Welcome to the website of the German Embassy Manila!
The German Government has adopted the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights where German companies’ responsibilities as regards upholding human rights are laid down in a fixed framework by stipulating homogeneous and verifiable global standards.
Addressing climate change is not simply a matter of concern for politicians and decision-makers alone. In an effort to involve the civil society to address climate change, its risks and challenges, WWF Germany and the research association DKK (Deutsche Klima-Konsortium) have set up a free-of-charge online series of lectures on “Climate Change, Risks and Challenges.” The Climate Course gives an overview about the many facets of climate science and is for everyone who wants to learn more about climate change and how to minimize the carbon footprint. It is designed for students, teachers as well as scientific staff, authorities, business companies, decision makers, editors and press.
Germany is seeking to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Former Foreign Minister Steinmeier announced the candidacy for 2019/20 in Hamburg on Monday (27 June). The elections are expected to take place at the General Assembly in June 2018.
Germany’s candidacy on the Security Council
The Deutschland portal has a new face: young, refreshed, mobile and highly interactive. Discover topics, find information, view videos, take part in the Germany Quiz and in online voting, interact with others.
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New visiting hours from October 4, 2016
From October 4, 2016 onwards our general visiting hours are Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 9.30 hours. Please note that an appointment is necessary for passport applications and civil status matters.
The German Government on the Energiewende
You can find further information on the German Government’s assessment, measures and plans on this theme on the following website:
Energiewende - Switch to the Future
The dual vocational training system is the most common approach of vocational training in Germany which produces highly qualified specialists and executives.
Tara Na Sa Germany: An Online Guide for Filipinos Migrating to Germany is a website that intends to support Filipinos who prepare for a life in Germany. The website features content specifically designed for Filipinos and includes a video series, fun quizzes and Filipino success stories in Germany. The website is available not only in English and German, but also in Filipino languages, including Tagalog and Cebuano.
Tara Na Sa Germany