Women artists from the Open Hearts Space opens an exhibition
Give Something Back to Berlin turns 10 and we want to celebrate it with you! Will you join us?
We stand in solidarity with Ukraine and is ready to help those displaced by war. / Ми солідарні з Україною та готові допомагати тим, хто тікає від війни.
We talked to Teeb Aljammal, a young artist and regular participant of the Open Art Space, who recently exhibited her art collection FEMININE CONSCIOUSNESS at the Refugio Café.
Open Hearts Space looks for someone to support an 11-year-old girl from the community with her Math and German homework.
When ChartMogul wanted to donate to GSBTB as part of their new corporate initiative, we wanted to learn more about the reasons behind.
Long time no see!
It's been a while since we last had a community gathering and we are now rolling up our sleeves!
Are you a Russian-speaking young journalist interested in research and reporting on Ukraine? If so, this fully-funded study trip might be for you!
Wilma Prior is a cook and a committed volunteer at Open Kitchen. She tells about present food practices and how we cook during our regular Wednesday afternoon social cooking sessions.
Our Community Manager, Hesham, is available every Thursday from 4 to 6 PM to help you with bureaucracy, job coaching and any other question you might have.
The Open Music School recently started hosting different events on Arabic music. An opportunity to listen to beautiful performances as well as to learn more about the history and structure of Arabic music.
As a result of the massive influx of migrants, which saw the largest groups coming from Syria and Afghanistan, a German “Wilkommenkultur,”or Welcome Culture, quickly developed. Instigated by German civil society, groups voluntarily mobilized en masse to support refugee integration in numerous ways. This included the establishment of a number of grassroots organizations – an estimated 150 in Berlin alone.
Around this table, our relations became closer, and we became more than a family. We became close, and this table became the nucleus of our supposed homeland, which we built together, meal by meal and cup by cup.
Leaving your home behind to begin anew may positively affect your life. However, it also creates psychological challenges that all who migrate face.
Sudanese refugee Alhag Ali introduces us to some of the interesting aspects of the Arabic language.
World Cities Day is celebrated each year on the 31st of October. But what is it about? Take a moment to read Clotilde Vivier's article on the future of our cities.
GSBTB is on the look for a working student
Leaving a decade behind, GSBTB looks into the future and discusses its next move
"Our answer to the challenges of integration work is simple: Get Involved! Meet your neighbours. Get to know whoever is considered “the other”. Work together," writes Annamaria Olsson in the foreword of our 10 Year Impact Report.
We celebrated our 10th anniversary last week and threw a birthday party as diverse and fun as our organization itself. Our speakers sent out strong messages, and the performers made the dancefloor go wild.
10-year-anniversary T-shirts "Stronger Together" are available to buy!
We are looking for a part-time Communications and Partnerships Assistant! Deadline for applications: 30 November 2021