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Where are the women in the media?
Landecker Fellow Esra Karakaya was featured in a PinkStinks article on the topic of women in media.
Conspiracy theories and threat to democracy in the classroom
On March 15, 2023, Landecker Fellow Nicole Rieber is speaking at an event organized by the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt of the Leibniz Institute Hessian Foundation for Peace and Conflict Research.
Madang at Humboldt Forum
On March 10, 2023, Senior Fellow Hany Tea is moderating a panel discussion at the Humboldt Forum in Berlin.
TRACES films made available to educators across Germany
On February 22, the Bertelsmann Foundation's educational blog Schule21, reaching over 2,000 education professional each month, published an article written by Humanity in Action's Film Team about the documentary project "Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve." From March 7, the three films of the trilogy are also available on MUNDO, the open educational media library of the 16 German federal states.
Founder Dr. Judy Goldstein thanks Antje Scheidler for 22 years of dedication to Humanity in Action
Nicole at the TraCe annual conference "Language(s) of Violence"
On March 3, 2023, Landecker Fellow Nicole Rieber is speaking at a dialogue panel as part of the TraCe annual conference titled "Language(s) of Violence."
Nicole's Keynote Speech at the Annual Conference of Media Education 2023
Landecker Fellow Nicole Rieber will give the keynote speech at the Annual Conference of Media Education 2023, taking place on March 2, 2023 in Gauting, Germany.
Learning from History for German Identity
A majority of German history is told through the lens of white Christian Germans. Walid Malik challenges that narrative and aims to make history more inclusive by deep diving into his family's migration history from British India to Berlin in 1923.