Abortion is not taught in German medical schools
In Germany, abortion is legal and one of the most common procedures performed by gynecologists. But medical students have to learn it on their own.
15 Mar 2018
How gender equal is Germany?
A dire overview of gender inequalities was released by Die Zeit: smaller salaries, under-representation in upper management of big business and, most surprisingly considering the current head of state, a lack of access to political power.
13 Mar 2018
Welfare sanctions disproportionately affect parents
Germany, Europe's richest economy, has a reputation for having a well-designed welfare state; however, recent government data suggest there is an important flaw with the way welfare sanctions are applied.
4 Mar 2018
Germany's best-selling newspaper falls for hoax
The German tabloid Bild ran a story about Russian interference in the coalition talks between Merkel's Christian Democrats and the Social Democrats. The article was based on a fake email exchange created by a satirical magazine.
27 Feb 2018
Parents on trial in Stuttgart after forcing their daugther to marry
A young woman has filed a lawsuit against her family that kidnapped, trafficked and married her off against her will. All because she refused to follow a traditional lifestyle.
16 Jan 2018