What We Do
The King and Queen of Sweden visit Give Something Back to Berlin
Give Something Back to Berlin was honoured to receive some very special guests last week: King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden.
English lessons for refugees: Interview with Silke Georgi
Silke Georgi runs GSBTB's English lessons for refugees on Wednesday nights. Here's an English translation of an interview she did for ImmobilienScout 24, which kindly lends us their office space for the lessons every week.
Aydan Özoguz attends the GSBTB Community Team Up at Klunkerkranich rooftop
We were honoured to host both Aydan Özoguz, Minister of State in the German Chancellery and Commissioner for Immigration, Refugees and Integration and Dr. Franziska Giffey, the mayor of Neukölln, to show them our projects and introduce them to our community.
GSBTB Open Kitchen at United Street Food event, Markthalle Neun
GSBTB Open Kitchen's profile in the streetfood scene continues to grow! In July we joined the United Street Food event at Berlin's best-known foodhall Markthalle Neun, hosted by Souk Berlin.
Little Prince lessons at Open Art Shelter
At the end of July the refugee shelter at Tempelhof Airport held an event to open a new sports hall there. As the GSBTB Open Art Shelter works there on a weekly basis, we were invited to be part of the event.
GSBTB Open Kitchen serves up a Syrian feast at Bite Club Umspannwerk
On 9 July GSBTB Open Kitchen was again serving up tasty dishes at the Bite Club Umspannwerk streetfood event, this time Syrian dishes under the direction of head chef and refugee Amjad.
Gardening at Klunkerkranich every Wednesday
At the beginning of June, GSBTB Open Art Shelter was welcomed to Klunkerkranich, the rooftop bar and garden in Neukölln. Now it's going to happen every Wednesday.
GSBTB Open Kitchen sells out at Bite Club event
The GSBTB Open Kitchen was invited to run a food stall at the latest iteration of Bite Club, held at the Umspannwerk event space in Kreuzberg at the beginning of June.
What do I want people to know about my Syria?
GSBTBers Hania Hakiel, Mohammad Othman and Waael Alafandy visited Wroclaw in April on invitation from the Goethe Institute, to attend an evening of connection-building between refugees and Polish locals as part of the European Capital of Culture Wroclaw 2016.
Open Art Shelter Klunkerkranich Rooftop Edition
Iconic Berlin bar Klunkerkranich hosted a very special edition of GSBTB Open Art Shelter, way up on a rooftop overlooking Neukölln and the rest of the city.
GSBTB wins top prize from UN and BMW at the Intercultural Innovation Award
Give Something Back to Berlin is proud to be chosen as the supreme winner of The Intercultural Innovation Award from the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and BMW group!
GSBTB and Berlin Music Commission – our “Music meets Refugees”
Last week Give Something Back to Berlin was excited to host "Music meets Refugees", an event which takes us "backstage" of the Berlin music industry.