Museum Arbeitswelt – Beteiligt an einem EU – Projekt zum Thema Migration, Work and Identity Am 1. November 2000 startete ein Projekt im Rahmen des EU – Programms Culture 2000, an dem neben Museen aus Schweden (Norrköping), Dänemark (Kopenhagen), England …Continue reading →
General Meeting in Steyr 18. June. 2005-12-16 Agenda 1. Programmes and budgets as suggested by the board 2. Reports and accounts from the years since last meeting 3. Election of the board 4. Worklab Newsletter 5. Relations to TICCIH 6. …Continue reading →
Editorial Henrik Harnow: Frederik’s Works Industrial Museum Jacob Bjerring-Hansen: Workplaces as industrial heritage INHERIT – a new project Conference: Industrial Labour in Exhibitions General meeting 2005 Download
Minutes of meeting of Migration, Work and Identity partners Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya , 2 October 2003 Present: Myna Trustram Manchester Jaume Matamala Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya, Cath …Continue reading →
This WORKLAB Newsletter No. 6 is dedicated to the conference held in Terrassa, Barcelona, October 2003 which marked the termination of the Culture 2000 project, Migration, Work and Identity. The articles in this issue are some of the papers presented …Continue reading →
Austria is located at a European crossroads, an intersection of developed and less developed regions, and the junction of East and West. The fact of being a land of immigration has not been adequately reflected in Austrians’ self-image. One aim …Continue reading →
For centuries people have immigrated from far and near to Berlin. This fact is not new for many “Berlin old-timers”, because their ancestors belonged to the earlier migrants. Today around 440,000 people of non-German heritage live in the city. Most …Continue reading →
Amira, 15 years Berlin-Charlottenburg, 2002. Photographer: Nihad-Nino Pusija Entertainment – children’s Carnival of World Culture in Görlitzer Park. Berlin, 2002. Photographer: Rais Khalilov Photographic Impressions (July to November 2002) The exhibition invites us to reflect on this question through the …Continue reading →
Moving Lives, migration, work and identity in Manchester’s Caribbean communities opened on Saturday 13 April 2002. Museum staff worked closely with the communities to establish themes and develop displays for the exhibition. Moving Lives uses photographs, people’s possessions, recordings and …Continue reading →
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