Great event at HAU III for May Ayim’s birthday, May 04, 2017: she would have turned 57! Performers were Bahati, Chantal Fleur Sandjon, Ella Schwarz, Oxana Chi, Layla Zami, Sylvestre Soleil, Dukumbi in music, danse, poetry in full motion: THANK YOU ALL!
… still not really hot, but sun is shining today, people are friendly and walk throughout town. Enjoy Berlin!
Lebanese anthropologist Rawane Nasif has created a beautiful scenery with her 12′ film (2016, 12 min. Arabic) at the Berlinale 2017. The film, entitled Sokun Al Sulhufat “Turtles are Always Home” reflects the “false Venice” of real estate reality, shown at the Berlinale (my personal highlight)!
Greetings to all! Happy winter days and nights on earth in 2017 wishes #berlinsights with Susanne and all her team!
We are happy to cooperate with www.lok-berlin.de! Thanks to Berlin’s local business chamber and the project of LOK.STARTup CAMP international, Arab citizens who took refuge in Berlin may start a business! For more information on how to start, please see:
PS: former TEMPELHOF site hosts some 1000 refugees from several countries and regions, in particular the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
berlinsights tour along Roman sites of the past, November 2016
… the Turkish Ministry of Labour and Social Security works on EU-funded project activities to ‘ … increase the adaptability of tradesmen and craftsmen and women by investing more in human capital towards more sustainable economic growth’ …
Below, see recent findings on precarious work at http://www.research.mbs.ac.uk/ewerc/Portals/0/Documents/Reducing-Precarious-Work-Germany-Briefing-v2.pdf
Protective Gaps and the Role of Social Dialogue in Germany
Research team: Karen Jaehrling, Claudia Weinkopf, Ines Wagner
Institute for Work, Skills and Training (IAQ) University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
“Mariannes Blog” gefällt #berlinsights!
… late autumn Budapest is IT, visiting Vienna, Venice, bella Roma and Milano … and back in Berlin again ! #berlinsights winter greetings 🙂
Bringing guests to less hidden places like the GDR relict of 1986. Today, the monuments of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels at Spandauer Str., downtown Berlin’s “green oasis”, are said to remain with the people’s will, if respected. We hope it will.
. . . the location issue remains unclear, until present . . . The Berliner Zeitung reported on the idea to build the new central library here . . .