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 […]
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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 […]
Review of our Annual Conference 2015 ” Two Narratives-One Future” It were difficult times as activists and officials from Israel, Palestine, Germany and over the world gathered in Jerusalem for Willy Brandt Center’s Annual Conference. The headline “Two Narratives – One Future” was more current than ever before in 2015. Facing the outbreak of violent […]
Review of our event: Facing the future together – more than 50 years of political youth exchange The history of political youth exchange between Germany and the Middle East dates back longer then the official establishment of the diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel 50 years ago. On occasion of this anniversary the Willy Brandt […]
Yasmini Fahimi, the SPD General Secretary visited the Willy Brandt Center in Jerusalem for a lecture and discussion with participants of our “Social Justice” project. She reported on the current political situation in Germany. The minimum wage already is an important achievement, but there is still a long way to go. The changes of working routines […]
Barcamp 29.10.2015, 16:00 pm Facing the future together – 50 years of political youth exchange Willy Brandt Center , 22 Ein Rogel St, Jerusalem (Abu Tor) On occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel” Willy Brandt Center invites you to take part in a BarCamp on […]
23-24.10.2015 In order to cope with the upcoming societal challenges and to lay the foundation for sustainable peace, we need to produce and share innovative knowledge linking creative thinking and politics. The team of WBC presents its current activities and invites you to take part in workshops and discussions on labor rights, natural resources, […]
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