As part of the”connecting the dots” project, glokal designed the traveling exhibition “OurVoices! Resistant alternatives to the development myth”. The…
The tenants’ association at the southern Kottbusser Tor in Berlin-Kreuzberg has been fighting against high rents and rent increases in social housing, against racism and for a right to the city against the background of the history of migration since 2011.
Hamburg-Billbrook, Halskestraße 72. It is the night of August 22, 1980. Two members of the terrorist and right-wing extremist organization “Deutsche Aktionsgruppe” carry out a brutal arson attack on a refugee shelter where 240 people are living at the time.
The development policy network for women’s rights and feminist perspectives works on the topic of “Gender & Development” and is based in Vienna.
This website aims to inform and connect actors who are engaged against privatization, gentrification and demolition policies in the urban area of Berlin.
This wiki attempts to map the broad political landscape of antifeminism and thus make visible networks of reactionary actors and anti-human argumentation.
A multi-headed poetic monster that critically observes the developments and actions of the European Right and its international alliances, examining and attacking their narrative and intervention strategies.
Economy as an instrument for a good life for all – since 2011, Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie from Leipizig has been working under this credo as a non-profit and independent association.
Here the name says it all – this flickr blog collects political posters (whose designers are politically “left-wing”).
A “sober, fact-based contribution to the public debate” is the claim of this interdisciplinary research project.
Steadily rising rents, housing shortages, gentrification. Three buzzwords of a complex that is as commonplace as it is debilitating for many people. What specifically to do when there is no more affordable housing?
Thirty-five thousand. That’s how many people, as of fall 2018, have died in the Mediterranean trying to enter the European Union since 2000. 35,000 people – at least.