Terrarium Workshop

Sunday, September 12th, 15.00, Meeting point Park Platz

Workshop – ROTA Basel

A terrarium is a tiny ecosystem where you usually keep small plants or animals to protect or observe them. It is a lot of fun to build such a terrarium yourself and apart from that it is also very useful because you can explain to children, for example, the water cycle through the processes of evaporation and condensation in a terrarium. Because of these processes that conserve water and moisture inside the terrarium, plants can survive for years without being watered. Through this workshop, which we also plan to offer at the enough. Action Days, we respond to the socialization and employment needs of isolated migrants and refugees.

About ROTA

ROTA; is a structure in which all migrants who have immigrated voluntarily or forcibly create their self-organization in social, cultural, economic, political and many other fields.
ROTA stands against all kinds of oppression and discriminatory attitudes and policies that marginalize people regardless of religion, language, race and gender. However, it defines itself in opposition to racism, hierarchy, homophobia and adopts a collective form of organization. Regardless of their status (from citizenship to undocumented migrants), every person with a migrant background has a place in ROTA.
ROTA understands self-organization as an organization of solidarity, with which migrants can have their say, fight and act together in all questions of life and organizes itself in this way. 
ROTA is a structure that carries out all this work in solidarity, without regular and direct support from any institution, association or state.

Solidarity strengthens the migrant resistance.