Stirred Up! – Tasting and experiencing cultural diversity
Get to know cool people, learn new and fascinating things about a foreign country together and eat delicious dishes – that’s the idea of Stirred Up!
At every event, a cooking enthusiast from the respective country stands behind the stove, preparing the best delicacies of his home country for you.
Meanwhile, we have an exciting supporting programme that will make your cooking time fly by: Fun games and nice conversations with the other participants await you.
In a cooperation of Stirred Up, Amnesty International Bochum and a German-Tamilian student initiative, we present a „Stirred Up“ evening about India and Sri Lanka.
On Thursday, 3rd of May, the english-speaking group of Amnesty International Bochum invites you to a screening of „intersexion„, a documentation by Gary Lahood about intersex people. Afterwards the activist Şefik_a will be available for discussions, especially concerning the effect of „genital-normalising surgeries“.
‘Is it a boy or a girl?’ It is often the first question people ask parents about their baby. It’s a question based on the assumption that the world is divided into two groups of people, male and female, and that everyone’s biological and genetic characteristics fit neatly into one of two categories. Weiterlesen
Documentary Theatre – Actors for Human Rights Germany (Bühne für Menschenrechte)
in German, with English, French, Arabic, Turkish and Russian subtitles
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 7pm in Kulturzentrum Bahnhof Langendreer ()
Free entry, donations welcome Weiterlesen
On Wednesday, 19th of April, the english-speaking group of Amnesty International Bochum invites you to „Ready for Boarding“, the world’s first theatrical adaption of the official senate report on the CIA torture program that was published in 2014. Weiterlesen
On Sunday, August 31 Amnesty International and Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HKMV) invite you to the exhibition „Whistleblower & Vigilanten. Figures of Digital Resistance“
- 12:00 – 12:30: Introduction by Amnesty International to mass surveillance and the importance of encryption as a tool to protect human rights online
- 12:30 – 13:15: Guided tour to the exhibition, featuring figures of digital resistance, their legal concepts and motivations
- from 13:15 on: Continue visiting the exhibition or have a cup of tea or coffee with members of Amnesty International
- Dortmunder U (3rd Floor, Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse, 44137 Dortmund)
The guided tour is sponsored by Amnesty International; you have to pay only the entry fee of 5,00 Euro (2,50 Euro reduced price). To help us organise the tour better we encourage you to write to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the event. Weiterlesen
The Amnesty International groups in Bochum invite everyone who is interested to stand up for human rights to join the first, constitutive meeting of our new English-speaking group of Amnesty International in the Ruhr area. We welcome anyone in and outside Bochum who speaks English, no matter your native language. We will meet on Wednesday (20/05/15) at 7 pm at the „Oase“ room 02, Overbergstraße 19, Bochum (Tram station „Lennershof“ – U35). Weiterlesen