Starting in 2001, the Mobile Counseling Team against Right-wing Extremism (MBR – Mobile Beratung gegen Rechtsextremismus in Berlin) has been offering counsel and support to anyone in Berlin willing or needing to become active against right-wing extremism, racism and anti-Semitism.
… What can we do? Do we have to kick them out? Or should we try to cater towards their needs, so they won’t cause trouble elsewhere? How can we draw these youth in without pushing others out?
… How can the organization I work for become engaged in protest? Where do initiatives meet? Where can I get information, materials, and supplies? And how do I create a successful press campaign?
… how does one distinguish between anti-Semitism and a critique of the Israeli government’s policies? How can awareness and support be promoted among colleagues? Which steps can be taken? What course material is available, what projects can be developed? Whom can I cooperate with?
… Where can I find like-minded people? I want to take up action, perhaps become engaged politically, but how? Is there a youth group to join? How can people like me find a space to hang out, may-be even a youth club?
How can I address the conflict in a factual fashion? How can it be resolved without applying racialized patterns? How can communication between neighbors with different backgrounds and history be improved?
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