The Islam-critical cartoons about Prophet Muhammad that were published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in 2005 (and many more that followed) created an outcry. The protests by Muslims resulting in more than 200 reported deaths made the conflict of freedom of religion and the freedom of the media subject to a worldwide debate that is still ongoing.
The German-American Lawyers Association (DAJV) is affiliating with Fordham Law School on a one-week program on Recent Developments in U.S. Law, to be held in New York City from July 15-19 (with an optional session on July 14).
"Facts about Germany" helps you to get to know Germany and offers
extensive basic information and interesting points of contact: www.facts-about-germany.de
If you are looking for information regarding a visa for Germany, studying
in Germany or even working and living in Germany, please visit the the Federal Foreign Office at www.auswaertiges-amt.de
For English-speakers living in Germany, this site provides some information on the various requirements for living in Germany (e.g., enter "work permit" into the website's search field and various message boards appear): www.toytowngermany.com
Young Germany is an initiative of Germany's Federal Foreign Office and
its partners want to raise interest of young people in Germany. The websites provides information about career opportunities, innovative developments in research and science as well as trends, lifestyle and anecdotes of young people in Germany: www.young-germany.de