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Sabine has built Berlin Mondiale since 2015 into a city-wide, interdisciplinary network in the context of migration, asylum, and exile. She studied Political Science, Ethnology, and German Studies in Göttingen, Krakow and Warsaw. Her doctorate in migration policy was completed at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), where she previously taught. As chairperson of the Urbane Praxis e.V. board and member of the Council for the Arts, she advocates for the cross-departmental and structural implementation of Urban Practice.
Program Curation and Network
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Laura is responsible for program curation and network.
Finances and Contracts
Chris manages the project's finances, contracts, and controlling aspects, using her 20+ years of experience to acquire third-party funding, create financial plans, and coordinate reporting, statistics, and documentation. She is responsible for communicating with grantors, cooperating partners, and fee earners to ensure efficient and effective communication. Additionally, Chris is responsible for fundraising and applying for grants to support the project's goals.
Program Direction | Urbane Praxis
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Houssein is an architect who studied in Damascus, Berlin, and Weimar and was a founding member of the Urban Practice project office. He is an urban activist focused on participatory socio-cultural urban design. Currently, Houssein works on developing concepts and programs for Berlin Mondiale, with a specific focus on coordinating with the cooperation partner degewo and utilizing two different locations: Platz ohne Name and Apfelsinenplatz.
Program Direction | Site Coordination
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Fetewei is an artist, urban gardener, and radio host who focuses on migration and migrants' experiences in the West. He studied sustainable agriculture in Ethiopia and Germany and is passionate about creating sustainable urban spaces that promote intercultural connections through gardening and other cultural activities. At Nachbarschafts-Campus Dammweg, he works on various projects and curates cultural activities that bring people from different backgrounds together.
Site Coordination "Platz ohne Name"
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Martina is a product design and spatial strategies expert with a strong focus on urban development. She specializes in revitalizing rural areas using innovative cultural methods and social interventions. At Berlin Modiale, Martina coordinates arts and culture programs at the "Platz ohne Name" hub in Marzahn, leveraging public space to promote social development within the district.
Network and Communication
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Arwa is a visual communication designer and sustainability strategist with a focus on creative industries. At Berlin Mondiale, she is responsible for the overall communication and communication strategy. She also coordinates networking events and manages the open office hours.
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Bianca coordinates and monitors the program at Apfelsinenplatz-Gropiusstadt. She has worked as an art educator and mediator for several years. She has collaborated with various galleries and museums in Berlin, as well as international contemporary art festivals.
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He is a humanities scholar and organizer. Previously, he worked as an event manager and future research consultant for German media corporations. At the Dammweg hub, he coordinates the interplay of activities, groups, and structures.
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She is a designer and photographer who studied photography in Tehran and is currently pursuing a degree in Visual Communication at the Berlin University of the Arts (KHB). She works as a communications assistant at Berlin Mondiale, supporting the development of visual and communicative materials
Finance and Contracts Assistance
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Rand is currently pursuing a degree in Social Work at the Catholic University of Applied Social Sciences. At Berlin Mondiale, she works as an assistant with a focus on finances and office management.