AKS / Häuser Bewegen
Julian holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from Technische Universität Dresden, and he is a political activist and consultant for projects on urban democracy, the co-production of urban space, and Gemeinwohl housing policies and economy. He is a co-founder and currently the CEO of the real-estate mediation cooperative Häuser Bewegen GIMA eG. For over a decade, he has been working within collaborative structures organizing non-commercial cultural and political events such as the urbanize! Festival in Berlin and Monis Rache Festival. Previously, he worked with Diese eG housing cooperative and with AKS Gemeinwohl, which focuses on helping tenants, landlords, and politicians in finding alternatives to the neoliberal real-estate transactions. In addition, he contributed to research in the field of participatory processes in environmental law at the Independent Institute for Environmental Issues in Berlin.