Anyone can be whatever they want – a claim often made in industrialized countries like Germany. But while education levels are comparably high, children from poorer backgrounds often struggle to climb the social ladder.
As part of the migrant compromise that saved Angela Merkel's government, the SPD says it wants comprehensive legislation on immigration this year. So what will likely change for foreigners wanting to live in Germany?
An OECD study has found that the children of non-European migrants still face major obstacles when it comes to education and job prospects in the EU. Researchers, however, found a number of positive trends in Germany.
The iconic civil rights leader's vision for the United States has remained little more than a dream for large swaths of society. Half a century after Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, what needs to change?
Migrant, refugee, asylum-seeker, and immigrant — these terms are used frequently in media reports and have even confused experts. DW takes a look at the most frequently used migration terms and what they mean in Germany.
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