Past Events

Antisemitism in Germany never went away. During the Corona pandemic antisemitic conspiracy theories have only gained momentum and are increasingly carried into the public sphere. This antisemitic hate speech creates violence, even before the pandemic: between 2017 and 2019 alone, the number of annual acts of antisemitic violence in Germany doubled. To protect and strengthen fair and equal democracy, we must act – and take decisive action against old and new forms of antisemitism. The...

Online Talk: "Youth Participation in the European Union – making young voices heard and their struggles seen" with Biliana Sirakova

Graduating school, choosing a path to take, finding the first job – growing up has always had its challenges. The fear of climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic have added another layer of pressure on young people’s shoulders. Not being able to see your friends, travel or go to school in person has been difficult. It is therefore all the more important that the opinions and needs of young people are heard and attended to...

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European B/orders along the Balkan Refugee Route and Europeanness

In this moderated discussion we will talk about narratives on Europeanness and the implication of EU border regimes along the Balkan Refugee Route in the larger context of European integration. How have European integration processes transformed asylum, immigration and overall bordering policies as well as narratives on (European) belonging? How do European policies reinforce racism and Islamophobia and produce whiteness through racialized border regimes? We will also explore how new political networks and social movements for solidarity confront...

Online-Event/Livestream: MACHBAR! LET’S DO IT, EUROPE! Young ideas for how Europe can do better. [English]

„United in diversity“ is the official motto of the European Union. The underlying promise: a pluralistic Europe offering everyone equal opportunities, visibility, acceptance, and participation. But despite much that has been achieved, it has always been and still is more of a vision than a lived reality which is now increasingly under attack by populist and nationalist tendencies. As a matter of fact, not everyone has the same access or right to participation in Europe,...

Online-Panel Discussion: “Youth demands on climate and energy in the times of the COVID-19 crisis”

Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic is currently at the centre of public discourse, addressing climate change and transitioning to renewable energy systems should remain at the top of the agenda. The global pandemic and its disruptive consequences for the world’s economies and societies can be seen as a chance to build back better and move towards more sustainable systems for people and the planet. As the generation standing to be affected the most by climate change,...

Online Empowerment Workshop for BPoC Youth in Europe

On Tuesday and Wednesday, 15. & 16.12.20 (7-9 pm, CET) with Prof. Philomena Essed and Tran Thi Thu Trang In light of countless cases of police violence as well as extremist right-wing attacks, racism, in its everyday, systemic, and institutional forms, was given particular public attention in 2020. Whereas the Black Lives Matter protests in the US by far received the greatest attention, also activists in Europe went to the streets and voiced  their experiences...

Digital Lecture: Contemporary racisms in Europe with Prof. David Theo Goldberg

European societies are characterized by plurality, but equally so by contemporary forms of racism that have long lasting links to a seemingly far away past. Racisms are as fluid as the contexts in which they come about, but still appear to follow certain recognizable logics and fulfil particular functions. What characterizes contemporary racisms in European societies today? In addition to observing the effects these racisms still have for people affected by racial discrimination in Europe...

Online Workshop: How to podcast? with Vanessa Vu of the podcast Rice and Shine

On Friday, 13.11.20 (3-5 pm, CET) with Vanessa Vu of the podcast 'Rice and Shine' In this workshop, Vanessa Vu will speak about her experiences and learnings from creating and developing an independent podcast, how to build outreach, find good stories and share general tips & tricks about how to start your own podcast. This is a workshop directed at young media makers (17-26 years old), engaging in anti-racist educational or activist work online, as...

Instagram-Livetalk: Critical Whiteness and cultural appropriation with “No White Saviors”

Recent global developments have shed light on racial inequalities on a structural and broader level, questioning structural racism and (white) privileges. In this livetalk, we talked about why critical whiteness is more important than ever, in which sense cultural appropration is dangerous and what can we learn from anti-racist, educational work on social media. No White Saviors (NWS) is an advocacy campaign led by a majority female, majority African team of professionals based in Kampala, Uganda. The campaign was...

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Past Events 2004-2017

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