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3 days ago

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We are getting ready for RIA! Who's coming? ...

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1 week ago

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In the early dawn of this day, Syria has confronted a terrible triple aggression.
Our hearts go out to all the people there, wishing you all the love and peace that you deserve.
Stay safe, dear friends.
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2 weeks ago

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Aya Alnamly's text "Prohibited" was read at our last reading by Christina Neidenbach. You can reread it here: literallypeace.com/de/2018/03/11/prohibited/ ...

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2 weeks ago

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The writing contest where our founders Hazem and Maria first met is taking place again! Don't miss the chance to be a part of it and visit Barcelona! Submit your short story by April 20th.There's no limit to your imagination - take to writing, submit your short story by April 20th & come to #Barcelona ...

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3 weeks ago

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Just a little impression from yesterday's birthday party. Thanks to everyone who joined and made it special! <3 ...

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3 weeks ago

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Happy 1st Birthday, Literally Peace! ❤️ Exactly a year ago our blog went online. It's amazing how many things happened till then! Come celebrate with us tonight and have a piece of the Literally Peace birthday frosted carrot cake 😊

This is tonight's event: www.facebook.com/events/2023862987870312/?ti=cl
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3 weeks ago

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Have you ever been asked to step aside at an airport for a separte security check? How did you feel?
At our last reading Sadri Okumuş described in his text "The tight tie" this everyday moment from a special angle: literallypeace.com/en/2018/04/01/the-tight-tie/
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1 month ago

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It was a great experience but unfortunately we didn't receive the scholarship. We still want to thank the Social Impact Lab Stuttgart for the support and wish good luck to all the great people and projects that succeeded today! ...

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1 month ago

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Today is the International Day of Happiness and we will probably not find a happier photo to post 😊 ...

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1 month ago

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And here comes last Wednesday's laudatory speech from the Minister of Social Affairs and Integration of Baden-Württemberg Manne Lucha (Maria apologizes for her not so steady hand while filming this):
"Three languages - one platform. As a person from a war zone, am I destined to be defined through this? As a citizen from a war zone, am I just a victim? Or do I want to get involved? An idea becomes a platform. It spreads. It starts with 10 voluntary writers, five from Syria, five from Germany. They want to show that 'Syria is full of people with real lives, not just war victims. People with hopes, dreams and perspective.' The step from the virtual into the real world follows through public readings. And it goes on..."
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1 month ago

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A little message to all our writers who couldn't be at our reading yesterday. You were missed <3 ...

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1 month ago

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Tonight's reading is part of the "Heimat" International Weeks against Racism. On Wednesday our founder Maria had the opportunity to speak at the opening ceremony of the festival and present one of our texts: "Diaspora Dialogue" by Cansev Duru (bit.ly/2tXiz0e)

Check out all the other great events and workshops during these weeks: www.facebook.com/Heimat.Stuttgart/
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1 month ago

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This normally doesn't happen to writers, but today around 5pm words failed us. It was when the Minister for Social Affairs and Integration Manne Lucha presented us with the first prize of the Youth Education Award Baden-Württemberg! THE FIRST!!!

Stay tuned for more impressions and photos of this amazing day!
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