Summer Camp workshops

Our Summer Camp starts today (Saturday 8 June) in the Naturfreundehaus Hermsdorf.

On Sunday we’ll be having Workshops about current campaigns. Here are the first descriptions of the workshops. Please feel free to come along and join the debate

 

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Summer Camp this week-end – last Information

Hi everyone

Here is some final information about the LINKE Internationals Summer Camp this week-end.

Programme – you can see the final programme at https://theleftberlin.wordpress.com/2019/05/30/our-new-flyer-4/

Highlights include

  • Ahmad Isamaldin (Sudan Uprising) on the counter-revolution that is going on in Sudan right now, and what we can do to support Sudanese activists
  • Rosa Lüben (Fridays for Future) on saving the planet
  • Aquarela Padilla from Venezuela on stopping the attempted coup
  • Claudia Haydt on Europe after the elections
  • And much more

Registration – You still have time to register – send a mail to internationals@die-linke-berlin.de

Theoretically you can also just turn up, or come for just one day, but if you let us know you’re coming, it will help us feed you and find you a bed if necessary.

Everything is free, but we’d appreciate a donation for food.

 

Getting there – we are travelling together on Saturday, meeting at Alexanderplatz on the Northbound platform of the U8 at 1.30pm (front train).

We’re getting the 13.37 U-Bahn to Wittenau If you want to meet us in Wittenau, we’ll be getting the 220 bus to Almutstraße at 14.04 (no compromise on the times, as the buses only go every 20 minutes).

Contact person for the trip is Yonatan (0151 66 00 81 14)

 

From Almutstraße it’s a 10 minute walk to the Naturfreundhaus (see map below)

The Naturfreundhaus in Berlin Zone B. At the week-end, people with Monatskarten can take someone with them, so you shouldn’t have to buy a ticket.

 

If you can’t make this time, or are coming on Sunday, use www.vbb.de to find how to get to Almutstraße from where you are.

 

Bedding – the Naturfreundehaus has beds for up to 32 people, but you need to bring your own bedding. Alternatively, you can rent bedding for €4 there.

 

Food and drink – we will be providing vegan food for everyone, but please let us know if you have any allergies. On Saturday evening, we will sell alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks (any profits to go to our new Website)

 

Anything missing from the programme? – On Sunday lunchtime, we have an hour free for 4 short presentations. We’ll decide what to discuss on Saturday evening. If you’d like to make a short presentation, or want to make a suggestion, please let us know.

 

Any questions? Please ask

 

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Updated programme for Summer Camp

There’s a new programme out for our Summer Camp on 8-9 June https://theleftberlin.wordpress.com/hermsdorf/ We’ve got a great range of speakers and subjects, and would love to see you there.
We just sent out a message to everyone we think has registered, If you didn’t get this message (a) check your spam folder, (b) if you can’t find anything there you’re not registered,

To register, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de, It would also help if you could answer these questions:

  • Do you need accommodation on Saturday night? 
  • Do you need food on Saturday? 
  • Do you need food on Sunday?

We will also be signing people up at the Marxismuss conference (www.marxismuss.de) in the ND-Gebäude (Franz-Mehring Platz 1) this week-end. Look for our leaflets and list at the LINKE stall.

 

Newsletter 25 May 2019

Welcome to this week’s LINKE Berlin Internationals Newsletter. Remember to vote this week-end (tomorrow if you’re voting in Germany, we hope you vote for die LINKE). We’ll be having a meeting on Monday with Wenke Christoph from the rosa luxemburg stiftung to try to make sense of the EU election results.

Remember, if you have any events that you’d like us to tell people about, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.

 

First, here’s some events that we’re organising in the next couple of weeks:

  • On Monday May 27th we’ll be meeting at 7pm in the Roter Laden, Weidenweg 17. On the day after the EU election, Wenke Christoph, senior advisor in the Europe unit of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung will be trying to say what just happened?
  • On Tuesday, May 28th we have a meeting to decide the final programme for our Summer Camp: Forms of Resistance in Dark Times. The provisional programme is now online here. The meeting is at 7pm in Café Plume, Warthestraße 60.

    To register for the Summer Camp, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de. We’ll send the final programme out after Tuesday’s meeting.

  • On Monday, 3rd June, John Mullen from La France Insoumise in Paris will be in Berlin, and he’ll be speaking on What is La France Insoumise and where are they going? Its a 7pm in Cafe Plume, Warthestraße 60.

And now here’s a nice bulleted list of more events that are coming up in Berlin:


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Newsletter 18 May 2019

Welcome to this week’s LINKE Berlin Internationals Newsletter. Hope to see you on tomorrow’s demo against racism.

Remember, if you have any events that you’d like us to tell people about, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.

First, here’s some events that we’re organising in the next couple of weeks:

  • There’s an anti-racist demo tomorrow at 12 noon at Alexanderplatz. If you want to march with us, meet us at 11.45 at die LINKE meeting point at Grünerstraße in front of the Sparkasse. Look for our banner with Refugees Welcome in several languages, or send your contact details to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de to join our online chat group.
  • On Saturday, 25th May, we have our next Organising meeting to plan our future activities. Place and time to be decided. If you would like to come along, contact us at lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.
  • Our next proper meeting is on Monday May 27th at 7pm in the Roter Laden, Friedrichshain. On the day after the EU election, Wenke Christoph, senior advisor in the Europe unit of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung will be trying to say what just happened?
  • And on 8-9 June we’ll be having our annual Summer Camp: Forms of Resistance in Dark Times in the Hermsdorf Naturfreundehaus, near Berlin. The provisional programme is now online here. Contact lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de to register, or if you need more information.

And now here’s a nice bulleted list of more events that are coming up in Berlin:


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Newsletter 11 May 2019

Welcome to this week’s LINKE Berlin Internationals Newsletter. If you’re reading this on Saturday, please come along to our election meeting this afternoon in PallasT (more info below).

Remember, if you have any events that you’d like us to tell people about, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.

 

First, here’s some events that we’re organising in the next couple of weeks:

  • This afternoon at 4.30pm, we’re organising a public meeting together with the HDP: Struggles and Challenges in Europe. Speakers are Özlem Demirel, main LINKE female candidate in the coming EU election, Maria Martinez who is standing for Unidas Podemos, in Spain and Antigoni Ntonti from Greece. Its in PallasT, Pallasstraße 35.
  • On Monday at 7pm, we’re meeting in the Café Plume to decided the programme for our Summer camp. Please come along, or send us your suggestions for what we should discuss.
    The Su
    mmer Camp itself is on 8-9 June in Hermsdorf. If you want to come, send a mail to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.
  • On Saturday, 25th May, we have our next Organising meeting to plan our future activities. Place and time to be decided. If you would like to come along, contact us at lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de.
  • Our next proper meeting is on Monday May 27th at 7pm in the Roter Laden, Friedrichshain. On the day after the EU election, Wenke Christoph, senior advisor in the Europe unit of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung will be trying to say what just happened?

And now here’s a nice bulleted list of more events that are coming up in Berlin:


Die LINKE Berlin Internationals

www.theleftberlin.wordpress.com

www.facebook.com/theleftberlin

Join our mailing list – send a message to lag.internationals@die-linke-berlin.de