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EDUCATION FOR ALL

Discussions, TheatreCafés, European encounters, educational material

To transform as much of the world as possible into one's own person is life in the higher sense of the word. (W. v. Humboldt)

To transform as much of the world as possible into one's own person is life in the higher sense of the word. (W. v. Humboldt)

To transform as much of the world as possible into one's own person is life in the higher sense of the word. (W. v. Humboldt)

 

INSPIRATIONS. ENCOUNTERS. ALTERNATIVES

We invite people to discussions and theatre cafés in Berlin. In addition, we realise Europe-wide educational projects on the topics of economy / social issues, history, climate change, support for the ‘disadvantaged’ with partner organisations in 17 countries. weltgewandt e.V. is not affiliated with any political party. We are open to people of different opinions and backgrounds. Find out more about us and take part.

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DIALOGUE CAFÉ

Get to know others, exchange on what’s in my mind. Socialise, experience joy and inspiration. Open to all. Thursday, 8th June 2023, 16 o’clock.

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Independent

There are many ways to be economically independent. Which options exist, which ways fit to me at best? Tuesday, 23th May 2023, 18 o’clock

Deindustrialising?

Short article on the debate if Europe is currently deindustrialising as a consequence of politics in times of war and crisis.

Resilience

Resilience is a term that is used in many different disciplines such as psychology, economics, sociology or engineering. But what does it mean?

TEXTS AND MATERIALS

Slide 1

Knowledge of history opens the door to understanding. Courses in seven languages about events that still have an impact today and are sometimes controversial.

Knowledge of history opens the door to understanding. This is especially true of experiences of change and transformation. Courses in seven languages about events that still have an impact today and are sometimes controversial.

Knowledge of history opens the door to understanding. This is especially true of experiences of change and transformation. Courses in seven languages about events that still have an impact today and are sometimes controversial.

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Knowledge of history opens the door to understanding. Courses in seven languages about events that still have an impact today and are sometimes controversial.

Knowledge of history opens the door to understanding. This is especially true of experiences of change and transformation. Courses in seven languages about events that still have an impact today and are sometimes controversial.

Money, debt, social inequality, growth, climate change, different economic schools, taxes and much more: courses in six languages to better understand what is happening. Including forum to join the discussion.

Slide 3 MOOC CC

Articles on climate change controversies, green and social transformation, history of waste and recycling, natural disasters, water and other topics. Please click on "get started"

Articles on climate change controversies, green and social transformation, history of waste and recycling, natural disasters and their connection to global warming, water and other topics. Please click on "get started"

Articles on climate change controversies, green and social transformation, history of waste and recycling, natural disasters and their connection to global warming, water and other topics. Please click on "get started".

Slide 2

Articles on technological, social, and political dimensions of digitalization. In simple language.

Articles on technological, social, and political dimensions of digitalization. In simple language.

Articles on technological, social, and political dimensions of digitalization.
Topics: History of digitalization, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybermobbing, Digitalisation and the public, Online-Collaboration, EU data protection rules. In simple language.

Slide 3

Data in large quantities are considered the "oil" of the digital age. They are a central economic factor and growth engine. However, the masses of data also call for an "update" of Democracy: Who has access to data? How can this be democratically controlled and abuse of power through data prevented?

Data in large quantities are considered the "oil" of the digital age. They are a central economic factor and growth engine. However, the masses of data also call for an "update" of Democracy: Who has access to data? How can this be democratically controlled and abuse of power through data prevented?

Data in large quantities are considered the "oil" of the digital age. They are a central economic factor and growth engine. However, the masses of data also call for an "update" of Democracy: Who has access to data? How can this be democratically controlled and abuse of power through data prevented?

Slide 3

With blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and co., citizens can inform themselves directly about other citizens. This affects the power of interpretation of the traditional media. Against this backdrop, word creations like "fake news" on the one hand mark a state of affairs. On the other hand, they are themselves instruments in the struggle for interpretive sovereignty.

With blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and co., citizens can inform themselves directly about other citizens. This affects the power of interpretation of the traditional media. Against this backdrop, word creations like "fake news" on the one hand mark a state of affairs. On the other hand, they are themselves instruments in the struggle for interpretive sovereignty.

With blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and co., citizens can inform themselves directly about other citizens. This affects the power of interpretation of the traditional media. Against this backdrop, word creations like "fake news" on the one hand mark a state of affairs. On the other hand, they are themselves instruments in the struggle for interpretive sovereignty. Trust gains importance in the 'new confusion'.

Slide 1

Learn programming - Online-course Free of charge. Step by step create your own little robot: Five modules, with certificate after completion of the course.

Learn programming - Online-course Free of charge. Step by step create your own little robot: Five modules, with certificate after completion of the course.

Learn programming - Online-course Free. Module 1: What is a robot? History of robotics, robot ethics, Module 2: Basics of electricity and circuits, Module 3: other components of robotics, automatic control, programming, Module 4: Introduction to coding with Scratch, Module 5: Working with robotics kits and the coding Morse code.
With certificate after completing the course.

Slide 3

How can a connection between people be established that is authentic and also makes the feelings and needs of each one resonate? And what are the obstacles? A short introduction to NVC according to Marshall Rosenberg. His criticism of the education system is also discussed.

How can a connection between people be established that is authentic and also makes the feelings and needs of each one resonate? And what are the obstacles? A short introduction to NVC according to Marshall Rosenberg. His criticism of the education system is also discussed.

How can a connection between people be established that is authentic and also makes the feelings and needs of each one resonate? And what are the obstacles? A short introduction to NVC according to Marshall Rosenberg. His criticism of the education system is also discussed.

Slide Dare to a politics of detente

Recording of a discussion on the World Day of Peace in September 2019 about the relations of Germany or 'the West' and Russia. Both conversation partners, Dr Manfred Sapper and Ulrich Heyden, had warned against war despite their so different views.

Recording of a discussion on the World Day of Peace in September 2019 about the relations of Germany or 'the West' and Russia. Both conversation partners, Dr Manfred Sapper and Ulrich Heyden, had warned against war despite their so different views.

Recording of a discussion on the World Day of Peace in September 2019 about the relations of Germany or 'the West' and Russia. Both conversation partners, Dr Manfred Sapper and Ulrich Heyden, had warned against war despite their so different views.

Slide Future 4.0

The text includes a brief presentation of the History of Industry 1.0 – 4.0, summarises technological aspects of digitisation and addresses the impact on society. Ideas for democratic governance of change and the role that education could play in this are discussed.

The text includes a brief presentation of the History of Industry 1.0 – 4.0, summarises technological aspects of digitisation and addresses the impact on society. Ideas for democratic governance of change and the role that education could play in this are discussed.

The text includes a brief presentation of the History of Industry 1.0 – 4.0, summarises technological aspects of digitisation and addresses the impact on society. Ideas for democratic governance of change and the role that education could play in this are discussed.

Slide PPP

Gender (in)justice in times of polarisation: Crises offer opportunities for more equality. Reflections and suggestions for educational work.

Gender (in)justice in times of polarisation: Crises offer opportunities for more equality. Reflections and suggestions for educational work.

Gender (in)justice in times of polarisation: Crises offer opportunities for more equality. At the same time, they are breeding grounds for a return to traditional power distributions and anti-feminism. Either way, change creates insecurity. And how do women view it?

Slide No Revolution without Women

HERstory and and dynamics of the upheaval in 1989:
What role did women play in autumn '89? Materials on remembrance and the politics of remembrance.

HERstory and and dynamics of the upheaval in 1989:
What role did women play in autumn '89? Materials on remembrance and the politics of remembrance.

HERstory and and dynamics of the upheaval in 1989: Why was it possible to end the seemingly immovable power of the GDR leadership so quickly? Was the GDR broke and insolvent? What role did women play in autumn '89?
Materials on remembrance and the politics of remembrance.

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PROJECTS

Resilient Work

Development of a learning platform on work and resilience in the context of crises and upheavals with partners in five countries.

Financial Literacy

Project to strengthen the financial independence of women. Including the workshop series "Money. Migration. Independence".

Climate + Change

... through democracy and inclusion: learners from four countries work on the topics of water, waste, CO2 and access to resources.

DIALOGUE-Café

Get to know people, laugh, play, speak freely in a friendly atmosphere. The topics are defined by those who are there. Regularly in the suburbs of Berlin.

EQUITY

Development of modules and a methodological toolbox for supporting young refugees in vocational education and training.

FRESH-UP

… ECONOMICS: How is money created? Why are there crises? Colleagues from seven countries developed a learning platform.

MOVING MEMORIES

Development of a learning platform on transformations and upheavals in the history of six countries.

WOMEN'S PERSPECTIVES

...on Society’s Divisions. Gender democracy in the context of crises: What do women want to change - across Europe?

UNLOCK

... the museum as diversity integrator. How can interest be awakened in going to the museum? Nine organisations from Europe are working on these questions.

Empowering the low-skilled

... Inspirations for trainers. People have different competences, experiences and needs. The project is developing a curriculum for working with so-called low-skilled people.

UPSKILLING 45+

Cooperation to make knowledge and skills visible and to develop digital competences of people who have migrated from other countries and are older than 45 years.

TALK WITHOUT SHOW

Discussion salons at irregular intervals on current social issues. Invited guests get into conversation with interested citizens.

FINISHED, BUT UP TO DATE

DIGITAL LITERACY

Big data, artificial intelligence, cyberbullying and more: Project on technical and social aspects of digitalisation and how they should be democratically and politically managed.

WOMEN AND ROBOTICS

Robots, whether for care or combat drones, are mostly programmed by men. A free online course was developed to motivate women to take an interest in technology and to get more involved.

CHANGE OF CLIMATECHANGE

Project to raise awareness of ecological issues and climate change. A free online course on various, also controversial, aspects of the topic was created. Dedicated to adult trainers and volunteers.

BASIC ECONOMIC EDUCATION

What is inflation, what is deflation? What does a central bank do? Why do crises occur? Project on topics and methods of economic-political education. Honoured as an example of good practice.

EUROPEAN HISTORY.IES

Cooperation on topics and taboos in the history of Germany, Finland, France, Poland and Spain as well as methods of democracy-sensitive historical-political education work. Get started!

ABOUT US

weltgewandt (“open to the world”). Institute for Intercultural Political Education invites you to discover the world outside your door, next door and far away and to grow from it. weltgewandt offers learning. Not in the sense of education, but as an encouragement to think for oneself. Not as frontal teaching as often in school, but with creative methods. The preferred topics are well as support for the so-called disadvantaged peeconomy/social issues, digitalisation, culture of remembrance, integration. Information is nevertheless not neglected. The focus is on diversity of perspectives and debate, empowerment, contact and encounter as ople. The services offered by weltgewandt are aimed at people from all social and cultural backgrounds. We want to encourage people to discover their creative powers, to experience self-efficacy and to stand up for democracy, justice, freedom, tolerance and human rights. The projects are funded by the European Union, a foundation, donations from citizens and the state of Berlin.

TEAM

Sophia Bickhardt
Leiterin

Koordination der Bildungsprojekte, Trainings, Erstellung von Bildungsmaterialien

Sozialwissenschaftlerin (Diplom)

Ulrike Schuhose
Projektmitarbeiterin

Projektmanagement, Trainings; Projekte zu kultureller Bildung, Klimawandel, Geschlechterdemokratie

Dipl.-Kulturarbeiterin (FH)

Gesa Schaffrath
Projektmitarbeiterin

Projektmanagement, Erstellung von Bildungsmaterialien, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit

Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaftlerin (BA)

Monika Stemmer
Projektmitarbeiterin

Trainings, Erstellung von Bildungsmaterialien zur ökonomischen Allgemeinbildung

Juristin, Künstlerin

Friedemann Wiese
Projektmitarbeiter

Projektmanagement und Trainings, Projekte zu Geschichte und Integration

Sozial- und Kulturanthropologe (MA), Politologe und Psychologe (BA)

Peter Zaunigk
Projektmitarbeiter

Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Beratung, Projekte zu Digitalisierung und ök. Grundbildung

Kaufmann für Bürokommunikation; Entwickler von Bildungsmaterialien

Beate Rohmich
Trainerin

Trainings, Beratung Projekte zur Integration

Betriebswirtin, europäische Bildungsprojekten (Jugend in Aktion, PLL), Einzel-Coaching von Migrant/innen

Ulrich Balling
Projektmitarbeiter

Projektmanagement ökonomische Allgemeinbildung, Digitalisierung, Erinnerungskultur

Studium der Linguistik und Informatik

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