Thinking space humans
Who is on the move?
In Berlin today, in Los Angeles or on Bali tomorrow. No problem – at least for a tiny portion of people around the world. But most people face more or less insurmountable obstacles. How can the opportunities of mobility, the freedom to choose where to live, as well as possibilities to remain in a particular place or country be allocated more equitably?
Behind us lie centuries in which colonial powers and national states steered the fate of the world. This continues to influence the movement of people until today. But what lies ahead of us? Can we imagine a world in which everyone can move freely and feel at home no matter where?