The DOMiD project #Meinwanderungsland is now finished. In the last three years statements and stories to the migration society were collected and passed on, switching formats were tested, Workshops were developed and our team traveled in the context of a route with a mobile exhibition by completely Germany.
In a participatory process, a new inclusive culture of remembrance was worked on in many places throughout the country.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the focus in the second project phase was on digital formats.
We would like to thank all our cooperation partners for the good cooperation, all people who participated and told us their stories or gave us tips. We would also like to thank all former employees, service providers and interns who have actively supported the project. Above all, we would like to thank Anette Widmann-Mauz, the Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, Integration and Refugees, for financing the project.
The mobile exhibition can be booked in the future over DOMiD as well as some workshop offers. The Instagram channel will be continued and edited by DOMiD. We want to remain here further with our Followers* in the discourse over the migration society. On the website of the project you can see the developed offers, in particular we recommend the collected stories:
Thanks to everyone who made #Meinwanderungsland possible! Every story counts.
Article from Kulturpolitische Mitteilungen (#171), Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft
Dr. Caroline Authaler, Bebero Lehmann: Für eine multiperspektivische Erinnerungskultur: Das Projekt Meinwanderungsland des DOMiD
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