Radio Spätkauf (Podcast)
The view from the morning window confirms it: Winter is here. While the snow blankets the city and vast parts of Europe in white magic, and the Christmas lights cast our cities in a special glow, winter is the harshest season for the most vulnerable in our society. How do the homeless fare in these times? What support measures exist in our city? And how can art change our perspective on homeless people in our city, on our continent, and bring us closer to the issue?
We would like to discuss these and other questions with our guests and you. We cordially invite you to be part of this important conversation. The event will be conducted in English and recorded.
We are pleased to invite you to a special event hosted by the European Academy Berlin. The theme of the evening will be "Homelessness in Berlin and Beyond," a topic that deserves special attention, especially in the cold season.
Location: Salon am Moritzplatz, Oranienstraße 58, 10969 Berlin
Admission: From 7:00 PM
We have assembled an impressive panel for this discussion:
- Karen Holzinger, Head of Homelessness Assistance at the Berlin City Mission
- Kathrin Schultz, Queerhomes
- Debora Ruppert, Artist
- Dan Stern, Moderator from the Radio Spaetkauf Podcast
The event will begin at 7:30 PM with the recording of a podcast episode in which the guests will share their perspectives and experiences. The discussion and recording will conclude around 9:00 PM. Subsequently, we invite you to a get-together with drinks and finger food, lasting until 9:45 PM.
This event marks the pilot episode of a new collaboration between the European Academy Berlin and the Radio Spaetkauf Podcast. Radio Spaetkauf (https://www.radiospaetkauf.com/) is an English-language news podcast from Berlin. The broadcast of the "RSxEAB" show will take place a few days after the recording. We will inform you in our next newsletter [https://www.eab-berlin.eu/de/newsletter].
Kindly confirm your attendance by 05/12/2023, 12:00 PM.
We look forward to an informative and enriching evening. The event is made possible by project funding from the Federal Foreign Office and co-financing from the European Union.