Clear majority of Germans think country has big problem with racism: poll

Clear majority of Germans think country has big problem with racism: poll

A clear majority of Germans think that racism remains a ‘big problem’ in society, with respondents united regardless of political affiliations - with one notable exception.

Book describes Germany without foreigners

Book describes Germany without foreigners

‘I can’t imagine being in a city that I could love more than Berlin’

‘I can’t imagine being in a city that I could love more than Berlin’

‘I don’t feel at home here, it’s clear I’ll remain a foreigner’

‘I don’t feel at home here, it’s clear I’ll remain a foreigner’

‘Going back is so foreign – I speak Polish with a German accent’

‘Going back is so foreign – I speak Polish with a German accent’

‘I’m Russian, my husband Turkish, my daughter Irish – we married in Denmark’

‘I’m Russian, my husband Turkish, my daughter Irish – we married in Denmark’

‘I was sure Berlin was a cold place’

‘I was sure Berlin was a cold place’

‘The first time we were arrested I was eight years old’

‘The first time we were arrested I was eight years old’

‘My two-year-old speaks more German than I do’

‘My two-year-old speaks more German than I do’

‘If I got paid for every smile I’d be a rich man’

‘If I got paid for every smile I’d be a rich man’

‘The little Asian you’ll never forget’

‘The little Asian you’ll never forget’

CDU’s Kees de Vries: ‘Integration is not only a problem for immigrants’

CDU’s Kees de Vries: ‘Integration is not only a problem for immigrants’