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Under the Earth (Issue I/2022)

High on Treasure Hill

by Carina Rother

Twenty years ago, the historic Taipei neighbourhood of Treasure Hill was going to be demolished. Today, it is an enclave for both international and Taiwanese artists.


Make it yourself (Issue IV/2021)

Learning without obstacles

by Leonie Düngefeld

No qualifications but you still want to study? The “Socrates” project in Berlin, Vienna and Budapest makes it happen.


The better America (Issue IV/2020)

The big puppet parade

by Arpan Rachman

“Ondel-ondel” figures used to cast out evil spirits – these days they’re an Indonesian tourist attraction.


A story goes around the world (Issue III/2020)

In our own hands

by Leonie Düngefeld

The NGO Ketaaketi is breaking new ground in development work. Its success derives from the autonomy and initiative of the people in the three countries it operates in.


Endlich! (Ausgabe I/2020)

At home in the world

by Vinutha Mallya

In Mahindra in India 240 students from 80 nations study together.


Someone else's paradise (Issue IV/2019)

Stealing the show

by Sahar Mechri Kharrat

The cultural project “Tunisia88” introduces young people to a whole new world of music.


Guilt (Issue II/2019)

Visibly proud

by Gundula Haage

For a long time, Sinti and Roma culture was repressed in Europe. A new online archive aims to change that.


Above (Issue I/2019)

Guardians of the Bridge

Gundula Haage

How artists are helping to keep the peace at the watery border between Slovakia and Hungary. 


Poorest nation, richest nation (Issue III+IV/2018)

The Jungle in the Dome

by Dilay Avci

Refugees and volunteers from 24 nations are on the road with their unique theatre show - and take their own stage wherever they travel.


Earth, how are you doing? (Issue I/2018)

The Most Beautiful for the Poorest

by Ronal Castañeda

In Medellin modern libraries have sprouted up where the Colombian drug cartel once prevailed.


Une Grande Nation (Issue IV/2017)

Until we meet again

by Kai Schnier

For 25 years, Germany’s Foreign Office has not only been training its own upcoming talent, but also prospective ambassadors and diplomats from abroad.


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