> AfricAvenir International
is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation engaging in political education and information dissemination both in Africa and in Europe. It's main section was founded in Douala, Cameroon, by Prince Kum' a Ndumbe III in 1985 while the German section was founded in 2000 during his exile in Berlin, Germany. Since 2007 AfricAvenir is also present in Windhoek, Namibia and in 2012 another section was founded in Cotonou/Calavi, Benin.
> La Cinémathèque de la Danse
Archive in Paris providing dance film presentations from its collection, which includes its own productions. No online catalogue available.Rare dance film footage and additional material can be viewed on location.
> Ballett am Rhein
The Ballett am Rhein was reestablished by its director and chief choreographer Martin Schläpfer in 2009 and is now regarded as one of the leading companies. “tanz” magazine voted Martin Schläpfer “Choreographer of the Year” in 2010 and the Ballett am Rhein “Best Company of the Year” three times in a row 2013, 2014 and 2015, “because here meticulous dancing is coupled with wise choice of repertoire, basking in a strongly individual creative spirit in the person of Martin Schläpfer” (Manuel Brug).
> John Neumeier Foundation
The world's largest private collection of dance artefacts and images including a unique Nijinsky collection
> Women Welcome Women World Wide
International women's network geared toward promoting peace and understanding through travel and personal encounters
> THE AFRICAN COURIER
The African Courier is a bimonthly news and cultural magazine published in Germany to report on Africa and the Diaspora African experience in Europe.