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Current exhibition

from 28.1.2020 to 28.2.2020 in the Lobby adjacent to Robert‑Havemann‑Hall
Weekdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, please contact the administration shortly before

Genocide on Rom*nija at Ukraine 1941–1944

Current exhibition
International project on an ignored genocide During the Second World War the Rom*nija became victims of a genocide planned by the Nazis. The processing and remembrance of this systematic extermination, in which at least a six-figure number of people were murdered, is handled differently in different countries after decades of repression. The ...

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Events

Thursday, 27.2.2020 at 7.00 pm, Robert-Havemann-Hall

Vesper – Menschenrechte aktuell

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Anyone who has lived in Berlin for a longer period of time is familiar with the annual discussion about the nightly opening of underground stations during the winter months for homeless people. Sleeping places for homeless people are also discussed periodically. But they don't get an apartment or regular medical care. The help services ...


Friday, 28.2.2020 at 7.00 pm, Robert-Havemann-Hall

Lecture & discussion

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“Resistance and change often begin in art. Very often in our art, the art of words.” Ursula K. Le Guin, a grande dame of fantastic and science fiction literature, died on 22.01.2018. Her credo can be paraphrased with her quote: "I too have crossed some genre barriers, in fact about as many as I could" ("I also crossed ...


Tuesday, 3.3.2020 at 5.00 pm, Seminar room II (front building, 2nd floor)

Advanced training

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Issues: Short input on actors and forms of refugee hostile and racist protests in Berlin Practical exercise on reactions and discussion techniques in dealing with racist and/or right-wing extremist actors Short input on argumentation techniques of right-wing and racist actors and counter-arguments ...


Tuesday, 3.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Robert-Havemann-Hall

Panel discussion

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There is no doubt that many people in Germany want more political participation. And more than a few consider this to be the only way to save our democracy from further erosion and to meet the immense challenges posed by, for example, digitalization, climate change and migration in a humane and sustainable manner. The ruling circles in ...


Wednesday, 4.3.2020 at 8.00 pm, Seminar room II (front building, 2nd floor)

Reading

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The two Berlin-based authors Tolya Glaukos and Sven Bremer read from different angles from their Aphorisms. These independent thoughts and aphorisms deal with many different topics from life and from ...


Thursday, 5.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room II (front building, 2nd floor)

Reading

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On the occasion of the 61st birthday of our activist Petra Leischen, Dr. Richard Herding and Petra Leischen read about the desire and the burden of being born. ...


Friday, 13.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room I (front building, 1st floor)

Lecture & discussion

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The general strike and the fight against the Kapp-Lüttwitz putsch in Berlin in 1920 put the young Weimar Republic in great danger! Right-wing coups attempted to overthrow it with military force and occupied the Berlin government district. Until then Ebert and Noske had relied on right-wing Freikorps associations to prevent further ...


Tuesday, 17.3.2020 at 4.00 pm, Seminar room I (front building, 1st floor)

Info event

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OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING The graduates of the training will be certified "Consultants for non-violent conflict transformation and social Movements" must be able to use conflict-sensitive methods in civil, non-violent conflict transformation and social movements at home and abroad, especially within the framework of the Civil ...


Thursday, 19.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room I (front building, 1st floor)

Lecture & discussion

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We must ask ourselves this question, because overcoming it is easier than we thought! You can stop discussing, P.M. has the definitive proposal of how we get out of the current economic order (called capitalism by some jokers), worldwide, ecologically and according to the latest recipes of happiness research. Who does not take action ...


Friday, 20.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room I (front building, 1st floor)

Lecture & discussion

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Élisée Reclus and Pyotr Kropotkin were both anarchists and geographers. Above all, Reclus' "Nouvelle géographie universelle" (published 1876-1894) is regarded as the methodological precursor of today's human geography. In their role as recognized geographers and scientists, both supported and influenced the independence of certain ...


Thursday, 26.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Robert-Havemann-Hall

Vesper – Menschenrechte aktuell

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After an introduction by Eberhard Schultz to the social human right to housing, inputs from: Andrej Holm (Urban sociologist Humboldt University Berlin, expert on urban renewal, gentrification and housing policy) Robert Trettin (Deputy Spokesperson of the National Poverty Conference) Katalin Gennburg (MdA Die Linke, Spokesperson ...


Friday, 27.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room I (front building, 1st floor)

Lecture & discussion

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After Kapp's coup in March 1920, all left-wing workers' organizations called a general strike and the right-wing coup was averted. In the Ruhr area, the workers* kept their weapons in the anarcho-syndicalist FAUD and formed so-called "Arbweiterwehren". In the end, the uprising for peace was crushed with the help of Freikorps. But behind ...


Saturday, 28.3.2020 at 7.00 pm, Seminar room II (front building, 2nd floor)

Scenic presentation of the Auschwitz trial

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"That was just a flyspeck in German history." To show that this crime of humanity committed by Germans must not be forgotten, we are showing a film presentation of the play Die Ermittlung by Peter Weiss. The play scenically depicts the Auschwitz trial, which was conducted thanks to the Hessian public prosecutor Fritz Bauer ...


from Friday, 15.5.2020 to Saturday, 16.5.2020, Robert-Havemann-Hall

Conference

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In Berlin there are more than twenty Humanistic Day Care Centers and more than 65,000 students are learning Humanistic Life Science. In 2021, the city's first Humanistic Primary School and daycare center will open its doors. In view of the controversial debates on education policy in Germany, the question once again arises as to what ...