#MyJob – “You really need patience”
Jwan Mattini fled Syria when he was 16, because of the civil war. He quickly adapted to life in Germany: He is 20 now and being educated as an industrial management assistant. For this, he says, you need to have a high motivation foor learning – but that's not all.
Frankly … integrated – The pestilence, the myths and realities
Almost six months have passed since COVID-19 was first noticed as a novel, unknown disease. Half a year later, the virus has caused a global pandemic. Thousands have died. Dominic Otiang’a takes a closer look at how Germany reacted - individually, and as a society.
Frankly … integrated – Xavier Naidoo & Exclusion
Can social exclusion and the desire to belong lead to aggressive and discriminative behaviour? An analysis of behaviour patterns and a critical examination of the effect of punishment.
Series “Word-Breaks” – Fremdenführer*in
Quite a number of words are still firmly established in German language use today – even though they came into existence at a time that barely has anything to do with our diverse present. In this series, Elisabeth Wellershaus tries to fathom them out and reinterpret them from a decolonial perspective. She starts off in March with the term Fremdenführer*in.
#MyJob – “Contact is what’s important!”
Ludivine Gragy is a freelance landscape architect. Professional experience in Switzerland and Japan has influenced her work. But Berlin has become her chosen home.