More and more people are migrating. Their reasons vary, but it is known that they are increasingly forced to leave their homes, for example by war. Among them are also people with disabilities and their relatives. How do they experience everyday life in Germany?
The exhibition "Escape, Migration, Disability – Insights and Experiences of Life in Germany" explores this question, informs about the interface of flight, migration and disability and offers self-advocates and actors a place where they can tell their stories and report on their experiences. In addition to an introduction to the interface between escape, migration and disability, the exhibition shows excerpts from the diverse realities of life of people with experience of ecape and/or migration and disability in the areas of counselling, self-help and leisure as well as work and language.
The exhibition is part of the project Diversity Inclusive by "MINA – Leben in Vielfalt e. V.". It is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, Refugees and Integration and for Anti-Racism.
The exhibition is open from Monday to Friday from 6 am to 10.30 pm.