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“It is an act of democratic backsliding”: Humboldtian on the judicial reform in Israel

Israel faces a judicial reform that could potentially alter the course of democracy. Tens of thousands have taken to the streets to protest against the controversial plans proposed by Prime Minister Netanyahu’s government. Political scientist and former Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Or Tuttnauer, talks about the political crisis in his country.

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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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Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

“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 incentives and diversity in the Humboldt Network.

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

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“Racism is toxic for every society”

On 21 March, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Humboldt Foundation is calling for more humanity and understanding and takes a clear stance against racist attitudes and actions.

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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

“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 psychotherapists?

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“Sorry you’re going through this”

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“The 2023 elections will be the most important in Turkish history.”

The year 2023 − the centenary of the founding of the Turkish Republic – has been dominated by the country’s presidential and parliamentary elections. We’ve asked two researchers from Turkey about these elections’ long-term meaning for Turkish society.

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