In times of emerging right-wing populism and xenophobia and misogyny, we want to set an example. It is our concern to unite people, no matter what culture or nationality they belong to. We want to mobilize people to build bridges and walk with one another. As different as we all may be, we have so much in common.
We want to encourage everyone not only to know the democratic values, but also to live them consciously and implement them in everyday life .
The Hamburg women's and migrant march around the Inner Alster took place on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 2 p.m. on the Hamburg town hall market.
Afterwards, the Kulturbrücke and its co-organizers invited the participants of the march to a dialogue with the exhibitors on the Rathausmarkt and there was a diverse cultural program.
These artists performed on stage at the Rathausmarkt:
Hip Hop Academy Hamburg
Grazia - dance group from Bergedorf
Sophie Sy - singer
Strange but close - intercultural women's theater
Irina Gasoian - singer from Armenia
Ayla Adigüzel - singer
Angelina Akpovo - singer
Indra Afia - singer
Toto Lightman and Bernada Doku with their
children's group, dance and song
Ali Hamze - DJ
Rede von Güler Akter Ulas, Bundesverband der Migrantinnen, anlässlich der Demonstration am Gänsemarkt, am 24.03.2021.
Kritisiert wird der Austritt der Türkei aus der Istanbuler Konvention, gleichzeitig macht sich der Migrantinnenverband stark für die Wahrung der Rechte der Frauen.