Guiding Questions to our Topics

  • What challenges does the situation of migrant communities in Germany say on democracy in Germany and worldwide and what are the effects of that on building peace and democracy in the global south?

  • What is the role of NGOs, unions, institutions and different political, economical, academics and educational bodies in addressing the situation of migrants in Germany in more effective ways? 

  • What are the available opportunities for NGOs, unions, institutions and different political, economical, academics and educational bodies  to build specialized networks in Democracy, Economy and Sustainability as one intercontinental bottom-up multidisciplinary pattern?

  • How can democracy be built, (re)defined and lived to meet the need for global sustainability and justice as general and climate justice in particular?

  • Who “sits at the table” and whose voices are hardly heard in public discourse and decision-making?

  • How can people be empowered to participate in democratic processes for an eco-socio-economic transformation?

  • The Sudanese revolution in the context of interactions between fighting for building democracy, the situation of economy and Sustainability, and its expected role for democratic and sustainable futures in Africa?

  • How can we design active programs and bodies to foster a beneficial relation between democracy, economy and sustainability at intercontinental level, and how can we from Hannover and Niedersachsen support that?

  • How can we contribute to attracting decision makers in Germany to contribute in turn effectively in supporting Sudan, and how to motivate them to work closely with Sudanese diaspora and the grass-roots communities inside Sudan, in particular supporting NGOs and businesses in the private sector?

  • What steps are needed to awakening Sudanese diaspora in Germany in order to improve the civic engagement in Germany in fields of Democracy, Economy and Sustainability?