News & Events
Stay up to date with the latest from Humanity in Action Germany
All News and Events
Constitutional appeal against Saxon police law
Senior Fellow David Werdermann and his organization Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte (GFF) are pursuing a constitutional appeal against the reform of the Saxon police law. This law currently allows the police to monitor people before they commit any crime.
The World After Corona
Senior Fellow Carolin Wiedemann wrote two articles in the forthcoming book "The World After Corona".
Empowered Togetherness #1
Senior Fellow Hoang Tran Hieu Hanh is hosting an online workshop about collectives on December 20, 2020.
Community Film Screening "Les Rivières"
Senior Fellow Hoang Tran Hieu Hanh is hosting an online community film screening of Les Rivières and discussion with filmmaker Mai HUA on December 18, 2020.
When Islands Turn into Prisons
Senior Fellow Carolin Wiedemann has written and published the article "When Islands Turn into Prisons," about the appalling treatment of asylum-seekers in Europe.
"Getriebene" by Armin Wühle
Senior Fellow Armin Wühle has written the novel "Getriebene," which will be published February 20, 2021 by Marix Verlag.
Working towards sustainable and systemic change: Getting to know Lisa Ama Schrade
Get to know Lisa Ama Schrade, the new Berlin Program Director. She hopes to critically engage with the historical, political, and economic systems that underlie social inequalities in society, and bring people together to develop visions of systemic and sustainable change.
No Deportation to Syria, No Cooperation with the Assad Regime
Senior Fellow Mariana Karkoutly is one of many Syrian activists and organizations meeting with the German Interior Ministers about extending the Syrian deportation freeze.