29.11.2021, 09:30 – 13:30 Uhr
Verstrickt und zugenäht. Intersektionalität, Diskriminierung, Privilegien – was geht mich das an?
- Online via Zoom
Intersectionality describes that different forms of discrimination interact and do not always occur in isolation from each other. This approach does justice to a reality of life in which every person always feels multiple affiliations or is located by society in different social positions and can therefore also be discriminated against on several levels.
In the workshop, this interaction of forms of discrimination will be examined more closely in order to better understand what intersectionality means and what influence it has. To this end, it will be important to unravel the tangle of "isms" (racism, sexism, rejectionism, classism, anti-Semitism, etc.) once again.
Building on this, inputs, small group work, individual reflections and other interactive methods will be used for a more intensive examination of privileges that operate in different power relations and also in the field of art and culture.
Finally, possibilities for action are discussed together with the aim of raising awareness of privileges and disadvantages and developing ideas for dealing with them.
Target group: All students at the HFBK
Workshop language: German
Implementation: two trainers from the quix collective
As not enough people have registered, the workshop has unfortunately had to be cancelled. It will be offered again in the summer semester. If you are interested, please contact us in advance at Bärbel Hartje.