Right to
the City

“Deutsche Wohnen & Co. Enteignen” campaign interviews
“It is important to accurately name the problem: It is not migrants causing the housing crisis. Capitalism turns something that ought to be a human right—our homes—into profits for offshore shareholders.”

As Berlin rents rise, migrants and cultural workers push for reform. Members of the English-speaking migrant working group, Right to the City for All from the Deutsche Wohnen & Co Enteignen campaign, Pedro Marum and Lou Drago explain the criticality of giving non-citizens a say in city housing issues.

A clarion call to radically shake up Berlin’s housing market through the upcoming referendum to take back thousands of apartments into public ownership - and to create better protections for migrants, LGBTQIA+ community and sex workers.

article on Arts of the Working Class,
interview for Refuge Worldwide by Steindór Jónsson.
in collaboration with Pedro Marum.