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“The poor deserve the best”

In the Agenda 2030, the global community defined quality education as one of the core goals of global sustainability. But to achieve it, we don’t just need to increase access to education, say sociologists Jessé Souza and Boike Rehbein, but, above all, to reinforce people’s self-esteem by creating local opportunities.

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“The future is now!”

Humboldt Fellows present approaches to greater sustainability in society, culture and research at the Long Night of Ideas 2021.

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Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

“Sorry you’re going through this”

In practice “Sorry you’re going through this” People who suffer from depression or other mental health issues could soon seek help from an artificial intelligence. Will AI one day obviate the need for

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“Sorry you’re going through this”

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“Safe haven for a new start”

Strengthening freedom of scientific research: Success stories from five years of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative. An interview with programme director Barbara Sheldon.

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Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

“It's not enough simply to say, it is as it is!”

Focus “It's not enough simply to say, it is as it is!” Excellence and diversity are not a contradiction in terms, according to Hans-Christian Pape. A conversation about the power of positive incentive

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“It's not enough simply to say, it is as it is!”

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“It takes the entire network”

Andrea Löther led a study commissioned by the Humboldt Foundation to analyse the potential and needs of female scholars and scientists around the world with regard to whether they could be persuaded to become internationally mobile and undertake a research stay in Germany. A conversation about access, barriers and opportunities for more excellence through diversity.

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