Deutsche Antidiskriminierungstage: Was divers macht

Mon, Dec 2, 2019
10 am–10 pm
Free admission, with registration
Tue, Dec 3, 2019
9 am–3 pm
Free admission, with registration
In German and English

Registration is closed.
© Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency

Racism, exclusion, disadvantage: Discrimination is a topic that needs to be talked about. Strong voices for equal treatment in everyday life and work are urgently needed.

From diversity in the world of work to dealing with the new “diverse” gender definition and discrimination in the cultural industry to the UN sustainability goals with regard to women’s rights, equal treatment of minorities and people with disabilities: Representatives from politics and research, actors from business and administration, industry, culture, media, education and civil society come together to identify common goals and to pool forces against discrimination.

Questions of the future of anti-discrimination work play a central role in discussions, workshops and artistic contributions. How can artificial intelligence be used in working life while at the same time avoiding discrimination? How can diversity, equal opportunities and inclusion be implemented in working life? What new approaches are there in discrimination research and what will happen going forward with European anti-discrimination law in the run-up to the German EU Council Presidency?

With a welcoming address by the Federal Minister for Family Affairs Franziska Giffey and other contributions from Naika Foroutan (Berlin Institute for Empirical Integration and Migration Research), Anette Kramme (Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs), Lorena Jaume-Palasí (founder of the Ethical Tech Society and member of the Spanish government’s Council for Artificial Intelligence), Judith Simon (member of the Data Ethics Commission) and many others.

The artistic program is conceived by HKW. With contributions by Black Brown Berlin, Katharina Bosse, Chor der Kulturen der Welt in collaboration with the Berlin Sign Language Choir, Jeremy Wade, audio and video installations by Sanni Est, Erik Alkema and Aysun Bademsoy as well as curator-led tours by Anselm Franke through the exhibitions Love and Ethnology and Spectral-White.

An event by the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency in cooperation with Haus der Kulturen der Welt