Hej people, there are free places on our Sailing-Trip "Turning the Tide - Streaming for Climate Justice" on the sailing vessels LOVIS and HAWILA. “Turning the Tide – Streaming for Climate Justice” will again be the motto of our second cruise, that will take place in early September 2019. Onboard of the two traditional sailing vessels LOVIS (https://lovis.de/en/) and HAWILA (https://www.hawilaproject.org/) we will learn a lot about sailing and travel in an environmentally friendly way from Lübeck via Århus and Copenhagen to Malmö from the 31st of August until the 14th of September. Our aim is to spend this educational and action-loaded trip dealing with the demand for climate justice in workshops, talks and various forms of artwork. At our destinations we will creatively draw attention to the opportunities of a socially,economically and ecologically sustainable way of life in cooperation with local groups. We invite you to contribute to the program and to bring your ideas, interests, questions and skills. Now it is the time to sign up: if you want to participate in the sailing trip, please fill out our application formula and send it to us as soon as possible. We would be happy to learn from the experience and knowledge each one of the participants has. Therefore, we kindly ask you as a participation condition to prepare a workshop about a topic you are experienced or interested in before hand. We envision a culture of awareness and respect during the trip and expect all participants to follow this vision. Please sign up with this link: https://www.cognitoforms.com/TTT65/SignUpTurningTheTide2019 You have questions? Don't hesitate to write an email to TurningTheTide@posteo.de See you on the ship Your Turning the Tide-Crew You can also join our events during the trip: *31st August 2019* - *Lübeck* - (afternoon) Action in the city and (night) bicycle-cinema on sails *1st September 2019 - Lübeck* - Leaving and one-day sailing trip to Neustadt together with other ships *7th September 2019 - Århus* - Action and possibilty to crew-change *11-12th September 2019 -*Copenhagen * Sailing ships dancing in the Copenhagen harbour and dinner with international climate activists. *11th September, Copenhagen Harbor, 6.30-8 pm* The activist sailing ships Hawila and Lovis will sail a 'dance of ships' in the Copenhagen Harbor, between Langelinie, Little Mermaid and Refhaleøen, reminding us that our climate and planet can not wait, that we want to be part of change, now. *12th September*, *Magneten, Refshaleøen, 12 am-12pm* Meet each other at Magneten,join the crews of Hawila and Lovis, visit the ships and meet local citizens, international activists and artists. Encounter and share new ideas, make new friends, inspiration and network. *From 12 noon to midnight*, there will be open talks, workshops, music, dance and art, free, everyone is welcome. *At 7pm we serve a communal dinner* from rescued food, in collaboration with Copenhagen Foodsharing. If you like to present your idea, your project or something else relevant to dealing with climate change and climate justice, please contact us inadvance (-: email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> With love, the crews of Lovis, Hawila and your Copenhagen activists **- 13-14th September 2019 - Malmö **- Final Action and leaving the ships You have questions? Don't hesitate to write an email to TurningTheTide@posteo.de
28 young people from four European countries met shortly before the European elections on board of “Lovis” and in the ports of Malmö, Szczecin and Rostock with politicians and young and old people from civil society, who enjoyed and cursed the joy and effort of sailing and who finally left the ship with a laughing and a crying eye – that was Beyond Borders. The focus was on women’s rights in Poland and the EU, on climate change and climate activism and the question of a European identity, both on water and on land.
The result is a short reportage from Juni Media/ MV1, which gives you an insight into our project and which you can have a look at here: Cast off! A big thank you to all who have filled this project with their ideas, time and strength!
On 26th May 2019 the European elections will take place!
What do young people expect from it? How do they envisage an open and sustainable Europe?
28 young people from Germany, Romania, Slovakia and Poland are sailing on board of “Lovis” along the German, Swedish and Polish Baltic Sea coasts at the beginning of May 2019 – looking for answers! On board we develop future ideas and demands for a youth-friendly Europe. We invite you to get in touch with us: at 3 inspiring events, on 3 themes in 3 port cities!
Malmö, 11th May: Climate change
15:00 Welcome with coffee and sweets from Rude Food
16:00 Film screening “Beyond the red lines” by Cinema Politica Malmö
18:00 Discussion round on the topic “Climate – change – activism – politics” with politicians of the left and Greens from Sweden (requested), activists of #fridaysforfuture Malmö (requested) as well as of Pan African Movement (requested)
19:30 Open dinner on the pier in front of the University of Malmö, delivered by Yalla Trappan
*The event will take place in one of the rooms of the university building “Niagara” at Nordenskiöldsgatan 1 in Malmö. The exact location will be announced soon.
Szczecin, 15th May: Human rights
15:00 – 18:00 Open ship (Nabrzeże Starówka, Szczecin)
16:00 Market of possibilities with photo exhibition on the topic “Human rights”, an interactive art wall as well as a role game to the topic of “human rights”
19:00 Barbecue in front of “Lovis”
*The event will take place at Skwer Kapiatnów, Tadeusza Wendy 10c, Szczecin.
Rostock, 20 May: European identity?!
17:15 Presentation of the photo project “Human Rights”
17:30 Fish Bowl discussion with young people from the Beyond Borders project, Helmut Scholz (DIE LINKE), Niklas Nienaß (Grüne Jugend MV) and experts for Europe from the Ministry of the Interior and Europe M-V – and you!
19:00 Solidary kitchen
20:00 Concert with Lappalie
*The event takes place in the circus tent of circus”Fantasia” (Warnowufer 55, Rostock).
Further information can be found at instagram under _beyondborders!