Human Rights Commissioner Strässer shocked by the lengthy prison sentence against Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim
10.02.2015. Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid, Christoph Strässer, issued the following statement on 10 February on the sentencing of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to five years in prison for the accusation of homosexuality: I was deeply shocked to hear of today’s verdict against Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
On 11 February 2015, Dr. Wolfram Spelten, Economic Counsellor, gave a welcome speech at the press conference - organised by the MGCC - to officially announce the ACHEMA 2015.
ACHEMA is one of the wor...
Ambassador Holger Michael met with Tan Sri Dr. Ahmad Tajudin, President of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia, and Ms. Hazami Habib, COO, in the afternoon of 10 February 2015. They had a lively discussi...
Germany increasingly popular Migration Destination
Germany is an increasingly attractive destination for immigrants. According to the latest Migration Report, their numbers rose from 1.08 million in 2012 to 1.23 million in 2013, with net migration at its highest level since 1993. Net migration stood at around 430.000, the highest level since 1993.
Steady Growth for German Economy
January 2015. The latest GDP figures show that Europe’s largest economy grew by 1.5 percent in 2014, up from previous estimates of 1.4 percent. The ten-year average for annual German GDP growth is 1.2 percent.
Self-Determination Through Documentation of the Oral History of Six Different Ethnic Communities in Sarawak.
Knowledge and understanding of the past has a profound impact upon contemporary social and...