Resources for You
We've gathered everything into one place to make it easy for you to learn more about modern Germany. From websites for younger audiences to electronic newsletters tailored to your interests to downloadable publications, you can find it all here.
Ever wonder what life is like for a kid in Germany? Philipp is in the 5th grade and will tell you about everything from school to food to music and beyond!
Discover what life is like as a German teenager. Katja will tell you all about her school, hometown, everyday activities and more.
Our free electronic newsletters deliver news from Germany directly to your inbox in English or German. From German-American business news to German heritage in America to the best innovations from German scientists, we will keep you up to date.
From basic facts about Germany’s geography and demographics to colorful brochures for kids, our free informational print publications cover all the basics about Germany.
Germany is a country shaped by immigration. Between 1950 and 2014, 44 million migrants came to Germany. During the same period, 32 million people emigrated from Germany. Migrants make up a slightly bigger share of the population in Germany than in the United States. As a result, integration is an important topic in Germany.