Current Projects
Current Projects
Haifa/Bremen – Urban Cities 2030 – Density, Social Mixture, Technology
Urban development is an important, complex issue in many different cities throughout the world. It includes attempts to expand integration and diversity in urban areas, to incorporate societal, social and environmental aspects and to make these accessible to a broad section of the public. The aim is also to improve … Continue reading
Urban Farming Center as Community Center for Sustainable Development
This project focuses on the development of a concept for an urban farming center (UFC) for sustainable and forward-looking urban development associated with local community food supply. The long-term vision is to establish additional UFCs in Germany and Israel. The Association for Urban Farming (AUF) in Tel Aviv and … Continue reading
Post-Soviet Immigrant Identity in Contemporary Germany and Israel
In this one-year bilateral project, young people who grew up in the former Soviet Union will examine their experiences of migration and integration in Israel and Germany.Through discussions and creative exchange within the groups in Germany and Israel, between the two groups and with the organizers, participants … Continue reading
Media Challenges in the Digital Era in Germany and Israel
The health of our democracies has come under attack. The project will bring together Israeli and German students to discuss current challenges facing democracies and to develop strategies and propose solutions to defend media and democracy in Israel and Germany. The participants will learn how to promote solutions … Continue reading
Voices in the Distance – Music in the Negev and Brandenburg
In this project, those in society who are unheard and under-represented will be given a voice through a musical composition. Important issues from rural areas in both countries will be explored through music in a creative process.In democratic societies, every vote counts equally. The project participants creatively … Continue reading
Re-Born Textiles – The development of an innovative and sustainable system for urban textile waste management
The fashion industry is one of the main contributors to environmental pollution. Around ten percent of urban waste consists of textiles, yet only a small proportion of these are disposed of sustainably and re-used. The Re-Born Textiles exchange initiative aims to develop an innovative, sustainable system of urban … Continue reading