Diversity Arts Culture
Diversity Arts Culture is the Berlin project office for diversity development. It advises cultural institutions on diversity issues and strengthens artists and cultural workers from underrepresented groups who experience discrimination in the cultural sector.
Landesstelle für Gleichbehandlung – gegen Diskriminierung
The State Office for Equal Treatment and Against Discrimination serves as Berlin's central anti-discrimination office. Its primary tasks include initiating and promoting anti-discriminatory measures as well as the further development and control of a respective infrastructure in Berlin's everyday society.
The Berlin-Brandenburg Turkish Federation's Berlin Anti-Discrimination Networkworks offers free and cross-community counselling for people in Berlin who experience discrimination. It remains in close contact with other specialised agencies and can act as a mediator if necessary.
Clubcommission Berlin's Awareness & Diversity Working Group
The Clubcommission Berlin's Awareness & Diversity Working Group develops concepts and organises activities and training sessions on awareness and diversity in club and festival culture.
Berlinklusion is a network for accessibility in arts and culture. By advising and supporting individuals, groups and cultural institutions, Berlinklusion aims to promote inclusion in Berlin's cultural landscape.
Each One Teach One
Each One Teach One is a community-based education and empowerment project in Berlin. In addition to networking and knowledge transfer, Each One Teach One functions as an anti-discrimination advisory body for the interests of Black, African and Afro-diasporic people in Germany.
GLADT e. V. is a Berlin-based self-organisation of marginalised people. The association is committed to combating racism, sexism, ableism and other forms of discrimination at various levels, also offering psychosocial and psychological counselling.
Initiative Barrierefrei Feiern
Initiative Barrierefrei Feiern is an inclusive stakeholder project for the event and music industry. It bundles the knowledge and networks of participating cultural players with and without disabilities to advocate for accessible festivals and events.
A greener Fête de la Musique
The Fête de la Musique committed itself to being a pioneer in the implementation of local, national and international climate goals. The result of this »Greener Fête« programme is, among other things, a guide (in German) for event managers showing that, when it comes to Fête de la Musique, climate protection and fun are not mutually exclusive.
The sooner that accessibility is included in event planning, the easier it is to implement. Together with the Bundeskompetenzzentrum Barriererefreheit (›Federal Centre of Competence for Barrier-Free Accessibility‹), K Produktion provides event organisers with a handout and checklist (in German) for accessible events.
Diversity Arts Culture
Not all terms used in diversity development are simple or familiar to everyone. Diversity-oriented language is dynamic. It introduces new words while others are questioned and reinterpreted. The dictionary of Diversity Arts Culture, the Berlin project office for diversity development, tries to offer orientation in the context of diversity-oriented language use.