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Antonios AntoniadisInterview über die Generationsbrücke Deutschland in Ostbelgien

“We Had to Draw Lots About Who Could Participate”

Antonios Antoniadis, Minister for Health, Social and Family Affairs of East Belgium, brings the Generationsbrücke Deutschland to his country – and people love it.

Mittelklassehaus mit Schutzmauer, Kapstadt, 2002, Südafrika. Copyright- Dawin MeckelOSTKREUZMiddle class house with security wall, Cape Town, 2002, South Africa

When the Safe Place Becomes the Most Dangerous Place

Who do you trust, if you cannot even trust yourself? Abdullah*, a diplomat from South Africa, has been looking for answers while coming to terms with his story of sexual abuse.

Robert KrimmerRobert Krimmer, Professor of e-Governance, Tallinn University of Technology, at the BMW European Table, Estonia.

How E-Governance Can Create a More Inclusive State

Can open data and e-governance help create a more inclusive government? Of course, but we have to reclaim the public space, says digital expert Robert Krimmer.

Wuilly ArteagaWuilly Arteaga plays his violine at a demonstration in Venezuela.

This Is What Demonstrations Look Like in Venezuela

The news that reaches us from Venezuela gives us little reason for hope. But the people continue their protest – in often beautiful ways.