Our current issue: “Living on less”





“Where had our hundreds, if not thousands, of years of tradition gone? What was the land like where our ancestors dwelled and what was their history? As a Lakota descendant, these questions began to haunt me.”
Sean Sherman, chef and food activist, Minneapolis (Photo: Nate Ryan)

Growth has its limits and the climate crisis is real. With the world in crisis mode, it’s high time we use less! Our print magazine “Living on less“ is out in German, with contributions by T.C. Boyle, Fatma Aydemir, Vandana Shiva and many more. A selection of texts in English is available here


From our current issue

The big photography interview

One year of war: How is the Ukrainian cultural sector faring?


Culture clashes: Too much black and white thinking

How fairly do we all live together? Who has power, who is left on the sidelines? How do we deal with other people' s opinions? In our KULTURAUSTAUSCH issue on culture clashes, international authors wrote about their experiences and views on black and white thinking:

KULTURAUSTAUSCH in conversation

Afghanistan: Fear of women

Since Western troops withdrew, women in Afghanistan have been robbed of their rights. 

They have lost their jobs and are locked up at home.

But the new generation refuses to be quietly driven out of public life.

In our current issue, women are raising their voices! 


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