Memes-Workspace HateIsNotAnOption

Online Seminar | Referent: Jannes Rupf | IB People being attacked on facebook because of their religious beliefs, women fighting for gender equality on twitter plastered with hate, gays receiving death threats online. Just three examples showing that something has changed online and offline in recent years. The workshop #HateIsNotAnOpinion addresses these issues. We try…

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(Protestant) Resistance in Nazi-Germany

Online Seminar | Referentin: Catharina Koke | KJR-Dachau This seminar is dedicated to various forms of protestant resistance in Nazi-Germany. The history of the protestant church between 1933 and 1945 will be made clear as a first step. Linked to terms like Kirchenkampf (church struggle), völkischeReligion (national religiosity) and groups like the Bekennende Kirche (Confessing Church)…

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Traces of Remembrance in Urban Space

Online Seminar | Referentin: Stefanie Steinbauer | KJR-Dachau In our online seminar we will learn about different approaches of remembrance in urban space. On the one side we will join Terry Swartzbeg through a virtual tour through Munich telling us about the so called Stolperteine or „stumbling stones“ that are inserted into the sidewalks of…

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Don’t be a bystander – encounter far-right extremism and reclaim the digital space!

Online Seminar | Referenten: Michael Wörner-Schappert, Michael Hebeisen | Jugenschutz.net In course of the event the participants will share experiences with racist incidents and far-right extremism online and find ways to act against it. Our starting point is your personal experiences as well as additional examples of current and relevant spotlights of online hate. We…

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Collecting memories

Online Seminar | Referentin: Galina Shamkalova | Förderverein “Collecting our memory” is a project to collect and get insight in different approaches of remembrance according to the topic of the Holocaust worldwide. It is part of the digital lab of remembrance in Dachau this year. We would like to collect as many shared memories as…

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