Here they are: The fresh biweekly Gauss tips from September 8th to 21st, 2021
Open Air – Jewish Cinema: Displaced (2020) by Sharon Ryba-Kahn – September 9th, 2021 at 8:30 pm
Filmmaker Sharon Ryba-Kahn has a difficult relationship with her home country Germany, as she belongs to the third generation of survivors of the Shoah. When her father contacts her after seven years, she begins to reconstruct her family history. Through this, she wants to better understand the life of her paternal family. This look into the past raises questions in particular about the relationship of non-Jewish society to history.
Free admission, a donation is requested.
Registration at 0178-6723594 or email@example.com
Fair Week 2021 – September 10th to 26th, 2021
From September 10th to 26th, Fair in Braunschweig e.V. wants to inform, discuss and show solidarity for a humane and sustainable economy here and everywhere under the motto “ZUKUNFT FAIR GESTALTEN – #FAIRHANDELN FÜR MENSCHENRECHTE WELTWEIT” in Braunschweig. The Mayor Ulrich Markurth has taken over the patronage of the action weeks again this year. The theme shows how a humane and sustainable economy can be shaped.
Various workshops, city tours, exhibitions, film screenings and more will take place during the fair weeks.
You can find the program here.
6th job fair braunschweig – September 10th to 11th, 2021
In business since 2004 and a total of 20 locations in Germany. The jobmesse deutschland tour has its own standards among recruiting fairs. Whether it’s an apprenticeship, a suitable course of study with future prospects, a career change with enough potential, or a lucrative part-time model – nowadays people aren’t just looking for “any” job, but for a suitable job that suits them. Whether the match between employer and employee is right can often only be found out in a personal interview.
The trade fair program provides inspiration and valuable input on top of the latest job market trends.
Free admission for students.
More info here.