Go into the past, change the future!

Welcome to the decolonial city tour. We invite you to join us for an incredibly enriching experience that will give you an insight into a decolonial perspective.

Our mission is to challenge conventional narratives about Germany’s colonial past by examining urban spaces through a deeper understanding, recognition and appreciation of indigenous narratives, experiences and knowledge.

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

Our team is led by people who have a strong passion for talking about colonial continuities, who have cultural experience and knowledge, and by historians who are committed to change in society. Together, we are committed to recognizing and redesigning the stories behind institutions and urban environments. We are particularly interested in reflecting on how we as a society continue to develop institutions by finding new solutions that take the cultural and historical context into account.

Whether you are a local or a curious traveler, we invite you to join us on a journey of discovery. The Decolonial City Tour offers a unique opportunity to see the city of Berlin from a new perspective.

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.


Content Creator* for Social Media

  • Good knowledge of the common social media platforms (Instagram)
  • Content Creation: Desire to record educational videos in a European language
  • Video editing
  • Interest in history and political events
  • Can- Do Attitude
  • Independent work

City guide

  • Passion for Public Speaking
  • Take over at least 4 tours per month
  • Affected by experiences of discrimination
  • Very good knowledge of German, other languages an advantage
  • Interest in history and political events

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

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

Justice Mvemba, Founder

Languages: English, French, German, Lingala

Fashion, Luxury & Retail Management B.A

Thil, Intern & Tour Guide

Languages: English

I want to promote a more critical and reflective narrative about colonialism.

The people who were colonized and their future generation must know what happened.”

Desmond, Tour Guide African Quarter

(He/ him)

Internat. Security Management M.A.

Languages: English, Ewe, German

Sarafina, Tour Guide

(She/ Her)

Geography B.A.

Languages: German, English, French



Liberal Arts B.A.

Because everyday racism is strongly connected to colonial history, decolonization is important. Only by understanding the origin and the context do we have the opportunity to break down old thought structures and the racism and stereotypical thinking associated with them.

Cristina Ablinger, Tour Guide African Quarter

Languages: German, English, Spanish

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