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Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency

In the following you will find a compilation of information and contact addresses on the subject of anti-discrimination in schools.

Advice on discrimination
Networks and advice centers
(Model) projects
Trainings, project days, workshops and training courses
Other websites on the subject of diversity in schools

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Advice on discrimination

In the event of discrimination, there are counseling centers nationwide that can offer those affected qualified assistance. A selection of suitable advice centers is listed here.

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Advice center of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency

The advice is free, impartial and free of any preconditions. Consultation requests can be made by phone, email or using a contact form. The counseling center also helps find suitable counseling centers in the immediate vicinity of those affected.
www.antidiskriminierungsstelle.de
Advice hotline: 030 18555-1865

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Anti-Discrimination Association Germany (advd)

The advd is an umbrella organization of independent anti-discrimination offices and agencies from all over Germany. Discrimination can be reported using a contact form and the contact details for the member offices and offices will help you find an advice center nearby.
www.antidiskriminierung.org

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State anti-discrimination bodies

There are state anti-discrimination bodies in Baden-Württemberg, Berlin, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Schleswig-Holstein.

Anti-Discrimination Agency of the State of Baden-Württemberg: http://www.antidiskriminierungsstelle-bw.de/
State Office for Equal Treatment - Against Discrimination Berlin (Referral advice): www.berlin.de/lb/ads/
Anti-Discrimination Agency Hessen: https://soziales.hessen.de/integration/antidiskriminierungsstelle-hessen/herzig-willkommen-bei-der-hessischen
Anti-Discrimination Agency Rhineland-Palatinate: https://mifkjf.rlp.de/de/themen/vielfalt/antidiskriminierungsstelle/
Anti-Discrimination Agency Schleswig-Holstein: www.antidiskriminierungsstelle-sh.de

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Funding program for networks and advice centers against discrimination

In addition, the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency supports advisory networks nationwide. Some of these networks also provide advice on discrimination in schools. You can find more information about the advisory networks and the corresponding contact addresses here.

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Contact point for victims and questions of sexual abuse and discrimination in schools and day care centers for children in Lower Saxony

Lower Saxony was the first federal state to implement an external contact point. The contact point supports those seeking advice with an initial consultation that provides guidance on further options for action, arranges suitable contact persons in the regional vicinity of those seeking advice and clarifies educational alternatives for educational staff in schools and day care facilities for children.
http://www.mk.niedersachsen.de/portal/live.php?navigation_id=31270&article_id=107861&_psmand=8
Advice hotline: 0511 1207120
[email protected]

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KiDS counseling center - “Protecting children from discrimination” - Children's World / ISTA

The Berlin contact and advice center of KiDs offers advice and support in cases of discrimination that affect young children between the ages of 0 and 8. The offer is aimed at children and adults who have the responsibility to protect children from discrimination. KiDs provides advice on all areas of life in which young children can be affected by discrimination, such as daycare facilities, transition from daycare to school. Leisure and sport offers, offices / authorities and health care. The consultation is free of charge and can be given in German, Turkish, English and Spanish. Interpreters are called in for other languages. The counseling is partisan - the focus is primarily on the child's interests.
KiDs also advises institutions that deal with cases of discrimination or discriminatory structures or that want to obtain preventive information. In particular, the experience and advanced training offers of the Kinderwelten / ISTA department are included in the advice.
Advice phone: 030-80206323
https://kids.kinderwelten.net

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Berlin network against discrimination in schools and day care centers (BeNeDisk) - complaint form

Discrimination or disadvantage that students in the state of Berlin experience in schools and day care centers can be reported online using a complaint form. http://www.benedisk.de/netzwerk-diskriminierung-berlin-diskriminierung-melden/

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Anti-discrimination officer of the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family (Berlin)

Contact person: N.N.

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Contact point for protection against discrimination in schools

The Contact Point for Protection against Discrimination in Schools (ADAS) is an independent Berlin-wide advice center to which pupils, parents, teachers and all school employees who discriminate at a school or because of their ethnic origin, culture, language, skin color, religion, or Belief, gender, sexual orientation or disability have been bullied, insulted or disadvantaged.
The contact point offers personal advice, advice over the phone as well as online advice and anonymous reporting options for cases of discrimination. The advice is confidential and free of charge.

www.adas-berlin.de

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OFEKe.V.- Advice center for anti-Semitic discrimination and violence

The OFEK advice center offers free individual help for those affected by anti-Semitic violence and discrimination and educational advice for organizations and institutions for dealing with anti-Semitic incidents. Advising young people and families after incidents at school is an important focus of the work.

http://ofek-beratung.de/

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Networks

Various networks actively campaign against discrimination in schools. The networks can help, among other things, in the search for advisory services or further training offers on the subject of anti-discrimination.

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Federal Network School of Diversity

The Federal Network School of Diversity was founded on May 17th, 2015. So far, contact persons of the network are available in 14 of the 16 federal states. The nationwide project School of Diversity campaigns for the reduction of homophobia and transphobia and for more acceptance of different ways of life in schools. Through the participation of individual project schools, their pupils and teachers commit themselves to a sustainable commitment against homophobia and transphobia and for an acceptance work towards LGBTIQ. School of Diversity advises schools and conducts advanced training on anti-discrimination, prevention of sexual violence, gender issues, heterogeneity and diversity sensitivity. The contact persons in the individual federal states can help schools get started as a school of diversity.
www.schule-der-vielfalt.org

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Berlin network against discrimination in schools and day care centers (BeNeDisk)

BeNeDisk is committed to reducing discrimination and strengthening protection against discrimination in schools and daycare centers. The network consists of committed actors from various anti-discrimination organizations, parent self-help organizations and committees. The network aims to set up an independent information and complaints office for schoolchildren, children and young people, parents / legal guardians, teachers and school and daycare staff in Berlin. This should be equipped with comprehensive powers to investigate discrimination as well as sanctioning, in order to be able to provide those affected with the best possible support. In order to initiate the establishment of such an office, the network has drawn up a position paper (policy paper), which is primarily aimed at political decision-makers and in which the need for an independent complaints office is made clear. The position paper can be signed on the network's website.
www.benedisk.de

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Network against Racism in Schools (NeRaS)

The Racism in Schools network has been fighting against racist discrimination in schools for many years. NeRaS demands the establishment of school discrimination complaints offices in the Federal Republic. What is required is an independent complaints office, not bound by instructions, at a neutral location, which works professionally, reliably and transparently according to a specified mandate with appropriate powers.
www.neras.de

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Action alliance DIVERSITY INSTEAD OF UNIVERSITY

The action alliance is an amalgamation of several regional groups from Munich, Berlin, Augsburg, Hamburg, Hanover, Kassel and Cologne on the subject of sex education. The groups involved advocate a self-determined, responsible and non-violent treatment of children / adolescents with gender identities and sexual orientations.
www.buendnisvielfaltstatteinfalt.de

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Network for Democracy and Couragee.V. (NDC)

The NDC is a network that operates in twelve federal states as well as in France, in which young people are voluntarily and well qualified to get involved in a democratic culture and against inhuman thinking. A main field of work of the NDC is the qualification and support of young, voluntarily committed people as multipliers. Together with children and young people, they implement democracy-strengthening project days and workshops at schools and training institutions. The NDC project days deal with topics such as discrimination, racism, flight and asylum, courageous action on the Internet, sexism, neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism, communication and teamwork. The aim of the respective project days is to encourage children and young people to show more moral courage and democratic action. In addition to the project days, the NDC offers seminars, training courses and advice for actors in schools and associations. Important supplementary offers in adult education are, for example, the argumentation and action training against law and qualifications for working with multipliers.
www.netzwerk-courage.de

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Network of non-discriminatory Rhineland-Palatinate

The network was founded in June 2012 as an amalgamation of associations and initiatives for anti-discrimination work in Rhineland-Palatinate and advocates equality, acceptance and self-determination for people and groups affected by discrimination and exclusion.
www.antidiskriminierungsnetzwerk-rlp.de

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Working group for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans * and inter * (LGBTI) of the Education and Science Union (GEW)

The AG LGBTI is a network of LGBTI teachers, educators, social pedagogues, scientists and students who draw attention to the situation of LGBTI people in the union and at their workplace and who advocate an appreciative and non-discriminatory approach to LGBTI people in use everyday pedagogical work.
http://www.gew.de/ausschuesse-arbeitsgruppen/weiter-gruppen/ag-schwule-lesben-trans-inter/

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School without racism - school with courage

School without Racism - School with Courage is a network of schools, coordination offices and extracurricular cooperation partners. It includes over 3,000 schools nationwide, which are attended by more than two million students, as well as the federal coordination, regional coordination offices and 550 cooperation partners for extracurricular education.
School without Racism - School with Courage supports children, young people and educators in actively shaping the climate at their school by consciously opposing all forms of discrimination, bullying and violence. The prerequisites for joining the network are: At least 70 percent of all school members undertake to actively campaign against any form of discrimination at their school in the future, to intervene in conflicts and to hold regular project days on the topic. The school members are sustainably accompanied in their commitment and supported by the state and regional coordinators.
https://www.schule-ohne-rassismus.org/

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University teaches diversity!

"University teaches diversity!" Is a sub-project of the model project "Acceptance for Diversity - Against Homophobia, Trans * and Inter * hostility" of the Waldschlösschen Academy in the federal program "Live Democracy!" Of the BMFSFJ in cooperation with the Braunschweig Center for Gender Studies. It is financed by funds from the federal program and through the campaign "For sexual and gender diversity in Lower Saxony" by the Queere Network Lower Saxony. "University teaches diversity!" Pursues the goal of expanding the training of school education specialists to include the topics of sexual and gender diversity In order to reduce discrimination, such as verbal and physical attacks, bullying, defamation, exclusion and humiliation of LSBAT * I ​​* Q people in schools. For this purpose, existing teaching materials are collected and further developed and new teaching modules are created and to integrate gender diversity as a topic in the classroom and to react appropriately to discriminatory situations in everyday school life. In order to facilitate access, accompanying materials are being developed that provide teachers with sufficient background knowledge without in-depth prior knowledge and that contain suggestions for didactic and pedagogical implementation. The materials are intended both for school pedagogical practice and for teacher training and further education. "
http://akzeptanz-fuer-vielfalt.de/akzeptanz00.html

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Lesbian and Gay Association Germany (LSVD)

https://www.lsvd.de/

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(Model) projects

Various (model) projects nationwide campaign for the elimination of discrimination in schools. The projects can serve as inspiration for your own projects and in some cases also offer workshops / training courses for schools.

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Pilot project "Anti-Discrimination and Diversity in Schools" (ADAS)

The pilot project will be carried out in Berlin from 2015 to 2018. The aim of the project is to set up first local and then nationwide complaint options for people who have experienced discrimination in the school context.
www.life-online.de

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Project initiative HAKRA - Against racism from a minority perspective

The Berlin project initiative offers empowerment courses for people with a migration background. There is also a “protected space” in which participants can exchange ideas and develop individual strategies for dealing with discrimination.
[email protected]

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"Diversity in Schools"

The project of the Jewish Museum Berlin in cooperation with the German Children and Youth Foundation and the Mercator Foundation has been running at three different Berlin schools since 2012. It is aimed specifically at teachers and other educators in secondary schools. The intercultural opening of schools is to be promoted through further training and process-accompanying school counseling.
www.vielfalt-in-schulen.de

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"Active against Salafism and anti-Semitism"

The project has been running in Berlin since 2015 and is carried out by the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Science, the State Institute for School and Media Berlin-Brandenburg and the American Jewish Committee. For two years, 25 teachers from 15 schools will deal preventively with the subject of Islamist radicalization. Strategies and teaching materials for the prevention of radicalization are to be tested and further developed, which can also be used in other schools.
https://www.berlin.de/sen/bjw/service/presse/pressearchiv-2015/pressemitteilung.378977.php

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i-PÄD: Intersectional Pedagogy Initiative

The project aims to promote the recognition of the complexity of identities in education. This involves both the identities of children and young people and those who work with them. In workshops, invisible discrimination is made visible and strategies for action are offered to eliminate discrimination.
http://www.i-paed-berlin.de

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Regional offices for education, democracy and integration (RAA)

The RAA carry out projects that aim to support children and young people in their personal development and to assist them in their school education as well as in educational decisions. The RAA develop learning and teaching materials, offer advanced training and are available to provide advice to educational institutions.
www.bag-raa.de

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SalsA - school social work as an anti-discrimination instrument

The project "School social work and school-related youth work as building blocks for dealing with and avoiding discrimination" is aimed at examining at a school location what role school social work can and should play in the context of dealing with and preventing discrimination in schools. The research results should lead to the development of recommendations for action. The project has been running from November 1st, 2013 until May 2016.
https://www.hs-fulda.de/fileadmin/user_upload/FB_Sozialwesen/ALUMNI/ProfilSozial_Februar_2016.pdf

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Intercultural book collection for primary schools

The primary school Mümmelmannsberg in Hamburg has put together a collection of books for the intercultural primary school together with the Association of Binational Families and Partnerships. The project is aimed at teachers and pedagogical staff in the primary sector and presents books and tried and tested materials, but also criteria for teaching in heterogeneous intercultural learning groups, which give cause and impetus to deal with the topic of "interculturality".
Jelena Antonijević ([email protected])
Sina Hätti ([email protected])

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Nürtikulti - diversity shapes elementary school

The model project Nürtikulti ran from March 2011 to January 2014 at the Nürtingen primary school in Berlin. In the project, teachers, educators, pupils and parents were trained and supported in structuring the school. The central aim was to understand and use the existing diversity as a resource. A detailed description of the project activities and the course of the project can be downloaded from the project website.
http://www.nuertingen-grundschule.de/elternweb/ueber-unsere-schule/nuertikulti.html

School of diversity - school without homophobia

The anti-discrimination project, which originally comes from North Rhine-Westphalia, has the goal of providing information and training opportunities to win over "open schools" as project schools that oppose discrimination against lesbian, gay, bi, trans *, inter * and queer people as well as for use more acceptance.
www.schule-der-vielfalt.de

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my_responsibility - for a non-discriminatory democratic learning environment

The aim of the model project from Mit Another e.V. is to set up an independent specialist and coaching office. She advises everyone involved in the vocational schools in Salzwedel (Saxony-Anhalt). The model project trains students to become consultants for a non-discriminatory democratic learning environment and supports the students in developing school-related projects in the field of non-discriminatory democratic education.
www.mitanders-ev.de/my_responsibility/

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Diversity training in schools.
A model of good practice including a modular kit for use

As part of the Youth MIND Education project, a practical model was developed and tested in schools in four EU countries. Under the title “Diversity Training”, three core topics were brought together to form a training model for school prevention: 1. Prevention of bullying and violence. 2. Promotion of gender equality and prevention of gender-based discrimination. 3. Understanding of diversity as well as respect for differences and multiethnicity. The modular system contains definitions of central terms, provides information on in-depth reading and provides a methodological guide with specific exercises in the classroom.
https://www.spi-research.eu/category/aktuelles/

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Trainings, project days, workshops and training courses

In order for schools to be able to carry out targeted training courses, project days, workshops or training courses on the subject of anti-discrimination, it is necessary to work with professional trainers and educational initiatives. Below you will find a selection of suitable contact persons.

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Pedagogical Institute of the City of Munich

The Pedagogical Institute of the City of Munich is a municipal training center for educational staff at Munich schools and daycare centers and offers the additional qualification "School of Diversity: Interculturality, Diversity, Anti-Discrimination" as well as various events on work against discrimination for teachers and educational staff at daycare centers.
www.pi-muenchen.de

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Phoenix e.V.

The association, which is represented nationwide, offers anti-racism and empowerment training. In the trainings, group work and role-play should enable a joint discussion of individual and structural racism.
www.phoenix-ev.org

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LADS Academy

The Academy of the Berlin State Office for Equal Treatment - Against Discrimination offers a variety of training forms against discrimination. In addition to diversity training, long-term diversity courses, training on the AGG and quality training to ensure the quality of anti-discrimination work are also offered.
https://www.berlin.de/lb/ads/sensibilisierung/lads-akademie/

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Anti-bias network

With its offers, the anti-bias network would like to raise awareness of various forms of discrimination and contribute to their reduction. The trainings work with practical experience and process-oriented group work exercises. Trainings, workshops and seminars on the following topics, among others, are offered: forms of oppression, levels and mechanisms of discrimination, origin and identity.
www.anti-bias-netz.org

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A world of diversity e.V.

The education and consulting organization offers organization and target group-oriented training, workshops and seminars as well as trainer training and long-term advanced training. The approach is based on a practice and action-oriented diversity and anti-bias approach.
www.ewdv-berlin.de

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Education initiative QUEERFORMAT

The Berlin initiative has been conducting educational measures for schools on diversity and anti-discrimination with a focus on sexual orientations and gender identities since 2010. The offers include training, advice and materials. The seminars are available to institutions in Berlin free of charge. Other target groups are day-care centers, youth welfare offices and child and youth welfare organizations. Around 2000 skilled workers and key people are reached every year.
www.queerformat.de

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Queer Education e.V.

The association is committed to providing information on LGBTI * people, which is intended to counteract existing discrimination. The focus is on youth and adult education.
www.queere-bildung.de

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SMART: Education and anti-discrimination work on sexual orientation
and gender identity

SCHLAU offers educational and information workshops on gender and sexual diversity for schools, sports clubs, youth centers and other youth institutions. At the center of SCHLAU are encounters and conversations between young people and our lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans *, inter * and queer teamers.
www.schlau-nrw.de
www.schlau-rlp.de
www.schlau-nds.de
www.schlau-hessen.de
www.schlau-sh.de

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Advice center for intercultural education at the State Institute for Teacher Education
and school development (Hamburg)

The State Institute for Teacher Education and School Development Hamburg offers lectures on approaches in education that are critical of racism and holds workshops and training courses for teachers and educational specialists on the use of teaching materials that are critical of racism and on how to deal with pupils.
www.li.hamburg.de/bie
www.li.hamburg.de/faecher-und-lerngebiete/

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Network for Democracy and Couragee.V. (NDC)

The NDC is a network that operates in twelve federal states as well as in France, in which young people are voluntarily and well qualified to get involved in a democratic culture and against inhuman thinking. A main field of work of the NDC is the qualification and support of young, voluntarily committed people as multipliers. Together with children and young people, they implement democracy-strengthening project days and workshops at schools and training institutions. The NDC project days deal with topics such as discrimination, racism, flight and asylum, courageous action on the Internet, sexism, neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism, communication and teamwork. The aim of the respective project days is to encourage children and young people to show more moral courage and democratic action. In addition to the project days, the NDC offers seminars, training courses and advice for actors in schools and associations. Important supplementary offers in adult education are, for example, the argumentation and action training against law and qualifications for working with multipliers.
www.netzwerk-courage.de

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Change of Perspective Plus - Central Welfare Office for Jews in Germany

As part of the “Perspektivenwechsel Plus” project, the Central Welfare Office of Jews in Germany offers further training for teachers in the form of qualification programs for the prevention of racism, anti-Semitism and discrimination.
www.zwst-perspektivwechsel.de

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IDB - Institute for Non-Discriminatory Education

Discrimination-critical educational work is the expertise of the IDB. In addition to consulting services, the IDB offers scientifically based training and further education as well as in-house seminars and lectures for various target groups in the field of diversity and discrimination. In addition, the IDB creates, evaluates and appraises materials, concepts and projects.
www.diskriminierungsfrei-bildung.de

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Integration project KIWI

With the KIWI integration project (children and young people welcome - culture, integration, values ​​and initiative), CARE Deutschland e.V. is committed to the school integration of children and young people with refugee or migration history in schools. In addition to tried and tested teaching material, the project offers free advanced training for teachers and professionals on intercultural learning and the application of KIWI methods in class and in everyday school life.
www.care.de/kiwi

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Other websites on the subject of diversity in schools

Below you will find a selection of thematic websites that provide information for teachers, pupils and parents on all aspects of school, diversity and anti-discrimination.

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My gender

www.meingeschlecht.de
The portal is aimed at young trans *, inter * and gender queer people. The portal provides information on contact points for advice and awareness projects in schools. In addition, the portal provides a comprehensive collection of materials as well as a lexicon with terms on trans *, inter * and genderqueerness and, thanks to its interactive design, offers the opportunity to make recommendations for media and literature.

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QueerHistory

www.queerhistory.de
The portal provides multimedia learning offers on topics of queer history for the classroom as well as for extracurricular education. The portal is intended for both students and teachers who are interested in queer history and teaching opportunities. In addition to workshops and city tours, the portal provides a wide range of teaching materials.

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Diversity check

http://bildungsserver.berlin-brandenburg.de/themen/bildung-zur-akzeptanz-von-vielfalt-diversity/sexuelle-vielfalt/diversity-check/
The education server Berlin Brandenburg provides a checklist for analyzing the situation at the school with regard to the acceptance of sexual and gender diversity. The checklist can be the basis for discussions and indicate possible need for action.

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Minister of Education Conference

www.kmk.org
The website of the Standing Conference of the Education Ministers of the Länder provides information about the resolutions and agreements of the conference.

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Federal Agency for Civic Education

www.bpb.de
The Federal Agency for Civic Education offers learning materials on right-wing extremism and inclusion, among other things.

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School of Diversity - advanced training for (prospective) teachers

www.queer-education.de
The website offers information for school actors who want to address the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans * lifestyles in schools.

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Media service integration

www.mediendienst-integration.de
The information platform bundles the essential information on the topics of migration, integration and asylum in Germany.

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Anti-discrimination glossary

www.adb-sachsen.de/glossar.html
The glossary includes the central terms relating to the topic of anti-discrimination and explains them in a simple and comprehensible manner.

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Just participate

www.einfach-teilhaben.de
The web portal is aimed at people with disabilities, their relatives, administrations and companies. A separate section entitled “School and Studies” provides information on the subject of inclusion in schools.

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Education server

www.bildungsserver.de
The education server offers information on anti-discrimination and anti-racism under the heading "Intercultural Education". The education server is aimed at schools and other educational institutions and offers an overview of initiatives, institutions and legal framework conditions.

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Diversity media library

www.vielfalt-mediathek.de
The information portal provides those involved in educational work in and out of school free of charge by lending and downloading materials on the topics of prevention and intervention in right-wing extremism, racism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and intercultural learning and diversity.

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Information and documentation center for anti-racism work e.V.

www.idaev.de
The information center offers working materials, brochures and readers on the topics of anti-discrimination and anti-racism and also offers further training.

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MIGAZINE

www.migazin.de
The magazine for integration and migration provides information on current events in the field of integration and migration in Germany and around the world.

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Intermediate shades - materials for diversity in the classroom

www.zwischentoene.info
The web platform of the Georg Eckert Institute - Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research provides multimedia teaching materials for teachers, especially in the subjects of political education, history and ethics / religion in secondary education. The thematic focus is the social diversity in the migration society. In addition to thematic introductions and factual information, there are also didactic tips and further links. The platform also provides information on advanced training for teachers.

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School against Sexual Violence

www.schule-gegen-sexuelle-gewalt.de
The portal offers schools information and assistance that can help them develop concepts for protection against sexual violence.

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Collection of materials to convey Judaism

www.kmk-zentralratderjuden.de
The collection of material from the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs and the Central Council of Jews in Germany offers comprehensive help for teachers to better convey Judaism. Topics are Jewish past and present, Jewish religion, anti-Semitism, Israel, ideas for extracurricular projects and selected didactic literature.

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"Media in School" portal

www.medien-in-die-schule.de
The “Media in School” project provides teaching material on the subject of “Encountering hatred in democracy” and takes up the experiences and encounters of schoolchildren with right-wing extremism, group-related misanthropy and hate speech in the media.

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Portal on education between Islam, Islamophobia and Islamism

www.ufuq.de
Among other things, the ufuq.de portal provides learning materials for dealing with Islam, experiences of discrimination and Muslim life for all types of schools from the 5th grade onwards.

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Stories that Move. Toolbox against discrimination

www.storiesthatmove.org
The online toolbox encourages schoolchildren between the ages of 14 and 17 to take a critical look at the issues of diversity and discrimination and provides extensive information for teachers on how to use the toolbox in the classroom.

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