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The "MUTplaner" is out!
Senior Landecker Fellow Cesy has been working tirelessly on the “MutMuskelTrainer” – a radical calendar inspiring anyone to take action week after week in 2023. The planner is now available for purchase.
Screening of "My Father's War" & Talk with Peter and David Hein on November 17 in Berlin
Humanity in Action Germany, NYU Berlin and the Barenboim–Said Akademie are happy to invite you to a screening of the animated documentary "MY FATHER'S WAR" with discussion with the film protagonists, Peter and David Hein.
Prof. Dr. Lorenz Narku Laing - Professorship for Social Sciences and Research on Racism
On September 1st, 2022 Prof. Dr. Lorenz Narku Laing was awarded a Professorship at The Protestant University of Applied Sciences to pursue research on racism.
Cesy Leonard in Veto Magazine
Landecker Fellow Cesy Leonard was featured in the tenth edition of the Veto Magazine.
Vincent's event at the Science Summit around the United Nations General Assembly
On September 26, 2022, Senior Landecker Fellow Vincent Kadiri is organizing an event at the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly.
Hany Tea's Fall 2022 Performances
Learn about Hany Tea's performances in September and October 2022.
Screening of "Two Trees in Jerusalem" & Talk with Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen on October 5 in Berlin
The German Resistance Memorial Center, the Gegen Vergessen - Für Demokratie e.V. association and Humanity in Action Germany are happy to invite you to a special screening of the animated short film, ‘Two Trees in Jerusalem‘, followed by a talk and Q&A with the film's protagonist Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen (in German).
Screening of "Two Trees in Jerusalem" & Talk with Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen on November 8 in Berlin
Humanity in Action Germany, JUMA e.V. and the Stiftung Weltethos are happy to invite you to the special event "Erinnerungskultur Neu Denken - Unerzählte Geschichten aus der NS-Zeit und ihren Nachwirkungen", taking place on the eve of the 84th Remembrance Day of the November 1938 Pogrom, also known as Kristallnacht.