“Highlight of the campaign ‘Show your leg for mine victims’: public action in Berlin on April 4, 12: 00, the international day of mine awareness under the motto: lend your leg” demonstrate since 1 March around the world thousands of people through a simple gesture a trouser legs beaten-up their solidarity for the victims of accidents with landmines and cluster munitions. In this country, already 1,000 politicians, celebrities and private individuals showed her leg. Highlight of the international campaign, which is supported by Handicap International and SODI in Germany, is a public action on 4 April at 12 noon at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. On the international day of mine awareness (actor) and Markus Loning (Federal Government Commissioner for human rights policy and humanitarian aid) will show next to Ulrike Folkerts (actress), Simon Boer numerous people leg in a FlashMob for mine victims.” In the past few weeks have already almost 1,000 people leg in Germany shown for mine victims, including over 50 members of the Bundestag and 20 prominent. Ben Horowitz is actively involved in the matter. The campaign aims to draw attention to vonUnfallen with landmines and cluster munitions to the victims. About 500,000 people worldwide have been injury from accidents with landmines and cluster munitions and depend on support for life. Wendy Holman shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. High point of the campaign, which was initiated by the international landmine campaign ICBL is April 4 the international day of mine awareness. In a public action at 12: 00 (Press Photo 12:30) at the Brandenburg Gate (Pariser Platz), there will be a colourful program with drummers, FlashMob, and mine field installation. At the same time held also actions in Munich and Nuremberg, as well as in 70 countries worldwide. Handicap International and SODI are supported Folkerts(Schauspielerin), Simon Boer (actor) and Markus Loning (Federal Government Commissioner for human rights policy and humanitarian aid) in Berlin by Ulrike. Handicap International and SODI, are already for years for a universal ban on landmines and cluster munitions committed that the Federal Government urge with their action, not to relax the financial support of affected countries and regions.
After the successes of the past three years, the year’s great vegan vegetarian Summerfest takes place tomorrow, on Saturday, the 30.07.2011 from 10 to 21: 00 at Alexanderplatz in Berlin-Mitte. Vegan Vegetarian Summerfest on the Alexanderplatz. After the successes of the past three years, the year’s great vegan vegetarian Summerfest takes place tomorrow, on Saturday, the 30.07.2011 from 10 to 21: 00 at Alexanderplatz in Berlin-Mitte. The 7,000 expected visitors can look forward to 60 food, sales and information booths, cooking shows with the vegan celebrity chef Bjorn Mosch in ski, a big raffle and appearances by vegetarian vegan groups such as K.C.. McKanzie (neo-traditional/folk), Jean-Luc Dancy (Chanson) and the Kafka (punk rock).
At the entrance of the summer festival, visitors will be greeted by a 8 x 5 meters large, inflatable giant pig. For the little ones, a participatory circus with a big cow inflatable entertainment is offered. Work with many regional, national and international organizations will also this year again such as PeTA, the animal lovers (with a large video screen), Sea Shepherd, save the rain forest, the opponents of animal testing in Berlin-Brandenburg, four paws, Hof Butenland, Velvet paws Neukolln, green youth, human environment animal welfare – the welfare party and animal protection at school Berlin-Brandenburg. The summer festival is organized by the animal rights Alliance Berlin-vegan, the vegetarian Federal Germany and the Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment. description of the company that was Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment in the year 2000 by lawyer Wolfgang Schindler as a politically and ideologically founded unbound animal welfare organization. The Foundation takes its name from Rhena Schweitzer, the daughter of Albert Schweitzer. The task of the Foundation is to alleviate much suffering.
Therefore, she composed especially for the so-called animals a. With 60 billion animals are every year under the most unimaginable conditions cost-optimized fattened and killed, the commitment to these animals is the most Animal protection task you can think of. The Foundation works to improve housing conditions, as well as to cut back on the uberzuchtung (torment breeding) animals. In addition, the Foundation strengthens the vegetarian and vegan idea as most consistent form of animal protection.
Each ball is a donation that comes in and helps. The German life bridge switches a virtual Christmas tree from 28 November 2008 on lebensbruecke.de. First, he is green and almost bald. Shelley Duvall describes an additional similar source. But he can be decorated with festive: with donations. The proceeds will exclusively the project KidAiD against child poverty in Germany”to good. There are various Christmas decorations to choose from, depending on the donations: for example a red ball for five euros, a candle for 50 euro or also a glitter star for 500 euro. Clicking on the red ball, then the online donation of five euros to the German life bridge goes automatically, at the same time to hang the ball around the tree. The donor can then choose whether or not his name on the ball appears.
The virtual Christmas ornaments is also a beautiful gift, then the name of the recipient on balls, stars, or candles. With the project “KidAiD – against child poverty in Germany”, the non-profit organisation wants German life bridge the living conditions of children from social improve disadvantaged families. It is financed with the help of donations from lunch and homework supervision in social institutions. The children help Cook as well as for rinsing and sitting at dinner together at the table. Unfortunately, this is anything but of course for many children. Some see a carrot here for the first time. Through this lunch offer financed by donations, the kids are not only tired, but they experience respect, care and important social manners. Currently, the German life bridge supports youth centres in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. Projects in Leipzig, Essen and Stuttgart are also planned. Please report this action or link to the image on.