We have been showing independent film productions from all over the world since 1992.
filmclub casablanca e. V.
Every second Monday at 8 pm at STRAZE.E-mail contact
The Casablanca e.V. film club has been showing small, special films in Greifswald and the surrounding area since 1992. The programme includes independent film productions from all over the world, if possible in the original and both feature films and documentaries. So far, the film club still shows 35mm films with original film projectors of the "TK 35" Tonkinokoffer system. New films are only released digitally, so a beamer is used in addition to the tried and tested technology.
We are a mixed a capella choir and develop a new programme of world music, pop and jazz and contemporary every year.
Choir practice Mondays 5-7:11 pm in the STRAZE
E-mail contactChortippus at Mastodon
The somewhat different choir in Greifswald - world music, pop, jazz, contemporary and even theatre music...
We are a mixed a capella choir and work together every year on a colourful three/four-part programme of world music, pop, jazz and contemporary music, with a lot of fun in singing together. Choral voice training and stage presence training are not neglected either, as there is a final concert for our programme every summer.
We spend one or two choir weekends together to get to know each other and to rehearse intensively. For those who can't get enough, there is the opportunity to do even more in small open ensemble groupings.
We run the traditional sailing ship "Lovis" together and in a self-organised way - a floating free space that you can make your own with seminars, class trips, campaigns, action trips or leisure trips.
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 77 68 46
Can you learn ecological, socio-political and social responsibility at a seminar? No! But one can encourage it. The seminars at Lovis pursue this goal. They give children, young people and adults a possible answer to the question of why it is worth getting involved. In addition to seminars, a variety of other trips also take place on the Lovis: Campaigns and action trips, leisure trips or nature and culture trips. You have an idea? We have a ship! Together we will plan your trip and help you to realise it.
We sail Lovis together - it takes many hands to sail such a big ship! All those who sail with us are therefore part of the crew that moves the ship. And not only that: everyone also contributes to the necessary care work, cooks and cleans and looks after each other.
Every now and then we are asked "Who owns the Lovis?" A club. So we could actually also say: us. We, that's about 30 people between 20 and 60, make decisions together. We also argue, but without losing our appreciation for each other. And: we not only share decisions, but also responsibility. For the safety of the ship, the content and the profitability of the project.
Would you like to get to know us and sail with us? Then write to us or browse our website for trips and construction weeks to join in.
We organise project days at schools on topics of global justice, the Repair Café, VeRa (verquer.-Radio), print events with [druckkammer], weekly children's and youth meeting in Schönwalde and much more.
verquer. – Diverse education in Western Pomerania
Monday till Friday: 9 am - 4 pm at STRAZE
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 77 37 881
Since 2011, verquer. has been organising educational and information events on global justice issues.
We position ourselves
... for global justice without dependency relations,
... for human rights and a diverse coexistence without discrimination and racism,
... for a sustainable use of resources,
... for a democratic and solidary coexistence.
We organise project days at schools on topics of global justice, the Repair Café, VeRa (verquer. radio), print events with [druckkammer], and weekly children's and youth meetings in Schönwalde. In addition, verquer. regularly organises public events. For example, film screenings, lectures or workshops.
We offer you space, time and equipment to rediscover tailoring and other handicrafts, to use resources more sustainably and to make individual clothes.
Open sewing workshop Kabutze
Opening hours: Tuesday 2-6 pm, Thursday 4-8 pm
Plenum to join in: every 2nd Wednesday 7 pm
Mobile: +49 (0) 163 75 36 988E-mail contactInstagram and Facebook
The open sewing workshop offers you space, time and equipment to rediscover tailoring and other handicrafts, to use resources more sustainably and to make individual clothes. The Kabutze is run on a voluntary basis by young people who show you the sewing machines and help you with your sewing projects. In addition, we focus on exchange among the users. You can use the workshop and all materials for a donation (recommended donation 3-6 euros/hour). Twice a month we offer sewing workshops with a focus on tailoring or upcycling. You can also learn to sew in our sewing courses. In film evenings, public lectures and actions we deal with the social and ecological consequences of the fashion and textile industry. You can find the current programme on our website.
We organise events on topics such as the climate crisis and health, the DRG system and mental health, and we also campaign for the teaching and performance of abortions.
Working Group on Medicine and Human Rights
Plenum: Mondays at 8 pm in the STRAZE
E-mail contactInstagram and Facebook
As AG medicine and human rights, we want to take a critical look at the implementation of human rights in the field of health and medicine. One thematic focus is on the effects of the climate crisis on health. We also deal with feminist issues such as abortion or flinta* health. We organise various events such as workshops, lectures or film evenings. We are also happy to work together with other initiatives for events, such as the Arbeitskreis kritischer Jurist*innen (Working Group of Critical Lawyers). Furthermore, we are networked on a national and international level. If you would like to get involved with us or just want to get to know us, please come along or write to us. We always meet on Mondays at 8 pm in the STRAZE.
We are an initiative for cross-border voluntary service in Western Pomerania.
Initiative for Volunteer Service Turbina Pomerania
Availability in the STRAZE: please check the homepage.
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 77 37 882
Mobile: +49 (0) 157 30 98 87 37
We want to change the world and start with voluntary service.
We promote civic engagement by enabling people of different ages to volunteer in social, cultural or ecological projects in Germany or around the world, thus gaining valuable experience for themselves and helping to shape society. We work across borders with a network between our many different placement sites and their volunteers.
We would like to see better regional networking in Western Pomerania and also across Polish-German and other international borders. We live and work in a region from which many people leave and to which few move. We want to make a small contribution to changing that.
We are interested in human rights, culture, environmental education, global learning, peace, environmental protection and emancipation and want to bring together those who live and do so in Western Pomerania and West Pomerania. We want to strengthen civil society in our region while taking a global perspective.
We are a queer education and anti-discrimination project from Greifswald.
Queer education and anti-discrimination project
Team meeting (eduaction): please contact jamie[at]bildung-qube[dot]de
Plenary (event planning): please contact miro[at]bildung-qube[dot]de
Office hours: by appointment
Mobile: +49 (0) 151 67 19 27 51 (education)
Mobile: +49 (0) 151 67 19 27 52 / +49 (0) 152 56 71 74 21 (events, empowerment)
Instagram and Facebook
What we do
We create spaces for empowerment, give workshops for different target groups and organize public events. With our offers we want to stimulate, try out and practice diversity-inclusive and anti-discriminatory action.
A central part of anti-discrimination work for us is empowerment. We organize practical and artistic empowerment workshops by and for (also multi-discriminated) queer people. The workshops enable networking and the development of action strategies and resources in dealing with discrimination.
We assume that all people bear responsibility for counteracting discrimination and other forms of violence. We therefore offer educational programs on queer diversity and anti-discriminatory action for various target groups - from school project days to further training for professionals.
In order to normalize queer diversity in society, it is important to be a visible / audible / readable and tangible part of it. Together with cooperation partners, we organize our own events and participate in existing local event series.
There is a podcast about our work, which is broadcasted by local radio stations and is available on our website with transcription.
Who we are
Qube is run by a volunteer team, supported by four part-time staff members since March 2020. Experiential perspectives as, for example, trans*, queer and/or disabled people shape our work. We are happy to have the support of allied people.
We are located in the STRAZE in Greifswald. There we have our offices and bring queer perspectives into the operation of this self-managed project. Since January 2021, our supporting association is the Jugend kann bewegen e.V. (Youth can move). We share similar goals with the association, such as the concern to create offers by and for (multi-)discriminated people.
Our work is currently financed by the funding of our model project "BAEM! Queere Bildungs-, Antidiskriminierungs- und Empowermentarbeit in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern lokal verankern" (BEAM! Queer education, anti-discrimination and empowerment work in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania locally anchored") in the federal program "Demokratie leben!". We receive co-financing from the "GLS Treuhand - Dachstiftung für individuelles Schenken".
We are open to ideas and criticism and would be happy to hear from people who, after this project presentation, feel like working with us or getting involved in our work!
We give a voice to nature in the region.
NABU Regionalgruppe Greifswald e. V.
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 77 37 883
NABU Greifswald is a regional subdivision of the Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union of Germany, one of the environmental associations with the largest membership in the Federal Republic. Together we get involved and are committed to people and nature - especially to biodiversity and the protection of intact habitats, good air, clean water, healthy soils and the careful use of our finite resources. In addition to the active board of directors, which is made up of volunteer members, there are numerous expert groups that specialize in topics relevant to nature conservation.
We support migrant engagement and volunteering in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
House of Resources Greifswald
Wednesday and Thursday: 9-12 am and 2-5 pm
Mobile: +49 (0) 160 97 78 71 36
House of Resources Stralsund Bartherstr. 1
Tuesday: 9-12 am
Mobile: +49 (0) 151 64 87 02 02E-mail contact
Instagram and Facebook
The House of Resources is a nationwide support program financed by funds from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. We support migrant engagement and participation on a local level. We support integrative initiatives, projects, organizations, associations and volunteers as well as migrant organizations. The project strives for active and equal participation in shaping the coexistence of people, especially those with migration experience. The focus of the work is on Greifswald, Stralsund and the surrounding area. We achieve this by
Please feel free to contact us if we can advise, accompany and support you in setting up a project, a group or an association.
We are made up of several chaotic, playful theater groups that can be joined by other chaotic, playful people.
No regular plenary, office or opening hours!
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 42 03 274
We are a theater club where all people interested in theater are welcome. For many years we have been an important part of the Greifswald and especially the student cultural scene. In addition to our performances, we also offer participatory activities such as the free mini theater workshop "wing it!", which is especially suitable to get to know the StuThe, and many other workshops on different topics.
The core of our association are the different play-groups. Interested people have the opportunity to get involved as a player or in other areas. It is not a requirement to be a student, nor do you need to have previous knowledge or experience.
Are you interested? Come by or get in touch!
We organizationally and financially support democracy-strengthening projects in the city of Greifswald.
Coordination office and specialist unit of the Partnership for Democracy in Greifswald
Office hours: by arrangement
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 41 27 988
Mobile: +49 (0) 179 12 90 327
The Partnership for Democracy Greifswald is one of more than 300 partnerships that have been formed in the spirit of the federal program "Live Democracy!" The federal program "Live Democracy! Promote Democracy. Shape Diversity. Prevent Extremism" promotes civil commitment and democratic coexistence through the "Partnerships for Democracy". Greifswald applied and started the partnership in 2019.
Democracy-promoting projects are intended to strengthen the understanding of democracy, democratic education and social cohesion. In particular, children, adolescents and young adults are supported in exercising their rights of participation and co-determination. Furthermore, the funded projects deal with forms of group-based hostility and multiple discrimination in order to support the recognition and appreciation of diversity and to deal constructively with the associated contradictions and conflicts. The goal is to establish a long-term, local partnership between the partners, which as a community of solidarity sets a visible sign against racism and for human rights.
For concrete individual measures, the Partnership for Democracy Greifswald has 43,500 € available for an action and initiative fund and 10,000 € for a youth fund.
The individual measures to be implemented from the action and initiative fund are decided by a monitoring committee, which is made up of representatives from local actors from the municipal administration, politics and civil society actors.
In order to strengthen the participation of young people, a youth forum will also be set up to decide on applications for money from the youth fund.
The project is coordinated by the lead office and the coordination and specialist office.
We want to inspire people to take action for nature through collective action. We want future generations to find an earth that is worth living on.
NABU Mecklenburg - Western Pomerania
Monday till Friday: 8 am - 4 pm
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 77 68 48
The NABU MV is a regional nature conservation association with 2 offices in the STRAZE. From here, the 4 employees plan various activities and events within their porjects. The current projects are “Artenkompass” and “Vernetzte Vielfalt”.
Especially the project "Species Compass" invites to numerous presentations and other events.we also offer an adventurebox about insects for rent. With this box you can dive into the fascinating world of insects. If you have any questions about environment or nature conservation, you can contact us via e-mail, phone or at the office.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our events!
We produce regional vegetables for you, work transparently and fair, want to minimize transport routes and question existing economic practices through concrete action.
WildeMöhre Wednesday afternoon 3-6 pm at STRAZE. Farm: Hof Levin 8, 18519 SundhagenE-mail contact
E-mail contact the core group
The community-supported agriculture farm WildeMöhre is located in the small village of Tremt between Greifswald and Stralsund about one kilometer away from the Strelasund. There we live and work: Bene and Charlotte with our three children and some sheep and chickens. It is very idyllic and beautiful for us. And now we grow delicious vegetables for the people of our region, for you.
The gardeners of the WildenMöhre are Benedikt Gerigk, graduate landscape ecologist, and Charlotte Zeigner, pedagogue and passionate gardener. Our desire is to produce regional vegetables for you, to work transparently and fair, to minimize transport routes and to question existing economic practices through concrete action. We are happy to create new living spaces together with you and to make a sustainable contribution to the nutrition of all of us. In the long run, we want to enrich the Solawi with a farm store and café to reach even more people in the region and to enliven the cultural life beyond the pure work.
The Solawi starts with about 2 hectares of land directly adjacent to the farm. The vegetables will grow in the open field as well as in foil tunnels. The patches will be used according to the principles of market gardening, which means that mulch and compost will be used, so that plowing and intensive tillage of the patches is not necessary. In coordination with the shareholders, there will be a colorful, seasonal variety of vegetables from well-known and unusual varieties.
We are an association at the University of Greifswald and organize an International Student Festival - which gives our association its funny name - and other cultural events.
Plenum: Wednesdays at 8 pm at the STRAZE
Phone: +49 (0) 3834 42 01 780 Fax: +49 (0) 3834 42 01 781E-mail contactInstagram and Facebook
Greifswald International Students Festival
The non-profit Greifswald International Students Festival e.V. - short "GrIStuF" - would like to enrich the life in Greifswald and beyond by thematic and cultural events.
In addition to the popular Running Dinner, we have been organizing the Fête de la Musique in Greifswald at the beginning of summer on June 21 for several years, as well as other small events such as readings or concerts. Our biggest project is the Greifswald International Students Festival, taking place every two years, which gives our association its name.
With our association we also want to create spaces for culture and new things. Therefore we are always open to new projects and support creative minds. Come by and bring in your ideas!
In addition to the projects described above, we also organize living room concerts and make radio. Sometimes we also organize film screenings and exhibitions.
Ultimately, we do whatever the members of the association are enthusiastic about. So if you have an idea to enrich the cultural life in Greifswald, just come by and visit us: every Wednesday at 8 pm in our living room at the STRAZE.