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democracy
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Written and spoken word (novel, story)
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House of World Cultures

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deutsch
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Demokratie
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Erzählung, Roman)

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democracy, human rights
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Mahfuz Anam is an outspoken editor of Daily Star, one of Bangladesh´s english spoken papers. Anam´s path to a being a libertarian started as Anam was a freedom fighter during Bangladesh´s Liberation War, 1971.

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Mahfuz Anam

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censorship, democracy, Islam
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Written and spoken word (novel, tale)
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Demokratie, Islam, Zensur
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Märchen, Roman)

Der 1937 in Isfahan geborene Huschang Golschiri galt als einer der bekanntesten zeitgenössischen Schriftsteller des Iran, obwohl seine Bücher für lange Zeit in der Islamischen Republik verboten waren. Golschiri war an der Diskussion über die Ausgestaltung der bürgerlichen...

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Huschang Golschiri

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Teresa Ralli
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democracy, human rights, interdisciplinarity, ritual, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (folk, general)
Performing Arts (Masks, performance, ritual, theatre)
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For over two decades Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani has been considered the most important independent theatre group in Peru. One of Yuyachkani’s aims is to promote the creation of a theatre based on dance, music, tradition, masks,symbols and elements from the Peruvian culture. They base their...

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apartheid, democracy, everyday life, marginalisation, people, politics
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Visual Arts (photography)
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George Hallett began his career as a street photographer in Cape Town. In 1970, he left apartheid South Africa and moved to London, continuing to document the lives of ordinary people, including the Afro-Caribbean community in Birmingham, UK. He has also documented some of the key events in the...

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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Albert Heta

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The Living Dance Studio
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democracy, gender, identity, modernity
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography, docu-performance, theatre)
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In the context of an emerging independent art and culture scene in China, the Living Dance Studio in Beijing, founded in 1994 by the choreographer Wen Hui, has been an important factor in the development of new performance forms. The activities of the Living Dance Studio are tolerated but not...

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Crossroads:
Demokratie, Gender, Identität, Moderne
Genre (Subgenres):
Performing Arts (Doku-Performance, Tanz, Tanz / Choreografie, Theater)

Im Kontext der Herausbildung einer unabhängigen Kunst- und Kulturszene Chinas angesiedelt, ist das Living Dance Studio in Beijing, 1994 von der Choreographin Wen Hui gegründet, ein wichtiger Faktor bei der Erarbeitung neuer szenischer Formen. Die Aktivitäten des Living Dance Studio...

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civilisation, democracy, diversity, emotion, everyday life, interculturalism, lifestyle, love, marginalisation, sexuality, Society
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Performing Arts (children & youth, general, theatre)
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Karena Johnson is an independent theatre director and producer. She was Acting Artistic Director of Contact Theatre, Manchester, Head of Programming at Oval House Theatre, London and Artistic Director of Kushite Theatre Company. She has also has worked and directed plays for the West Yorkshire...

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civilisation, communication, democracy, globalisation, humanity, interculturalism
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It is easy to say that you understand the need for pluralism. What is important however is what you do with your opinion. Instead of using the word ´pluralism´, then, I would rather talk about ´interculturalism´, since this word implies an active strategy for increasing dialogue. Interculturalism...

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Dragan Klaic

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communication, democracy, human rights, identity, marginalisation, media, outcaste
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The young activist and IT specialist Jenifer Lasimbang gives voice to indigenous peoples, and believes in the posibilities of the internet promoting democracy, networks and empowerment for marginalised groups

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Jenifer Lasimbang

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democracy, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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Film (documentary, short film)
Visual Arts (object, photography, text, video art)
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Kristina Leko is a prolific artist, working with objects, photography, text, video art, documentaries and short films. Her practice displays a firm belief in the power of art to effect change and a deep commitment to its democratisation. "Art has to have real consequences and I measure the...

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