Nikki Motson

producer, Studio Berlin

Producer

Nikki Motson on KCRW

Despite laws to close the gender pay gap, Germany’s gap remains one of the largest among all EU countries.

Facing the gender pay gap in Germany

Despite laws to close the gender pay gap, Germany’s gap remains one of the largest among all EU countries.

from Studio Berlin

It’s being called Europe’s “man on the moon moment”: The European Green Deal is Europe’s ambitious plan to become the world’s first climate neutral continent.

Unpicking the European Green Deal

It’s being called Europe’s “man on the moon moment”: The European Green Deal is Europe’s ambitious plan to become the world’s first climate neutral continent.

from Studio Berlin

Germany’s homeless population has increased by more than 4% over the previous year. What’s the reason behind it and what can authorities do to address the issue?

Homelessness in Berlin and Germany

Germany’s homeless population has increased by more than 4% over the previous year. What’s the reason behind it and what can authorities do to address the issue?

from Studio Berlin

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