What We Do
Fête de la Musique by GSBTB Open Music School
GSBTB Open Music School hosts the second edition of its New City Sounds event on the eve of Fête de la Musique.
Job offer in GSBTB Team – Buchhaltung/Administration
Vacant job opportunity at the GSBTB-team - join our dynamic and fun team!
A Berlin-Poland collaboration supporting volunteers working with refugees
GSBTB team member Hania Hakiel has co-initiated a new project to better support those volunteering with refugees, including offering free resources (downloads available here).
GSBTB’s February Mix-‘n’-Meet
Our first community event for this year, the February Mix-'n'-Meet at Refugio Berlin, was the perfect occasion for our community members to get familiar with GSBTB-run projects and even present their own initiatives.
GSBTB’S WORK METHOD
What actually is the methodology of GSBTB's work and how does it look like?
GSBTB community members taking NANSEN Magazine global
A huge number of GSBTB community members have collaborated on NANSEN, a magazine about migrants of all kinds.
GSBTB’s X-mas Team Up
GSBTB celebrated the end of an awesome year by doing what it does best - having a Xmas Party-themed Team Up with its amazing community.
GSBTB Open Kitchen collaborates with Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe
GSBTB Open Kitchen cooked up a storm last week, kicking off its monthly collaboration with the Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe.
Sharing is caring – support our work with an Xmas donation
Find your way to donate to us this Xmas.
Creative Approach to Trauma Workshop
GSBTB Open Art Shelter Manager Hania Hakiel provides a brief write-up of the Creative Trauma workshop, which revolves around creatively tackling working in tough environments.
Memories from a trip to Poland
GSBTB organized a trip to Poland with a family of newcomers they know very well - the first trip for this family where they were travelling for the sake of it, and not out of necessity.
GSBTB’s extra special Election Team-Up event
GSBTB brought local political leaders together with its community of "50 shades of migrants" to discuss the upcoming German elections and what the parties' policies could mean for the city's newcomers.