David Comerford, a senior lecturer from the University of Stirling, explains the role of behavioural science in reparations for slavery and colonial abuses.
The law will be passed in summer of 2021 and force larger listed firms whose management boards have more than three members to include at least one woman.
A 30-year green bond is planned for May 2021 with a 10-year issue to follow later during the year. The plan supports the EU becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
A Statista consumer report shows how many people rent or buy accommodation in different countries. Switzerland and Germany are firmly rental societies.
Tareq Alaows, a Syrian refugee, hopes to make history by becoming the first refugee elected into Germany's federal parliament in September.
Hanover’s University of Veterinary Medicine in Germany has trained a group of sniffer dogs to detect the COVID-19 disease in humans with 94% accuracy.
By 2050, the working age population in Korea and Italy will be around 80% of its original size. In Japan, the country most heavily affected, that number will be just over 60%.
Based on reliability, reach, relevance and resilience, the Universal Postal Union has ranked the postal services of 170 countries.
A new store in Germany’s capital is stocked with goods that aim to get shoppers to rethink their idea of waste.
Germany’s largest trade union, IG Metall, is proposing its members call for a four-day week to offset economic pressure from market shifts, heightened by the pandemic.
A study conducted by the German Institute for Economic Research will give 120 citizens $1,400 a month to trial the effects of a universal basic income.
As part of its $145 billion recovery budget, Germany has allocated some $46 billion to sustainable investments in areas like renewable power and electric vehicles.
The €500 billion Franco-German proposal looks to support the EU through the current crisis, and set it up for future stability through transfers and funding allocation.
Germany's politicians, unlike most other countries, have avoided using military style language and comparisons when talking about the COVID-19 pandemic.