Transatlantic highway between Canada and Germany
In order to encourage and facilitate interactions with “things” (and people!) German, SoGerman.ca presents details on the wide variety of German-related activities taking place across Canada. From information on opportunities for academic study, research stays or learning the German language, to events on all aspects of Germany’s cultural, economic and political life, the website aims to show that Germany truly offers something for everyone.
From September 29 until October 3, 2016 the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Canada celebrated a week of German culture and lifestyle at the Ambassador's residence.
The University of British Columbia's Institute for European Studies (IES) is proud to present "Managing Decarbonization: The Cases of Canada and Germany." The conference will run October 27th and 28th, and will feature academics and politicians from around the world including former German Minister for the Environment Jürgen Trittin.
Trends and Perspectives
Migration, the digital revolution, the trend towards sharing rather than owning, and a new relaxed attitude to business: many factors are changing the way people live in Germany. In the “Trends and Perspectives” section of the latest edition of “DE Magazin Deutschland” and on deutschland.de, learn about how current trends are affecting society and life in Germany. You can also read a report about the rediscovery of the German forest, and gain some fascinating insights into the everyday work of deep-sea researcher Antje Boetius.
Topical dossier on “Trends and Perspectives”
Current media library on deutschland.de
German Canadian Relations
The Youth Mobility Agreement between Canada and Germany offers a unique opportunity for young Canadians to complement their post-secondary education but most of all to experience Germany, its culture, language and people. Many young Canadians take the opportunity to live in Germany for a year; here, we are portraying some of them and their experiences as a YMA student in Germany.
Youth Mobility Stories
We are always thrilled to see German artists reach an international audience. German dramaturg and translator Birgit Schreyer Duarte is regularly involved in bringing German playwrights to Canadian stages – most recently by translating “Das Ding” by Philipp Löhle for the Canadian Stage. We spoke to Birgit about her work on the edge between Canadian and German stage culture.
Birgit Schreyer Duarte
Its interactive and informative app provides quick, easy access to the latest information from the FFO.
App „Auswärtiges Amt“