Evaluation and closing meeting
15. August 2014
Our time in Berlin passed by so quickly! We can’t believe it’s been almost 12 months now. We’d like to invite you to the last of our meetings, closing the series. We’ll make a small summary and would like to hear some feedback from you. And celebrate!
Don’t miss it! It’s the last of our monthly people’s kitchens. This calls for a celebration! We’ll make something really special. Come to New Yorck im Bethanien on 13. August at 19:00.
Consensus decision making
8. August 2014
How to effectively reach decisions in a non-hierarchical collective.
One struggle – One fight? How does intersectionality of oppression make new alliances possible.
1. August 2014
What are the options for cooperation between different movements to fight exclusion and precarity as a result of complex oppression.
How does it work?
A visit to the Museum of Capitalism
25. July 2014
Meeting piont: U/S Neukölln
Let’s explore the system. The Museum of Capitalism is a great place to discover rules within the neoliberal economics thightly bounded to oppression, exclusion and precarity. And all that in a fun way!
Exclusiveness of class society
11. July 2014
Participatory Economics: A Theoretical Alternative to Capitalism, (2004)
18. July 2014
The anti-globalization movement articulated many strong critiques of the World Trade Organization and of global capitalism generally, but not much thought was given to how things could be structured differently. What will life be like after capitalism? How can we run a factory collectively? How do we collectively decide who gets what?
You can read the material here
What was that I was supposed to remind you of? Right! Don’t forget about our monthly date! People’s kitchen will be on 9. July at 19:00 in New Yorck im Bethanien. Bring your appetites!
4. July 2014
End of Poverty? documentary by Philippe Diaz
USA, 2008, 106 minutes
The End of Poverty? is a daring, thought-provoking and very timely documentary by award-winning filmmaker, Philippe Diaz, revealing that poverty is not an accident. It began with military conquest, slavery and colonization that resulted in the seizure of land, minerals and forced labor. Today, global poverty has reached new levels because of unfair debt, trade and tax policies — in other words, wealthy countries exploiting the weaknesses of poor, developing countries. The End of Poverty? asks why today 20% of the planet’s population uses 80% of its resources and consumes 30% more than the planet can regenerate?
Activist trauma support
27. June 2014
How to deal with difficult emotions that come up during actions. How to support others.