Previous Events

01.01.1994 to 09.09.2004
| Germany

Workshop "Experience – Learning – Exhibition: the Concept of a Migration Museum in Germany"

October 15, 2004 – German Association of Cities and Towns

This workshop was presented by the organizations "Museum of Migration in Germany" and "Network for Migration in Europe," in cooperation with the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb) and the German Association of Cities and Towns (Städtetag).

 

Commemoration and Conference "Armando Rodrigues de Sá – The Millionth 'Guest Worker,' the Moped and the Immigration Society"

September 8-9, 2004 – Cologne-Deutz, in cooperation with the Provincial Center for Immigration (LzZ) and the Provincial Agency for Civic Education of North Rhine-Westphalia

More information about the conference can be found here (in German): http://www.angekommen.com/iberer/Doku/Doku.html

 

Conference "A Museum of Migration in Germany: Theses, Designs, Experiences"

October 17-19, 2003 – Cologne Art Association

 

Conference "Securing the Historical Legacy of Immigrants – Germany Needs a Museum of Migration"

October 4-6, 2002 – Center for East-West Relations (Ost-West-Kolleg) in Brühl, in cooperation with the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb)

 

Conference "Migration in Cologne, Past and Present"

November 23, 2001 – University of Cologne, together with the Research Center for Intercultural Studies (FiSt) at the University of Cologne
 

Participant in Podium Discussion "Memory and Participation on the Road to a Pluralistic Historical Culture?"

November 10, 2001 - House of History (Haus der Geschichte) in Bonn, organized by the Provincial Center for Immigration (LzZ) of North Rhine-Westphalia
 

Academic Symposium "Turkish Migrants in Germany, Taking Stock of Migration from Turkey over 35 years"

November 23, 1996 – Essen, together with the Institute for Migration Research, Foreigner Education and Bilingual Didactics and the Society of Foreigners of North Rhine-Westphalia
 

Conference "Europe and Migration"

1994 – Essen, together with the Ruhrlandmuseum