Save the Wall! – East Side Gallery endangered

Protesters at the East Side Gallery on March 17th 2013

The East Side Gallery is one of the few and longest lasting original sections of the Berlin Wall. It is also considered to be the largest open-air art gallery in the world, and used to be 1300 meters long, but it Continue reading

Where are you going?! (2)

Part 2 “We are staying” The refugees are being persistent in their fight. They have been in Berlin for a month already. A hunger strike at the Brandenburg Gate led to a session in the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, in which Continue reading

Where are you going?! – Asylum Seekers in Germany

Turgay Ulu, standing in front of the info point, says: "I want to be free."

Part 1 Violation of the human right to freedom of movement in Germany A group of asylum seekers walked 600 kilometers in 29 days from Würzburg, in Northern Bavaria, to Germany’s capital Berlin. Fifteen people started the march, in the Continue reading

“Sehnsucht” – freedom of movement in pictures

SEHNSUCHT (c) Nicolas Balcazar

“When I moved from Peru to Germany in 2004, I bought a small digital camera and wanted to capture my journey. I starting taking more and more pictures and I soon realized that I focus on details not everyone does”, Continue reading

Jeff Jarvis on Internet and Freedom of Movement


The MaG asked Jeff Jarvis how the internet will change freedom of movement. Jarvis is an American author and a visionary. He has published two well-known books: “What would Google do?” (2009) and “Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves Continue reading