This day was a really interesting day for us. We learn a lot of methods about impro theatre, and we act… a lot!
First of all, Kyriakos, our participant from Greece, organized a workshop in the Open Space about Impro Theatre.
He teached us many methods and games about this topic, very useful to work with refugees, migrants, children…
This day, was a sunny sunny day!
In the afternoon, we had the visit of Myrthe, expert in theatre. Her workshops was really inspiring!
We started to prepare a performance for the next day in Museumplain and Vondelpark. This one, using Invisible Theatre Method.
A really motivating day!!!
As a starting point for a collection of theatre methods, here are some links and descriptions:
Feel free to add more 😉
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Here are the rules of the game we played this Thursday.
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“The “World Café” is a structured conversational process intended to facilitate open and intimate discussion, and link ideas within a larger group to access the “collective intelligence” or collective wisdom in the room. […] the focus is on exploring and innovating on themes rather than on problem-solving.The format is principally designed as a forum for creative or open thinking and is not suited to scenarios where there is a predetermined answer or solution.” (
More detailed information about the facilitation method and its principles, see
Here is some video material Lawrence gave us as an addition to the critical whiteness workshop.
Jane Elliott on the Oprah Winfrey Show (1992) about the „Blue Eyed Brown Eyes Exercise“, colorblindness and critical whiteness Part 1, 09:00 min. | Part 2, 8:40 min. Tim Wise on White Privilege/White Club (09:30 min.) >>> on youtube BBC Documentary on Namibian Genocide (1h) >>> on vimeo Molefi Kete Asante: „Decolonising Universities“ >>> on youtube Dr. Frances Cress Welsing: “Survining Racism in the 21th Century” Part 1, 15:00 min. | Part 2, 15:00 min.
Some material introducing the fishbowl discussion method.
Shortcut to a fishbowl discussion >>> A more detailed description
In the context of a previous training we developed a
reader about antiracist methods in political education. Here you find a description of methods like “one step forward”, the “refugee chair” and others.
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One of the oldest self-organized refugee protest network:
The Voice Refugee Forum (partly English, partly German site): www.thevoiceforum.org
protests at Oranienplatz: www.oplatz.net/. You can also view the “ Movement magazine” published by activists of that protest (articles also in English): www.cargocollective.com/Movementmagazine/ International women space: www.iwspace.wordpress.com/ Borderline Europe – Human rights without borders (monitoring, documentation, networking): www.borderline-europe.de/ Action Research Intiviatives Social inclusion & empowerment / Intercultural garden project “Die Gärtnerei” | www.diegaertnerei.berlin/ Borders – historical and current / Theatre project “We are the Play” | About the theatre & performance platform ‘Sisyphos der Flugelefant’: www.sdfprojekte.de/sdf20151213_019.htm About the performance ‘We are the play’: www.wearetheplay.wordpress.com/we-are-the-play/we-are-the-play/ About the project ‘Berlin Bound’: www.berlinbound2014.wordpress.com/berlin-bound/berlin-bound-2/ Education & conselling / Al-Dar e.V. | www.al-dar.de/ (only in German) Work & inclusion / Bakery Bantabaa & Café Varadinek | www.facebook.com/Bantabaa/ – another interesting project: Cucula – refugees company for crafts and design ( www.cucula.org/en/) political action, empowerment & art / “Refugee Club Impulse” & “My Right is Your Right” | Refugee Club Impulse: www.impulse-projekt.de/, www.facebook.com/ImpulseProjekt/ ‘My right is your right’: www.myrightisyourright.de/en/home other interesting projects: Centre for political beauty “The Dead are Coming” www.politicalbeauty.com/dead.html, “First fall of the European Wall” www.politicalbeauty.com/wall.html
Here is Tanja’s Powerpoint about the Anti-Bias Approach.
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