Kevin Kühnert, federal chairman of the Young Socialists, almost single-handedly prevented the formation of the current German government. He is still at peace with himself.
TwentyThirty showcases people from all over the world who are leading for change. They work towards a peaceful, just, and sustainable future in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
Rural flight is a global problem that does not stop at the Lausitz in Eastern Germany. One example is the town of Weißwasser.
Eirliani Abdul Rahman is not new to dealing with harsh conditions, having trained in gale force winds in Arctic Canada. But her craving for fresh fruit often becomes unbearable.
Successful leadership depends on the ability to understand the inner space one is operating from, says Otto Scharmer, who famously introduced the world to Theory U.
Detroit was hit by industrial collapse. The Detroit Declaration played a role in beginning to reverse the trends of decline.
Peter Wittig, German Ambassador to the United States, talks about responsible leadership, diplomacy, and dealing with the Trump administration.
Creating spaces where breakthroughs can happen is an art form Japanese culture seems to have perfected. Jerrold McGrath gives insights into very special concepts of space.
Activism comes with a price. Sometimes it’s fighting polar bears and jumping into ice-packed water, as Eirliani Abdul Rahman had to learn.