The Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, bpb) is a federal public authority providing citizenship education and information on political issues for all people in Germany. The work done by the bpb centres on promoting awareness for democracy and participation in politics. (bpb.de)
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The Federal Agency for Civic Education created the site hanisauland.de, which is a children's website with a political theme. In addition to the main comic of the website, children also have the ability to ask questions about political subjects, as well as a Lexikon. The comic and the lexicon portray multiculturalism and feminism positively, and nationalism negatively.
The Federal Agency for Civic Education organised a public meeting with the German Filminstitute to show the positive side of multiculturalism and that it must be "shaped and lived out together".
The Federal Agency for Civic Education has created material for school projects where pupils can learn about "right-wing extremism" and how to combat it.
The Federal Agency for Civic Education sells publications which aim to combat anti-semitism, homophobia, racism as well as train teenagers in debating "right-wing slogans."
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