"Young people are going to vote with their feet"
Future Fellow Hanna S. Tetteh on the issue of migration and climate change discussed during the Richard von Weizsäcker Forum, the annual community event of the Robert Bosch Academy.
"Something unique in the German civil society landscape"
Uta-Micaela Dürig, CEO of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, on the idea of the Robert Bosch Academy.
"We have a great stake in Europe"
Philip Gordon speaks about the importance of Europe for the US. The former Special Assistant to the president in the National Security Council stresses the importance of multilateral exchange that he experienced at the Robert Bosch Academy.
"Germany can achieve the best and the worst"
Interview with Anna Diamantopoulou, former EU Commissioner and Greek Minister, about the current situation of Greece and how she perceives Germany after her stay as a Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow.
"There are major threats to the survival of the European project"
Ivan Krastev, Head of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, talks about trust, leadership, and the European Union. As he puts it, the European Project faces different threats. The politics of fear is one of these.
Richard von Weizsäcker Forum: Video Message from Fritz Stern
Historian Fritz Stern talking about Richard von Weizsäcker. Interview by Roger Cohen, columnist of the New York Times and Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy.
"I fear we have not moved quickly enough"
Denis Hayes, Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow and President of the Bullitt Foundation, considers the climate change as being one of the biggest dangers for humanity. His appeal: "We have to try to cause people to care about human beings on the other side of the world."
"We shouldn’t fight alone" - Iveta Radičová about the European Union
In her time as Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow, Iveta Radičová is working on a publication about the future of Europe. It will include interviews with several European heads of states.
"The role Turkey fits best is to be a mediator"
Soli Özel is professor of International Relations at Kadir Has University in Istanbul and fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy. He explains why Turkey should be a mediator between the European Union and the Middle East.
"The meeting gave me clearly the conviction that diversity is not something we should be afraid of, but something we should celebrate."
Atallah Kuttab, Founder and Chairman of SAANED, stresses the importance of cooperation in the philanthropy sector.
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