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Bertelsmann Stiftung (Hrsg.) (PDF)2017

Neue digitale Daten für die Entwicklung smarter Städte und Regionen

In Schweden senden Krankenwagen lebensrettende Daten der Patienten direkt ins Krankenhaus, im irischen Dublin informiert eine Webseite in Echtzeit über Lärmbelastung und Mieten und in Deutschland können Bürger landesweit über einen "Mängelmelder" ihre Anliegen an Kommunen schicken: Neue digitale Daten machen’s möglich, wie unsere Recherche im In- und Ausland zeigt. weiterlesen

Bertelsmann Stiftung, European Bureau for Policy Consulting and Social Research Vienna, Economic Policy Center (WPZ) at the University of St. Gallen (Hrsg.) (PDF)2017

Social Policy in the EU – Reform Barometer 2016

What do European governments do to remove social inequities? What reforms are promising? The reform barometer gives answers. weiterlesen

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Hrsg.) (Broschur)2017

Escaping the Escape

Conflict and war, but most of all overwhelming despair are driving massive numbers of mostly young people from the Middle East and North Africa, Central Africa, the Balkan, Ukraine and Central Asia to leave their homes for Europe in search of safety. What do they need most in order to lead their lives in peace and security? weiterlesen

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Hrsg.) (E-Book / ePub)2017

Escaping the Escape

Conflict and war, but most of all overwhelming despair are driving massive numbers of mostly young people from the Middle East and North Africa, Central Africa, the Balkan, Ukraine and Central Asia to leave their homes for Europe in search of safety. What do they need most in order to lead their lives in peace and security? weiterlesen

Dr. Andreas Rickert, PHINEO gemeinnützige AG (Hrsg.) (PDF)2017

Social Impact Navigator

Imagine you want to take a sea voyage. How do you plan your trip? First, you probably think about where you should go, who you want to take, and how you can bring your passengers safely to their destination. weiterlesen

(PDF)2017

Can Modi make the elephant dance?

Narendra Modi captured India’s imagination by promising rapid economic and social development and won the 2014 elections hands down. His commendable plan to transform India’s welfare system and bring in sustainable development through radical market-driven reforms is, however, challenged by infrastructure bottlenecks and the realities of rural India. weiterlesen


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