Youth in Germany

With robot-journalists writers will become obsolete

2017.03.03

Robot-journalists are appreciated by Directors, but not at all by fellow writers. At least, this is what has emerged from a recent study undertaken by the University of Munich, that examined a sample of ...

A coding school for Syrian refugees

2016.02.26

“Learning to code is really a way to solve problems,” said Anne Kjær Riechert, co-founder of ReDi. The School of Digital Integration is one of five computer programming centers in Germany and the Netherlands ...

The dangerous power of marketing on children

2015.07.16

The favorite cartoon character or a multicolored drawing on food packaging are the main drivers in little consumers’ choices. It has been demonstrated by the University of Bonn in a study published in the ...

Who’s the ideal volunteer for the integration of refugees

2015.05.01

Woman, well-educated, without economic worries. This is the typical volunteer in Germany. The one working with refugees and immigrants. Helping them integrate through language courses, guides for administrative papers, services of translation. A portrait ...

Germany’s schoolchildren almost illiterate

2015.04.14

What would Günter Grass, Nobel Prize winner for literature, who died today, say about the latest school results in Germany? In the country's primary and secondary schools, 50% of boys and 33% of girls ...