Aktionsprojekte - Deutschland
Wir unterstützen junge Menschen darin, in ihren Gemeinschaften für Menschenrechte aktiv zu werden.
In den 11 Monaten nach dem Fellowship-Programm arbeiten unsere Fellows in ihren Communities an einem Action Project: eine unabhängige Initiative, die sich auf die Förderung demokratischer Werte in diversen Gemeinschaften konzentriert. Action Projects sind so vielfältig wie Humanity in Action Fellows. Die Fellows wenden ihr neues Wissen und ihre neuen Perspektiven an, um gesellschaftlichen Einfluss zu nehmen - in jenem Format, das sie für sinnvoll halten. Die Humanity in Action Community ist eine großartige Ressource, um Unterstützung dabei zu erhalten - sei es durch Kontakte, Erfahrung oder Beratung.
As her Action Project, Landecker Fellow Nicole is building "Digital.truth," aiming to give adults the opportunity to have a critical look on disinformation and conspiracy theories online. It strengthens media literacy, builds up resilience towards conspiracy theories and encourages the participants to be part of a digital civil society.
Gerrit Reininghaus founds a community housing project “SieMensch”
Gerrit Reininghaus, a 2006 Berlin Senior Fellow, has co-founded a community housing project called SieMensch in Bonn-Dransdorf. The project is designed to house five families and is currently housing fourteen people between the ages of two and fifty-five. They live together based on solidarity, sustainability and personal well-being.
At the Gates of Fort Australia: The Struggle for Compassion and Safety
Public screening of Eva Orner's documentary 'Chasing Asylum' with a panel discussion and Q&A on Australia's harsh refugee policies
UN Meet: MSG & Friends x Woman* Life Freedom
The project was focused on fundraising & solidarity for Woman* Life Freedom's intersectional work for the Iranian Feminist Revolution.
Film festival on Wars in Europe: Did We Really Wake Up?
The festival explored the societal effects of the wars in Bosnia, Kosovo and Ukraine through film screenings and following panel discussions
Continuous Existence of and Discrimination Against Muslims in Germany
A workshop to reflect upon the continuous existence of and discrimination against Muslims on the current German territory prior to 1950.
As her action project, Clarissa Shane started "Foraging Stories", a community-centric project, as a way to connect with the community, preserve plants, and inspire stories.
As part of her action project, Cristina founded the Environmental Legal Education Project (ELEP) to empower people to explore environmental and human rights cases, discuss their effects, and provide legal tools for defending their rights.
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Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people resist intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
150 Fellows per year