February 1st to May 5th, 2019
exhibition opening: January, 31st, 2019, 07:00 p.m.
FHXB Museum, 2nd floor
Taking Berlin as an example, the exhibition shows how racist orders prevent children, young people and even teachers from equal participation in schooling. It will focus on the historical and legal conditions connected to this situation and how the affected pupils, their parents, teachers and entire communities deal with them.
The exhibition is the result of the collaborative research and exhibition project "Passport Control. Living without Papers in the Past and Present". It is being carried out in cooperation with the Alice Salomon University of Applied science Berlin, the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Association for intercultural Work-VIA-Regional Association Berlin/Brandenburg e.V./the RomaniPhen Archive, the FHXB-Museum, the IniRromnja, International Women Space and the association Youth without Borders. The project is financed by the Institute for Applied Research. More about the project at: http://www.ifaf-berlin.de/uploads/media/ifaf_passkontrolle_expose.pdf