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 Stanislawski - Theater- arbeit nach System von Karin JansenStanislawski - Theater- arbeit nach System von Karin Jansen  This textbook shows the development as well as the fundamentals of the "system", the methods of drama pedagogy of the director, actor and creativity researcher Konstantin S. Stanislawski, both scientifically founded and clearly described.

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100 years women's suffrage in Germany

Posted 12/11/2018

100 years women's suffrage in Germany                                                                              

A short historical overview of the situation at the time

 

Magazin for women's suffrage, 1908. Magazin for women's suffrage, 1908.

 In Germany these days, groundbreaking historical events are celebrating their 100th anniversary. They still shape our social and political life today, which the vast majority of us can not or do not want to imagine differently. And rightly so, because democracy, peace and equal rights are essential pillars of a humane society. It has with them are not always the best everything, but without it I can not.

For November 1918, the following three events should be mentioned:

1. the proclamation of the first German republic on 9.11.1918 by the SPD politician Philipp Scheidemann. It went hand in hand with the abdication of the German Kaiser Wilhelm II, the many princes and the kings of Prussia and Bavaria in the German Empire, and at the same time with the establishment of the first parliamentary democracy on German soil. 2. ended a murderous fatal war, the First World War on 11.11.1918 by a truce. 3. the general right to vote and stand for women was announced on 12.11.2018, which is self-evident today as well as parliamentary democracy.

 

The accumulation of these historical commemoration days does not come by any chance. This time, about 100 years ago, was a troubled, revolutionary time, not only in Germany but throughout Europe, and indeed in other parts of the world. Industrialization with its new technologies made mass production and thus an initially booming global economy possible. These developments set deep political, social and emancipatory upheavals in motion. The bourgeoisie and the newly emerged working class, the proletariat in the cities, but also in the countryside demanded participation in power over aristocracy and the empire in order to claim their legitimate interests in fair pay, social security, education, codetermination etc.

Women desire their participation in state life

Women, too, increasingly demanded their participation in state life, and thus more rights, which they enjoyed far less than the male population. In the general liberal and revolutionary discourses, their freedom was not automatically meant. Already since the 19th century had women in Germany and in other industrialized countries, citizens as workers fought tenaciously for their independence and autonomy and demanded equal rights. As late as 1848, only male owners aged 25 and over were represented in the election for the National Assembly in the Paulskirche in Frankfurt. This was the current state of affairs in ancient Greek democracy more than 2,000 years ago, in which the right to vote was also only available to free men aged 25 years and over. For a long time nothing had changed, as we can assume :-(

For women there was not only no right to vote, but also no right to possession or gainful employment and in many German countries was until 1908 even a policy ban. The married bourgeois women were virtually forbidden from public life outside the home. Many of the active women lived in Berlin, as well as the writer Hedwig Dohm (1831-1919), who was the first woman in the German Empire finally proclaimed that the right to vote for women must be called. Since 1872 she published pamphlets, with demands for bourgeois women as well as workers and rural women.

Women organized in Germany and internationally. In the more liberal Hamburg, three women founded the first association for women's voting rights with its own club newspaper "The Women's Movement", which also published a monthly supplement "Zeitschrift für Frauen-Stimmrecht" (Magazin for women's suffrage). In March 1911, women's suffrage was again loudly demanded on the first International Women's Day. There were women from Denmark, Austria, Switzerland and the USA. In the following years, women from France, Sweden, the Netherlands and Russia joined. In Germany and some neighboring countries, however, it should take another 7 years until the time had come. In others like France and Switzerland, it took much longer.

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Good Friday and Easter - An Essay

Posted 12/4/2017

 

 by

Karin Jansen

Some thoughts and facts about these free days in the Western Christian civilization

 

Update from the German language Essay from 23.3.2016

Ostern - Ich sehe was, was du noch nicht siehst?

 

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Easter: The biggest feast in the Christian West is, like the other Christian festivals, a great festival of consumption. We know that and why we shouldn't enjoy all the colourful flowers, bushes and fertility symbols like eggs and bunnies which look at us wherever we are on these days. So we can get in the mood with spring season after a more or less hard winter. It feels well to keep some rituals in the rhythm of the year alive.

The association from the religious Easter festival with pagan customs around the beginning of spring was from the very beginning in the sense of the church fathers. Even today in our modern world the Church benefits from this symbiosis.

Easter is a major festival every year on the agenda in society. The Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, may only touch a few people in the hustle and bustle of their daily life. It’s better to have a weekend to take a small trip and something nice else. A lot of people are overworked and simply enjoy these days off. Only few Christians think of the Easter story, the final supper of Jesus with his disciples, the great betrayal and Jesus’ horrible path of suffering and the martyrs on the cross.  Finally to celebrate the miracle of his resurrection. Anyway, Jesus would not be Jesus if he had not risen again. And most people in the West don’t believe and do not think about that. We are living here in a widespread secularized world.

A quiet week would do well our societies and everyone, regardless of denomination, faith and disbelief

Until the 1950s, the week before Easter, in many parts of Germany, was considered a "quiet time" in which there was no public pleasure allowed. And til today some cities hold a dance ban on Good Friday. Of course there a some people who want to dance especially on this day. Nothing is to say against dancing this week in my oppinion. Dancing celebrates life and can also be sad or simply expression  But in our modern world it’s not profitable for business to ban shopping and fun, only some hours in the year.  On the contrary, it shall be sold as much as possible as usual. The same with Christmas celebrations and the sell opening Sundays. People shall not pause to think, but consume and have fun, everyday without any break. This dance ban may be anachronistic nowadays, but the idea of a quiet week isn't bad at all for me.

But we would do well to reflect on the polarity of our daily life and to look at the many problems of our days, regardless of any denomination, faith and disbelief. The Dalai Lama spoke out in his appeal for a living ethic, which shouldn't depend on any religion. Practiced ethic is the decisive answer, not religion. And this becomes more important in this more difficult and destroyed global world for everyone, just because new religious conflicts and terror acts surround us more and more and the climate change threatens us.

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Easter 2: Thinking about the Animals in the Food Industry

Posted 12/4/2017

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Part 2 of the Essay

by Karin Jansen

Good Friday and Easter

Some thoughts and facts about these free days in the Western Christian civilization

 

Update from the German language Essay from 23.3.2016

Ostern - Ich sehe was, was du noch nicht siehst?

teh author Emile Zola and Wilhelm Busch Let's take a look at the main ingredients of the Easter festival: there are many colourful chickens and chocolate eggs, chocolate bunnies, cute chicks and rabbits and first of all real hen eggs. Everybody eats colour or white eggs, very often not knowing where they come from, how the hen are living.

As an Easter menu, the discount provider show delicious filleted lamb racks, based on the old custom of the Easter lamb. This had originally according to Jewish faith to be sacrificed to God on the Passover.  Later, the faithful themselves may eat it, or better they had to eat it themselves.

Give us our daily meat and egg today? The churches have supported the consumption of meat

The churches have always cherished and endorsed the meat eating. To what extent this can be said of Jesus and the original Christians is rightly disputed and is not to be discussed here. But surely even before Jesus' time, there were vegetarians in the ancient world for animal ethic and religious reasons. The philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras is the father of European vegetarianism. And there have always been vegetarians as a conviction in all the centuries everywhere in the world, as we know from the sayings of various famous historical personalities such as Laotse, Leonardo da Vinci, the poet Horaz, the philosopher Voltaire or the authors Emile Zola and Wilhelm Busch or Indian Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore and many more.  They all detested the killing and eating of animal. For a lot of intellectual people it was never an acceptable matter.

The churches with their clear attitude to the sacrifice of animals and the slaughter of animals, were not innocent in the fact that meat consumption is omnipresent in the Christianized hemisphere and has therefore rarely been questioned.

Today, in the era of factory farming a particularly ghastly image offers to us. It is no longer just about killing the animals for eating and having clothes, it is about the degradation of the animals to a pure production factor in a highly rationalized animal industry. It takes only so much consideration to the animals, as it is necessary for the profitable sale and that is nearly nothing. It means millions and billions times daily cruelty to animals for slaughter, accepted by ca. 90 % of the people of a state, even if more and more people reject factory farming.

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Happy Birthday EU!

Posted 25/3/2017

Vor 60 Jahren wurde mit den 'Römischen Verträgen' der Grundstein zur heutigen EU gelegt. Zu diesem Jahrestag passt ein Zitat von Albert Einstein, der mit seinen Gedanken, auch zum Thema Weltfrieden immer wieder aktuell ist. In diesem Sinne ein Danke an die EU. Möge sie mit notwendigen und geforderten Reformen ein Garant für den Frieden bleiben, der nicht die Wirtschaft, sondern die Menschen, die Umwelt und Tiere in den Vordergrund der gemeinsamen Interessen stellt.

 

 

"Wer den Krieg wirklich abschaffen will, muss mit Entschiedenheit dafür eintreten, dass der eigene Staat zugunsten internationaler Institutionen auf einen Teil seiner Souveränität verzichtet. Er muss bereit sein, den eigenen Staat im Falle irgendeines Konfliktes dem Schiedsspruch eines internationalen Gerichtes zu unterwerfen."

 

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International Women's Day since 1911 in the USA and Europe

Posted 8/3/2017

We Can Do It! But what should we really actually do? 

Some historical and current facts about woman rights, written on 8 March, 2016, updated 8 March, 2017 in English-lanuguage

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Women have proved and prove world-wide daily what they are able to do. Without us the world would be only half as beautiful and peaceful. But is it  okay as it is now?

As a matter of fact, women - especially in a global perspective - were not and are not allowed to do anything that men are allowed to do, not even in our west hemisphere,  although we have had a fundamental change before nearly 100 years ago: the women's right to vote. This is due to the initiators of the International Women's Day, the suffragettes, who fought for equal women's rights and enforced the right to vote, which is nowadays as a matter of course.

The first International Women's Day March happened 19 March, 1911 in Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the USA arosed from the international socialist and social-democratic women's movements. In the following years women in France, Sweden, the Netherlands and Russia also went out on the streets for their demands.

But what? Anyway, this woman advertises in the 1940s in the USA for arms industrieBut what? Anyway, this woman advertises in the 1940s in the USA for arms industrie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This woman advertises for arm industrie in the 1940s in USA. Women are still a popular subject for all types of advertising, direction usually lead men.

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In Germany on 12 November 1918 the free and secret right to vote was promulgated from the age of 20 years, for men and for the first time for woman. Today, almost 100 years later, the last country in the world has left its women to the polls. In Saudi Arabia women were allowed for the first time on 12 December, 2015 to participate as voters and candidates in local elections.

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Alternative facts Deutschland - Nein danke!

Posted 31/1/2017

 

 

Im Herbst 2017 wird in Deutschland der neue Bundestag gewählt. Aufgrund Trumps Wahl zum Präsidenten und der zunehmend geschürten Ausländerfeindlichkeit in den USA, aber auch in anderen europäischen Staaten wie Frankreich, den Niederlanden und eben auch in Deutschland wird die Wahl hierzulande das Jahr über allgegenwärtig sein, ob in den etablierten Mainstream Medien oder auf den Social Media Plattformen.

Der neu gekürte Kanzlerkandidat der SPD Martin Schulz plädierte für faire Umgangsformen im Wahlkampf, Hasstiraden und fake-news  soll wirksam entgegengewirkt werden. Im Netz sind sie allerdings fortwährend unterwegs. die Stimmung ist schon jetzt teilweise  gereizt und aggressiv und Manipulatoren aller Art unterwegs.

Ein "postfaktisches Zeitalter" muss abgewendet werden!

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Schöne friedliche Feiertage und ein glückliches neues Jahr!

Posted 23/12/2016

           Wie merkwürdig ist die Situation von uns Erdenkindern! Für einen kurzen Besuch ist jeder da. Er weiß nicht wofür, aber manchmal glaubt er es zu fühlen. Vom Standpunkt des täglichen Lebens ohne tiefere Reflexion weiß man aber: man ist da für die anderen Menschen .....                                            Albert Einstein

... und für die anderen Spezies dieses Planeten, Tiere!     KJ

 

Schöne friedliche Feiertage und ein

glückliches, ethisches und kreatives neues Jahr 2017!

 

Hier  gibt es ein delikates veganes Rezept für die Festtage.

Die Mission ETick  tickt auch 2017 im staphBlog, einfach reinschauen, gerne unterstützen und verbreiten - rund um Ethik, Kreativität, Wohlbefinden mit praktischen Tipps, Informationen und Diskursen!

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Berlin, 20.12.2016, Breitscheidplatz

Posted 20/12/2016

Vor der Ruine der im 2. Weltkrieg zerstörten Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche ist der Ort des  Anschlags vom 19.12.2016 heute Abend noch abgesperrt. Der Weihnachtsmarkt bleibt heute geschlossen.

Stille, Ratlosigkeit und Schock.

In dem neuen Kirche wird gerade ein Gottesdienst zum Gedenken an die Opfer abgehalten. Es sprechen auch jüdische und muslimische Geistliche. Berlin trauert.

In front of the ruins of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche destroyed in WWII, the place of the attack of 19.12.2016 is still fenced off. The Christmas market remains closed today.

Silence, perplexity and shock.

In the new church a worship service is being held in memory of the victims. Speakers are also Jewish and Muslim clerics. Berlin mourns.

Aleppo

Posted 14/12/2016

 

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