Britain/Germany A Homecoming LATEST
Guardian article from 11 January 2017 on the steps it takes to become German and how I felt about it.
Picture is outside Schoeneberg town hall, Berlin
Ludwig Katzenellenbogen is a 92 year old Jewish man who lives in Israel and returned in May 2018 for the first time to the Berlin apartment where he had lived until 1939, when he fled the Nazis, aged 12, with his parents.
That was my apartment. This is the story of his return.
21 January 2019 My comment piece in Berlin’s Der Tagesspiegel on the wider lessons of recent reforms in Uzbekistan HRW
6 June 2018 My testimony in German parliament on human rights and Russia’s staging of the 2018 soccer World Cup HRW
8 March 2018 German judge takes stand against xenophobic violence HRW
16 February 2018 Time is ripe for broader reform in Uzbekistan My letter to the Financial Times
22 January 2018: Germany's Bundestag sends an important signal on fighting corruption in the Council of Europe HRW
18 January 2018: My piece with my HRW colleague Mihra Rittmann on why the US needs to care about human rights in Kazakhstan
10 Nov 2017: #MeToo: comment piece in die taz on how allegations of sexual harassment swept through British politics