A new EU report indicates that Munich is the biggest technology hub in Europe. The report used an indicator that factors in innovation, research and development, and overall business activity to draw their conclusions.
EU ICT study
The International Women’s Media Foundation has announced the creation of a photojournalism award honouring Anja Niedringhaus, the AP photographer killed earlier this month while on assignment in Afghanistan.
Andreas Goller is a 23 year old student from Germany. His travel experience spans several cultures, countries, and continents, motivating him to study East Asian Studies and political Economics in Heidelberg, Germany. Andreas left Germany to study for a year in Taiwan and, after that, enrolled as an exchange student at the University of Toronto in August 2013.
Interview with Andreas Goller
German students in Canada and Canadian students in Germany share their insights about their experience.
Internet users submitted more than 3,000 websites and online projects from around the world to The Bobs, Deutsche Welle's annual competition for the best in online activism. An international jury selected the finalists for the People's Choice Awards in the contest's 14 languages. The public has from now until May 7 to cast votes for their favourites.
The Bobs – Best of Online Activism: Voting starts in 14 languages
This year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, from June 30 – July 2, 2014, focuses on the evolution of the Internet as a gateway to information and knowledge, and as a tool for social participation.
Global Media Forum 2014
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