Rita Segato, Katja Kipping, Barbara Fried

Sorgende Städte

Part of “Berlin bleibt! #4”

Moderation: Margarita Tsomou


German / German simultaneous translation / Spanish / Spanish simultaneous translation / approx. 90 mins.

How can municipal providers, neighbours and city politicians work together to develop care structures that are located close to people's homes? How can infrastructures be democratically restructured in order to establish a city politics that prioritises the needs of care? Argentine anthropologist Rita Segato and Katja Kipping will talk with members of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation’s “Sorgende Städte” (“Caring Cities”) project about how care work can be organised collectively at a local level as well as how feminist organising plays a role in this process.                                                                                                                            



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    Fri 17.6.2022, 20:00 / HAU2


Part of “Berlin bleibt #4 – Treffpunkt Mehringplatz”, a festival by HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Funded as part of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. 


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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