1 March 2024, Berlin

Migration and nation statehood: evening of dialogue

1 March 2024, 7:00 pm
Kunsthaus Bethanien

In the discourse on human rights and nation statehood, the fates of migrants, refugees, illegalised and stateless people are at the center of the debate. The discussion evening, accompanied by a performance by the poet Parwana Amiri, invites various experts to share their thoughts on human rights in this global age and statelessness, but also on current European migration policies and possible activist and humanitarian responses to them, with the audience in attendance. An open, respectful exchange with the audience is encouraged.


The evening of dialogue on the topic of migration and nation-statehood takes place as part of the group exhibition "Re:Borders - An Indictment".

More information on the framework program of the exhibition (23 February - 3 March) can be found here.


Program evening dialogue:

Panel Talk 1 

Human rights in the global age: nation statehood and its challenges

Wolfgang Kaleck (ECCHR, Human rights lawyer), Denis Neselovskyi (Statefree), Chiara Wettmann (Photographer and journalist)


Performance by Parwana Amiri


Panel Talk 2 

European migration politics and activist responses

Sebastian Benedikt (legal anthropologist/migration researcher), Ahmad Ghrewati (activist Seebrücke), Valeria Hänsel (migration expert, medico international), Christian Jakob (journalist).


The event will be held in German, with translation into English.


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