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How has protest changed in the face of climate change?

On the day of German-wide climate protests, in cooperation with the international literature festival berlin and activists of Extinction Rebellion, we will discuss the dynamics of the recent protests with contributors of the Extinction Rebellion Handbook Germany “Wann wenn nicht wir*” (S. Fischer, 2019) and a Green Party MEP.

Join us on September 20 at 19:30h at the CHB – Collegium Hungaricum in Berlin

The climate question has re-emerged as the defining question of our era. Climate justice movements have made the call for system change acceptable again through new ways of mobilising on the streets. Has activism changed in the time of climate change? What strategies work best for reaching the needed influence into effective policy for the socio-ecological transformation?

With Sina Kamala Kauffmann (Extinction Rebellion Germany), Magid Magid (Green Party MEP), Ulrike von Pilar (Ärzte ohne Grenzen).
Moderation: Daphne Büllesbach (European Alternatives).

After the conversation, at 21:00, everyone is invited to have drinks and exchange at the venue.


The event is supported by the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (German Civic Education Agency).
It will take place in English. Free admission.