During the ’70s and ’80s, Harald Hauswald shot from the hip, secretly documenting life in East Germany. This is his story.
Despite playing in the German second division without much success, a new book explores why St. Pauli are an enduring source of fascination to left-wing fans the world over.
Migrants – fleeing war, persecution and poverty – have been living in the country’s Black Forest for over 20 years.
The increase in far-right attacks has been fuelled and validated by an unfiltered online world and an unmoderated media.
Grappling with societal fractures and a far-right surge, young Germans have discovered a new way of building bridges in the face of disunity: hip hop.
Deep within a forest on the outskirts of Germany, a small army of activists is fighting to protect a 12,000-year-old natural resource from being destroyed.
Daniel Neilson, James Forrest and Alan Hinkes reveal the areas that are closest to their hearts – and why it’s so important that we keep them protected.
Görli operates as a microcosm of tensions in the capital. The fight for its future remains ongoing – but the conclusion will have an impact that stretches way beyond the park’s walls.
From Bowie and Sonic Youth to Stereolab and LCD Soundsystem, Michael Rother's impact on innovative music has been immeasurable.
For years, Seyran Ateş has been pushing for progress in the international Muslim community, building LGBTQ-friendly mosques and fighting for gender equality.
On Sunday, 70,000 people from the city’s clubbing community took to the streets to counter-demonstrate against the far-right AfD (Alternativ für Deutschland) party.
After arriving in Europe in 2014, Larry Macauley has been trying to raise awareness of the struggles faced by migrants – starting up a trailblazing online platform for Germany’s refugee communities.