Mon, 03 May | Cafe Hasenschänke in Hasenheide Park

Election and Referendum 2021. What can non-Germans do?

On 26 September, there will be general and local elections in Berlin. On the same day, the Deutsche Wohnen & Co Referendum for cheaper rents should take place. This meeting is to discuss how people without German passports can get involved in these campaigns.
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Election and Referendum 2021. What can non-Germans do?

Time & Location

03 May, 18:30
Cafe Hasenschänke in Hasenheide Park, Neukölln, 10965 Berlin, Germany

About the Event

The meeting will start with 2 presentations

  • Franziska Brychcy (LINKE councillor in Berlin with responsibility for European politics) and Jana Wekel from the LINKE election office will talk about the LINKE plans for its election campaign, why it makes sense for non-Germans to get involved, and what we can do concretely. This will be followed by a discussion and a chance to put questions to Franziska and Jana
  • Then Jaime Martinez Porro from the Deutsche Wohnen & Co English-language Right to the City group will talk about what the campaign has done so far and what the next planned steps are.

We will then have a series of Discussions about different ways in which people can be active.

  • Website relaunch
  • Social media strategy
  • Starting a Podcast 
  • Public Meetings in July, August, September
  • Networking/VoKü
  • Summer Camp in September

We are having this meeting outside after great demand to meet up face-to-face. If you are not able to attend physically, we will also set up an Internet link at

If you will be there live, please wear a protective mask and try and have a Covid test before the event. We're not sure how warm it will be, so best bring a coat.

We'll be monitoring the weather. If it looks like it will be too wet or too cold, we will just meet online. In this case, we'll send out a message on Sunday to everyone who has registered at

  • free registration

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