All events at a glance

July

Presentation of a study Thursday, 25. July 2019 /
Nairobi
Stories of Small Scale Renewable Energy Entrepreneurs in Kenya
Discussion Thursday, 25. July 2019 /
Cape Town
Working at the crossroads of religion & sexual and gender rights

Join us in conversation at this project launch. A discussion paper will be presented, followed by an engagement with panelists Pharie Sefali, Muhsin Hendricks and Ecclesia de Lange, moderated by Melanie Judge.

Monday, 29. July 2019 – Sunday, 04. August 2019 /
Amman
"Our Cities Our Future: Civic Engagement in Sustainable Urban Development"

The Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, represented through its offices in Palestine, Lebanon, Tunisia and Morocco, welcomes applicants from Arab countries in the Middle East and North Africa to apply for the 7th Regional Summer School, that will take place between July 29th – August 4th, 2019, in Amman, Jordan.

Forum Monday, 29. July 2019 and more
Taita Taveta County

August

Forum Thursday, 08. August 2019 /
New Delhi
Gender concerns and representation of women in general elections
Symposium Saturday, 10. August 2019 – Sunday, 11. August 2019 /
Berlin

Curated by Daniela Seitz and Anja Weigl of Creamcake and Gala Rexer, the third “<Interrupted =“Cyfem and Queer>“ conference giving its digital queer community the space it needs to share a much-needed voice. The third experimental symposium of “<Interrupted =“Cyfem and Queer>“ is a day and night-long series of conversations, brainstorming sessions, panels, lectures and performances dedicated to broadening the discourse around digital space.

Friday, 30. August 2019

Ettijahat in collaboration with Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Middle East, and American University of Beirut (AUB) invites you to the 3rd edition of the Open Day Around Cultural Research.

Friday, 30. August 2019 /
Nairobi

To commemorate the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances on Friday 30th August 2019, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Nairobi Office, has organised an  art exhibition on; Enforced Disappearances and Extra-judicial Executions in Kenya.

September

Wednesday, 04. September 2019 – Saturday, 07. September 2019
Marseille

During the three-day Congress, 75 selected participants from across Europe will have the opportunity to come together and take advantage of different panels and interactive workshops. Panel debates and workshops at the congress are going to evolve around the strategies and experiences with fighting for climate and democracy in Europe and beyond. 

Conference Tuesday, 10. September 2019 /
Brussels
The Sustainable Future of the CAP
Discussion Thursday, 12. September 2019 /
Belgrade
A Green European Deal for Serbia?

What are the reasons for the Green wave in Europe? How do we translate Green policies into the context of the Western Balkans? Is energy transition an expense or an investment?

Discussion evening Saturday, 14. September 2019 /
Brussels
The Insurgent Power of the Commons
Conference Tuesday, 17. September 2019 – Wednesday, 18. September 2019 /
Prague
Meaning of Democracy after 1989
Thursday, 26. September 2019 – Thursday, 24. October 2019
An Exhibition by Sandra Schäfer

From 2014 to 2016, German researcher and artist Sandra Schäfer conducted extensive on-site research surrounding intersections of architecture and geopolitical spaces. This research resulted in two large-scale video-installations, Mleeta (2016) and Constructed Futures: Haret Hreik (2017).

Talk Friday, 27. September 2019

Which role does architecture and urban planning play in a logic of brief intervals of warlessness? 

October

Tuesday, 01. October 2019 /
Nairobi
The Silence on Sexual Harassment in Kenya
Panel discussion Thursday, 03. October 2019 /
Brussels
Strategies Against Anti-Equality Movements in the EU

The Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung European Union and the Gunda Werner Institute are pleased to invite you to a discussion on the backlash against gender equality movements in the EU.

Panel discussion Thursday, 03. October 2019 /
Brussels
Strategies against anti-equality movements in the EU
Conference Friday, 04. October 2019 – Saturday, 05. October 2019
"Democratisation of Palestinian Politics as a Basis for Rebuilding the National Project"
Friday, 04. October 2019 /
Nairobi
Kenya Arts Diary 2020
Friday, 11. October 2019 – Saturday, 12. October 2019
FEMINIST ECOLOGIES: Highlighting Women’s Participation in Environmental Activism
Conference Tuesday, 15. October 2019 /
Brussels
How to fund a Green New Deal for Europe
Film presentation and talk Tuesday, 15. October 2019 /
Berlin
Filmmakers from Afghanistan on the run. Their personal escape to a safe refuge in Germany

When the Taliban puts a bounty on Afghan director Hassan Fazili’s head, he is forced to flee with his wife and two young daughters. Capturing their uncertain journey, Fazili shows firsthand the dangers facing refugees seeking asylum and the love shared between a family on the run.

Tuesday, 15. October 2019 – Friday, 18. October 2019
Friday, 18. October 2019 – Sunday, 20. October 2019 /
Nairobi
"Dialogue: Sharing our stories and building hope"

This years event will showcase: 

-Discussion forums

-Exhibition and mural project ongoing

-Photography exhibition in the CheChe Gallery

-Poetry ( Suugaanta/ Gabayo, Maanso)

-Book Fair 

-Crafts for Sale by Women’s groups

-Interactive Storytelling performance by Zamaleo and Awjama Storytellers

Panel discussion Monday, 21. October 2019 /
Berlin
On migration policy, the reality of counselling and the situation in countries of origin
Lecture Wednesday, 23. October 2019
Inclusion, Intersectionality and Sustainability

Based on expert interviews with academics who have been leading such efforts for gender mainstreaming in universities and the evaluation of a workshop on gender equality in higher education which took place in Istanbul in November 2018, the guest lecture sheds light onto the structure and format of institutional transformation processes in universities.

Panel discussion Thursday, 24. October 2019 /
Berlin
Activists from Egypt, Syria and Tunisia on countering the backlashes against equality

Activists from Egypt, Syria and Tunisia on countering the backlashes against equality.

November

Panel discussion Tuesday, 05. November 2019 /
Nairobi
Modern Day Slavery: Human Trafficking in Kenya

Gender plays a huge role in the way that trafficking occurs with numbers showing that women and girls being the most affected groups.

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