Topic: Migration in Germany

Police presence in front of the main station in Cologne (photo: Reuters/W. Rattay)

Cologne: sexual assaults and the press code

Outrage reaches new heights

Textbooks on Islam used in schools in North Rhine-Westphalia (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

How German textbooks present Islam and immigration

"Diversity is part of everyday life"

Exhibits stored in the depot of the Documentation Center and Museum of Migration in Germany (photo: DW/S. Dege)

A central Museum of Migration in Germany

Recording the history of modern migration

The Munich-based sociology professor Armin Nassehi (photo: Hans-Günther Kaufmann)

The refugee debate

What makes us German?

Refugees cross from Serbia into Croatia at Babska (photo: Reuters/D. Ruvic)

Migration and human rights

Refugee versus migrant: what's in a name?

The German philosopher, Juergen Habermas (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Juergen Habermas awarded Kluge Prize for Philosophy

″Asylum is a human right″

Border control in Germany (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Impact of border controls in the EU

The European downward spiral

"Refugees welcome" placard (photo: fotolia.com)

The EU's asylum and migration policy

Necessary migrants

The Syrian refugee Alaa Houd (photo: DW/Claudia Dehn)

One Syrian refugee’s story

″I could no longer live in Syria″

Refugees in Hungary hold up posters of Merkel (photo: Reuters/B. Szabo)

The responsibility of the wealthy in the refugee crisis

Plea for a refugee solidarity tax

Welcoming migrants at Munich railway station (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/N. Armer)

European refugee policy: a commentary

Europe needs common standards

Banner hung between two lamp-posts by protesting Syrian refugees in Dortmund (photo: Janina Semenova)

Syrian refugee protest in Germany

"We have to save the lives of our wives and children"

US-American philosopher Martha Nussbaum (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Morante)

Interview with Martha Nussbaum

Overcoming narcissistic fears

People carrying placards reading "We are Charlie" and "Religions united against hatred" take part in a solidarity march in the streets of Paris on 11 January 2015 (photo: Reuters/Platiau)

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

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A third way, yes, but one that acknowledges the complexity of today's realities

Supporters of the Pegida movement demonstrating in Dresden on 22 December 2014 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Kay Nietfeld)

The psychology of Pegida

The craving for an enemy

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