Network for Education and Culture in the Migrant Society
Our Thematic Areas
Stories of Migration
Human history is made up of multifaceted stories of migration. But not all of these stories are told and heard. Many of them are either unknown or entirely absent from memory. Some...
Racism has many faces, each depending on the specific context, era, history and location. At the same time, racism always pursues the same goal, which is to maintain white power an...
Anti-Semitism is not a new phenomenon. And yet it continues to take on new forms and appear in new guises. Another new feature that characterizes the current discussion surrounding...
Diversity shines a light on the heterogeneity of human beings. It captures the intersection of different characteristics, including religion, gender, socio-economic status and migr...
Empowerment is an important form of resistance against racism and discrimination. In everyday life, many people find themselves excluded from access to social resources, including ...
Colonialism and Nazism spawned ideologies of inequality and exclusion. They also gave rise to the forced migration and systematic annihilation of millions of human beings. This leg...
Language is an important part of human identity. For precisely this reason, the recognition of linguistic diversity and multilingualism is key to the peaceful coexistence of commun...
In Germany, freedom of religion is anchored in and guaranteed by the country’s constitution, known as the Grundgesetz or Basic Law. Still, this hasn’t prevented the emergence ...
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The Digital Media Archive
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The Danger of a Single Story
More about Migration Lab
The Migration Lab Germany network collects and develops knowledge about an array of migration-related phenomena, providing a digital media archive for schools, extracurricular bodies, cultural institutions and civic education.
Migration Lab Germany maintains a strong network of actors, creates an extensive digital media archive and addresses a broad professional audience.
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