Cover: Democratic Corrosion at the Heart of Europe

Democratic Corrosion at the Heart of Europe

Published: 23 January 2024
E-Paper
The Covid-19 pandemic crystalized the myriad challenges facing the modern world like few crises before it. Its impacts were so far reaching, its insights so diverse, that even the metaphors created to understand it spun off their own field of study.
Frontpage of Böll.Thema Cursed Treasures

Böll.Thema 2/23: Cursed Treasures

Published: 9 January 2024
Global demand for critical and strategic raw materials is on the rise. These resources are indispensable, particularly for the transition to clean energy, but also within other industry sectors. In this issue of our Böll.Thema magazine, we provide insights into recent developments in resource extraction, the associated challenges, and, most importantly, opportunities for positive change.
Cover of the Annual Report 2022. Ukrainian flags can be seen between dark clouds.

Annual Report 2022

Published: 4 December 2023
Annual Report
Fostering democracy and human rights, taking action to prevent the destruction of the global ecosystem, advocating socio-environmental change, promoting equality between women and men, and defending the freedom of individuals against excessive state and economic power - these are some of the main goals that inspire the ideas and actions of our Foundation. In our Annual Report 2022, we report on our work at home and abroad.
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China’s Climate Transition: Outlook 2023

Published: 27 November 2023
Report
To successfully achieve a peaking and rapid decline in emissions, China will need increased efforts on energy efficiency, a successful transformation of the economic growth model, or even higher investments into clean energy.
Feminism in Pictures: Global Feminist Pitch

Feminism in Pictures: Global Feminist Pitch

Published: 6 November 2023
“Feminism in Pictures” is the result of a collaboration with seven incredible feminist illustrators from Brazil, Iran, India, Georgia, Pakistan, Turkiye, and Kenya for the Global Feminist Pitch 2023. These graphic novels are evidence of the continuing streams of feminist resistance and resilience in diverse global contexts.