The fourth lecture will be given by Dr. Bruno Gross. Since March 2011 he has been responsible for the operations of the Goethe-Institut as a commercial director. The organization is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institution and active in over 90 countries. ... more
All participants of the past three German-Russian Dialogues Baden-Baden are invited to come to Moscow from May 30 to June 1, 2013, in order to strengthen the German and Russian Young Leaders network. ... more
For more than three decades, China’s economy has experienced unparalleled growth rates. Never before in the history of mankind have more people been lifted out of poverty more quickly. An even larger number of people are presented with entirely new opportunities. And the sustained growth is also offering hope to those who have worked hard but gained little so far. ... more
An Interview with Insa Reimers and Hanns Koenig from the Students’ Forum of the Tönissteiner Kreis e.V.
The student-run think tank examined the situation of “career changers” in the German Bundestag and found: politicians who have gained their first professional experiences elsewhere bring above-average international and professional expertise and leadership skills to the parliament. ... more
Everybody generates CO2 emissions: when turning on the heat, taking the bus or traveling by plane. At the upcoming 4th World Young Leaders Forum in Beijing, the BMW Foundation for the first time will make an effort to compensate as much as possible for the Forum’s ecological footprint. ... more
That young adults have majorly contributed to declining voter turnouts in Western democracies is nothing new. The real issue Young Leader and Apathy is Boring founder Ilona Doughtery relates: statistics show that people who don’t vote in theír first two elections are likely never to vote in their lives. ... more