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Transatlantic "USable" competition highlights transitions

The English Word "usable" means "helpful, practicable" – and it aptly describes the ideas that the Transatlantic Idea Contest USable seeks, highlights and supports. The word "USable" in the project title also alludes to the American source of the ideas. Since 1998, the Hamburg-based Körber-Stiftung, through its USable contest, has promoted the transatlantic exchange of good ideas and best practices – and thereby makes a special contribution to the German-American relationship.

In its fifth round of selection, the Transatlantic Idea Contest USable is seeking ideas and projects related to helping individuals and societies going through change. Of interest are best practices from the USA that would also help people in Germany cope with transitions in life.

More about the competition and information on 150.000 Euro worth of grants: Transatlantic Idea Contest USable