Projects Photo: Lena May

Explore Culture

We promote cultural exchange between Germany and Cameroon. We initiate film series, exhibitions, concerts, seminars and festivals which involve bilateral artistic production, reception and reflection.

Projects

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Goethe-Découverte

Initiated by the Goethe-Institut The ‚"Découverte" platform  is designed to provide young, talented Cameroonian artists  with an opportunity of presenting their artistic talents and meeting with eachother.



 

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Think professional!

The "think professional !" project gives students in the "Seconde", "Première" and "Terminale" a first realistic and authentic insight into work life through a four-week internship.

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Decolonise the Internet

During its inception, the internet was seen as a vital instrument for democracy and equality. In 2020, amidst a global pandemic and racial inequalities that are very much existing, it is time to ask: Whose stories are told and who is telling these stories on the internet?

African German Phrase Book © Goethe-Institut

African German Phrase Book

Des expressions traduites de différentes langues africaines. Apprenez plus sur cette appli assez originelle!

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Kareyce Fotso & Reiner Witzel

Kareyce Fotso, great Cameroonian singer, and Reiner Witzel, top German saxophonist, together on stage! This musical rendez-vous between Cameroon and Germany is one of the most prestigious in the series of co-productions initiated by the Goethe-Institut.

henrike-grohs_245 © Goethe-Institut Kamerun

Henrike Grohs Award

In memory of Henrike Grohs, the Goethe-Institut and the Grohs family conceived a €20.000 prize dedicated to artists living and practicing in Africa.

Afrik Urban © José Januario & Jude

Creative Cities

Urban works of art, musicians and public performances, fashion trends, festivals and other artistic activities … All that can equally be found in the streets of our cities.

Science Slam Photo: Lena May

Open Science

On 2015 we started the very first Science Slam contest  in Cameroon. Several candidates met at the Goethe-Institut to present to the public their various scientific topics on a funny way.

Kamerunisch-deutsche Geschichte © Goethe-Institut Kamerun

Cameroon-German History

Between 1884 and 1916 the territories of Cameroon were part of the German Colonial Empire.
The Goethe-Institut Kamerun supports acitivities that help to bring more light into this episode of common history.

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