Support a Tolerance-Tunnel in Europe
“Damit das Böse gedeiht, braucht es nur gute Menschen, die nichts unternehmen.” Simon Wiesenthal
Tensions in the world are increasing. Intolerance, agitation and hatred, racism, Anti-Semitism and group-related inhumanity are on the rise. The political-social discourse in our society is becoming increasingly sharp and irreconcilable. We must find ways to promote our peaceful coexistence.
With a kind of touring exhibition designed for public places we want to
explain their causes,
promote and practice mutual respect, tolerance, civil courage and humanity as an antidote to intolerance, hatred and genocides,
contribute to a peaceful coexistence in the world
This project is under the patronage of the Federal Government Commissioner for Jewish Life and the Fight against Anti-Semitism in Germany, Dr. Felix Klein.
This project addresses people during their everyday life: On market squares and in other public spaces, where the travelling exhibition is set up in the form of accessible tunnels. The concept was successfully developed in Mexico (see video) and we have the chance to bring it to Germany and Europe. We are looking for supporters, fellow campaigners and financial means, to promote a peaceful coexistence in our world, based on mutual respect, tolerance and a better understanding of genocides and their causes.
Prof. Matitjahu Kellig und Dr. Martin Anduschus stellen das Projekt vor.
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Prof. em. Matitjahu Kellig:
Matitjahu Kellig was born in 1949 and studied at the music academies in Stuttgart and Munich. In 1978 he became a lecturer for piano and chamber music at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-University in Frankfurt am Main. From 1992 Matitjahu Kellig led a piano class as professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold. Extensive concert tours have taken Matitjahu Kellig to over 60 countries around the world. He is the chairman of the Jewish community in Detmold-Herford and has been working for many years to promote understanding between the religions and peoples of the world. Contact:
Dr. Jarek Nikolaus Korczynski
Jarek Nikolaus Korczynski studied political science and economics at the Helmut Schmidt University of the Federal Armed Forces in Hamburg, where he also completed his doctorate. From 2016 to 2019, he worked on projects with the Museum of Memory and Tolerance in Mexico City. contact: email@example.com
Dr. Martin Anduschus
Martin Anduschus was born in 1963 and studied philosophy and German language and literature at the FU Berlin, Stanford University California and the University of Hamburg, where he received his doctorate in philosophy. He is working as a manager in an international corporation. Contact: