Latest Videos of the German Foreign Office
Click to watch our latest videos on topics such as Cultural Preservation, Open Day at the German Foreign Office, artists' residence programs in Germany and "Moving people – and opening up society".
A lot more than the Berlinale – film in Germany
Film has a long tradition in Germany, going back more than 100 years. Germany is an attractive place to produce films, be they blockbusters, domestic or international productions. And it is particularly interesting because of the unique blend of tradition and cutting-edge film-making.
German-French Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Law
Promoting and defending human rights around the world – that is one of the primary goals of German and French foreign policy. The German-French Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Law is a clear signal of our commitment. It was awarded for the first time in December 2016 on International Human Rights Day.
New perspectives: AArtist in residence at the Foreign Office
Art at the German Foreign Office - not just some random piece hung on a wall behind a desk. The AArtist-in-residence program gives artists space to work - and come up with their own perspectives on German culture and history.
Guardian of our Values: The German Constitutional Court
The German constitution protects the basic rights of every person in Germany. These rights are watched over by Germany’s highest judicial instance, the Constitutional Court.
Cultural Preservation – A Program of the German Foreign Ministry
Culture has many facets and functions, expressed in stories, buildings and other forms. Preserving cultural goods or resurrecting them after they’ve been destroyed is the goal oft he German Foreign Ministry’s Cultural Preservation Program. Since 1981, it has supported projects in 144 countries.
Moving people – and opening up society
Moving people, that’s the goal of Germany Foreign cultural and educational policy. Visitors from around the world came to Berlin to attend the Menschen bewegen Forum organized by the German Foreign Office. They came to exchange ideas, to be inspired, and to open themselves. In many different ways.