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Activism & Art

In order to sustainably change the law, a transformation of social power relations is needed – and new laws have to be created. This is why ECCHR initiates and participates in legal and law-related policy debates, organizes public events and publishes on selected topics. We also see cooperation with artists as an opportunity to reach people, to heighten their awareness of injustice and to allow for new perspectives. We believe that art can offer those affected by injustices a platform to be heard and to collectively address the legacies of conflicts.

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    Networks & Exchange

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    Research & Academia

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    Training & Co-learning

Projects (7)

  • Institute – Cooperation Forensic Architecture – KiK

    The KiK/Pakistan case in Germany – 3D simulation as architectural analysis

  • Institute – Cooperation Academy of Fine Arts – Justice and Memory

    Memory and Justice

  • Institute – Art & human rights – Exhibitions

    Exhibitions at ECCHR

  • Institute – Cooperation museums/theaters – Art & human rights

    Interventions in the public sphere

  • Institute – Cooperation Academy of Fine Arts – (Post)Colonialism

    (Post)colonial injustice and legal interventions

  • Institute – Conversations – Art & human rights

    Artists and lawyers in dialogue

  • Cooperation – Cooperation Forensic Architecture – Investigative Commons

    From museum to courtroom: Investigative Commons reinvents legal investigations