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Films about the German legal system

Film about the basics: “Unity. Compliance. Freedom. That is how the constitutional state of Germany works.”

In the film “Unity. Compliance. Freedom. That is how the constitutional state of Germany works.”, central information is provided in a few minutes and in a descriptive way and the basic principles of applicable law in Germany are taught in an understandable way.

The film has been translated into the languages English, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Dari, French and Tigrinya and is available for download in high as well as in low resolution especially for smartphones and tablets.

Film in high resolution and in different languages
Film in low resolution (smartphones / tablets etc.) and in different languages
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Movie about the German civil law: "Concluding, observing, and terminating contracts. That is how does the German Civil Law works."

In the film, the basic principles of the German civil law are taught in an understandable way in three minutes. It is explained how the legal relationships of citizens are regulated between them, what freedom of contract means, but also which legal obligations arise in case a contract is concluded.

The film has been translated into the languages English, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Dari French and Tigrinya and is available for download in high as well as in low resolution especially for smartphones and tablets.

Film in high resolution and in different languages
Film in low resolution (smartphones / tablets etc.) and in different languages
Text to the film in different languages

Film about the role of women in Germany: “Living in Germany means: men and women are equals.”

The short film illustrates the rights and the role of women in Germany. It stressed in particular the equality of rights for men and women, the protection of women against violence in a partnership or marriage, as well as their particular rights in the upbringing of their children.

The film has been translated into the languages English, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Dari, French and Tigrinya and is available for download in high as well as in low resolution especially for smartphones and tablets.

Film in high resolution and in different languages
Film in low resolution (smartphones / tablets etc.) and in different languages
Text to the film in different languages

Film about the German criminal law: “Theft, fraud, bodily harm. How does the German Criminal Law work?”

By way of using examples, the short film illustrates the significance of criminal law in Germany and its meaning for our peaceful coexistence and our security.

The film has been translated into the languages English, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Dari, French and Tigrinya and is available for download in high as well as in low resolution especially for smartphones and tablets.

Film in high resolution and in different languages
Film in low resolution (smartphones / tablets etc.) and in different languages
Text to the film in different languages

Film about the German juvenile criminal law: “When young people become criminals - how German juvenile criminal law works"

The short film explains the basic principles of German juvenile criminal law. Taking the examples of extortion and cyberbullying, it is illustrated which legal consequences these offences can have for young perpetrators.

The film has been translated into the languages English, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Dari, French and Tigrinya and is available for download in high as well as in low resolution especially for smartphones and tablets.

Film in high resolution and in different languages
Film in low resolution (smartphones / tablets etc.) and in different languages