Quecke is a self-organized and non-profit association officially called „KuBiB e.V.“ with various projects and initiatives. It is located in Brandenburg with a distance of 1 hour from Berlin, the nearest train station is about 3 km at Falkenberg (Mark).
Based on a common understanding and appreciation of who we are and how we want to live, learn and work together, we provide two kinds of being involved at Quecke:
- Seminar House (bookable by external groups)
- Co-Living (housing project as a collective with different areas of participation and responsibilities)
The central political focus is the Anti-discrimination Seminar House where we provide space for groups that fight against discrimination and/or are affected by it, to organize themselves, come together or facilitate workshops and more.
Besides being involved in setting up Quecke on a daily basis, we as a group also want to promote events and discussions to bring together anti-racism fights and queer feminist struggles.
We are committed to create a community space that is sensible towards different forms of discriminations.
Body & Mind
Quecke offers space for groups to meet, exchange and go further with their projects and have fun together.
We have a beautiful outside space and a 120 m² aula for sport groups to train, for body work and theatre projects (no shoes allowed!).
We regularly organise educational events and awareness workshops on our premises. You can find more information on our news page.
Besides the seminar house, Quecke also provides a living space. There are two different areas to meet and hangout: A shared kitchen in each of the two spaces and a collective garden.
All residents are asked to be part of the Quecke collective, that means sharing the responsibilities to run Quecke and making decisions together based on consensus.
The Quecke collective also includes members that don‘t live on the spot.