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Events January 2009
20.01.2009
(16:00)
The Inaugeration of US President Obama. A Moment of Change? The Significance of President Obama’s Presidency for Germany and Africa
Dr. Uschi Eid, Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN, parlamentarische Staatssekretärin im Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung a.D.
S.E. Herr Makase Nyaphisi, Botschafter des Königreichs Lesotho
S.E. Abdul Bin Rimdap, Botschafter der Bundesrepublik Nigeria
Podium Discussion
20.01.2009
(19:00)
The Inaugeration of US President Obama. A Moment of Change? The Significance of President Obama’s Presidency for the African Diaspora
Ludovic Dakossi, Kulturattaché der Botschaft von Benin
Yvonne Frazier, Opernsängerin
Jeannine Kantara, Journalistin und Mitbegründerin der Initiative Schwarzer Deutscher (ISD)
Christoph Lanz, Direktor Deutsche Welle TV
Prof. Charles Yankah, Präsident African Cultural Institute
Pastor Frank Williams, Protestant Faith Fellowship Church
Podium Discussion
20.01.2009
(20:00)
Inaugeration Musical Celebration with Jazz and Rhythm & Blues
Ray Blue - Tenor/Baritone and Soprano Saxophones
Gary Wiggins - Tenor Saxophone
Reggie Moore - Piano
Nina Hill - Vocals
Max Hughes - Bass
Eddie DeJean - Drums
J.C. Drook - Guitar
Concert
23rd January – 30th June City West - Potenziale, Leitlinien, Maßnahmen
An exhibition detailing the development of Berlin’s historic City West from the Berlin Senatverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung
Exhibition
20th January – 28th February Black History Month in Berlin 2009
A series of 14 events exploring the influence of the African Diaspora in Germany
Event Series
26.01.2009 (15:30) What Do We Mean by Citizenship and Integration?
Franziska Giffey,  Europe-delegate of the Berlin  disctrict Neukölln, and Ercan Karakoyun,  Chairman of the Forum für Interkulturellen Dialog Berlin
Seminar
27.01.2009 (11:00) Turkish Identity in the German Context
Amb. Ali Ahmet Acet, Turkish Ambassador to Germany
 
Tuesday, 27th January (16:00) German Citizenship and Integration
Dr. Gökçe Yurdakul, Professor of Diversity and Social Conflict, Humboldt University
Seminar