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Accessibility

Coroning
In order to limit the risk of infection during face-to-face events we have developed a
hygiene concept.
Regardless, we always comply with the Berlin’s senate ongoing restrictions.

Arriving
The rainwater retention basin is located at Lilienthalstraße 32 in 10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg. 
Ubahn Südstern has an elevator access. 
Bus no. 104 stops in front of the Ubahn. 
The site is 10 minutes away from the station. 
Parking is available on Lilienthalstrasse.

Entering
The site is wheel-chair accessible, as well as most spaces on the site, including toilets and bar. When arriving at the gate, if the large door on the right is closed, please inform us and we will open it for you.

Participating
The entry to our events is free, but we encourage donations at the entry. 
Workshops require a fee but discounts for students, pensioners, unemployed and ALGII- receivers, handicapped people and refugees are available upon sharing the relevant ID. 

Listening
Languages of our events are German and English. We try and announce the language of the events online. But if you have questions, please contact us. Sometimes Denglish is used. But Members of the Floating association also converse in Spanish, Italian, French, Dutch and Hebrew. 

We unfortunately do not have access for the hearing impaired. We hope to correct that in the future. But the site is a natural biotop that engages all the senses. There are things to see and do here even if you are not attending our events. Please visit!

Gendering
Our toilets are multi-sex and non-binary. Please use the pink water containers to flush. 

Child-care
Out site is especially suitable for kids, and we hold many events for children. However, we do not provide child-care on site and we expect you to be responsible for your children on site at all times. 

Safer space
A safer space is intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism, or potentially threatening actions, ideas, or conversations for marginalized people. People who are marginalized need their own spaces in which they can be free from the marginalization that permeate every other societal space we occupy like racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, etc. Oppressed people need spaces where they can be  free from the stereotypic gaze – where they can simply and authentically be and express themselves. So we kindly ask that visitors to the Floating to respect the boundaries set by us or by a specific group if they see the safer space sign.

Volunteering
Always work to be done! Ask us! 

Be our teacher!
For those we didn’t know of yet and want to host a learning format themselves, please contact the program team. Our topics range from situated urban practice, climate challenges, ethics of care, environmental humanities, ecology to visions for better cities. Contact info@floating-berlin.org

Web Accessibility
We are working on our web accessibility so that everyone can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with our website. Thank your for your patience!