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)
On the 77 percent show this week, we hear from stigmatized and frustrated young Fulani in Nigeria telling their own story. And a discussion on the issue of stereotypes in conflict with Abu-Bakarr Jalloh. Tune in.
Fulani cattle herders have always faced a lot of challenges, many young people are expected to take care of their animals from a relatively young age. Now many of them are being called terrorists too. Katrin Gänsler went to Jos in Plateau State to find out more.
Many media outlets tend to assume that Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policies have divided the country. But two new studies about the general mood in German society are calling for a closer look.
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