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Orientierungen von Jugendlichen im Spiegel geographiedidaktischer Überlegungen
Demokratiefeindliche Entwicklungen und ihre räumlichen Kontexte
Spatial Control, Forced Assimilation and Narratives of Progress since the 19th Century

population. In total, 153 young people participated throughout the course of the entire project. Through speeches, illustrations and debates, the project was able to emphasize the institutionalized racism and war logic that constitute the State presence in these territories. In this context, social cartography was chosen as an instru- ment of struggle by the Youth Forum of Rio de Janeiro. The Youth Forum represents a space in which young people, predominantly black residents of the favelas and peripheral neighbourhoods, can speak up in order to confront the genocide

enabled these countries to reap enormous rewards in the form of raw materials, slave or free labor, military power and trade. At the heart of colonialism were racism and the concept of the ›other‹ who could be dominated and subjugated. Howard Winant posits that »modernity itself was a worldwide racial project, an evolving and flexible process of racial formation« (Winant 2001: 30). In Australia, the depiction of the Aboriginal people and ethnic minorities as sub-human enabled justification for policies of annihilation and assimilation. As aptly stated by Anne

name patron of the street – had commanded the annihilation campaign of the German "Protection Force". There are still about 30 streets in Mu- nich that are named with a clear positive reference to colonial ac- tors, places and events. The Munich Foreigners' Advisory Coun- cil and other groups have repeatedly demanded the renaming of these colonial streets. Counter-Cartographies Create Visibility 237 Layers The Layers offer different approaches to theoretical discourses about colonialism and racism. Colonialism was not a unique event, not a clearly defined era

, working as Course Coordinator for the Bachelor of Social Work and of Human Services degree programs in the College of Arts, Society and Education at James Cook University Australia. He has considerable experience in Australia and overseas of working in universities, with NGOs and in the private sector. His research interests are diverse, including cross-cultural development, community development, diaspora studies, racism, health and alternative health systems, human rights, globalization, international aid and human development. He is also Founding Director of

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lecturer at the Research Group Cartography of TU Wien, Austria. His primary research interests are interactive cartography and the critical analysis of digital mapping practices. Fórum de Juventudes do Rio de Janeiro is a space to articulate oneself and to struggle for rights, especially against racism. The group is led by Black Youth social movements and residents of favelas and other peripheral areas. GeoComunes is a collaborative cartography project in Mexico. Its focus is the support of Territorial Defense Processes in both urban and rural spaces. In 2017

- sorgungsleistungen sowie die Bereitstellung gesunder bzw. weniger belasteter Umwelten in privilegierten Vierteln, wie etwa in gated communities, anderer- seits, werden als environmental racism bzw. als toxic racism bezeichnet (Auyero/ Swistun 2008; Checker 2005; Sze 2007). In Nordamerika spielen diese Phä- nomene im öffentlichen Diskurs eine wichtige Rolle und beinhalten auch die Komponente der Hautfarbe, da Stadtviertel mit mehrheitlich nicht-weißer Be- völkerung wesentlich stärker gesundheitsschädlichen Stoffen ausgesetzt sind als die Einwohner/innen »weißer« Stadtbezirke

Repräsentation Migrationsanderer kann im Anschluss an AHMED als „Figur des_der melancholischen Migrant_in“ (2007: 132–134) bezeichnet werden. Diese Figur macht AHMED im britischen hegemonialen Integrationsdiskurs aus und charakterisiert sie folgendermaßen: „The melancholic migrant is the one who is not only stubbornly attached to difference, but who insists on speaking about racism, where such speech is heard as labouring over sore points. The duty of the migrant is to let go of the pain of racism by letting go of racism as a way of understanding that pain. It is important to