The North-South-Report of Willy Brandt is more current than ever before!
Room: MA 848
In the 80ies the Nobel laureate and former German chancellor, Willy Brandt, led an independent north-south-committee to find solutions for the social gap between the industrial countries and their former colonies. They developed a global view, not one out of the perspective of one nation. Out of this perspective he advised, to waste the resources not longer for weapons, but use them to bring mankind together and to equalize the living-conditions worldwide. But the ideas did not bring the hoped change. Brandt hoped for the next generation to act according to their proposals.
Wolfgang Lieberknecht, Initiative Black&White