Article 3 of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, issued and promulgated on May 23, 1949, demands: “No one shall be discriminated against or given preferential treatment on account of sex, descent, race, language, native country and origin, creed, religious or political views.” How far our social reality is today, more than 70 years later, from this claim, or better: this commandment, is proven by the current education statistics of the Federal Republic: in the school year 2019/2020, the proportion of students with a migration background at German high schools is only five percent, although in the meantime as good as a quarter – 25 percent! – of the German population has an immigrant background. Clearly, one group is being disadvantaged because of its origin, while another is being favored. This is just one of many examples of the fact that educational opportunities for young people are very unequally distributed, and with them their chances of participating in society in the future.
TANZ & THEATER IM QUARTIER
More cultural participation in the neighborhood: children and artists in joint projects
WIR SPIELEN MÄRCHEN
Students of the Gesundbrunnen Elementary School bring their versions of German folk tales to the stage.
Daycare children and first graders play and dance with and for each other.
TANZ MIT MIR!
Dance and movement training for elementary school students with public performances at many events.
WIR GEHEN ONLINE!
Learning, playing, dancing, theater, cooking and more - it's all possible online!
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