Don’t miss your last chance to submit your pictures for the upcoming ANSA photo exhibition! We are looking forward to your interpretations of the theme “Signs of Civilisation” – show us scenes of your hometown, your daily life or your favourite places in Germany and Africa.
The term Environmental Racism may be recent to some, but the definition expresses a growing socio-economic problem in the climate change crisis. The definition has been the subject of various articles because of the difference in underlying philosophies. According to an approach of the United States: ‘‘Environmental racism refers to the way in which minority […]
In this article, ANSA member Nadine Segadlo tells us about her personal learning process regarding racism and colonial history and introduces us to the organisation “Bridging Gaps e.V.”, which has recently published a new brochure.
Austausch auf Augenhöhe wird derzeit in vielen Bereichen, besonders auch in der internationalen Zusammenarbeit, diskutiert und angestrebt. ANSA Mitglied Martina Osterndorff hat sich dazu Gedanken gemacht, welche sie im folgenden Beitrag für uns zusammenfasst.
Studying abroad is a trend that is valued by many students across the globe. It is believed that students, particularly from African countries and other countries of the global south, at the completion of their study abroad, return to their home countries with a greater vigour for academic pursuits and a renewed interest in lifelong […]
Mitgliederforschung Interdisciplinary endeavours under the umbrella term ecocriticism have in the three most recent decades begun to focus on the ways in which cultural and literary texts represent nature. Why has this been missing? Though the catastrophic imprint of human actions on the environment – pollution, ocean acidification or natural resource depletion – is being […]