Dis­count tick­ets for Escite 2022

The 2022 Ecsite Con­fer­ence will from 02. to 04. June in Heil­bronn take place.

Every­one involved in get­ting peo­ple excit­ed about sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy is invit­ed to attend Europe’s largest sci­ence engage­ment con­fer­ence and meet like-mind­ed people.

The 2022 Ecsite Con­fer­ence will be a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty for pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment, offer­ing an intense mix of intel­lec­tu­al stim­u­la­tion, focused and cre­ative ses­sions, busi­ness oppor­tu­ni­ties, and unpar­al­leled net­work­ing .… — true to the Ecsite com­mu­ni­ty: cre­ative, engag­ing, open, and professional.

A unique atmosphere

The 2022 con­fer­ence will take place in a very spe­cial place with a unique atmos­phere: exper­i­men­ta. With its sur­pris­ing and unusu­al spaces, it will offer places and moments for paus­ing, for reflec­tion, for diverse inspir­ing encoun­ters — and it will allow us to look at the things we do from new per­spec­tives. How can we best address the glob­al chal­lenges we face? How do we best encour­age cit­i­zens to engage and par­tic­i­pate in sci­ence? How can we best fos­ter exchange and col­lab­o­ra­tion in our com­mu­ni­ty? The unusu­al set­ting of the con­fer­ence will inspire us to find new answers to these questions.

Dis­count­ed tick­ets for HHN members

Doc­tor­al stu­dents, research assis­tants and bachelor/master stu­dents have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to pur­chase dis­count­ed tick­ets for the con­fer­ence. For this pur­pose a “Pre-Reg­is­tra­tion” until Jan­u­ary 31, 2022. necessary.

Please reg­is­ter only if you can ensure your atten­dance at the conference.

This is an offer of the YSN@HHN — Young Sci­en­tists Net­work.

Tele­vi­sion pre­sen­ter Har­ald Lesch at experimenta

The famous vio­lin con­cer­tos “Four Sea­sons” by Anto­nio Vival­di meet with remarks by sci­en­tist Har­ald Lesch on cli­mate change. On Feb­ru­ary 5 and 6, vis­i­tors can expe­ri­ence this unusu­al com­bi­na­tion live in experimenta’s Sci­ence Dome. Togeth­er with the Mer­lin Ensem­ble Wien under the direc­tion of Mar­tin Walch, Har­ald Lesch will take the audi­ence on a jour­ney through time — from the Big Bang to the present day..

As an astro­physi­cist, jour­nal­ist, tele­vi­sion pre­sen­ter, audio book speak­er and nat­ur­al philoso­pher, the com­mu­ni­ca­tion of sci­en­tif­ic top­ics has been a mat­ter close to Har­ald Lesch’s heart for many years. Now the pro­fes­sor of astro­physics is embark­ing on new paths and, accom­pa­nied by Anto­nio Vivaldi’s “Four Sea­sons,” is high­light­ing the explo­sive nature of cli­mate change. In a vivid dia­logue with the Mer­lin Ensem­ble Vien­na con­duct­ed by Mar­tin Walch, he explains the ori­gins of the sea­sons and takes the audi­ence on a jour­ney through time — from the Big Bang to the present day. While the orches­tra pro­vides musi­cal accom­pa­ni­ment to nat­ur­al phe­nom­e­na such as gen­tle winds, vio­lent storms and thun­der­storms, Lesch explains in a sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly sound man­ner how the earth is far­ing: if the cli­mate con­tin­ues to dete­ri­o­rate dras­ti­cal­ly, the “Four Sea­sons” could soon be noth­ing more than a fond memory.

Three per­for­mances in the Sci­ence Dome
The Sci­ence Dome at exper­i­men­ta will host the pro­duc­tion “Four Sea­sons and Cli­mate Change” three times: The first per­for­mance will take place on Sat­ur­day, Feb­ru­ary 5, at 11:00 am. It will be fol­lowed on the same day by the evening per­for­mance at 7:30 pm. After­wards, the audi­ence will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to talk with Har­ald Lesch and the Mer­lin Ensem­ble. On Sun­day, Feb­ru­ary 6, the last per­for­mance will take place at 11:00 a.m. as a mati­nee. Tick­ets for all per­for­mances can be pur­chased at experimenta’s online tick­et store. The valid legal require­ments apply to the vis­it, which are updat­ed dai­ly on the web­site www.experimenta.science stand. Fur­ther infor­ma­tion is avail­able by phone: 07131 887 95–0 or by e‑mail: infoexperimenta.science.

Har­ald Lesch with Mar­tin Walch (left), solo vio­lin and con­duc­tor Mer­lin Ensem­ble Vien­na Pic­ture cred­its: Lukas Beck

Become a youth guide at memo­r­i­al sites

Memo­ri­als are places where his­to­ry hap­pened. They are places of remem­brance and his­tor­i­cal learn­ing, but also places of democ­ra­cy build­ing and polit­i­cal debate, places of research and dig­i­tal edu­ca­tion, places of research and encounter, and last but not least, places of diversity.

Are you inter­est­ed in the his­to­ry of Nation­al Social­ism and Jew­ish life? Then become a youth guide at memo­r­i­al sites!

Youth guides make an impor­tant con­tri­bu­tion to the ped­a­gog­i­cal-didac­tic work at memo­r­i­al sites in Baden-Würt­tem­berg. In accor­dance with the con­cept of “Young peo­ple lead­ing young peo­ple,” youth guides will again be trained for work at memo­r­i­al sites in the 2021/22 school year. The train­ing will take place in coop­er­a­tion with the work­ing group for youth and out­reach work of the Lan­desar­beits­ge­mein­schaft der Gedenkstät­ten und Gedenkstät­tenini­tia­tiv­en Baden-Würt­tem­berg (LAGG).

Reg­is­tra­tion until Jan­u­ary 16, 2021 by mail to: andreas.schulzlpb.bwl.de

Memo­r­i­al in our region

Affal­tra­ch synagogue

The syn­a­gogue was inau­gu­rat­ed on Novem­ber 28, 1851 with a fes­tive pro­gram by the entire Affal­tra­ch com­mu­ni­ty and numer­ous guests from church and pub­lic life. 

It is one of the few syn­a­gogues that com­bines all the rooms that are impor­tant for the cul­tic and dai­ly life of a Jew­ish com­mu­ni­ty: wor­ship room, school room, meet­ing room, rit­u­al immer­sion bath and teacher’s apartment.

Dur­ing the Night of Bro­ken Glass on Novem­ber 9–10, 1938, for­eign del­e­ga­tions of the SA and NSDAP des­e­crat­ed and van­dal­ized the fur­nish­ings of the prayer room; at the same time, the fur­ni­ture of the two rooms on the first floor, where the Jew­ish Bog­danow fam­i­ly lived, was com­plete­ly destroyed.

Today the build­ing is a muse­um and belongs to the dis­trict of Heil­bronn. It took over the mis­ap­pro­pri­at­ed house from the Ober­sulm munic­i­pal­i­ty in 1986, saved it from decay and restored it accord­ing to the old plans.

The “Fre­un­deskreis ehe­ma­lige Syn­a­goge Affal­tra­ch e.V.” (Friends of the for­mer Affal­tra­ch Syn­a­gogue) had giv­en the impe­tus to save the build­ing and is respon­si­ble for the edu­ca­tion­al work and events in the museum.

Test sta­tions at HHN become pub­lic cit­i­zen test stations

Since last Mon­day, 03 Jan­u­ary 2022, the test sta­tions at the Heil­bronn sites of HHN are also open to the pub­lic. This means that they are no longer reserved for HHN employ­ees, but are now open to all citizens.


Bil­dungscam­pus North
Build­ing T / No. 14 | Room T.030
74076 Heil­bronn

Cam­pus Son­theim
Know-Cube (in front of the main entrance)
Max Planck St. 39
74081 Heil­bronn

Open­ing hours: Mon­days to Fri­days from 07:00 — 15:30.

The­ater in the Sci­ence Dome

After its cel­e­brat­ed pre­miere at this year’s Sci­ence & The­atre Fes­ti­val, the play “Black Swans” returns to the stage of experimenta’s Sci­ence Dome. Per­for­mances are sched­uled for Decem­ber 18, 2021, Jan­u­ary 16 and 27, 2022, and Feb­ru­ary 3, 2022, in com­pli­ance with legal requirements.

Fol­low­ing its world pre­miere on Novem­ber 17, 2021, direct­ed by Elias Per­rig, the play “Black Swans” now returns to the Sci­ence Dome for six more dates. It stars Lisa Schwarz­er and Regi­na Speiseder. The dome of the Sci­ence Dome takes on the third main role as a gigan­tic and change­able pro­jec­tion sur­face for the video ani­ma­tions by Franziska Nyffeler.

Robot takes com­mand
In this impres­sive play, two sis­ters are con­front­ed with the ques­tion of how they want to care for their moth­er, who is in need of nurs­ing care. While the old­er sis­ter is in favor of a home, the younger sis­ter brings her moth­er in and rearranges her entire life for her. The task quick­ly over­whelms the younger sis­ter, so the old­er one final­ly pro­vides her with the seem­ing­ly per­fect care robot. The only catch is that the robot named Rosie seems to be tak­ing over more and more of the fam­i­ly. Thus, a dystopi­an sto­ry takes its course, which grows out of a seem­ing­ly ordi­nary sit­u­a­tion. So the ques­tion aris­es: Will Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence help us or will it one day be able to dom­i­nate us? But the mul­ti-lay­ered pro­duc­tion also sheds light on the role of women in soci­ety, how we deal with aging, and asks again and again: Who bears the respon­si­bil­i­ty and why?

“Black Swans” by Christi­na Ket­ter­ing is the win­ning play of the first author com­pe­ti­tion Sci­ence & The­atre of the Year 2019, which the The­ater Heil­bronn and the Sci­ence Cen­ter exper­i­men­ta had announced on the top­ic of “The Opti­mized Man”.

Observe cur­rent infor­ma­tion
The play will run at exper­i­men­ta until the begin­ning of Feb­ru­ary 2022. Per­for­mances will take place on Novem­ber 26, 2021, Decem­ber 5 and 18, 2021, Jan­u­ary 16 and 27, 2022, and Feb­ru­ary 3, 2022, each at 8:00 pm in experimenta’s Sci­ence Dome. Due to the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion, tick­ets can only be pur­chased 14 days before the respec­tive per­for­mance date in experimenta’s online tick­et store. The valid legal require­ments apply for the vis­it, which are updat­ed dai­ly on the web­site www.experimenta.science are avail­able. Fur­ther infor­ma­tion is also avail­able by phone: 07131 887 95–0 or by e‑mail: infoexperimenta.science.


Intes­tine with charm — on the trail of the excep­tion­al organ

The best­seller “Gut with Charm” by Giu­lia and Jill Enders takes a blunt and humor­ous look at human diges­tion. On Decem­ber 4, the spe­cial exhi­bi­tion of the same name start­ed at exper­i­men­ta; it can be seen for the first time in Ger­many. Until May 01, 2022, the pub­lic can embark on a curi­ous jour­ney through the human body. 

For health, the immune sys­tem and well-being, the intes­tine plays a very impor­tant role. With the vari­ety of microor­gan­isms that live here, each person’s intes­tine is as unique as his or her fin­ger­print. Despite this, the organ received lit­tle atten­tion for a long time. This has changed with the best­seller “Gut with Charm” by Giu­lia and Jill Enders, whose book has made an impor­tant con­tri­bu­tion to chang­ing the image of the gut from an under­es­ti­mat­ed to an excep­tion­al organ.

An under­es­ti­mat­ed organ comes into focus

At the exhi­bi­tion “Gut with Charm. The curi­ous world in the gut,” vis­i­tors learn more about the long-neglect­ed organ. The sis­ters Giu­lia and Jill Enders were direct­ly involved in the con­cep­tion. While the tex­tu­al accom­pa­ni­ment comes from the pen of Giu­lia Enders, the draw­ings by Jill Enders — as already in the book — take on the main cre­ative role. The result is an edu­ca­tion­al as well as enter­tain­ing jour­ney through the inner work­ings of the human being along the ques­tion of what hap­pens as soon as food enters the body. “Good sci­ence com­mu­ni­ca­tion is free of fear or shame. That was always impor­tant to us — also when accom­pa­ny­ing the exhi­bi­tion,” Giu­lia Enders describes her inten­tion. “See­ing the book come to life in the Sci­ence Cen­ter, becom­ing touch­able and three-dimen­sion­al, was very appeal­ing to us,” adds Jill Enders.

The exhi­bi­tion is divid­ed into three sec­tions: The first part is a Tour through the diges­tionThe first part of the course presents the diges­tive organs and their func­tions — from the mouth to the anus. The sec­ond part focus­es on the World of microbesThe third major top­ic area is micro­bi­ol­o­gy, i.e. the total­i­ty of all microor­gan­isms in the intes­tine. The third major top­ic area is the Well­be­ing of the intes­tine and shows ways to pre­serve the per­son­al micro­bio­me, also known as gut flo­ra, and improve dai­ly eat­ing habits.

On an area of around 750 square meters, numer­ous hands-on sta­tions alter­nate with films; real organs can be seen as well as mag­net­ic res­o­nance imag­ing (MRI) images. The exhi­bi­tion was devel­oped by the Cité des sci­ences et de l’in­dus­trie in Paris in coop­er­a­tion with the Finnish Sci­ence Cen­ter Heure­ka and the Pavil­hão do Con­hec­i­men­to — Ciên­cia Viva tech­nol­o­gy and sci­ence muse­um in Lisbon.

Into the diges­tive tract!

At the entrance to the exhi­bi­tion, a giant mouth “swal­lows” the audi­ence, which from here embarks on a voy­age of dis­cov­ery through the diges­tive tract. Where exact­ly does the esoph­a­gus run, where are the stom­ach, large intes­tine and small intes­tine locat­ed in the abdomen? With the help of two head­less sil­hou­ettes, both adults and chil­dren can see where the organs are locat­ed. Two films tak­en with MRI and by X‑ray pro­vide fas­ci­nat­ing real-time insights into the diges­tive process. A true mir­a­cle elixir is hid­den in an old apothecary’s cab­i­net: sali­va. Humans pro­duce one liter of spit per day. Sali­va not only plays an impor­tant role in food intake and diges­tion. In “Intestines with Charm,” young and old learn about its oth­er super­pow­ers and the rea­son why it’s eas­i­er to burp when you’re lying on your left side.

Direct expe­ri­ence plays an impor­tant role in the exhi­bi­tion: On an inter­ac­tive wall, vis­i­tors can trig­ger a food aller­gy or observe what hap­pens in the mouth and intestines — from chew­ing to excre­tion — when feed­ing a fig­ure. To mar­vel at is a rope that depicts the large and small intestines in their com­plete length and makes their dimen­sions vis­i­ble when they are unrolled. Final­ly, in the toi­let, every­thing is a ques­tion of pos­ture. You can find out what the ide­al posi­tion is by sit­ting in the toi­let cubi­cle. With­out shame, but with a lot of charm and in the usu­al humor­ous tone of the Enders sis­ters, the exhi­bi­tion explains the mech­a­nism of the sphinc­ter mus­cles. The dif­fer­ent forms of defe­ca­tion are not con­cealed either. After all, shape, col­or and con­sis­ten­cy pro­vide a lot of use­ful infor­ma­tion about our diges­tion and pos­si­ble diseases.

Small but mighty: bac­te­ria in the gut 

The sec­ond part of the exhi­bi­tion focus­es on tiny crea­tures with­out which diges­tion would not be pos­si­ble: bac­te­ria. Togeth­er with virus­es, yeasts and fun­gi, they form the micro­bio­me, bet­ter known as the intesti­nal flo­ra. This not only process­es food, but also com­mu­ni­cates with the brain as well as the immune and ner­vous sys­tems and ensures a healthy bal­ance in the body. In a room mod­eled on the intesti­nal wall, the audi­ence is immersed in this unique microcosm.

Dif­fer­ent intesti­nal bac­te­ria intro­duce them­selves on an inter­ac­tive screen. They tell their sto­ry and whether they take on a good or evil role — or even both — in the human body. The micro­bio­me table invites vis­i­tors to learn amaz­ing num­bers: It’s hard to imag­ine that there are more bac­te­ria in just a sin­gle gram of excre­ment than there are peo­ple liv­ing on Earth. Vis­i­tors can learn how dif­fer­ent microor­gan­isms are in terms of size, col­or, shape and com­po­si­tion with the help of hands-on models.

Much of what is known about the intes­tine and its tiny inhab­i­tants is thanks to sci­ence. But how do researchers arrive at their find­ings? Var­i­ous instru­ments and sim­pli­fied research pro­to­cols are pre­sent­ed in an exhi­bi­tion lab­o­ra­to­ry. Any­one who wants to can slip into the role of researcher them­selves in the exhi­bi­tion section.

Of clean­li­ness and good bacteria

Although the intes­tine and its micro­bio­me still hold many secrets, sci­ence agrees on one thing: well-being, both phys­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal, is strong­ly depen­dent on a healthy intes­tine. In the last part of the exhi­bi­tion, vis­i­tors are there­fore giv­en valu­able tips on how to keep their intesti­nal flo­ra in bal­ance and how to main­tain it by eat­ing cer­tain foods. In a mul­ti­me­dia game, vis­i­tors can “shop” for var­i­ous foods and find out how much dietary fiber they con­tain. Fiber, as found in whole grains, fruits and veg­eta­bles, strength­ens and pro­tects the micro­bio­me. At anoth­er sta­tion, the audi­ence will get prac­ti­cal advice on how to clean wise­ly. After all, exces­sive hygiene reduces the ben­e­fi­cial bac­te­r­i­al bio­di­ver­si­ty that sur­rounds and pro­tects us everywhere.

Each person’s micro­bio­me is unique. But when does the micro­bio­me devel­op in the body? How does it change and why? A film made espe­cial­ly for the exhi­bi­tion pro­vides infor­ma­tion. Anoth­er film looks at new med­ical research and shows how peo­ple can be helped whose micro­bio­me is severe­ly dam­aged or weak­ened. Even though a lot of research is still need­ed here, it becomes clear what heal­ing pow­ers the bac­te­ria in the gut have and what could be pos­si­ble in the future with their help.

What role do bac­te­ria in the intes­tine play in chron­ic dis­eases such as Crohn’s dis­ease or the devel­op­ment of can­cer? Nutri­tion­ist Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller is inves­ti­gat­ing this ques­tion in his research. At the Robert May­er Lec­ture on Feb­ru­ary 15, 2022 at 7:30 p.m., the pro­fes­sor of nutri­tion and immunol­o­gy at the Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty of Munich will speak about “We are not alone. How microbes in the gut influ­ence our lives”.

Open­ing hours and prices

The spe­cial exhi­bi­tion “Intestines with Charm” can be seen at the Sci­ence Cen­ter exper­i­men­ta in Heil­bronn from Decem­ber 4, 2021 to May 1, 2022. It is open Mon­days to Fri­days from 9:00 to 17:00, and on week­ends and pub­lic hol­i­days from 10:00 to 18:00. The spe­cial exhi­bi­tion is includ­ed in the exper­i­men­ta admis­sion price, but can also be booked indi­vid­u­al­ly. In that case, a tick­et costs 7.00 euros for adults and 4.00 euros for concessions.

Vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign: We for vaccinating

Fourth wave inci­dence rates remain high and inten­sive care units are full in most regions. The only pro­tec­tion and long-term way out of the pan­dem­ic is vaccination.

There­fore, we are pleased to offer you a vac­ci­na­tion against the Sars-Cov­‑2 virus at HHN. Under the mot­to “We for vac­ci­nat­ing”, first, sec­ond and (boost­er) vac­ci­na­tions are car­ried out.

Vac­ci­nat­ed with Bion­tech or Mod­er­na on the Fri­day, Decem­ber 17, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. at the Son­theim Cam­pus. with the sup­port of the fam­i­ly prac­tice Obereise­sheim. The exact room will be announced at the time of book­ing. Book­ing is pos­si­ble for all uni­ver­si­ty members. 

Please note: a (boost­er) vac­ci­na­tion can be giv­en to any­one whose last vac­ci­na­tion was at least three months here is.

Please bring the fol­low­ing for vaccination:

  • an iden­ti­ty card
  • the health insur­ance card (if available)
  • the vac­ci­na­tion card
  • The RKI infor­ma­tion sheet and con­sent form.

Par­tic­i­pa­tion in the vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign is vol­un­tary and an offer from us to you. The dates will be announced after the First-Come-First-Serve Prin­ci­ple provided.

Please note all oth­er infor­ma­tion that fol­lows in the appoint­ment con­fir­ma­tion. Please refrain from ask­ing us any ques­tions apart from the book­ing process. Vac­ci­na­tion edu­ca­tion and med­ical care will be pro­vid­ed exclu­sive­ly on-site by the vac­ci­na­tion team of the Obereise­sheim fam­i­ly practice.

We look for­ward to many book­ings and immu­niza­tions to con­tin­ue to main­tain safe uni­ver­si­ty operations.

Cor­po­rate schol­ar­ship of Vec­tor Infor­matik GmbH

Vec­tor Infor­matik GmbH claims to be the pre­mi­um part­ner for the devel­op­ment of embed­ded elec­tron­ics. For 30 years, their cus­tomers have been devel­op­ing elec­tron­ic inno­va­tions with them for the auto­mo­tive indus­try and relat­ed sec­tors. The Stuttgart-based com­pa­ny would like to sup­port stu­dents at Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty in the sum­mer semes­ter of 2022. To this end, Vec­tor expects to announce two schol­ar­ships. With the schol­ar­ship, you will get to know the com­pa­ny and can get an idea of the diverse areas.

The amount of the schol­ar­ship is 300,- Euro per month and is ini­tial­ly grant­ed for two semesters.

Require­ments for apply­ing for a cor­po­rate schol­ar­ship at Vec­tor are:

  • Study in one of the fol­low­ing pro­grams: ASE, MAS, ESE, MEL, AI, SEB, MSEM, ET, MEE.
  • Enroll­ment in at least the 2nd Bachelor’s semes­ter or at most the 1st Master’s semester
  • above aver­age grade point average

Appli­ca­tion peri­od from 09.12.2021 to 06.01.2022

Human Rights Day

“All human beings are born free and equal in dig­ni­ty and rights.” This is stat­ed in Arti­cle 1 of the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion of Human Rights. This dec­la­ra­tion was enshrined on Decem­ber 10, 1948 and pro­claimed at the Unit­ed Nations Gen­er­al Assem­bly in Paris. This was the first glob­al human rights doc­u­ment and Decem­ber 10 is meant to be an annu­al reminder.

The Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion of Human Rights was adopt­ed short­ly after the Sec­ond World War. In this cat­a­log, fun­da­men­tal rights were defined in 30 arti­cles, which were to apply equal­ly to all peo­ple — regard­less of gen­der, nation­al­i­ty, polit­i­cal con­vic­tion or reli­gion. These are eco­nom­ic, social, cul­tur­al, civ­il and polit­i­cal rights. How­ev­er, this dec­la­ra­tion was only a dec­la­ra­tion of intent. That is, there was no treaty or oth­er safe­guards. Thus, no state was actu­al­ly required to abide by this dec­la­ra­tion. Coun­tries were only required to imple­ment and pro­tect the fun­da­men­tal rights enshrined in the document.

In order to turn the dec­la­ra­tion of intent into a legal­ly bind­ing treaty for the coun­tries, 18 years (1966) lat­er two human rights covenants were adopt­ed by the Unit­ed Nations. These entered into force 10 years (1976) lat­er. Togeth­er with the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion, the UN Civ­il Covenant and the UN Social Covenant form the inter­na­tion­al human rights code.

Human rights are not self-evi­dent, because they are still not respect­ed by all coun­tries or are dis­re­gard­ed. Thus, tor­ture, per­se­cu­tion, forced mar­riages, free­dom of expres­sion, racism, depri­va­tion of lib­er­ty, etc. still occur today. This is exact­ly what the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion of Human Rights is sup­posed to pro­tect us from. How­ev­er, it is dif­fi­cult for the Unit­ed Nations to enforce human rights, because due to the legal sta­tus of the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion of Human Rights, the doc­u­ment is only a rec­om­men­da­tion. More­over, the Unit­ed Nations can­not enforce the obser­vance of human rights, because this would con­tra­dict its own principles.

It is there­fore all the more impor­tant to reg­u­lar­ly draw atten­tion to the fact that not all peo­ple are treat­ed equal­ly every­where, or even have the same rights. The orga­ni­za­tion Human Rights Watch is com­mit­ted to pre­cise­ly this and points out in its reports where human rights are being disregarded.


Real­i­ty Check Study — What Real­ly Mat­ters in the Job Lat­er on

🎙️ Pod­cast rec­om­men­da­tion for students

You have lit­tle or no work expe­ri­ence and won­der what real­ly mat­ters in the job lat­er? Then you’ve come to the right place with our podcast! 

After 6 years of pro­fes­sion­al expe­ri­ence, we — Chris­tine and Simona — talk about our expe­ri­ences from study & job and inter­view guests who also share their real­i­ty check from the study time 💡. 

We reveal our “aha” moments and which con­tents from our Bachelor’s and Master’s stud­ies were very help­ful for start­ing a job — and still are today. How­ev­er, from today’s per­spec­tive, we would have approached many things dif­fer­ent­ly dur­ing our studies 🤷.

So that you feel bet­ter pre­pared for the pro­fes­sion­al world, we want to share exact­ly this knowl­edge with you. Because Shar­ing is Car­ing — that’s our mot­to — for your per­son­al path through your time at uni­ver­si­ty. We’d love for you to lis­ten to our pod­cast. And if you like the episodes, feel free to fol­low us on Spo­ti­fy or Apple Pod­cast and Instagram. 

Every Mon­day a new episode awaits you! You can find us here:


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