Snelle toegang:
Direct naar inhoud gaan (Alt 1)Direct naar secundaire navigatie gaan (Alt 3)Direct naar hoofdnavigatie gaan (Alt 2)

Rahel goes to Bochum
Ask us your question and win!

Hi there! Rahel’s going to Bochum for you! There she’ll be visiting a store where you can’t buy anything, but can borrow all kinds of things. And she’ll be meeting students who build a car that runs on solar energy. Ask her your questions – and win!


Rahel will soon be hitting the road again for you! This time, she’s off to the Ruhr district, to the city of Bochum. There, Rahel will be visiting the “Leihladen” (Library of Things). That’s a store where you can’t buy anything, but can borrow all kinds of items: a document shredder, a guitar, a pasta machine or a tent. And Rahel will be meeting students at Bochum University of Applied Sciences who build a car that runs on solar energy – and use it to take part in a race that takes them right across Australia.
 
Now over to you again. Ask Rahel your questions! What do you want to know about the “Leihladen”? What questions do you want to put to the students at Bochum University of Applied Sciences? And what questions do you want to ask about transport and solar energy?

Leave us a comment below, and with a bit of luck you can win a surprise package from Bochum!
 

“On the road with Rahel”

Fresh air, clean drinking water, a park nearby, nice neighbours. People who are there for each other and who show consideration for each other. That’s what the Germans want in their cities. What do they do for it? And what are the problems? Rahel Klein visits cities in Germany for you – and shows how people are committed to making them a better place to live.

Top