Representatives from 16 countries join the debates at the Berlin Demography Forum
Representatives from 16 countries join the debates at the Berlin Demography Forum

At the second Berlin Demography Forum, which will take place in Berlin on January 9 and 10, 2013, the debate about demographic change will move from a purely German to an international level. Of the 40 speakers at the Forum, almost half will be coming from abroad. In this way, the Berlin Demography Forum responds to the international relevance of the topic, creates a platform for an exchange of best practices and distinguishes itself from other approaches to the topic.

Berlin Demography Forum promotes dialogue between the generations
Berlin Demography Forum promotes dialogue between the generations

Young experts engage in discussion prior to the forum and agree that starting a family is more difficult now than it was before / Prof. Lehr, retired German minister, called upon people to "not contribute to demographic change but have the courage to start a family!"

Second Berlin Demography Forum in January 2013
Second Berlin Demography Forum in January 2013

Independent platform continues international dialog on the issue of demographic change / Federal Minister of Family Affairs Dr. Kristina Schröder and Minister for the Interior Dr.Hans-Peter Friedrich are among the participants / New features are the "Young Expert Panel" and the "Forum Berliner Impuls" (Berlin impetus forum) / Exchange of best practices among national and international representatives

Long live the Allianz Arena
Long live the Allianz Arena

Exactly 10 years ago, the cornerstone was laid for the most modern and fascinating football stadium the world has ever seen: the Allianz Arena in Munich. Christian Deuringer, Head of Brand Management at Allianz SE, tells us more.

Allianz Alumni debate Europe’s future
Allianz Alumni debate Europe's future

The Allianz Cultural Foundation’s Alumni Academy event in Berlin sparked intense discussion about Europe’s volatile present and uncertain future.

The road ahead is green
The road ahead is green

The issue of electromobility is attracting more and more interest. For some time now, the automotive industry has not been alone in feeling the heat of this electrifying trend: driven by a growing awareness of environmental issues among the population at large, the move to alternative energy sources and the business opportunities offered by alternative types of drive systems, society, politics and industry are now all toeing the green line. But not all aspects of the new technology have been clarified yet. 

Zukunftstechnologien, prominente Gesprächspartner und jede Menge PS
New-age technologies, prominent discussion partners and heaps of HP

"Safety – Market – Technology": Under this motto Allianz organized an information event in its technology center in Munich on September 11, featuring the newest developments in the area of mobility and automobiles. The Formula 1 experts Nico Rosberg and Christian Danner talked about their personal experiences and showed that the love of cars and safety go hand in hand.

Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes
Allianz among global sustainability leaders

According to Dow Jones, Allianz is once again among the sustainability leaders in the insurance industry This was confirmed yesterday when the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) together with sustainability investment group SAM published the results of their annual review of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. The DJSI tracks the stock performance of the world's leading companies in terms of economic, environmental and social criteria.

After the quake: reconstructing Turkey

In 2011, south-eastern Turkey was hit by a major earthquake. 640 people were killed, 2,500 injured and the region was left devastated. In the aftermath, Allianz Turkey launched a rebuilding project, and almost one year after the initial planning, the project is bearing fruit. An eye-witness report.