#Germany

  • Article: Germany Considers €2,500 Fine for Kids Not Vaccinated Against Measles
    Health

    Germany Considers €2,500 Fine for Kids Not Vaccinated Against Measles

    By Lindsay Powers|May 7, 2019

    The country is also considering barring all unvaccinated children from nursery schools and daycares. Read more

  • Article: Barbie's New Lineup Features Journalists, Photographers, Activists, and More
    Girls & Women

    Barbie's New Lineup Features Journalists, Photographers, Activists, and More

    By Imogen Calderwood  and  Erica Sanchez|March 6, 2019

    It’s toy company Mattel’s largest lineup of global female role models. Read more

  • Article: This Artist Wants to Humanize the Refugee Experience Through Comics
    Citizenship

    This Artist Wants to Humanize the Refugee Experience Through Comics

    By Leah Rodriguez|Nov. 16, 2018

    “People talk about numbers and movements in ways that can be really depersonalizing.” Read more

  • Article: 5 Actions Global Citizens Can Take to Support Moms and Babies Around the World
    Health

    5 Actions Global Citizens Can Take to Support Moms and Babies Around the World

    By Jackie Marchildon|Nov. 2, 2018

    Take action now in the lead-up to the GFF replenishment conference on Nov. 6. Read more

  • Article: Rihanna Just Published an Article in the Guardian to Reveal Why She’s Tweeting World Leaders
    Education

    Rihanna Just Published an Article in the Guardian to Reveal Why She’s Tweeting World Leaders

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 18, 2018

    And why she wants everyone to join her on social media. Read more

  • Article: UK, Canada, and Germany Will Rehome Syria's Evacuated White Helmets
    Citizenship

    UK, Canada, and Germany Will Rehome Syria's Evacuated White Helmets

    By Imogen Calderwood|July 23, 2018

    The lifesaving volunteers and their families were spirited across the border on Saturday night. Read more

  • Article: Germany Produced Enough Renewable Energy in 6 Months for the Rest of 2018
    Environment

    Germany Produced Enough Renewable Energy in 6 Months for the Rest of 2018

    By Joe McCarthy|July 3, 2018

    But it still relies on fossil fuels. Read more

  • Article: Asylum Seekers Are Boosting Europe's Economies, Study Says
    Citizenship

    Asylum Seekers Are Boosting Europe's Economies, Study Says

    June 21, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "The cliché that international migration is associated with economic 'burden' can be dispelled." Read more