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About Cheb Kammerer
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Entries by Cheb Kammerer
Wednesday, 15 June 2016, 7pm (19.00) “On the Side of the Road” A documentary by Lia Tarachansky The director is present. This is a film about the questions Israelis cannot ask, about the fight to keep memories buried, and about the violence of attempting to silence a history. It is a story told by Lia […]
Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at 7pm (19.00) Red Lounge Movie Night at the Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem “My Arab Friend” in attendance of the director Noga Nezer “An Israeli girl goes on a surreal journey to the heart of the Palestinian Territories to find her lost Arab friend.” “Noga isn’t really interested in the Israeli-Palestinian […]
Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at 7pm (19.00) Red Lounge Movie Night “My Arab Friend” in attendance of the director Noga Nezer An Israeli girl goes on a surreal journey to the heart of the Palestinian Territories to find her lost Arab friend. Noga isn’t really interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She just wants to live […]
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7pm (19:00) “HeartBeat Live” Concert in the garden of the WBC Our dear partners from Heartbeat Jerusalem wrap up the spring semester & present to us the progress they made, the art they created & the experiences they shared. Don’t miss the concert on Tuesday in our lovely garden We […]
On April 9th 1996 three socialist youth movements from Israel, Palestine and Germany decided to strengthen their ties by creating the Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem. This year we are celebrating our 20th anniversary. We are looking back to our political cooperation, our educational programmes and social art projects. At the same time we are moving […]
Trade unions take an active part in the mediating process between workers and employers, and strengthen workers’ rights vis-à-vis the state and in the framework of employment. Hence trade unions are uniquely equipped for the work of civil conflict transformation, fair negotiations and fighting social injustice. The publication “From Social Justice to Peace – chances […]
Red Lounge at the WBC Jerusalem March 16th, 2016 at 7 pm (19:00) Screening and discussion on occasion of „WomensHistoryMonth“ “Revolution Girls” by Natasha Dudinski “How many revolutions must a woman go through before she reaches 40?” Revolution Girls is the story of one generation of Czech women who took part in the 1989 Velvet […]
Thursday, March, 17th, 2016 at 19:00 | Colloquium at the WBC Jerusalem What about workers’ rights today in our region? What’s the role of trade unions in a neoliberal labour market? The WBC Jerusalem has published a field study on worker politics and union activism with an emphasis on young workers in Palestine and Israel. […]
Political cinema at its best! Can’t Be Silent – On Tour with The Refugees A Film by Julia Oelkers Wednesday 20.1.2016 um 19:00 Can’t Be Silent – On Tour with The Refugees They are musicians from Africa, the Balkans and Iran. And since May 2012 they have been touring Germany with songwriter Heinz Ratz […]
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