Our current issue: Eight authors, six continents, one narrative. Amid the coronavirus lockdown, writers from all over the world write a story – together.
Also in this edition: Why many cultural programmes between China and the West are being terminated. And: The author Sibylle Berg speaks out about holidays in times of crisis and Preti Taneja criticizes racism in the British health system.
During the lockdown we asked eight international authors to write a story together. Chapter One.
A story goes around the world – and an illustrator travels along visually, illustrating each chapter.
If it is ok from a medical and virological viewpoint, we should definitely take a vacation.
The rape trial of Harvey Weinstein is over, the film mogul was found guilty. For a long time the male gaze dominated the arts and it was up to men to turn women into heroes. But one hashtag was enough to shake up the role of women in Hollywood.
When he was 14 years old, Soun Rottana was kidnapped and became a child soldier for Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge, killing dozens of enemy combatants.
How I learnt about heroism by listening to Palestinian fighters.
The magazine 'Contemporary And' (C&) has invited creatives and thinkers from the Global Diaspora and Africa to share their thoughts on systematic racism. C& ist funded by ifa. Go to C& ...
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has launched the Elisabeth Selbert Initiative. It provides human rights defenders at risk with temporary residence and is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office. Find out more ...
Gender and Diversity at ifa's CrossCulture Programme: An interview with Ins A Kromminga. Read more ...