Talk im Rathaus – Hilfsprojekte / NGOs im Wandel der Zeiten

Talk in Hamburg City Hall – Aid Projects/ NGOs in Changing Times

29.10.

We look back on a long history. For 50 Years, this NGO has supported destitute children, families and young people in training. At present app. 900 children in 20 Homes, app. 250 families and app. 160 young people in training are being supported.

There have been many changes here and in India during the last 50 years. We will talk about the social and political changes in India – an emerging nation. How does the medium-sized, privately organised “Patengemeinschaft“ work in today’s globalised world?

CHATSWORTH is the name of one of the Indian townships in Durban where Indi- an immigrants were relocated during apartheid. In CHATSWORTH, Berlin-based choreographer Constanza Macras is interested in showing the diverse ways that the Indian diaspora has found to relate to the intersections of multiculturalism, the global and the local. Traditional Indian dance and drama entangle with con- temporary forms and subject matter. Through the lens of Bollywood, the per- formers immerse into a universe of assimilation, transformation and resilience: the diasporic self.

Details

Veranstalter:

Patengemeinschaft für hungernde Kinder e. V.

in Zusammenarbeit mit Frau Christel Nicolaysen, MDHB


Ort:

Rathaus, Bürgersaal Rathausmarkt 1 20095 Hamburg


Datum:

29.10.

12:30 – 14:30 Uhr

Kosten:

Frei/Free

Anmeldung/Registration: Lorenzen-ulrike@web.de

Talk im Rathaus – Hilfsprojekte / NGOs im Wandel der Zeiten

Talk in Hamburg City Hall – Aid Projects/ NGOs in Changing Times

29.10.

We look back on a long history. For 50 Years, this NGO has supported destitute children, families and young people in training. At present app. 900 children in 20 Homes, app. 250 families and app. 160 young people in training are being supported.

There have been many changes here and in India during the last 50 years. We will talk about the social and political changes in India – an emerging nation. How does the medium-sized, privately organised “Patengemeinschaft“ work in today’s globalised world?

CHATSWORTH is the name of one of the Indian townships in Durban where Indi- an immigrants were relocated during apartheid. In CHATSWORTH, Berlin-based choreographer Constanza Macras is interested in showing the diverse ways that the Indian diaspora has found to relate to the intersections of multiculturalism, the global and the local. Traditional Indian dance and drama entangle with con- temporary forms and subject matter. Through the lens of Bollywood, the per- formers immerse into a universe of assimilation, transformation and resilience: the diasporic self.

Details

Veranstalter:

Patengemeinschaft für hungernde Kinder e. V.

in Zusammenarbeit mit Frau Christel Nicolaysen, MDHB


Ort:

Rathaus Bürgersaal Rathausmarkt 1 20095 Hamburg


Datum:

29.10.

12:30 – 14:30 Uhr

Kosten:

Frei/Free

Anmeldung/Registration: Lorenzen-ulrike@web.de