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In accordance with its statutes, the German ITI Centre promotes mutual understanding of the world's theatre cultures. It is committed to the freedom of artistic expression and the preservation and development of the cultural diversity of theatrical forms of expression and production. 
As a member of the ITI World Federation, it is committed to the ITI Charter.

We meet the requirements of the Transparent Civil Society Initiative of Transparency International Germany in accordance with our voluntary commitment based on ten trasparency informations.

Transparency information

1. Name, office, address, year of foundation
Zentrum Bundesrepublik Deutschland des Internationalen Theaterinstituts e.V.
Office: Berlin
Address: Mariannenplatz 2, D-10997 Berlin
Year odf foundation: 1955 in Bonn (Federal Republic of Germany)

2. Charter and goals #

3. Tax benefit
Recent tax notification of Finanzamt für Körperschaften I, Berlin (Steuernummer 27/647/52498) as of 6.08.2018 (2015 - 2017) 

4. Name and function of key decision-makers #

5. Annual report
Annual report 2020

6. Staff structure
Office team

7. Financial sources 
Annual report 2020, p. 37

8. Information on the use of funds
Annual report 2020, S. 37-39

9. Affiliation with third parties
ITI worldwide in co-operation with national centres and partners

10. Names of legal entities whose annual payments account for more than 10% of the total annual budget
Public funding for the ITI Center Germany exceeds 90% of annual revenues and comes from funds provided by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, the Federal States Community / Cultural Foundation of the Federal States and the Federal State of Berlin.