Not every day I find a great blog with interviews about leadership, and even rarer to find one that is this good and in German.
It’s common for angry people to be dismissed but it is also a fully wrong and unjust attitude.
“Wie kann es sein, dass die aufwändig erarbeiteten und austarierten Betreuungs- und Versorgungsnetze aus Kita, Schule, Hort, Babysitter*in, Großeltern, Tagesmutter-/vater und weiteren Mitbetreuenden, von Verpflegung in Einrichtungen und haushaltsnahen Dienstleistungen von heute auf morgen von behördlicher Seite gestrichen werden, ohne dass gleichzeitig Aussichten auf Kompensations- und Unterstützungsangebote gemacht werden?”
I had just accepted this like everybody else, but the question is more than justified.
A short and clear argument for a degrowth economic model based on the British wartime effort: rationing and government control of production goals.
Nice to find some more socially conscious and also quality rap in Germany.
A Turkish guy in a van turns the corner tight enough to almost run us over. He then stops and pulls down the window: “Möchtest du mir etwas sagen?”
To which I better don’t reply: “Ja, ‘senin ananı babanı sikeyim.'”
These guys are so easily triggered. Once I did say this and the dude followed me through half of Schöneberg in his car.
Wir üben keinen Druck auf unsere Mieter aus. Kein Mieter wird bei uns verdrängt. Das würde gegen unsere Werte verstoßen.
A quote by Ralf Spann the boss of Akelius, a private housing corporation in Berlin, who are known to intentionally shut down hot water and other amenities to get people to vacate their apartments.
Akelius is one of the corporations that is on the chopping block to be expropriated.
Berlin is finally thinking of fixing its totally and utterly broken website. That’s good news but a shame that we have had to use this monstrosity for the past ten years.
We were represented at PM Camp last week and here’s a blog post (in German) by Alicia, one of my team members about the way we work.
Berlin is instituting a rent cap which honestly is the only way the city will remain liveable for the majority of its inhabitants.