Press release | Culture | 27. April 2021
Since 26 April 2021, Latin American artists present digital works that create artistic encounters beyond physical spaces on the SITIO INESPECIFICO online platform. With drawings, sound, and poetry, the platform reflects on how cohabitation has changed amid pandemic lockdowns.
News | Culture | 18. March 2021
What is the role of art and culture in public places – during the pandemic and beyond? CHANGING PLACES / ESPACIOS REVELADOS, a series of digital dialogs in Lima, provides culture enthusiasts and the city’s residents space to explore this question.
News | Development Cooperation | 1. March 2021
Siemens Stiftung is launching its first open, competitive E-Mobility Innovation Call “Electric Mobility Made in Africa for Africa,” which emphasizes innovative technical solutions and circular economy approaches. The pre-seed funding is intended to jump start visionary African entrepreneurs, start-ups, and social ventures
Press release | Culture | 25. February 2021
“Music In Africa Live” provides African musicians with digital expertise for producing live online concerts during the COVID-19 pandemic and for adapting to a rapidly-changing music sector.
News | Education | 3. February 2021
Siemens Stiftung and The Index Project continue their collaborative project to encourage creativity and innovation in the classroom.
Press release | Education | 14. January 2021
Siemens Stiftung joins its partner network in developing digital and analog education materials for selected STEM subjects. The initiative is supported by Siemens AG, Siemens Caring Hands e. V., and the German Federal Foreign Office.
News | Development Cooperation | 18. December 2020
The study “Environmental Impact of E-Mobility in the Lake Victoria Region” reports on the environmental advantages of implementing e-mobility in the Lake Victoria region. The largest benefit is the potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Press release | Education | 25. November 2020
Siemens Stiftung's new publication highlights best practice approaches from the foundation and its partner organizations for embedding climate change education in the curriculum.
Press release | Development Cooperation | 3. November 2020
Findings from a new Siemens Stiftung study show that social enterprises play an important role in the African labor market. Up to one million new jobs could be created by 2030.