Bambyle is the title of a 2018 radio play that takes an artistic-documentary approach to the process of creating the 1970 television play “Bambule” and the life of Ulrike Meinhoff.
This wiki attempts to map the broad political landscape of antifeminism and thus make visible networks of reactionary actors and anti-human argumentation.
The documentary film project with the working title “Interruptio” takes the debate about paragraphs 218 and 219a as a starting point and works on reproductive rights and justice in Germany.
The online dossier of the Gunda Werner Institute (GWI) looks from intersectional perspectives at state surveillance, (digital) privacy and reproduction in times of Big Data and social media.
Criticizing power and domination, describing conditions, trying to emancipate oneself from structures – terms play a central role in (political) everyday life. Big, multi-layered words like subject, performativity, or postcolonial theory come up frequently and readily.
Not wanting to accept the supposedly normal division into “man” and “woman” – this is what the topic “non-binary gender” and this website are about.
(Queer-)feminist, critical of domination, practice-oriented: These are the three premises under which the collection of methods published by the DGB Jugend in 2012 situates itself.
Queer education since 1980 – the educational initiative “Queerformat” is a supporting association of the educational institutions ABqueer and KomBi and works in the fields of diversity and anti-discrimination with a focus on sexual orientations and gender identities.
Dissens – Institut für Bildung und Forschung (Institute for Education and Research) is an educational, consulting and research institute, a recognized youth welfare organization in Berlin and active in consulting for organizations and individuals.
There are countless blanks in the hegemonic historiography. Many stories that are important for shaping our present and imagining possible futures have not even been written yet.
Over 80 different groups and individuals from Austria, Switzerland and Germany belong to the association – work is done on various fields of social reproduction such as domestic work, assistance, health, sexuality, care, housing or education.
The Bremen-based association Trans Recht e.V. has produced a very informative, beautifully designed publication that is also free of charge. According to the authors, the “Information on Body, Sexuality and Relationship for Young Trans* People” is the most comprehensive publication on this topic in the German-speaking world to date.