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The historic town hall of Wuppertal - the picturesque location of the Wuppertal Institute's 25th birthday party on 8 September. Picture: (c) Lars Langemeier

Dear readers,

"Making Utopia possible – Welcome to Wuppertal" is the theme of the Wuppertal Institute's 25th anniversary. Together with our partners and friends in policy and economy, science and society we want to celebrate in the historic town hall of Wuppertal on 8 September. But we also want to discuss what clears the path to and for utopias. Afterwards activists of the Wuppertal's Arrenberg quarter invite interested parties to explore their transformation potential before the celebration party begins.
Find more at our anniversary website.

Celebrate with us!
Dorle Riechert and Kerstin Eiwen (editors)

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