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Monday, 9 October, 19:00
Hauptbücherei am Gürtel, Urban Loritz-Platz 2a, 1070 Vienna
Performance by UÝRA. Discussion with researcher Diogo Andreola Serraglio and Mana Omar from Fridays for Future Africa.
Since the Taliban took over two years ago, Shaahid Bashir has seen his dreams of a future in Afghanistan shattered, and in the end he may have no choice but to leave.read more »
To discuss the oppression of Afghan women by the Taliban and the challenges in the diaspora, the Afghan Cultural Association AKIS organized a conference in Vienna.read more »
The Africa Club is an informal discussion forum for people interested in African issues, EU-AU-relations and African Diaspora with participants public institutions, the African diaspora, civil society, academia and the media.read more »
The workshop focused on the analysis of the potential for easier and faster access to the labour market in reducing the risks of Trafficking in Human Beings and concludes with six recommendations for key stakeholders.read more »
A conversation about the experiences and successes of the VIDC-Empowerment-Tandem-Trainingsread more »
The manual is based on experiences with a gender tandem workshop program for Afghan men and women. The exercises encourage people to reflect on their own gender role perceptions.read more »
At the same time as the 27th World Climate Conference took place in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the changing climate and associated natural disasters were also the topic of a panel discussion organized by VIDC and WIDE.read more »
Monday 28 November 2022, 19:00 - 20:30
ArtSocialSpace Brunnenpassage, Brunnengasse 71 / Yppenplatz, 1160 Vienna
This year with a selection of short films on the theme of flight and war.
The Second President of the National Council, Doris Bures, hosted an evening of support for the struggle of women for equality and freedom in Afghanistan with VIDC and Women without Borders.read more »