July 2004: Migration

Plotki Released Voluntarily

It is DONE: the new Plotki is out now. Read our Release Party Review. Read more

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Test the Web: A site on migration

A new English website on international migration in the Czech Republic and Central and Eastern Europe ist out now. Read here for further information. Read more

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We didn’t come for money; we came to live

Asylum seekers are uprooted from a place and their next journey usually holds no promise. The story of a young Polish couple – Martin and Anna – and its survival strategy. Read more

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Don’t worry Mom, I’m fine

A Refugee from Chechnya and his life in Berlin. Join the photo ride through his daily life! Read more

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The invisible minority

The Polish people are the second largest ethnic group in Berlin. But where are they? And who are they? Follow Plotki on the search through “putzfrauen-wgs”, students’ hostels, train stations and broadcasting corporations. Read more

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“I’m just an Iranian like the others”

Edik Denkopian’s only mistake is to be also a Christian

A talk about what life is like, when both options do not exist: staying in the Netherlands and going back to Iran. Read more

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How do I integrate myself well?

Integrate! Don’t be different! Not only asylum seekers or foreigerns are confronted with the order to adapt. But how can it be done well? The german writer Feridun Zaimoglu tells us. Read more

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Seven Private Views

“You want to take a picture of me?”
No, I would like to take a picture for you.”
A photographic essay about asylum seekers in Berlin. Read more

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