Village.Berlin presents itself and its current projects, a reflexion on 5 years of activities, a lot of success and some failures.
An open talk & sharing with Kai Ehrhardt (representing Village.Berlin as a whole), Thomas Schallhart (representing: Queer Matters e.V. & Queers For Future), Aravind Parameswaran (representing Anti-Racism Committee for the questionnaire), Tchivett (representing Village Inclusion & Diversity Committee), Eric Le Rouge (representing Instinct Queer Art).
Five years and one pandemic later, Village.Berlin would like to look back, sum-up what happened, look at where we are and introduce some thoughts and ideas for the future. We have achieved a lot based on the generosity and good will of many - the devotion of countless hours put in by organisers, facilitators, volunteers, members, counsellors and donors.
We are proud where we are and what we achieved despite the lack of adequate financial resources and humans capacities. The vision of this project resonates very strongly in the hearts of many and this is why we are where we are today.
At the same time, we know we could not always tend to everything people expected of us and in some situations we downright failed.
From all that we are learning. We used the pandemic as an inflection point to look at everything and to re-dream this project, grow it to its next place and improve it where we fell short in the past. Please join us for this time of reflecting and dreaming.