Welcome reception for Germany's new Deputy Chief of Mission Dr Jasper Wieck
Ambassador Dr Martin Ney hosted a reception to welcome and introduce the new Deputy Chief of Mission of the German Embassy New Delhi, Minister Dr Jasper Wieck, at his Residence on 25th April. Dr Wieck has just started serving as the Deputy Chief of Mission and Head of the Department for Economic and Global Affairs.
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Dr. Gabriele Ney, wife of Ambassador Dr Martin Ney, who works for Bayer in the field of Oncology, has brought together Bayer India and CanSupport, an NGO caring for people with cancer.
Three world-class musicians performed a concert with Ambassador Dr Martin Ney at the India International Centre on 18th April.
Women in business, science and society in the G20 countries gathered for the Women20 Dialogue Forum on 25 and 26 April - including Chancellor Merkel. Women20 (W20) aims to ensure that the G20 pledge to take steps to empower women economically.
"Industry 4.0. – the digitalisation of manufacturing – is not only a project. It is being offered here in the form of compact solutions," declared Chancellor Angela Merkel and praised the performance of German companies.
The G7 Foreign Ministers met in Lucca, Italy recently. Around six weeks before the G7 Summit, they are set to discuss displacement and migration, counter-terrorism and sustainable development. A special session on Syria is also scheduled to take place on the fringes of the meeting.
Mirai Chatterjee, director of social security at the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA), talks about her experience at the Third International German Forum, her presentation and what she gathered from her interactions with the many international experts present at the forum.
Ambassador Dr Martin Ney invited the newly designated Indian Ambassador to Germany, Mukta Dutta Tomar for dinner, at his residence in New Delhi on 11th April.
New Courses in Environmental Management in Technische Universität Dresden
Technische Universität Dresden invites applications for four Environmental Management courses to be held in 2017/18. The courses will cover environmental management as an integrated interdisciplinary field. The curriculum is organized in modules comprising issues of conservation and restoration ecology, water and atmosphere, soil and land resources, sustainable urban and regional development, waste management and circular economy, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Participants are expected to have relevant professional experience and to be nominated by their institution in a developing or emerging country. The program is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety.
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