03 Ι 04 Ι 05 May 2024

A weekend with a view

Look closely at what is happening.
Ilse Aichinger

Alexander

Alexander works as a journalist and translator for the Belarusian media outlet NEXTA in Warsaw, Poland. His parents were active in the Belarusian democracy movement and migrated to Germany in the late 1990s. Despite being born in Germany, Alexander is highly interested in the political situation in Belarus. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Society.

Ahmed Alnaouq 

Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist from Gaza and the co-founder of We Are Not Numbers, a collective that trains the next generation of Palestinian writers to publish their stories in English. Ahmed is also is a co-founder of Across the Wall, a media platform that tells Palestinian stories in Hebrew. Ahmed obtained a Chevening Scholarship to pursue a […]

Biancka Arruda Miranda

Biancka Arruda Miranda was born in Brazil and has been living in Germany since 2017. She is a political scientist (with an M.A.), environmental and human rights activist, involved with the ecumenical office in Munich Öku-Büro e.V. and board member of KoBra- Kooperation Brasilien e.V. as well as Commit e.V.  On radio channel Radio Lora München, she hosts the programme “in Brasilien […]

Barış Altıntaş

Barış Altıntaş is an Istanbul-based journalist. Early on in her career, she worked for different news agencies and newspapers in Ankara and Istanbul including the Economic News Agency (EBA) and Turkish Daily News, reporting on politics, women’s rights and science. Later, she moved on to working as a freelance journalist, contributing to websites of newspapers […]

Yaraslava Ananka

Yaraslava Ananka is a scientist of Slavic Studies, essay writer and translator from Belarus living in Berlin. She is a scientific co-worker at the Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies and a member of the Belarussian PEN Centre. 

Wolfgang Andexlinger 

Wolfgang Andexlinger studied architecture at the TU Vienna as well as at the TU Delft in the Netherlands. He worked for several years as a lecturer at the Institute for Urban Design and Spatial Planning at the University of Innsbruck, where he received his PhD and his habilitation. Since 2016 he is the city planner of […]

Anna Aridzanjan

Anna Aridzanjan is a journalist working for the Audience Development Department at t-online. She is a descendant of survivors of the Armenian Genocide, which started 1915 and was born in Yerevan, Armenia. When Anna was four years old Anna’s family fled to Germany, where she now lives with her husband and children. 

Barbara Bachmann

Barbara Bachmann is a freelance reporter from South Tyrol. Her work mainly includes long-term projects, reports and portraits for newspapers and magazines such as Reportagen, the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin and mare.

Marcus Bachmann

Marcus Bachmann is Advocacy and Humanitarian Affairs Advisor for Médecins Sans Frontières / Ärzte ohne Grenzen – Österreich. He has twenty years of international experience in complex humanitarian crisis situations. The Tyrolean has focused on emergency responses to natural disasters, such as the earthquakes in Haiti and Türkiye, in war and conflict zones, such as Afghanistan, […]

Werner Bätzing

Werner Bätzing, cultural geographer, is considered the doyen of Alpine research. He was born in 1949 in Kassel and grew up on the countryside of North Hesse. Between 1968 and 1974, he studied Evangelical Theology and Philosophy at the Bethel University and at the University of Tübingen and Heidelberg. Graduating with a first Theological Degree. […]