If you are looking for a daycare, or “Kita” in Berlin, a new tool may offer additional help. Berlin’s Department of Education, Youth and Family launched a new online platform called “Kita-Navigator.”
Daniel Flohr, deputy chairman of Unabhängige Flugbegleiter Organisation (UFO), said the strike would affect all cabin crew members of Lufthansa in Germany and all flights going in and out of Germany starting at 00:00 on Thursday, November 7 and going until 24:00 on Friday, November 8.
How many homeless people live in Berlin? Current estimates range greatly – from 6,000 to 10,000 people. That’s one reason why Senator for Integration, Labor and Social Services Elke Breitenbach is looking for volunteers to come together on the night of January 29, 2020. Breitenbach said participants will go around the city and learn more about the homeless in Berlin, in part so the Senate can better provide them with the resources they need.