Here you can find information about your travel to Munich, how to reach the venues and our awareness concept.


Travelling by Public Transport

Monacensia in the Hildebrandhaus

From Munich Central Station, take the subway line U4 (direction Arabellapark) or U5 (direction Neuperlach Süd) to the stop Max-Weber-Platz. Here you change to tram line 37 (direction St. Emmeram) and get off at the stop Holbeinstraße. From there it is a walk of about 250 meters to the Monacensia in the Hildebrandhaus at Maria-Theresia-Straße 23.
Alternatively, you can take the U4 underground line one stop further to Prinzregentenplatz and walk about 1 km (10-15 minutes) from there.

Kulturzentrum LUISE

From Munich Central Station, take subway line U1 (direction Mangfallplatz) or U2 (direction Messestadt Ost) to the station Sendlinger Tor. Change here to subway line U3 (direction Fürstenried West) or U6 (direction Klinikum Großhadern) and get off at Poccistraße. Use the staircase or elevator in the direction of travel. From there it is a 5 minute walk to the LUISE cultural center at Ruppertstraße 5.

MVV Tickets

or the routes Central Station-Monacensia or Central Station-Kulturzentrum LUISE you need a single ticket of zone M. The price for the ticket is 3,70 EUR.
Alternatively, you can purchase a strip ticket for 16,30 EUR and validate two of a total of eight strips for this trip. You can also use the Deutschland-Ticket, which allows you to travel on all means of public transport.
You can also use the Deutschland-Ticket, which allows you to travel on all means of public transport.

MVV tickets can be obtained here: or at the ticket machines.

Travel to Munich by Train

LMU Munich offers an event ticket for train travel to the conference, which allows you to travel at a lower price.

Booking is possible via the following link:

Prices are as follows:

When booking a specific train:
2nd class: 51,90 EUR, 1st class: 84,90 EUR

When not booking a specific train:
2nd class: 72,90 EUR, 1st class: 106,90 EUR

Travel from the Airport to the City Centre

The S1 and S8 S-Bahn (suburban train) lines connect the airport to the Munich city center at 10-minute intervals. The S1 (direction Leuchtenbergring) travels via the west of the city and the S8 (direction Herrsching) via the east. The trip to Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) takes approximately 40 minutes. MVV tickets can be obtained here: or at the ticket machines.

MVV-Single Ticket M-5: 13,00 EUR
MVV Day Ticket M-5 Single: 14,80 EUR
MVV Day Ticket M-5 Group (up to 5 people): 27,80 EUR

Alternatively, you can take the Lufthansa Express Bus, the nonstop connection from Munich Airport into the city centre and back again, no matter which airline you fly with. The Lufthansa Express Bus departs every 20 minutes from Munich Airport via Munich North to Munich Central Station and back again. The following stops are served: Terminal 1 MAC – Terminal 2 – Munich North (Schwabing) – Munich Central Station. Travel time from Munich Airport to the city center is approximately 45 minutes. You will find the current timetables, stops and tickets for the Lufthansa Airport Bus here:
Single and return tickets are also available directly from the bus driver, with a surcharge of 1 EUR per ticket.

Prices are as follows:
One-way ticket online-booking: 11,50 EUR
Return ticket online-booking: 18,50 EUR


Venue for Thursday (23.11.2023)

Monacensia in the Hildebrandhaus
Maria-Theresia-Straße 23
81675 Munich

Venue for Friday and Saturday (24-25.11.2023)

Kulturzentrum LUISE
Ruppertstraße 5
80337 Munich


Awareness and our Approach

During our conference, we attach great importance to recognizing discriminatory structures and unequal power relations and minimizing them as far as possible. Our aim for the conference is to be mindful and respectful of one another. Our aim is to create a space in which everyone feels safe and comfortable. With our awareness concept, we take a firm stand against all forms of discrimination, boundary violations and violence. We recognize that unequal power relations prevail in our world, leading to privileges and disadvantages. A conscious and critical approach to these power relations is a continuous learning process. As an organizational and awareness team, we strive to find ways and strategies to reduce these inequalities and would also like to invite all participants to participate. It is our shared responsibility not to let discriminatory speech and actions go unnoticed and to critically question our own behavior.

Awareness Team: Availability and Contactability During the Conference

In order to achieve this goal, we have put together an awareness team that will be available throughout the conference. If you experience or observe discrimination or a transgression of boundaries, you can contact the team at any time. You can recognize the awareness team by their pink safety vests and contact them at the following phone number: +49 15788492644 (Ananya, she/her); +49 17610637711 (Anna, she/her); +49 15755841007 (Jan, he/him).

We also provide a safe retreat room that you can use at any time if you need to. Should you wish to make use of this, you can also contact the awareness team.

We are aware that, as an awareness team, we do not have comprehensive experience and knowledge of all forms of discrimination. However, if there is a need, we can provide you with the contact information of cooperation partners who have different backgrounds of experience in connection with discriminatory practices in society. We are aware that we are not without faults and are therefore open to comments and criticism. You can send us your feedback at any time by email to Alternatively, you can leave your feedback anonymously in our feedback box at the registration table on site.

Responding to Discriminatory Behavior

In the case of discriminatory behavior, a mindful and empathetic response is important to us. The focus is on the perspective of the person concerned and only they themselves define their own boundaries and the violation of boundaries they have experienced. The awareness team will work with the person concerned to agree on possible consequences and act solely with their needs in mind. We have clear rules against discrimination and boundary violations at the conference. Serious offenses can lead to exclusion in order to ensure an environment that is as free of discrimination as possible. The responsibility for the well-being of all participants lies with all of us.


It is generally not possible to tell which pronouns people use. The use of incorrect pronouns should be avoided during this conference in order to ensure respectful and considerate interactions. In order to ensure the correct form of address, we would ask all participants to fill in the appropriate pronouns on their name badge when registering and to wear them during the conference. We ask everyone to respect how a person wishes to be addressed.


Information on barrier-free access to the venues can be found on the following websites:

Monacensia in the Hildebrandhaus:

Kulturzentrum LUISE:

The Following General Admission Restrictions Apply

Individuals who belong to right-wing extremist parties or organizations or are associated with the right-wing extremist scene are excluded from the event without reservation.

Note on Photography & Filming

If you wish to revoke your consent for photographs to be taken during our conference, please contact our photographer Priscillia Grubo. She will respect your wishes and will not take any photos of you.

We also ask all participants not to take any private photos or videos of other conference guests.