Exchange and dialogue with others are at the top of our agenda, which is why we have created with Trockland Talks a new format. We would like to bring people together and talk with the city’s movers and makers, our business partners, and friends about topics that concern us and Berlin. The prelude to the first event could not have been more worthy: The author Dr. Rafael Seligmann spoke with three well-known and renowned personalities about the big question of how Berlin should develop in the coming decade. How should our city develop in the coming decade in order to meet the requirements of its inhabitants? This short but highly complex question was addressed in the kick-off event of our new event format Trockland Talks. The Author Dr. Rafael Seligmann invited respected personalities to a discussion: The Architect Prof. Gesine Weinmiller, the former Governing Mayor Walter Momper and Prof. Dr. Michael Eilfort, Chairman of the Market Economy Foundation, talked with him about their wishes for a city worth living in that does justice to all residents and stakeholders. They identified a variety of challenges that must be managed and demanded, among other things, a more determined political willingness to act. We could probably not have chosen a better location for the event than the old BRICKS Berlin Schöneberg boiler house, which stands for transformation and is about to be refurbished.
Our series of events Trockland Talks will take place at irregular intervals in order to discuss and reflect with our guests about topics that interest us, that are important for our city.