6. African Cultural and Democratic Dialogue

6. African Cultural and Democratic Dialogue

Roles of migrant organisations and local partners in creating perspective for young women and men in Nigeria using permaculture
What are the dreams and wishes of young Africans with regard to improving their living conditions? What demands do we make on politics?“
How are colonisation, flight and causes of flight related?“
How migrant volunteers support refugees during coronavirus crisis.
We want to explore and answer these and many other questions.
The 6th African Culture and Democratic Dialogue will give people from the global South and the global North the opportunity to connect, discuss and exchange ideas. We will talk about various actions that are currently underway and exchange ideas that may help to create perspectives for African refugees in Brandenburg and for young people in Africa.

Among other things, the permaculture project in Nigeria and its current status will be presented by Dr. Titilayo AjuwonDavid Afreh from Ghana will talk about flight and the reasons for flight and Fatuma Musa Afrah will deal with the topic of colonialism and its influence on migration.

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