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29.05.20

Dialogue: Intersectionality as the 'new normal' in a 'post-COVID-19' World?
by Wadzanai Motsi-Khatai
A discussion on the importance of intersectionality in post COVID-19 planning and initiatives globally. Hosted by the 'Monday on the Couch Series' from the Bosch Alumni Network.
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14.04.20

Center for Intersectional Justice "Factsheet: Intersectionality at a Glance in Europe"
by Wadzanai Motsi-Khatai
The Center for Intersectional Justice is launching its online resource, the Factsheet: Intersectionality at a Glance in Europe. The Factsheet provides a framework and language for intersectional dialogue.
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08.04.20

Center for Intersectional Justice Releases 2017-2019 Narrative Report
by Wadzanai Motsi-Khatai
The Center for Intersectional Justice’s 2017-2019 Narrative Report is here! Learn about our progress and work.
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press & talk

08.11.19

Against the Toxic: Acts of Disobedience, Interdependence and Vulnerability
by Leena Halees
This panel discussion addresses environmental injustice through the lens of the toxic and the discrimination surrounding its production and circulation, all deeply rooted in historical structures. The Invocations program comprises a series of performances, film screenings, talks and round-table discussions, workshop, and sonic interventions, which bring together artists, writers, academics, activists, filmmakers and musicians involved in this subject.
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press & talk

01.11.19

DICE Conference 2019 | Tossing the Master's Tools
by Leena Halees
As part of this year's DICE Conference & Festival, CIJ be hosting a talk entitled "Healing, Transforming, Creating: Tossing the Master's Tools." Inspired by Audre Lorde's revolutionary declaration, "the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house", this talk explores the critical question of "how does transformation look like?"
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27.10.19

DE-HEIMATIZE BELONGING Conference
by Leena Halees
As part of the DE-HEIMATIZE BELONGING Conference taking place at Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin, CIJ will host a panel on the transformative process inherent to an intersectional perspective in the field of arts and culture.
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announcement

26.09.19

Feminist Scrollytelling: Visual data essays about intersectionality
by Emilia Roig
All you've always wanted to know about intersectionality can be found on these Scrollytelling Pages, a project of the University of Potsdam in cooperation with the Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ).
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18.09.19

Justice for all – or no justice at all: Intersektionalität und Antidiskriminierung in Deutschland
by Henrike Scholz
Das Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ) hat im Auftrag des [Deutschen Zentrums für Integrations- und Migrationsforschung (DeZIM-Institut)](https://www.dezim-institut.de/veranstaltungen/) einen Bericht zu **Intersektionalität und Antidiskriminierung in Deutschland** erstellt. Die Vorstellung findet am 18. September in Berlin statt.
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14.09.19

Networking meeting around the Hijab
by Henrike Scholz
Das Bündnis #GegenBerufsverbot lädt Freund\*innen, Kolleg\*innen und Schwestern\* und Brüder\* ein. Geleitet von Nurêy Özer soll es darum gehen, einen Raum für Austausch zu schaffen, die Rolle von Kopftuchverboten im eigenen Leben zu erörtern und mehr über die rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen des sog. Neutralitätsgesetzes zu lernen. In diesem Workshop sind wir die Expert*innen unserer eigenen Erfahrungen.
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15.05.19

What's up with class?!
by Miriam Aced
"It's not about race, it's about class!" We no longer want to engage in the race vs. class debate and aim to reclaim the conversation about class.
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