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Henry Foy, Mareike Geiling & Jonas Kakoschke at reSITE’s Small Talk Series
Czech Republic Architecture News - Sep 30, 2016 - 09:55 10865 views
reSITE has released new exclusive videos within the scope of reSITE Small Talks Series with new speakers! Henry Foy, Central Europe Correspondent for the Financial Times, based in Warsaw and Mareike Geiling&Jonas Kakoschke, Co-initiators of the organization Refugees Welcomes, are the new guests of reSITE Exclusive Interview Series this week. reSITE released 'Small Talks' series earlier this month and started with Michael Kimmelman and Martin Barry interviews. This exclusive small talk series feature global thought leaders and architects on architecture, culture and cities.
reSITE hosted a prestigious event in June with the theme of 'Cities in Migration' and hosted dozens of experts and keynote speakers through its diverse conference program as well as a variety of side events for the general public – salon discussions, workshops, a bike ride, and a party. All took place alongside a 2-day international conference. World Architecture Community was Media Partner for the event and tested the pulse of the reSITE throughout the event as LIVE, which was featured on World Architecture Community's Urban Development page.
reSITE, in collaboration with Canal 180, introduces very short interviews packed with inspiration and good vibe and reSITE shares global experts’ network knowledge, ideas and stories with all city lovers and city makers.
Video by Canal 180
In 3-min video, Henry Foy speaks on how investors and developers must adapt to the migration of the younger generation in central Europe’s largest cities such as Budapest and Krakow to make sure that the environment they are creating reflects the identity of the younger generation of migrants. Foy is the Central Europe Correspondent for the Financial Times, based in Warsaw. He covers Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic and the wider CEE region for the world's most trusted financial newspaper.
Foy writes across the unfolding political, economic and business stories, delivering a global perspective on one of the world's fastest-developing and most interesting regions. Previously the FT's award-winning Motor Industry Correspondent, Henry joined the paper after three years as a reporter for Reuters in New Delhi and Mumbai, India.
Video by Canal 180
Jonas Kakoschke and Mareike Geiling are Co-initiators of the organization Refugees Welcomes that addresses the problems of the housing situation and accommodations of refugees in Germany. They advocate that refugees should have the same rights as permanent residents, regardless of their reasoning for immigrating.
Mareike Geiling studied religion and culture studies in Berlin, Germany. Her involvement in various initiatives includes the problem of undocumented migrants in Berlin. In Fluchtlinge, Willkommen, Mareike directs the press and public relations. She is also a volunteers’ manager and is responsible for the planning and implementation of the internationalization of the project.
Jonas Kakoschke studied communication design in Berlin, Germany and during that time he founded the project Pfandgeben.de, which has been praised nationally by the media. This led Kakoschke to focus in the field of social innovation and project development. In Fluchtlinge Willkommen Jonas is responsible for the management of the website, online team tools and the graphic and conceptual design of all documents. Together with Mareike Geiling he is carrying out the internationalization of the project. He also coordinates the cooperation with other initiatives and external partners.
World Architecture Community will release two new videos each week with new speakers from the event.
Stay tuned for these exclusive videos and enjoy!
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