IWS RADIO #05 | On Anti-Semitism and Being Jewish in Germany

Sharon from IWS invited Chana Dischereit who is active with the Roma and Sinti Association Baden-Württemberg and the NSU Civil Tribunal, Iris Hefetz from Jewish Voice for Peace in the Middle East - Germany, and Inna Michaeli - a sociologist and feminist queer activist to share and discuss experiences of being Jewish in Germany, diverse Jewish identities, anti-Semitic conspiracy “theories” and political activism.


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IWS RADIO #04 | Fighting Systemic Racism With Anti Discrimination Law

Political activist Sanchita Basu and Green Party parliamentarian Canan Bayram are welcomed by Killa, Jennifer & Denise from IWS to talk about Berlin’s new anti discrimination law that was passed in June: What came before? What type of cases does it cover? What impact could it have? What will it take to see a similar law on the federal level?


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Corona Lager Reports – August 2020

"Hi girls. There’s something strange which has been going on in the lagers. The police have been harassing people on the pay day and the day to renew your stay here. They have been claiming that some people have some fine or something to pay. They take them with them. The social workers either they don’t give you the money or they refuse to renew your stay here."


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IWS RADIO #02: Black Lives Matter! – In The Mediterranean Sea Too

For this, the second, episode of IWS RADIO, Lavenda, Jennifer and Denise from IWS are joined by Diana Arce from Black Lives Matter Berlin and Hela Kanakane from Alarm Phone.


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Corona Lager Reports – July 2020

Hi everyone, this is the report from _____, Potsdam. It’s a relatively small Heim that has got a capacity of about 90 persons and currently it’s hosting almost three quarters, two quarters or three quarters of children. Because we have families the houses or the accommodation spaces are divided into two, we have a separate one for families and another small block that has got not more than 15 rooms that accommodates single persons and smaller families.


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Decolonization in Action Podcast: Migrant Chronicles in the Age of Coronavirus

For migrants living in Berlin, COVID-19 is raising questions about the health conditions of loved ones living abroad, as well as the rise of draconian measures that are linked with increased surveillance internationally. During this podcast episode, edna bonhomme speaks with two anticolonial migrants based in Berlin: Mugo Muna and Jennifer Kamau.


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