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What German investigators can do in Putin's war
Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Lena Kampf wrote about the German judiciary's proceedings for concrete evidence of Russian war crimes.
Carolin Wiedemann on Fighting for Gender
Carolin Wiedemann, the Ombudsperson for Humanity in Action Germany, was recently a guest on the SWR2 online radio to discuss Feminism and the Transgender Debate.
Statefree's resource for Stateless people fleeing Ukraine
Statefree, an organization of Senior Landecker Fellow Christiana Bukalo, published a resource for stateless people fleeing Ukraine.
Jasamin's analysis of literature on Afghanistan
Jasamin reviews and suggests a range of non-fiction books that help explain and understand the events occurring in Afghanistan beginning in the summer of 2021.
Research Project on The Jewish Youth Movement: Hashomer Hatzair in pre-war Berlin
Hashomer Hatzair is the oldest still operating Jewish youth movement in the world. In 2022, an interactive action-based research project was launched to explored the traces and memories of earlier generations of Hashomer Hatzair in Berlin.
Balancing between work and life: Is it time to test the four-day workweek?
Senior Fellow Nabila Abdel Aziz recently wrote an article for Bayerische Rundfunk magazine on why it is time to test the four-day workweek.
Is there anything after death? Belief in the afterlife is changing.
Nabila Abdel Aziz has recently written an article for Bayerische Rundfunk magazine where she discusses the changing beliefs of afterlife.
Eldorado KaDeWe x Hertie
Can film be a means of coming to terms with history? Senior Fellow Alexander Busold and the Her.Tietz Initiative will discuss this question with important guests on Wednesday, February 9th at 6 pm CET. The ARD series "Eldorado KaDeWe" tells the story of the famous department store "KaDeWe", the Jewish merchant Tietz and the "Aryanisation" of Jewish department stores during the Nazi era.