We are committed to equal opportunities. A strong society & inclusive institutions should be the future of Germany.

Why is decolonization important?

Decolonization is an important process that helps to understand and overcome the impact of colonialism on contemporary society. The consequences of colonialism are still felt today and have a profound impact on many areas of life, such as culture, politics and the economy.

Recognition of the history and experiences of people who were affected by colonialism plays an important role. This can be done through a critical examination of the past and a reassessment of historical events.

Overcoming racist structures and discrimination is also a central aspect of decolonization. The aim is to question and change power relations and to enable equal participation of all people in society.

Another goal of decolonization is to open the view to other perspectives and knowledge systems. This is about an acknowledgement and appreciation of indigenous knowledge and experiences as well as a critical reflection of western thought patterns and world views.

Overall, decolonization helps create a more equitable society where diversity is valued and all people can participate equally.


Social Media Manager

  • Good knowledge of common social media platforms
  • Can- Do Attitude
  • Independent work
  • Very good knowledge of German and English
  • Interest in history and political events
  • Decolonial Mindset

City guide

  • Flexibility during the week
  • Very good knowledge of German, other languages an advantage
  • Interest in history and political events
  • Decolonial Mindset

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Your deSta Team



I want to promote the narrative that colonialism has done more harm than good.

The people who were colonized and their future generation need to know what happened so that colonialism never happens again.”

Desmond, tour guide

Hi, I’m Justice, the founder! I am glad to welcome you here in advance! 🤝🏾😊

I was born in Congo in 1991 and moved to Germany in 1992 to a real “cow village”! 😄 Even as a child I was very active, loved being outdoors & had an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. From 2011 to 2014 I studied business administration with a specialization in fashion in Düsseldorf. That’s why I came to Berlin in 2014 for an internship at KaDeWe. And what can I say? Here is my heart, here is my home! I especially love the multi-faceted, colorful, diverse opportunity to live here. There is simply something for absolutely every person!
My 5 everyday highlights: my apartment in the heart of Berlin, my dog, running, fashion & of course lots of history!
All the more I am happy to incorporate many of my passions into my “decolonial city tours”. It is very important to me and my team to impart our knowledge to you in a relaxed you-atmosphere and at the same time to create a familiar group-being, which offers space for questions.

Be curious, be thirsty for knowledge & come with us on the next tour!

Oh, and if you are wondering about the greeting on the home page, I speak Lingala, Baden and French. However, I will gladly do the tour with you in High German or English. Don’t worry. 😃

I believe that we can create a better world for our future generations by educating ourselves and those around us about history.

Facing the past may be painful but is absolutely necessary to create a better future.

Justice Mvemba
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