PlanTV im Sommersemester 2022, Episode 2
Starting your own business is not an easy step, especially in times of corona, we accompanied a young terrorist right there, that's one of the topics on today's show, and therefore hello and welcome to a new
episode. ev is planning the student magazine of the ak that bin painter and i are in sydney summer for many is the best time of the year sitting outside in the park drinking beer with friends being carefree in short clothes enjoying the heat short clothes but it also means fear of being bothered cat calling the term cat calling still not everyone knows what it means and what we can do about it looks sweet how about we both stop sometimes or even something like that is part of everyday life for many kat calling behind the cute term is verbal sexual harassment jenny is 24 years old and has been the victim of a cat calling himself multiple times so the experience of calling is still felt today i actually always have a mixture of shame but also angry.
What did I just do wrong here? Or do I have something? Is the skirt too short? Is the dress too short? You can see something that looks good on me. I do not want you to do it. go to the kettcars association in düsseldorf i would like to draw attention to the cat song we are soon in düsseldorf in the meantime there is this all over germany i think more than 60 local groups in the meantime and also worldwide on all continents we are in the road and chalk below to bullying experiences and exactly as said we have been around for a year and responsible for düsseldorf and it's just that the people involved and their bullying experiences can report to Mr.
Instagram or even via email and we will go there armed with chalk and write exactly this experience in the shortest form take pictures and share the full story f social media so we can draw attention again at the same time we also hope to draw attention to the place where it just happened. draw attention to the issue and strike up a conversation with people the problem of cat call victims no longer dare to walk out the door in flashy clothes the diploma explained and business psychologist petra jago is to avoid certain reasons that they try to stop me from doing this again there will be a situation where it should happen to me and i alone with the problem if i have a bully then i try everything not to provoke him i try to avoid him in every way and people who walk away from me actually they didn't I don't have camcorder blood for the formative experience it was the frequency with me that cat coins that just added up and when you experience something like that at 14 15 like I said you don't understand what men are saying or what they want from you when someone tells me at 14 i think they can fly ok sorry so i could i heard nothing but when it got to that point i understood it was baskett call and what happened to me even when i was younger, I think it gets to this point where as a woman you understand what they're really doing to me like that, it was a shock. but how do I behave correctly now if I become a victim of cat calls?
So, for the first time, it is important to make it clear that the victims themselves are not to blame. We also get a lot of victim-blaming submissions. themselves, but also, in general, every interaction is fine, so we just want those affected to feel safe and that's how it is in situations, so we also give advice on how to deal with them. g how you work with kettcars and it's important to us that those affected feel safe in the situation because if you want to object then you should object but if you don't feel it in the moment and you didn't then maybe that's exactly how it's ok, so it's important that you make those affected feel good if you don't pay attention to them and manage to ignore it, then that's a very smart move, especially in public, sometimes I get the nerve to do it. is asking and expressing myself and saying what is the point of seeking confrontation and saying hey what is that I don't want to hear that saying seems inappropriate to me and if you yourself are jenny ritter the victim of cat calling then it is very important to know that it is not your fault and that it's totally fine to get help everyone who had to move to cologne to study knows the incredibly high wed t prices that's true for one-bedroom apartments sometimes you have to pay 1000 euros a month in almost every city in the rhineland North-Westphalia exorbitant prices prevail for some simply do not pay think large families or single parents who have little money available can live in subsidized social housing what in social housing we look at what is going well and what is not and what new social housing project there is that should make housing possible for all the one who pushes the lawnmower here is not a reserved gardener this man lives here and n a modern social apartment in münster, cooperation is part of the program, so that's what it's all about.
This is a community housing project, which means that everyone who moves here knows in advance that they are not just moving into a regular rental apartment, they are moving into an entire community. We don't have a caretaker, we don't have a gardener, we take care of all these things ourselves, all 30 apartments are equipped in the same way and are handicap accessible. It doesn't matter if it is privately funded or state subsidized which was also a requirement of the city of münster which must be built completely barrier free there are common rooms for socializing to craft and play it is very important that if you want something you also have a craft room and if you want to play board games there is only one room like this where you can also play board games and lecture or whatever that is why when you have such movement such rooms are of great importance the requirement Prerequisite for a working union and a good community residents like each other, but even if they like each other, there may be differences of opinion. yes, there are often conflicts in such a large community, so in every plenary there is also one or the other problem to be discussed we have all been living together for a good two years and so far we have always found a way for conflicts like that to make sure no one feels like they have to move out two years is not forever and the price is fair the waiting list is long one third of the 30 apartments are privately financed the rest are state subsidized with certificate of right of residence rents are 25 percent less for residents, let's say, depending on the wbs, or six 80 euros 7 euros 60 or around 10 euros per square meter acceptable prices in contrast to what is currently demanded in the market A real estate agent looking for an apartment in the big cities of NRW is often in for a bitter surprise.
Hans Joachim Witzel is President of the German Tenant Association of Ren North-Westphalia witnesses to problem tenants and has been watching the development of the social boom with concern for some time yes, social housing is in a bit of a decline, even if politicians if the state government of North Rhine- Westfalia claims the opposite, but if, for example, in the last year only 5,300 classic rental apartments were financed, then that is unfortunately not enough and is far below what the military forces with the support of the socially constructed state must rent at low prices. price for 20 to 30 years after that the apartments get more expensive and the social aspect disappears from these expensive old social apartments now there are more new build and the money that the state government has at their disposal may not even be enough because they don't there are enough real estate companies willing to invest and take the money from them social housing must become more atra active the city of münster is a pioneer here other municipalities could but following its example, turning a hobby into a job is not something that many get right, especially for young professionals, who are encouraged to take the plunge into self-employment, for example try chains because the tattoo artist in china has taken exactly this step in the salon we have them in their first own studio g essucht two years ago sina discovered her passion for tattoos two months ago she opened her first tattoo studio in cologne the 24 year old she started her own business there what propelled her and the challenges she had to face i used to start at home in the living room and i use energy and now i start here but in my own studio which is always crazy when i come here and i have an appointment it feels somehow like a dream when the demand increased and she made the art always grow more than it had to I have my own studio so opening my own tattoo studio actually vin or with the market, so my current study partner also studied together with him, I still did both at home and it would get bigger somehow.
I know how I sat in a cafe and then at home, so hey. let's open the studio together and yes she is your age d as it was not an easy step luckily her environment always supported her most of them were very impressed at that time so graf we are really daring the step is full , but most of them were actually super positive and straight to the tips and her family was very supportive as well. I think my mom was the second one to tattoo you so that person and my friends were great right away, so she supported me there in the media park in Cologne, we asked people of the same age how the mood was Is the transition to independence also an option for you?
I ask I think young people can have a hard time making the move to self-employment, so I think it's actually quite good, so why not? I think if you have a good goal in mind, what you think, what brings you something and what you would like to do, you can do it as a memorial, then that will also fit if we would like to do it, so I personally can imagine becoming a freelancer. yes that's the way it is today there are very few people who are self-employed rich working a lot how having little is always one of the central affirmations of many in the end the expert claudia abels and martin eickmeyer explain why More and more young people Being self-employed It is because it has become easier to be self-employed because the resource infrastructures you need for it (computers, for example) have become affordable and that a client does not lack resources, but being self-employed always means taking a certain risk risk you naturally take we've already seen in two years that things can break very abruptly things can stop jobs you've already left that's one of the s main problems that many dream of being their own boss but only a few Putting into action is not teaching everyone this good Still needs to put personality to herself Sina is such a personality, only her lack of experience still makes her uneasy, but of course it is not always free of fears because i just started here right after my studies and only took the plunge with part time jobs or previous experience. she has no regrets that's super fun for me and then it just doesn't feel like work i think that's really cool we agree and wish sina continued success i cleaned yesterday and would like to donate the stuff at the best time refugees or not they know or they sell the things and donate the money how do i donate correctly now that the money goes where it is most needed? hello my name is olga i come from ukraine kyiv i came here two months ago and i am in germany very thankful because germany really takes care of us in the civic center in west cologne olga puts on new clothes those places are very important for people who just came to germany many people get disoriented when they get here they don't know where to get the things they need to survive they go thanks to toyota or the red cross and they need basic basic help things and basic support this shirt is, for example, from here and i like to wear these pants i think it's all super practical my favorite words are free that's really great for givers and takers here are still a lot of hidden treasures waiting for new owners and then i have that's here in the picture this great wardrobe for those in need and the offer has been expanded for the taller ones ariana works here adrian is several times a week for a few hours because she sorts for new pieces Favorites can also be discovered and she helps find the right size, meanwhile, that's it, she offers a big deal but big enough for everyone in need. d probably it can never be that everyone understands something else for enough i think we have been very well supported by germany so far in germany there is a social welfare office and above all living space i think it is a great help and places like that give us in addition of material things toopsychological support the willingness to help ukrainian women who have fled is always there are opportunities for everyone right here self employment with just once i am always in a hurry and just wanted to help a little with this refugee crisis yes these are people in our neighborhood who need help and I think it's good if you can somehow get involved locally in your regioncan do anything i live here stays around the corner and i just wanted to get something done exactly there are four ways to financially support refugees in ukraine through donations through advice and writing and by simple care some of refugees work here too refugees like me have the opportunity to work and support others the perfect solution when refugees get involved there is always a search for volunteer helpers who support refugees or the organizations whose work eventually has to be funded as well , so monetary donations are always a good idea.
Sometimes I need support and sometimes I volunteer here. Some donations are slow to sell. The organization receives many things, but not what is really urgently needed. In the meantime, there is an app to know what to do with it, you can see what things are really needed in the area, this is intended to avoid unnecessary donations in kind, people can help with basic things like cosmetics, diapers and hygiene items for women, for example, shampoo that people in the refugee camps can really use goods and money is not the most important thing is not clothes the most important thing is support sydney you can't make a big wish as a child too of course At Disneyland, for example, there are wish-fulfilling clubs like yours, they are aimed at children who are also Annika's wish.
It came true with far-reaching consequences for Annika. How a wish can become a future once sitting in the press gallery. among real reporters that was annika's big dream the association wishes you what the young woman with a chronic illness turned seven years ago but first things first, annika She tells us in the video call what she was like when she was a baby, they diagnosed her with the syndrome of having a respiratory disorder while she sleeps. Annika doesn't have to be ventilated during the day. I'm not Annika and I'm 24 years old and Harald is on German radio, so I trained. as a spectator and i got an apartment ten years ago make a wish annikas is still enthusiastic about the experience we noticed that getting her wish gave her a lot of strength so i was then allowed to go down to the playing field for example she was also allowed allowed to go down into these big tunnels of players and where all the interviews are done for sports I always watched with such excitement when the players mixed up the last one so that all the journalists were journalists and then they extended the microphone and I was there and I was there and this microphone should also be able to keep up for a bit. front and played an interview and of course both players were very close a memory makes wish fulfillment still tangible today this jersey today all the signatures of from from from from from the people on the spot and also from the players was mine for a long time main good mood feeling of happiness accompanies me was really somehow on the night before the big exams again quickly the goal for you and recently we also asked annika how she got the wish-that -what back then just more research on the internet, I don't even know, I think I somehow happened to see it, I thought, okay, why not just apply and v?
The association has been fulfilling the wishes of children with serious and chronic illnesses for 30 years and has now given happiness more than 9,000 times Employees work together with more than 100 hospitals and hospices Therapists can contact us if they have a child who has a serious illness it can be a child who is currently undergoing cancer treatment or a child who suffers from diabetes or has had a serious accident and then we meet these children to the great desire of my heart, there are really many very different wishes, such as the children they are also very different sarah best remembers her first wish which was little lina wishing to meet the ice queen one day you really don't just wish what is wish fulfillment but we also tried on many other levels , ak The association offers a vacation home for families and many quilts in the form of toys or stuffed animals that are distributed to hospitals Everyone can help Pe ro you can also say, for example, hey, I have a great vintage car in the garage, So if you have a husband and son who would like to take a tour in vintage cars, I will make it available to Annika.
When his wish comes true he clicks his dream job he is a journalist he never realized yes it's worth it to me and i really want this style i want to have me direct the cameras i want the football field of the film to stand in the middle of what happened and not just burn somehow to report about it and thus also tagesschau.de wants to study annika is now a trainee at Bavarian Broadcasting and very close to her dream job our program already finished ending the sponge basket calling to donate correctly social housing become self employed and fulfill wishes there was definitely something for everyone thanks for watching see you next time