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21 August - 12 September 2011


Common Future Tower for religious understanding: Guest project at the Jewish Museum Berlin

Nein! Eleven (writing)

© Senator for the Interior and for Sport


21 August - 12 September 2011


Libeskind Building, ground level, Eric F. Ross Gallery


with museum ticket (5 euros, reduced rate 2,50 euros)

Young Berliners from various religious communities are taking a stand for peaceful coexistence and against the abuse of religion: The "JUGA-Initiative" organizes a variety of activities around the 10th anniversary of the attacks on 11 September. On 20 August at Berlin main station, the group will erect a tower from around 200 boxes decorated by children and young people of different religions and world views with their wishes and hopes for a common future.

The Jewish Museum Berlin – for which intercultural educational work has been a focus for many years – will show the four-meter-high "Common Future Tower" in the Eric F. Ross Gallery until 12 September.

Project coordinator: RAA (Regionale Arbeitsstellen für Bildung, Integration und Demokratie e.V.), patron: Dr. Ehrhart Körting, Senator for the Interior and for Sport

For further information on the project, see: www.juga-projekt.de

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