From translating scientific research to policy to singing for peace with hundreds of choristers from all over the world: take a look at what our UK/Germany 2018 had in store this November.

How can we transform  health care systems to offer support dietary change for the benefit of everyone? This year's Queen's Lecture was held by Susan Jebb, Professor at the University of Oxford. The expert shared her research in nutrition and dietary change with more than 800 people in the lecture at the Teschnische Universität Berlin. Watch the whole lecture here. ©

TU Berlin/PR/Felix Noak

A hundred years on from WW1 music can still unite nations to strengthen their bond. A choir of 2,000 singers from 27 countries performed "The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace"  by Welsh composer Sir Karl Jenkins. Rewatch the performance on arte. ©

Welsh international office Berlin.

How can we make diverse voices heard in the music industry? We were delighted to attend our UK/Germany2018 affiliate partner event DICE! The network supported the work of female, trans and non-binary artists and professionals in the music industry with a three day conference and festival in Berlin.
We were delighted to support the photography exchange residency between Berlin and Glasgow as organised by Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow and the Ostkreuz Association for Photography. They have chosen two exceptional photographers, Robert Henderson and Doro Zinn, as part of the photographic parallels project. Both photographers showed their work at the Photographic Parallels exhibition in Berlin this November. ©

Robert Henderson

euro-scene Leipzig  took place for the 28th time from 06. – 11. November 2018. The festival for contemporary European theatre and dance showed 12 guest performances from 7 countries in around 25 shows – among them also our UK/Germany season partner, ERRATICA, who performed their musical theatre Remnants. ©

Richard Hubert Smith

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