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KuBiZ

KuBiZ offers a place for all those who want to stand up for low-hierarchy, self-organized and emancipatory ways of life. It offers a free space for self-organized activities, creativity and social commitment beyond racist, anti-Semitic and authoritarian patterns of thought and action. Cooperation and mutual help are central elements of KuBiZ's organizational structure. The aim is to include as many of the projects in the building as possible in the self-organization process in an integrated organizational model. Sharing resources and exchanging know-how and experience form an important basis for emancipatory projects. In addition to cultural projects, such as a multifunctional cultural space with theater, concerts and film screenings, there is an educational area with political youth and adult education.

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Swap, Give & Borrow / circular economy.
Workshop and handicraft
PoC
Meeting-up and culture
Youth

Services

  • Wood workshop

    Description
    The "Holzwerkstättin" is a self-help wood workshop that can be used for a donation by anyone who appreciates working and building in a gender-sensitive environment. We are craftspeople (carpenters and joiners) and amateurs and would like to maintain and create a communally used free space for self-organized crafts with and for others in the "Holzwerkstättin".
    Weekdays
    Unregular
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    For free / donation, Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Unfunded, Critical of power
  • Urban gardening

    Description
    The open garden at KuBiZ is a community garden. On the beautiful grounds of the KuBiZ we have vegetable patches and much more: around 30 fruit trees, meadows, a rock garden, perennials and shrubs, flowers, herbs... In this non-commercial place, we share many things: beds, tools, friendships, time, activity and peace, and above all a lot of joy in learning about the fascinating world of plants and soil.
    Weekdays
    Saturday
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    For free / donation, Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Unfunded
  • Meeting place

    Description
    The Bunte Kuh is an anti-fascist, anti-racist and anti-sexist youth organization with a focus on political education and self-administration.
    Weekdays
    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    For free / donation, Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Unfunded, Critical of power
  • residence / seminar-house

    Description
    The seminar and guest house "tagungswerk" is run autonomously by a collective of the Förderverein Offene Bildung Umwelt Kultur e.V.. In addition to offering rooms and equipment for seminars, conferences and meetings, the educational collective offers its own educational program on the topics of anti-racism, anti-fascism, ecology, solidarity-based economy, self-administration and world economy/development policy and is involved in the field of intercultural and transnational exchange.
    Weekdays
    Unregular
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Critical of power
  • Bike workshop

    Description
    B.K.N.E. is a bicycle self-help workshop where people can repair their bicycles themselves and have access to tools, used replacement parts and support. The workshop can also be used as an infrastructure and network for various groups that carry out bicycle-related projects and it allows various bicycle-related workshops to take place here. In the workshop, a lot is recycled and reused: a relatively large stock of spare parts and materials made from old bicycle parts and useful materials is available. We run the workshop as a collective in which decisions are made by consensus. It is important to us that the place is queer-friendly and that transphobia, sexism and macker behavior are not tolerated there. In the workshop, people should be able to learn from each other in solidarity and no self-appointed experts should tell anyone how things are done. We would be delighted if you came along with your bikes and/or wanted to join us.
    Weekdays
    Wednesday, Thursday
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Str. 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    For free / donation, Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Grass-roots democratic, Critical of power
  • Co-working space

    Description
    The Open Space is an attempt to open up a space in which politically, socially and culturally engaged people have equal access to all resources within this space. The users expand each other's scope for action by realizing their projects within this space and at the same time making them available in mutual agreement. The following sub-projects are realized within the open space: Multifunctional action, stage, event, studio and craft room, small newspaper archive of social movements, open library, computer workstation with Internet.
    Weekdays
    Unregular
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Unfunded
  • Clothes

    Description
    The freeshop is based on the principle of giving. You can come to the store and take and/or bring things. Bringing and taking are not tied to an exchange.
    Weekdays
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
    Locations
    • Bernkasteler Straße 78
      13088 Berlin
    Languages
    German
    Accessibility
    For free / donation, Without membership, Without papers
    Classifications
    Self-organized, Unfunded