Project Diary: German sports student Fabian Otte about his studies in India and the key success-factors

In Germany while studying sports at famous University Deutsche Sporthochschule in Cologne, student Fabian Otte started the Global Sports & Play Initiative – bringing together people from various countries via sports. In 2019 Otte traveled to India to further work on his studies by collecting data. For the transatlantic diablog he recaps his trip. Read more about the key success factors of his work in … Continue reading Project Diary: German sports student Fabian Otte about his studies in India and the key success-factors

Exchange for vital Neighborhoods: How six cities in Europe and the USA connect to learn from each other

Six cities. Three in Europe, three in the United States. And one common topic, as social coordinator Jochen Schäfer from Cologne, Germany says. It is about vital neighborhood. Representatives of cities like New Orleans, Detroit, Turin, Cologne or Brussels visit each other and learn from each other. Among them urban planners, community networkes and volunteering citizens. After flying to Detroit, now Cologne representatives welcomed Maria … Continue reading Exchange for vital Neighborhoods: How six cities in Europe and the USA connect to learn from each other

Being prepared for Rome, Italy: A few things to know before visiting the city

It is the Italian capital. Rome. Obviously a place of history. With a population of 2,872,800 residents today, Rome spans a history of 28 centuries – heavily influenced by the Roman Empire. Here are a few facts about the city. Rome is divided into two by the river Tiber, or Tevere. The third-longest river in Italy. Although the shores are not spectacular in particular, the bridges … Continue reading Being prepared for Rome, Italy: A few things to know before visiting the city