How do EU countries rate in terms of social justice? Germany's Bertelsmann Foundation has tried to answer that with the annual Social Justice Index, a ranking across many categories including poverty prevention, education, labor and social cohesion.
The embattled UK prime minister’s keynote speech in Manchester was overshadowed by a coughing fit and a surprise interruption. Samira Shackle reports.
Poland's government is insisting that Germany pay reparations for crimes committed during the Second World War. During a recent visit to Warsaw, Dagmar Engel posed the question of how such demands should be handled.
From Germany to Poland, youth attitudes toward immigration and refugees differ starkly, a survey by Germany's Bertelsmann Foundation has found. But regardless of west or east, EU youth back the bloc.
Campaigns across Germany aim to prevent a political shift to the right by courting young voters. The country’s youth - when they do vote - are not shying from populist politics.
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