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With its zivik funding programme, ifa supports NGOs with the planning and implementation of projects in crisis and conflict regions worldwide.
In a new study of the research programme Jessika Eichler shows endangered intangible cultural heritage elements and traces empowering practice responding to patterns of cultural imposition.
The new publication series by the ifa and the Nomos Verlag is currently open for submissions of works that examine issues at the interface between culture and foreign policy.
Joining the nationwide effort to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, ifa will cancel all of its upcoming events until the end of April. Information on ifa events outside of Germany can be found on the websites of our respective local partner organisations. Further information about COVID-19 developments can be read on the WHO’s website.
The shining material of a coat, a direct gaze – the portraits by photographer Leila Alaoui put people directly at the centre of the image. The catalogue to the exhibition of the ifa Gallery Stuttgart can now be purchased in our shop.