Twitter users have already posted more than 21,000 messages under this hashtag. With the usual 140 characters, they report on scenes in the office, at the supermarket or at school.
""In germany, people behave in a civilized manner in central europe"" hieb it, when I came once too late in the school", writes for example the user @khaluded. "But you are hubsch for a black", @annoyingmenace got to hear according to her tweet. Other figures of prejudice. And a kolner with turkish roots reports a cancellation: "i call with my name, job unfortunately taken. German friend calls, job still available, appointment also."
All tweets are tagged with the same keyword and thus bundled together. "Some have tweeted who themselves have already been victims of racism or have noticed racism," says freelance journalist kubra gumu?Ay. The 25-year-old developed the idea with other net activists at a blogger meeting in early september.
Minister frank-walter steinmeier has called on pakistan, a nuclear power, to take new steps toward reconciliation with its two neighbors, india and afghanistan.
During a visit to islamabad, he appealed to all sides to seek dialogue again in order to overcome existing difficulties. However, his demand for a halt to further executions was met with a rebuff from the pakistani government.
Relations between pakistan and its two neighbors have long been strained. India and pakistan have been fighting for decades over the province of kashmir. Military clashes occur again and again at the border. Dispute with afghanistan centers on relationship with radical islamic taliban militia. Kabul accuses islamabad of supporting extremists.
The federal government wants to make germany a more attractive location for the development of computer games.
Germany is one of the most important international sales markets for digital games, and in europe it is even the most important, said transport minister andreas scheuer (CSU), who is also responsible for digital infrastructure in the federal cabinet, in berlin on wednesday.
Despite its excellent preconditions, germany has so far been less relevant as a location for developers. "Together we are facing the challenge of further developing germany as a games location and establishing it as a leading market in international competition," said scheuer.
In a few weeks, the new vocational training center in munnerstadt will be opened. In this way, the district of bad kissingen, together with the caritas schulen ggmbh, has secured the importance of munnerstadt as a school location for the future. 50 years ago, the city and county invested in school buildings. At that time, a fourth construction phase was being added to the elementary school, and plans for the expansion of the schonborn grammar school, which had been opened a few years earlier, were ripening. At that time, the district had already acquired a plot of land for the secondary school. But nothing came of it.
The johann philipp von schonborn grammar school can look back on 360 years of history this year. It is said that in 1660, there were twelve students who were taught at jorgentorgasse 1. Later, the "rhon university" moved to the city in newly erected buildings near the monastery, where the "old auditorium" still stands today is to be found. But even there, the space was no longer sufficient in the middle of the last century, which is why a new grammar school was built on reichenbacher strabe. 1963 the schools moved. Only a few years later, there was already a lack of space again. Rapidly increasing school numbers were the reason for it.
Exactly 50 years ago, the district council of the former bad kissingen district (still without hammelburg and bad bruckenau) met in the new catholic parish hall in munnerstadt. The vote for the planning was unanimous. The head of the schonborn grammar school at the time, principal robert hornung, explained the need at the time. "He noted that "the introduction of the new language branch has increased the number of schools to about 600, and the increase is due to students from the district", was read in the newspaper at the time. And further it was said that in a few years 700 students could be expected, even then there was no proper classroom for four classes.
At the end of august, tree removal began for the construction phase in the city center around the teuschnitz city center. The work is being accompanied by archaeologists from bamberg, who had suspected historical remains of the old castle, the former church and the former cemetery.
"The area from the market square to the gatehouse and the fallen monument should receive a continuous design", explained marcus hamberger from the landscape architecture office "freiraumpioniere" from weimar. The 60-meter-long passageway at the cemetery is also included in the planning for a connection between the marketplace, playground, festival meadow and arnika academy.
Due to the requirement of the state office for the preservation of historical monuments to have the work accompanied by archaeologists, the process was delayed somewhat. After a bavarian-wide call for tenders, the bamberg-based company ITV, which specializes in archaeological excavations, was commissioned to investigate the areas around the palace square, the market square and the cemetery passageway and to regularly monitor the earthworks. As with the first construction phase, reso gala bau from stadtsteinach was commissioned with the construction work. The BAII was started with tree felling work. Because of the long-term perspective, some trees had to be felled. Even the preserved trees, the most vital and strongest growing ones, had been "badly beaten" in the past been. Due to the narrowness of the trees, which were much too close together, they had not been able to develop properly. "We had to intervene", emphasized hamberger.
The knetzgauer dreiberg-kickers held a talent scouting day together with the third league club FC rot-weib erfurt. Whereas elsewhere rows and rows of soccer games fell victim to the renewed onset of winter, the representatives of the participating clubs reacted flexibly and moved without further ado into the two gymnasiums of the three-mountain school. It was especially great that, despite the difficult weather conditions, all the registered children from 2008 to 2011 found their way into the hall on time. Once there, they were first buried together with their parents by dreiberg-kickers sports director marco schnos, who also introduced the coaches of the thuringian professional club, manuel rost and alexander kosbab, to those in attendance. Afterwards, the two junior coaches from erfurt took over, encouraged the kids again and divided the groups for the stations. In four units, the 40 or so young soccer players were challenged with the full repertoire of their skills. In addition to technical and coordination exercises, power dribbling with a final goal as well as offensive and defensive behavior in one-on-one, the players were also tested on their understanding of the game and their speed of action in a three-on-three match. The players were evaluated by the supporting coaches of the dreiberg-kickers, who kept an evaluation sheet. The most important thing for the erfurt coaches was the one-on-one, because "developing and challenging the individuality of the players is one of the main focuses of our junior training center", according to coach manuel rost. The coaches from erfurt looked around again and again between the stations and recognized remarkably many young talents. After about an hour and a half, the 20-minute sessions were completed and the first sighting was over. But before the children were dismissed, two hopefuls of the year 2008 of the dreiberg-kickers, leon fusser and maurice keiger, were informed that they had attracted attention so that they could participate in games of rot-weib erfurt through guest player licenses. After a lunch break, it was the turn of the older age groups 2006 and 2007. Around 40 children from all over the habberg district, from the steigerwald to ermershausen, had also turned up. The tempo was much higher than in the morning, and the coaches of the junior training center were visibly surprised by the quality of the players, even though some of the players, including leon frank and tim neubert, born in 2007 in knetzgau, who have already played for rot-weib erfurt, were already very well known. After another two hours, the sighting of the older players was finished. The erfurt coaches said goodbye to the young footballers, not without emphasizing that one or the other footballer who stood out during the day will be buried in the junior training center of FC rot-weib in june and that they are looking forward to further cooperation with the dreiberg-kickers. The contact to knetzgau came about through a player of the dreiberg-kickers, who regularly takes part in the erfurt training camps in heustreu in der rhon, informed RWE-coach alexander kosbab. His colleague rost says: "yes, we became aware of the talented tim neubert quite quickly. When we talked to his father about his club, we quickly got in touch with the sports director of the dreiberg-kickers, marco schnos, with whom we are now in very close contact." According to kosbab, the current sightings were very positive and of a very high standard in terms of quality for their age group. "We could collect many impressions. Because the stations were quite complex, we were able to get a comprehensive overview of the talent in question." rost adds: "yes, there were some really good guys this time, and some of them will be joining our teams in the near future."
36 young people were dismissed from their school life at the heiligkreuzschule coburg. Class 9a, class teacher ludwig scherer, said goodbye to 18 former students. All of them had passed the intermediate school leaving certificate and twelve of them even the qualifying educational certificate.
Half of these graduates will go straight into vocational training, the other half will continue to attend school. Nine will become gardeners, carpenters, mechatronics engineers and electronics technicians or find their way in a different career path. Nine students are pursuing a school career that will take them through V (preparatory) classes in two years or M classes in one year in order to obtain the intermediate school-leaving certificate.
18 graduates from the 9ecn (extra opportunities) class, taught by caroline platsch, were also dismissed. All had also achieved the middle school diploma here, nine the qualifying middle school diploma. One person will complete an FSJ (voluntary social year), one will attend a vocational integration class, three will go to a vocational preparation year and 13 will aim for a dual apprenticeship or switch to a V-class.
Matthias einwag with 316 million euros in annual sales, the regiomed hospital group, which includes lichtenfels hospital, posted a deficit this year for the first time in ten years. The chairman of the supervisory board, district administrator christian meibner (CSU), puts the shortfall at three to four million euros. On 30. In september, he was told that the school would be in the black, says meibner. At the beginning of november, in response to his inquiry, it was explained that there was a deficit of one million euros.
Christian meibner further informs that "the information on the economic figures is presented in every shareholders’ meeting and supervisory board meeting" had been. In the course of the year, these were "repeatedly corrected downward" up to a black zero. Meibner continues: "the figures, which are now so poor, were not presented until the meeting on 5 june. November known." the supervisory board had questioned this in accordance with its function and had instructed the management to take appropriate measures for analysis and countermeasures. In recent years, the figures have always been positive "in some cases very positive", the chairman of the supervisory board declares. "But you can’t and mustn’t use that as an excuse for the losses that have now been incurred." an important signal is "that we as a municipal hospital association stand by our employees". He had already spoken to all four managing directors days ago and instructed them to conduct an analysis and present recommendations for action at the next shareholders’ meeting or supervisory board meeting for a decision. Meibner: "if a good profit could be reported at the end of the year in recent years and a not inconsiderable deficit is posted this year, the management will certainly be able to find the reason on the basis of comparative figures for last year and present suitable solutions." in conclusion, the chairman of the regiomed supervisory board, christian meibner, would like to "discuss the future of our clinics and the 5,000 employees objectively and seriously". The deficit has nothing to do with the financing of the new lichtenfels hospital, assures meibner. The new building was always a matter for the district of lichtenfels and the helmut-G.-been walther gmbh.
On 6. There will be a meeting in december to discuss how the deficit can be eliminated, meibner added. Anna schaller, the press spokeswoman for regiomed, explains herself as follows when asked: "the management bodies of regiomed will work out a consolidation course together with all those involved."
Numerous individuals, local associations, friendly societies, the community, the district – the willingness to donate for the "schutzen" was and is "overwhelming", as guard chairwoman inge winkler emphasizes. "I am completely thrilled", says the untersteinach resident and explains that friendly guardian associations have even organized real campaigns in order to be able to financially support the untersteinach colleagues. Because the insurance sum covers the damage of more than 300,- euro.000 euro not.
Naturally, the guardians have also become active themselves. So they have a "battlefield" hosted at the clubhouse of the untersteinach brass band, numerous burgers turned up not only for the culinary delicacies and added a generous tip.
The biggest benefit event for the schutzen so far will take place next sunday in the school gym: the untersteinach brass band, the untersteinach choir and the "frankensima" philipp simon goletz invite to a rough charity concert.