target.
What does "Heimat" signify? A feeling of home and belonging to a place, a personal comfort zone? Sociologist Armin Nassehi discusses the numerous interpretations of the sometimes controversial term.
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