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The SKB sees itself as a space in which people with very different personal and cultural backgrounds learn and work with each other. We and the participants in our courses and activities have a great variety of different national, cultural, sexual, religious, etc. identities. The acceptance of this diversity makes up the core of our self-image. If you should feel discriminated against in one of our courses or witness racist, antisemitic, homophobe, transphobe or otherwise discriminatory behavior and actions, please confide in the teacher or come to our office to let us know.
From 17.08.-21.08.2015 you can register for this Summer term's intensive classes Block II. We're looking forward to meeting you! [learn more]
A poetic journey with songs, from Armenian troubadour music to contemporary songwriters, from Roma folklore to Russian romances, from boleros and songs to modern ballads. [learn more]
For the coming Winter Semester 2015/16 we are looking for new members for the following languages: Arabic, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese. [How can I become a member of SKB?]
…and offers you a selection of courses in almost 20 languages and at least as many cultures. You can find the program and all of the information about registration here.
In summer semester 2015, the SKB invites you to join us for exciting events: you are welcome to attend a Catalan-Spanish-German evening as well as a Bulgarian evening with conversation and Balkan jazz. Come see us! [find out more]
Do you already know the "Lernwerkstatt" (learning workshop)? It is a place in which people learn creatively and self-determined as a group. The project of one of our members is currently seeking "Lernbegleiter*innen", i.e. people who would like to share their knowledge and abilities with others as volunteerss It is possible to organize a theme evening, offer workshops, regular discussion groups or study groups. The target audience is everyone who wants to learn, no matter what their age.
Currently the Lernwerkstatt is looking for people who would like to offer a cultural evening in which they provide a little insight into their language, culture and country. This series of evenings will take place in July and August on Saturday afternoons. If you are interested, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org!
You can read more about our project here.