All Articles about Migration
Donation Drive: Becky’s Bathhouse Lesbos
A donation drive in support of Becky's Bathhouse, a women’s health promotion center serving refugee women and children in Lesbos, Greece
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.
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
Building Home(s) is a participatory and interactive series of events about immigration and belonging, asking the question of what makes Frankfurt home.
In-Between Worlds Digital Poetry Book
As his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Nikola is creating "In-Between Worlds," a project focusing on young first and second generation immigrants in the US and their cultural production in online spaces. Its main output is a digital audio-visual TikTok/Spotify Poetry Book.
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Melissa is developing Project Civis, a digital learning platform for those hoping to become U.S. citizens. Project Civis allows one to practice for the naturalization test through mock interviews to increase their confidence on interview day, and ultimately participate in the US democracy!
Postmigrant Powerhouse – Diversifying Democracy
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Sujin Julia is developing "Postmigrant Powerhouse" - a platform connecting persons of diverse heritage, especially Black Persons and People of Color, in a digital network. Using community organizing methods, Sujin hopes to build community, power and democratic leadership: For a democracy that is as diverse as its people.
The Glitch Border Manifesto
As his Action Project, Landecker Fellow Christoffer together with artists from various regions will investigate how the EU border expands in time in space due to the EU's increased investing in border technology, and create responses and interventions in The Glitch Border Manifesto.
A Little Background Story of the Colorful Inhabitants of the Netherlands
Since the 17th century, the world has significantly diversified with the acceleration of globalization. With this new era of evolution, mass movements have brought great cultural, racial and ethnic diversity within our communities. Indeed, while diversity reigns over our populations, social inclusion has, on its end, made slower progress. For Senior Fellow Stijn Ettes, the aim of his Action Project has been to educate younger generations on acceptance and equality.
This project offers a solution to one of the arising issues on migrants’ route through the country: their low visibility on the road during the night when they are actively on the move.