awareness from an event production perspective

awareness from an event production perspective

Tue 02.05.23 | 10:00 - 18:00 (CEST)
online via zoom

lunch break: 13.30 - 15.00
further breaks will take place, but are not yet scheduled

language: the workshop will be held in english spoken language, questions and comments in german are welcome!

Registration completed

about this workshop

In this one-day workshop we will deal with the question of how producers can contribute to fostering a discrimination-sensitive coexistence. Producers stand at an interface and thus have an important role in shaping common encounters. In this workshop we want to look at the possibilities and limits of awareness work of producers.

Through self-reflection exercises, group discussions and small group work, we will work together and individually on how we can integrate and nurture awareness in our work. This is not only about the individual relation to work, but also the personal relation to each other as individuals.

target audience

The workshop is aimed at all producers interested in fostering awareness and sensitization to discrimination issues in their work.

relaxed session

The workshop is designed as a relaxed session: 
You can participate sitting or lying down, moving around during the workshop or using your stim toys - all forms of participation are welcome! Please take care of yourself, bring your favorite comfy clothes, favorite drinks, snacks and anything else that will make participation comfortable for you. There is no need to keep your camera turned on!

michelle bray

Michelle Bray was born the year "Farbe bekennen: Afro-German Women Tracing Their History" was first published, she was born in a small town in West Germany as a Black girl with roots in Germany, Greece, and North America. Questions of belonging and inclusion, as well as an intense preoccupation with the issue of racism, thus played a role in her life from an early age.

Since 2021, Michelle Bray has been working as a freelance diversity developer, bringing experience from the different fields she has worked in to this work through an interdisciplinary approach. Diversity development is more than "just a job" to her - it brings together everything she is interested in and passionate about. It is a pivotal concern, as she cares deeply about both the issues and the people she works with.

waiting list

This workshop has a limited number of participants. If the event is already fully booked on our website, you can contact martin by mail, who will keep a waiting list and contact you if there are any free places.