Core themes in the initiative's political and cultural education work are empowerment and education for black women and girls.
A magazine offering up-to-date reports on politics, the economy, culture, the environment and travel.
Africa Positive is a German-language magazine featuring current reports from Africa, published by an association of the same name.
This cultural and news magazine is brought out twice a month in Germany and contains reports on Africa and the experiences of the African diaspora in Europe.
The AfricanColours internet portal provides important information on contemporary African art and culture.
This non-profit association is active in promoting education in Africa and promoting education about Africa in Germany.
Afrika-Rat is a network and collected pool of associations, initiatives and individuals from the African diaspora in Berlin and Brandenburg.
An information portal that reports on people of African origin in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
This non-profit organisation creates a political forum between Africa and Europe for information and clarification on various themes.
The Afro German Youth Project is a platform for Afro-German teenagers to socialise and exchange ideas.
As the only licensed TV channel for the African diaspora in Germany, AFRO TV Berlin provides the African community with a vital media platform.
Afroklick is a project run by black people for black people with the aim of creating a knowledge archive.
The German Foreign Office steps up its cultural-political engagement with its 'Aktion Afrika' initiative, launched in January 2008.
The foundation, formed in 2005 by the German UNESCO Commission to mark the world premiere of AFRIKA! AFRIKA!, works to promote art and cultural projects in Africa.
As a federal organisation, the Deutsche Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung aims to promote political issues and consolidate democratic awareness.
The foundation aims to give new impulses to German-African relations, with the focus of its work lying in the area of information and communication.
This Hamburg institution primarily brings young refugees and migrants together in a series of transnational art projects.
The Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin is a centre for international cultural exchange.
Hausradio is a co-production between NEXT and Klubradio unlimited and is produced in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin's Tiergarten.
Germany's Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations is active in promoting cultural exchange around the world, as well as dialogue between civil societies and the provision of information on foreign cultural policy.
The museum aims to broaden the public awareness of the transatlantic slave trade and its lasting impact.
The Iwalewa-Haus is dedicated to research, documentation and education in Africa's contemporary culture.
This non-profit association supports working children and young people in Ethiopia with specialists from diverse fields.
LoNam is a cultural-political magazine providing information on current African topics.
The aim of this registered association is to promote African culture, in particular from the Mano River Region, in Berlin and Germany as a whole.
Oromo Horn was founded in 1985 in Berlin Wedding as a German-African meeting place.
The association aims to foster an exchange between Africa and Germany with the focus on cultural understanding between nations, immigrant consultation services and integration.
The African Courier (TAC) is a bimonthly news and cultural magazin published in germany to report on Africa and the Diaspora African experience in Europe.
This collective of African and German creative artists is active in assisting intercultural dialogue between African and Germany.
This division of the ufaFabrik promotes youth culture and cultural exchange and brings together international and local cultures.
This internet platform, created by Gerhard Haupt and Pat Binder, is dedicated to art from Africa, South and Central America and Asia in the international context.
The Walther Collection aims to collect and exhibit contemporary photography with a focus on African and Asian artists.
The Werkstatt der Kulturen is a Berlin institution that details the diversity of culture, art and group initiatives by immigrants and ethnic minorities.
Zenith Magazine features up-to-date reports on politics, the economy, culture, travel and society around the Middle East and North Africa.