Tag: queer

Soli drinks: Home is where the Homo is

Soliparty Home is where the Homo is

Wann: Montag, 5. Juni 19:00
Wo: Möbel Olfe, Reichenberger Straße 177, 10999 Berlin

~~ DRINKS for RENT ~~ Drinks für die Miete ~~
DJ Hilwi
DJ Ipek (female:pressure / EklektikBerlinIstan)
Yousef Iskandar (middle eastern hits)
SIN س (arabic electro)

Finding housing in Berlin gets harder and harder especially for people depending on social benefits and facing multiple discrimination – like e.g. queer refugees.

SAWA Berlin is a project supporting queer refugees in Berlin to find a safe place to live running since September 2016. To cover unexpected costs like payment delays by Jobcenter or LAF or co-fund entry fees for Genossenschaften we’ll throw this party!

Drop by, dance and have a drink with us! We’ll be happy to tell you more about the project, how to get involved and who knows: Maybe you’ll meet your next room mate? 😉


Das Projekt SAWA Berlin vermittelt geflüchtete Queers an WGs und Wohnungsvermieter_innen. Ihr möchtet unterstützen oder bei euch ist was frei? Kommt vorbei, feiert mit uns und informiert euch!

Um Verzögerungen bei der Zahlung der Miete durch das Amt überbrücken zu können, planen wir, einen kleinen Fund anzulegen. Das Geld, dass an diesem Abend eingespielt wird, kommt dem zugute.

Call for Rally on Wed. (Feb. 24th): acute threat of eviction of radical queer wagonplace Kanal

KanalJust recently we learned from the press that Senat together with the Berlin districts published a list of places where so called „MUF“ (modular shelter for refugees) should be built. The only place on this list where people are living is our home in Kiefholzstraße 74, where a lager should be built to force us to leave. Until now there was no direct communication with us.

While BIM – Berlin grounds and houses company (that is maintaining selling property of the state) is fighting against us for two years and trying to make us sign a contract with racist paragraphs that forbid refugees, rrom_nja and people without papers or with Residenzpflicht to come to our ground.