Glioblastoma is one of the most common malignant primary brain tumours and is still incurable. Around 4800 people are diagnosed with it for the first time in this country every year. In an interview on World Brain Tumour Day, the expert explains how a new vaccination is supposed to help glioblastoma sufferers, why interdisciplinary work is so important, and why her patients make her humble every day.
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Das Online-Forum ist die Plattform für stiftungsübergreifenden Austausch aller 5000 Hertie Fellows miteinander. Es bietet seinen Mitgliedern - Wissenschaftler/innen wie Praktiker/innen - innovative Fachgruppen, Expertenforen, interessante berufliche Perspektiven und vieles mehr.
The "Essay Prize Democracy and Economy" goes into the second round!Together with WirtschaftsWoche, the Hertie Foundation is awarding prizes for the best essays on the topic of "Democracy and the Economy". Prof. Michael Hüther is a member of the jury. As an economic researcher and director of the Institute of the German Economy, the relationship between "market economy and democratic cohesion" has been on his mind for a long time. Would you like to submit your work? You can find all the information here!
Interview with Louisa PlasbergHow do I get off to a good start in my first real job? What do I have to pay special attention to as a young professional? We talk to podcaster and one of our mentors this year, Louisa Plasberg, about the important time of first work experiences. Listen to the whole interview on Spotify!
Initiative Starke Schule | Virtueller StammtischThe virtual regulars' table is a regular exchange for all members of the Strong School Initiative and open to anyone who is thinking of becoming a member. Every 2nd Thursday of the month, always at 3.30 p.m., we meet without a fixed topic to exchange experiences online, because we know how good it is for us to stay in conversation and in contact with each other. We are looking forward to all participants!
Interview with Prof. Wolfgang KaschubaBurning Israel flags, Jew-hating slogans all over Germany: anti-Semitism is increasingly taking place in the open. It is striking that many young people are also shouting along. Where does their anger come from, and what can be done about it? Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kaschuba is a founding member of the Berlin Institute for Empirical Integration and Migration Research (BIM), which is funded by the Hertie Foundation, and one of 21 authors of our book "Democracy Boosters".
Follow up | Summit 2021 | Thank you!This year, almost 800 people signed up to take part in the digital Hertie Summit on 3 and 4 June 2021. Over the two days, we held over 40 events with different formats together with our Fellows.But a large part of the success of this year’s Summit is down to you personally, so we would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for your contribution.
Jugend debattiert || New anniversary podcastIn an interview with Elisabeth Niejahr, Managing Director of the non-profit Hertie Foundation for the area of "Strengthening Democracy", Ansgar Kemmann, head of Jugend debattiert, talks about early experiences that set him on the path to Jugend debattiert. How did the Federal President's initiative come about? How has the programme developed since then? How will it continue? Follow Elisabeth Niejahr and Ansgar Kemmann on a journey through 20 years of Jugend debattiert.
The state of our democracy is not only the subject of much discussion, but also of much writing. Democracies can be justified and explained from different points of view. The podcast "MIT BLEISTIFT GELESEN" deals precisely with this. Why is the term "nation" under general suspicion? And why do we need it anyway? Aleida Assmann talks about this with Grzegorz Nocko.