The German Contact Point for Collections from Colonial Contexts Publishes an Inventory of Benin Bronzes in Museums in Germany
The online network conference “Collections from Colonial Contexts: Challenges, tasks, Strategies” took place on November 24 of 2020 within the framework of Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Its main aims were to present the German Contact Point for Collections from Colonial Contexts to European and international actors, to promote the networking of experts from Germany, Europe and the countries and societies of origin, and to identify and document future cooperation options for the German Contact Point.
The following video shows all short presentations, panels, the opening and closing session combined.
In the closing session, the rapporteurs of the panels, Dr. Michaela Stoffels, Policy Officer, Department of Education, Culture, Sports and Non-Discrimination, Association of German Cities, Dr. Leopold von Carlowitz, former Research Associate, German Contact Point for Collections from Colonial Contexts, and María Leonor Pérez Ramírez, Research Associate, German Contact Point for Collections from Colonial Contexts, presented their summaries of the panels.