Frequencies. Sharing Feminisms
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Accessibility is considered a vital aspect of a sensitive environment and equal participation at the festival. Our festival team has been trained in this regard by experts of their own experiences in order to best understand and accommodate the needs of our visitors with disabilities.
There will also be an awareness team on duty at the festival so that all visitors can feel safe and comfortable. The Goethe-Institut opposes all forms of discrimination and does not condone any relativization of it. If you observe or experience a discriminatory incident yourself, please contact our awareness team.
A trained awareness team is on duty at the festival so that all visitors can feel comfortable. You can recognize the awareness team by their coloured jackets or find them at the information point. If you have any questions or individual concerns, you can contact our awareness team prior to the festival or on site by phone or via WhatsApp: 0049 1573 879 5555
In case of an emergency or if you need support in a conflict situation, you can also approach any festival staff member and they will call the awareness team directly.
Registration and accompanying persons
Entry to the festival is free, but registration is obligatory. Click here for registration
As a holder of a disabled person’s pass, you may bring an accompanying person of your choice. The accompanying person is not required to register separately for the festival. If you have any problems with registration, please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
Provision for people with visual impairment
Our website was designed according to WCAG guidelines and meets the minimum requirements for screen reader users. Image descriptions for graphic elements have been provided wherever possible. However, if you find any information on our website or social media channels that is not accessible to you, please contact us. Information on accessible travel to the festival can be found under “Accessible travel to the festival”. Please also feel free to telephone our service team prior to the festival with any enquiries about accessible travel options: 0049 1573 879 5555
Our mobile service team offers blind and visually impaired visitors a pick-up service from the nearest stations Senefelderplatz and Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. If you require this service, please contact us 48 hours before the festival:
Phone: 0049 1573 879 5555
Bringing assistance dogs
Certified assistance dogs and guide dogs for the blind are of course welcome. Water for your four-legged companions is available at the meeting point.
Information in plain language
Communication assistance in plain language is also available at the festival. This will help you to understand the programme and the workshops. Please ask the staff at the entrance or our awareness team at the information point.
Sign language provision
Part of our programme will be translated into German Sign Language. This is marked by a corresponding symbol in our programme overview: Timetable
If you require further communication assistance in sign language, please contact our awareness team.
The disabled parking spaces are located in the inner courtyard of the “Pfefferbett” rear building. Vehicular access to the car park is via Christinenstraße 18–19.
We have assessed the accessibility of the festival site together with experts from Initiative Barrierefrei Feiern. All public and social areas have been classified as wheelchair accessible. If you require assistance on site due to mobility restrictions, please contact our awareness team.
Children and babies are also welcome on the festival site! However, we would like to point out that the festival is primarily aimed at adults and that there are no special events programmed for children. Free childcare for children aged 3-10 years is available on the Pfefferberg area. On Friday, 20.05., and Saturday, 21.05., both from 10:45 am to 7:45 pm, caregivers of the agency Kinderzeit will look after your child (in small groups of maximum 10 children). The number of places is limited, therefore we ask for a prior and binding registration and a selection of your desired time slot(s). Parents with disabilities can contact our awareness team if they require support.