Projekte in Deutschland

Auf dieser Seite finden sich alle News zu den aktuellen Veranstaltungen und Projekten von AfricAvenir in Deutschland. Anlässlich der in Rio+20 diskutierten "Grüne Technologien Paradigma" und insbesondere der in Deutschland beschlossenen "Energiewende" als direkte Folge von Fukushima analysiert AfricAvenir die sozialen, ökologischen und ökonomischen Konsequenzen dieser "grünen Technologien" auf Afrika. Entfaltet die Energiewende auch für Afrika ein positives Entwicklungspotenzial oder wird der Kontinent auch im Hinblick auf die neuen, zukunftsweisenden „grünen“ Technologien einen neuen „Ressourcenfluch“ erleben, der Armut im Ressourcenreichtum und Mangel im Überfluss aufrechterhalten und vielleicht sogar noch vergrößern wird?

Pressemitteilung des Bündnisses "Decolonize Mitte" zum 1. Fest zur Umbenennung der „Mohrenstraße“ in Berlin, 23. August 2014

Am 23. August 2014, dem Internationalen Tag zur Erinnerung an den Handel mit Versklavten und an seine Abschaffung, haben wir von 14-20 Uhr auf dem Zietenplatz in Berlin-Mitte das 1. Fest zur Umbenennung der Berliner M.-Straße gefeiert.|+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Exhibition "Exile Faces" by Thabo Thindi, 25-31 August 2014, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Apartheid forced a number of South Africans into exile, and some sought refuge in the former divided Germany especially in the East. Many returned home after the collapse of apartheid in the 1990s but a number of them still live in Germany today. In... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Opening "Goodbye Sandton, Hello Soweto! 20 Years of South African Democracy and Beyond", 28 August 2014, 6pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

The "20 Years of Democracy" Festival will be opened by a keynote by Njabulo S Ndebele with simultaneous translation into German, followed by a talk with Barbara Wahlster, and a reception with South African wines. The keynote will be... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Concert by South African Jazz Legend Hugh Masekela, 28 August 2014, 8pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Hugh Masekela is considered one of the most important jazz musicians in South Africa. His greatest successes include “Grazing in the Grass” (1968) and the song “Bring Him Back Home” (1987), which became the anthem for the liberation of Nelson... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Screening of "Otelo Burning", 28 August 2014, 10pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Durban 1989: For sixteen-year-old Otelo Buthelezi and his friends from a township, surfing is the greatest—it represents freedom and a possible means of escaping everyday poverty and racism. Tragedy strikes and on the day of Mandela’s release from prison... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Symposium "South Africa: Challenges and Promises of Democracy", 29 August 2014, 10am-5.30pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

On Friday, 29 August 2014 from 10h00 a.m., a Symposium featuring prominent intellectuals and analysts from South Africa and Germany will debate different aspects of the following overall topic: Challenges and Promises of Democracy in South... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: School Screening of "Otelo Burning", 29 August 2014, 10am, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Screening and discussion for school classes with Stefanie Schlüter and Thabo Thindi. Durban 1989: For sixteen-year-old Otelo Buthelezi and his friends from a township, surfing is the greatest—it represents freedom and a possible means of escaping everyday... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Poetry Reading by Antjie Krog, 19 August 2014, 6pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

In her Poetry Reading with the title "Belonging to the Voices Who Live in It", the poet, writer and journalist Antjie Krog focuses on her home country South Africa: living there, loving it, being angry at it, displaying its many voices, ancient and... |+| zum Artikel

Cooperation: Screening of "Miners Shot Down", 29 August 2014, 7pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

August 2012: Escalating police violence during the seventh day of a miners’ strike leads to the “Massacre of Marikana.” Thirty-four workers died and many more were injured. Rehad Desai accompanied the strike from day one and confronts audiences with footage... |+| zum Artikel

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