SpinLab’s Eric Weber helping make Leipzig and Saxony a better job market, one startup at a time.
Some journalists are beaten up, others strike out against their subjects when tasked with covering the refugee crisis in Europe, as media leaders discussed last week in Leipzig.
These are jobs advertised in the past two weeks in Leipzig and environs, plus a list of companies hiring international teachers or translators at the end of this post. If you find any job ads you feel like sharing here, please pass them along to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line #ExpatJobs.
By Marjon Borsboom October 8th ► TEDxHHL – the first TEDx in Leipzig Event with famous speakers about Technology, Education and Design. More info re. program & tickets http://www.tedxhhl.de/program/ October 9th ► Lichtfest at Augustusplatz Every year on October 9 Leipzig celebrates the start of the Peaceful Revolution in 1989 that eventually led to the…
Here’s our regular listing of films being shown in English and other original foreign languages, and sometimes German with foreign partnerships, at Leipzig cinemas for this movie week. From now on, I will try to write movie reviews more or less regularly for ones you can see here. This week I reviewed “Que Horas Ela Volta?” whose showtimes you can find in this post, among many other interesting-sounding cinematic features including a biographical film on the Lance Armstrong investigation and scandal.
Besides being a humanitarian crisis, the current refugee situation also highlights limitations to press freedom in Europe.