Globalisation, the growth of countries like China, Brazil and India, climate change, demographic change and the scandalously high number of drastically poor people all represent great challenges for development politics.
How should governments react to these challenges? What consequences do these challenges have for non-governmental organisations? What should development politics look like in the future? And how, in view of the problems that people are facing in their own lives and in their own countries, can we win local support for development politics and for a future global solidarity? The Welthungerhilfe "Laboratory" is grappling with these and other questions.