> main page                > deutsche Fassung


Trier, Volkshochschule (17 June until 14 July 2011)
Dortmund, Fachhochschule (31 May until 10 June 2011)
Luckenwalde, Kreishaus (9 until 27 May 2011)
Bielefeld, University (18 April until 5 May 2011)
Stuttgart, DGB-Haus (27 February until 12 March 2011)
Frankfurt am Main, Klapperfeld (5 until 24 February 2011)
Cologne, FliehKraft (11 until 21 January 2011)
Cottbus, IKMZ (8 until 21 November 2010)
Frankfurt/Oder (18 October until 4 November 2010)
Berlin, HdD (21 June until 2 July 2010)
Hannover (11 until  21 January 2010)
Potsdam (17 October until 14 November 2009)
Berlin (18 June until 5 July 2009)

DGB-Haus Stuttgart
Willi-Bleicher-Straße 20
70174 Stuttgart

Opening hours:
mo - th: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
fr: 8 a.m. - 7.30 p.m.
sat/sun: 12 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Free entrance. Donations are welcome.

Pictures from the exhibition in Stuttgart:



Events of the exhibition period in the DGB-Haus in Stuttgart:

Flyer with event programme and map as
pdf-download (ca. 4,7 MB).

Sunday, 27 February 2011, 2 p.m., DGB-Haus
Greeting: Angelika von Loeper (1st chairperson Flüchtlingsrat BW), Ivo Garbe (ver.di commission on migration), Marta Aparicio (Volkshochschule Stuttgart, Die Linke, angefragt), Jama Maqsudi (AG Dritte Welt Stuttgart)

Friday, 4 March 2011, 7 p.m., DGB-Haus, R 245
"Residenzpflicht" in Baden-Württemberg:
Information and personal stories.
Refugees tell about their daily experience with the "Residenzpflicht". The Flüchtlingsrat informs about policies and strategies around residency obligation  in Baden-Württemberg and presents his campagn on the occasion of the state elections.

Saturday, 12 March 2011, 10 a.m. – 4.30 p.m., DGB-Haus, Kleiner Saal
Refugees have no voice.
Conference by refugees from the state Baden-Württemberg.
The conference adresses refugees in Baden-Württemberg as well as interested publicy and supporters. Topics will be "Residenzpflicht", placement, deportation. During the political struggle against discrimination the refugees themselves are the most important acters.

Programme of the conference on the web page of the Flüchtlingsrat Baden-Württemberg.

The conference is organized by:
The Voice Refugee Forum Baden-Württemberg
supported by: Flüchtlingsrat Baden-Württemberg, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Baden-Württemberg, Migrationsausschuss von Ver.di Stuttgart


Invisible Borders
Flüchtlingsrat Baden-Württemberg
Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Baden-Württemberg

supported by:

Ver.di Stuttgart
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dritte Welt e.V
Pro Asyl

> up