Have Rich Countries Failed to Distribute Corona Vaccines? A conversation with the new Development Minister Svenja Schulze about responsibility, the commitment of the individual and what she understands by sustainable and feminist development policy.
Michael Bauchmüller and Angelika Slavik, Berlin
At the beginning of the video interview, Svenja Schulze raves about her new office. So much brighter than the old one, she says. The SPD politician, 53, may have been penalized with a dark office in the Merkel cabinet, but she was sure of the public eye as Federal Environment Minister. The situation is different now: the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development often leads a shadowy existence in the public eye in Germany. Of course, Schulze may change that.
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