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Humanity in Action Germany fosters democratic awareness and societal pluralism through international educational programs for students and young professionals who share a strong and active commitment to the promotion of human and minority rights in their own communities and around the world.
Our programs seek to connect tomorrow’s human rights leaders with today’s established academics, activists, experts, decision makers, artists, and contemporary witnesses. The personal and intensive exchange and the development of independent civil society initiatives set the path to an active international alumni network.
Humanity in Action Germany develops Fellowships, study trips, seminars, workshops, and conferences that bring attention to issues such as human rights, minority rights, identity, immigration and social diversity.
Humanity in Action Germany supports its Fellows and alumni in further developing civic engagement and taking over societal responsibility. The international Humanity in Action network serves as decisive resource for the implementation of independent projects and initiatives.
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