High-income countries
Corporate power

AI sector worries about what it is doing

A growing number of experts warn that artificial intelligence may be very dangerous

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Being Black in Bochum

Anxiety about anti-black, racist experiences is still existing. Experiences of a Ghanaian student in Germany


High-impact partnership for waste management

The cities of Moshi in Tanzania and Tübingen in Germany have formed a climate partnership.


“We don’t need saviours – we need dialogue on equal footing”

Journalist and founder Düzen Tekkal discusses the progress Germany has made on immigration, and what still needs to be done

German policy

Germany values respect, reciprocity and alliances

The BMZ response to James Shikwati’s criticism of its Africa strategy

European Union

EU strengthens borders against refugees

Faced with more migrants, the EU strengthens border agency Frontex, and member states tighten refugee policies – often at the expense of human rights

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Relations with stakeholders drive GIZ success

While GIZ evaluation report shows good results in 2022, the agency’s leaders see room for improvement

SDG implementation

How to navigate complexity

Advisory bodies can help in the implementation of the SDGs if they involve all actors and coordinate diverse interests

Flight and displacement

Displacement is part of almost everyone’s history

Flight and displacement are a scourge of humanity that conceals untold numbers of individual fates

German policymaking

The BMZ seems stuck in a European mindset

Africa strategy of Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development does not answer Africans’ questions

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Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals will require good governance – from the local to the global level.


The UN Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform economies in an environmentally sound manner, leaving no one behind.