A group of young people in Berlin with multicultural backgrounds are challenging stereotypes. They're proving that being German doesn't have anything to do with what you look like - or even where you're from.
In other countries, there's often a quite clear conception when it comes to what the average German is all about. A new study offers glimpses into how Germans live day to day. (01.10.2013)
Blue skies and grazing sheep? It's not Germany's rural countryside, but its most densely populated, former industrial powerhouse. Once known only for coal mines, the Ruhr Valley digs deep to fight regional stereotypes. (12.09.2013)
The German constitution forbids racial discrimination, but a legal framework remains missing to actively prevent it. DW looks at how Germany is dealing with the problem of racism in everyday life. (02.09.2013)
Tamsin Walker ponders what life is like for Berlin's older residents – and if she'll hold out in the city long enough to find out for herself.
Berlin might be seen as a place for the young, but it is also a place of the old(er). Tamsin Walker has been exploring what it might feel like to gently age in the German capital.
A long-held stereotype of Germans is their punctual public transport and efficient engineering. Last night, one train dealt that reputation an unexpected blow.
DW News presents the most important news — in brief, quickly and up-to-date.
© 2017 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version