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10th International Conference

Advance an inclusive and diverse culture of remembrance.

The 10th International Humanity in Action Conference

Untold Stories Conference Berlin | July 1-3, 2022

We are delighted to announce our 10th International Humanity in Action Conference. The conference Untold Stories will take place in Berlin from July 1 to 3, 2022. We look forward to hosting about 100 participants.

The conference is part of the larger project Untold Stories | Forgotten Places, implemented hand-in-hand with our Amsterdam, Berlin and Warsaw teams. The focus is historical and contemporary with the National Socialist regime’s injustices and atrocities as a starting point. We focus on Antisemitism, racism, discrimination of and hatred towards the LGBTQI community in Europe in order to advance an inclusive and diverse culture of remembrance.

 

Our Conferences

Our conferences convene Humanity in Action Fellows, Senior Fellows, board members, friends, supporters and partners to discuss the most pressing issues of our time. They address past, present and future human rights and social justice issues on both sides of the Atlantic. As always, we keep our conferences interactive, dynamic and rich in formats. It features keynotes, panel discussions, breakout sessions and workshops with Humanity in Action Fellows and Senior Fellows, with leading local and international activists, artists, journalists, policymakers and speakers. The conference is designed to provide ample opportunities for networking, developing new cooperations and incubating project ideas.

More Information?

For more information, please contact Antje Scheidler (she/her) in our Berlin office.

Partners & Supporters

This project is funded by the Foundation EVZ and the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF).

The project takes place in partnership with Humanity in Action Netherlands.

The project takes place in partnership with Humanity in Action Poland.

Become a Fellow

Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people confront intolerance and protect democratic values.

01 Year duration

06 Cities

135 Fellows per year