As part of the Global Ideas Against Racism project, we would like to invite you to the third and last online workshop of our series. We will use the method of the ‘future workshop’. The goal is to develop ideas for anti-racism work together with you in a participatory process. In doing so, this workshop will focus in the upcoming session on an implementation phase. Previously, in the first phase, we have collected points of criticism that encompass problem situations concerning racism in different regions of the world. The second session addressed a fantasy/utopia phase in which we developed imaginative proposals for solutions, regardless of constraints, laws, economic and social obstacles. Now we want to elaborate further on how we get from critique to utopia.
The 90-minutes-workshop will take place on 23rd November 2021 – 12:30 am (CET); 8:30 (Seoul, Tokyo) 2021. This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in the topic of anti-racism and in trying out new workshop formats. Attendance at previous meetings is not required to participate in this meeting. We would like to encourage especially people with racism experiences to participate in this event.
Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYlde2vrj4rH9H_aN5v16cXbphuDweRht3K
Time: 12:30am-2pm CET (Berlin, Munich) 8:30pm-10pm (Seoul, Tokyo)
Venue: Zoom (registration required)
Language: All content will be provided in English (without interpretation).
Fee: Free of charge
The Workshop is hosted by Hanna Suh (Seoul National University), Jotaro Kato (Waseda University Tokyo), and Albert Denk (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich). This project is supported by the EPRIE Program of Korea-Verband e.V., FES Japan (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Büro Japan) and Robert Bosch Stiftung.