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Interviews, essays, reports – in the ifa blog, the diverse topics of the ifa are vividly presented in various formats.

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Jewish Life beyond the Shoah

Jewish life in Germany looks back over 1,700 years of history, which has been celebrated with a nationwide anniversary since 2021. Andrei Kovacs manages the association which was ...

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Freedom of the Press Under Attack – in Germany and Paraguay

The climate in Germany towards journalists clearly heated up in 2021. The greatest danger came from non-governmental actors. The same applies for Paraguay, albeit under different ...

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KULTURAUSTAUSCH. The Title Is the Programme

70 years of people from all over the world and topics that move them, 70 years of cultural exchange. The magazine for international perspectives celebrates its anniversary in 2021 and ...

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A Half Century of Art in a Globalised World

2021 is a year of anniversaries. The ifa Gallery Stuttgart celebrates 50 years, the ifa Gallery Berlin 30. From an ethnographic focus to contemporary art and spaces for experimentation, ...

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Being Indigenous Is a Form of Knowledge

Artist Gabriel Rossell Santillán works with indigenous communities in Mexico. His videos, photographs and books, presently on show at the ifa Gallery, are the result of this work. In ...

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Annual Report 2020: Impressions of an Unusual Year

Societies around the world have been marked by the Corona pandemic. ifa, too, has been impacted, and like the rest of the world, the institute found new ways to bring people together, ...

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Traditional headwear of the Banat Swabians in Romania

Minority Policy is European Policy

One state, one nation, one language? Most European countries contain linguistic and cultural minority societies. What do they ask for from the states where they live? And how can their ...

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Annika Hampel on stage

A Collaboration Based on Trust Needs Time

What will successful international collaborations between universities look like in the future? As part of ifa's Research Programme 'Culture and Foreign Policy' Annika Hampel attempts ...

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Portrait of Amila Ramović

Cultural Institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

What challenges do cultural institutions currently face in Bosnia and Herzegovina? Amila Ramović reveals connections and draws a depressing picture of the cultural landscape in the ...

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