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Decolonial perspective


The topic of decolonization is becoming increasingly important in the German culture of remembrance. This is happening in a context of constant growth in Berlin's population, with a significant proportion of migrants and also a growing proportion of African migrants and families.  This welcome development in dealing with the colonial past Germany and its consequences can be explained by the fact that our present is still shaped by colonial structures.  Thus, the effects of postcolonial continuity are given special attention within the framework of this project.

This will be done by gradually supporting the conception of seminars and workshops as well as other measures related to the topic of postcolonial continuity. The effects of colonial ideas on our present as well as on everyday life should be addressed. In addition, the connection between colonial continuity and anti-Black racism will be particularly enlightened and the mechanisms that make the participation of people read as Black/Africans more difficult on the structural levels will be worked out, and appropriate solutions will be developed with regard to the needs and expectations of the Target groups and actors who will contribute to the implementation of the respective measures are developed.


Our keynote speakers

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July Cassiani H.


Aactivist  and political scientist, with Social field experience- with people & in project management-. Areas of focus: human rights, child sexual exploitation and peacebuilding, with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Joana Noack


Joana is passionate about anti-discrimination. Unless it's dealing with discrimination. She enjoys learning new things, spending time in nature and working in IT.


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Justice Mvemba


founderin von deSta- decolonial city tour:


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Nicole Pearson


Theater artist and activistwith experiencein working with marginalized groups to create original theatrical experiencesto create results.

She is a core member of the Nebunele Theater.


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Daniela Zambrano Almidon

Quechua researcher and interdisciplinary artist with experience in artistic projects and research on Andean cultures in Peru and their diaspora, decolonization processes, postcolonial culture of remembrance, cultural heritage, art mediation and intercultural pedagogy. Master in Art in Context and BA in Fine and Plastic Arts with a focus on Sculpture and Interdisciplinary Art.

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Georgi Ivanov

Deputy chairman of Amaro Foro eV

Amaro Foro represents the interests of Rom*nja in Berlin. Your various projects and our multi-ethnic team guarantee a good insight into the needs and realities of life as well as in-depth knowledge of the current manifestations of antigypsyism.


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