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35 years KURVE Wustrow

Our Summer Festival

Saturday 11 July 2015 starts at 3 p.m.

We celebrate our 35th anniversary in our garden. On offer: coffee, cakes, short lectures and tours around the premises. In the evening, there will be a delicious buffet and live music.


35 years Kurve Wustrow – A Long  Story To Tell

 We invite you to get to know us better during our 35th anniversary year. Come join us for our story-telling evenings, our splendid summer festival and our annual general meeting.

 What does the former restaurant look like today?

We´re glad to show you around our premises – including the attic, our yard and garden.


What is KURVE Wustrow all about and who is actually working there?

We´re glad to present ourselves and to inform you about our current projects.


Where do all our foreign guests come from and why do they come to KURVE Wustrow?

Listen to exciting stories from our Asian and African partners.


What is the link between KURVE Wustrow and Gorleben?

It all started with the nonviolent movement against nuclear power plants…


2015 – Our Story-telling Evenings At A Glance

Monday 2 February 2015, 7 p.m.: “I live and work in Wustrow” – Our directors Anja Petz and Jochen Neumann have quite a few stories to tell.


Monday 3 March 2015, 7 p.m.: “Peace in Israel and Palestine – we work on both sides…” – Our peace expert, Thimna Bunte, comes to you with fresh impressions.


Monday 13 March 2015, 7p.m.: “Non-violence in Ukraine – how does it work?” – Our trainer, Björn Kunter, talks about people involved in a great cause.


Monday 4 May 2015, 7 p.m.: “I live in Wustrow and commit myself to voluntary work at KURVE Wustrow” – Meet volunteers Doris Hertle (board member) and Erika Jennerjahn-Meyer (former board member).


Monday 15 May 2015, 7 p.m.: “Nonviolent movements – an insight” – Our international guests give reports on peace and human rights initiatives in Asia and Africa. Translation will be provided.


Monday 7 September 2015, 7 p.m.: “A year abroad” – Young “weltwärts”-Volunteers spend a year in India or Macedonia with KURVE Wustrow. A talk by Allen Francis and Wilma Raabe.


Monday 5 October 2015, 7 p.m.: “Stories from the resistance movement against nuclear power” – Meet Katja Tempel and Jochen Neumann, members of the former campaign team “gorleben365”.


Monday 2 November 2015, 7 p.m.: “Our house at Kirchstraße 14 and its history” – A lecture by Dr. Rolf Meyer, Wustrow Museum.


Our Annual General Meeting

Friday 13 November 2015, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: kickoff

Saturday 14 November 2015, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.: “KURVE”-conference – “How to master non-violent action”

Sunday 15 November 2015, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: assembly of members


All arrangements will be held at KURVE Wustrow, Kirchstrasse 14, 29462 Wustrow.


We look forward to meeting you!