There are far too few women founding companies in Germany. Sophie Chung is a young doctor who founded Junomedical in Berlin - an online platform that connects foreign patients to hospitals. She spoke to us about the hurdles and prejudices.
Michel Abdollahi, Idil Baydar and Y'akoto have all experienced racism and xenophobia — despite calling Germany their home. The artists hope that the #MeTwo debate will change hearts and minds when it comes to identity.
New York's Attorney General has sued Harvey Weinstein's ex-company for failing to protect its staff from sexual harassment and abuse. Prosecutors claim Weinstein also threatened to kill employees and their families.
You’ve read the headline and now you’re up in arms, aren’t you? Unfortunately, I, Krsto Lazarevic, am going to disappoint you. The majority of foreigners are absolutely okay.
A charity ball in Raindorf has launched a debate in Germany over its use of a derogatory term for black people. The locals have defended the name as "a normal term" in Bavaria's dialect, while critics say it's offensive.
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