Raimund Reintjes


Raimund Reintjes, born in 1968, studied political science. After graduating in 1997, he taught street children in Nicaragua, then spent a few years as a scientist at Humboldt University, subsequently worked as a copywriter and conceptual designer for various agencies and, from 2003, immersed himself in the biotopes of the socio-culture and subculture of a huge, disused railway area. From 2004 to 2010 he ran a club and a venue for cabaret, theatre, jazz, neighbourhood meetings, readings, children's circus, variety shows and much more. From 2007 to 2014 he also organized the weekly electronics series "Dienstagswelt" as well as numerous concert nights from the fields of dub, world music, jazz and electronics. In addition, he organized several festivals for Gema-free music, floats at the Fuckparade as well as the Zug der Liebe and, in parallel to nocturnal techno events on his format "Mitternachtstalk", had representatives from politics and the scene discuss various topics around the Berlin music circus. In 2013/ 2014, together with Fixpunkt e.V., he developed the "BEST" training programme on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Health to increase drug competence among employees in nightlife. Raimund Reintjes has been a member of the Berlin Club Commission for 10 years, was on the board and head of the business unit. Today he is responsible for the aspects of politics, health and, most recently, the establishment of a new noise protection fund for clubs with the Economic Senate. As co-author, producer and co-curator of the Berlin Nightlife Conference "City after Eight", he has been organizing an exciting and innovative platform for a wide variety of perspectives on the city at night since 2016.

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