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(Organized by the European Master of Children’s Rights and the German Institute on Human Rights)

The lecture series take place every Wednesday from 4-6PM at FU Berlin (room L116 in Seminarzentrum)

 

26.10.11 – Prof. Dr. Viola B. Georgi & Dr. Claudia Lohrenscheit: Einführung: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Gleichheit und Differenz

2.11.11 – Dr. Reinald Eichholz: Das Recht auf Nichtdiskriminierung

9.11.11 – Dipl.-Ing. Peter Apel: Potentiale und Grenzen einer kindgerechten Stadtplanung

16.11.11 – Prof. Dr. Brigitte Kerchner: Gender, Age Diversity – Konstruktionen der Differenz am Beispiel des sexuellen Missbrauchs an Kindern

23.11.11 – Prof. Dr. Manfred Liebel: Age-Based Discrimination: Ein Thema für jung und alt

30.11.11 – Camilla Nygren & Dr. Juliane Kippenberg: Reflecting Good Practices and Experiences from NGO-Projects about Non-Discrimination

7.12.11 – Dr. Katja Gramelt: Der Anti-Bias Ansatz: Zur Chancengleichheit in Bildungskontexten und den damit verbundenen Herausforderungen für Pädagoginnen und Pädagogen

14.12.11 – Linda Supik: Herausforderungen des Konzepts Intersektionalität für die Debatte um (Mehrfach-)Diskriminierung

11.1.12 – Prof. Dr. Maureen Maisha Eggers: Defizitäre Diversitätskonstruktionen: Hierarchisierte Partizipation und das symbiotische Verhältnis von Normierungen und Differenzzuschreibungen

18.1.12 – Eren Ünsal: Antidiskriminierungsarbeit auf Landesebene – das Berliner Modell

25.1.12 – Dr. Sigrid Arnade: Die UN-Behindertenkonvention: Ein Kompass für die Behindertenpolitik

1.2.12 – Prof. Dr. Beate Rudolf: Diskriminierungsschutz und Geschlecht: Die UN-Konvention zur BEseitigung jeglicher Form von Diskriminierung der Frau (CEDAW)

8.2.12 – Ammo Recla: Sexuelles Begehren und Anerkennung: Queer Perspectives

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A huge programm on intercultural meeting and exchange. Check it out here.

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Theater / Performance / Film / Musik / Literatur

check the full programm on Ballhaus Naunynstraße

  • „Gegen die Leinwand – 40m² Deutschland“ – A Turkish guy living and working marries a Turkish woman which is moving to his small flat (40m²) in Hamburg. His wife is not leaving that flat at all, since he is locking her in there for protectiong her from the bad world around. His wife is getting closer and closer to getting crazy. -> 13.10.2011, 8PM, Eiszeit-Kino
  • „Gegen die Leinwand – Abschied vom falschen Paradies“ – A Turkish woman in Germany is imprisoned because of killing her husband. In the prison she finds herself and gets to know German reality. Due to good behaviour she can leave earlier. But now she’s at a high risk being sent back to Turkey. This includes being put back to necessities which she just overcame. -> 14.10.2011, 8PM, Ballhaus Naunynstraße
  • „Gegen die Leinwand – Lebewohl Fremde“ – The asylum seeker Deniz (a Turk) is living togther with a pakistani and an African in an old constructing car. He gets to know the GErman fotographer Karin, which is hiding him in a farmers house when he is going to be sent back to Turkey. After some while they are forced to show up. Back in Turkey he’s sent back to the prison. Shortly after, Karin learns that he died. -> 15.10.2011, 8PM, Eiszeit-Kino
  • „Funk is not dead“ -> 20., 21., 23.–25.11.2011, 8PM, Ballhaus Naunynstraße
  • „Der Schnee“ by Orhan Pamuk -> 25.28.10.2011, 8PM

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What to do in…

Today I met a friend of mine, and I decided to open a new category on my blog: „What to do?“ is for events taking place in the next days and weeks in the city I am in at the very moment. So since I’m living in Berlin still, it’s gonna be about Berlin.

Why the idea came up? Because we realized that for getting to know a city, information is needed. It’s hard finding informations alone, but, as Eleni and I, exchange is important. So let’s start the new series: „What to do in …“

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