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CCP Fellowships 2023

The CrossCulture Programme enables professionals and committed volunteers to experience practical training in a host organisation in Germany or in a CCP partner country - applications for 2023 are now open.

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09. Dec

Germany's Soft Power Policy 2030

Panel discussionHertie SchoolBerlin

Forum for International Cultural Relations

Research, Networking, Focus: In the Forum for International Cultural Relations, ifa offers research-based knowledge at the interface of science and practice from the field of foreign cultural policy and international cultural relations. Articles and interviews provide new perspectives.

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Focus Ukraine

The war in Europe is not only causing unspeakable pain and destruction, it is also tearing apart cultural networks that have been forged with great effort. This is why ifa is committed to continue the dialogue between German and Eastern European arists and to support Ukrainain artists that have fled their own country through various projects and initiatives.

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Ein Aufkleber mit englischer Aufschrift, die auf Deutsch "Jeder Mensch hat Rechte" bedeutet, © Markus Spiske via unsplash

Human Rights need Protection

December 10th is "International Human Rights Day". Yet, numerous human rights violations have been happening worldwide this year, which is why human rights defenders continue to fight for universal human rights - putting themselves at risk. ifa's Elisabeth-Selbert-Initiative offers relocations and on-site assistance for human rights activist under threat.

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Freedom of Speech or "Extremism"? ...

In 2021, Belarus ranked 158 out of 180 countries in the World Press Freedom Index. This article highlights five Belarusian media whose editors or entire outlets were declared extremists by the state.
30. Sep2022-22. Jan2023

Chains of Interest

Exhibitionifa Gallery BerlinBerlin
15. Dec2022-15. Feb2023

The Event of a Thread

ExhibitionCentral TunisTunis
08. Dec

Workshop for African beeswax cloths

Workshopifa GalleryStuttgart

About ifa

ifa – Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen promotes a peaceful and enriching coexistence between people and cultures worldwide. ifa supports artistic and cultural exchange in exhibition, dialogue and conference programmes, and it acts as a centre of excellence for international cultural relations. It is part of a global network and relies on sustainable, long-term partnerships. ifa is supported by the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, the state of Baden-Württemberg and its capital Stuttgart.

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