StreitBar of the Network for Tolerance discusses online on 23 March

The Network for Tolerance Waldeck-Frankenberg has already issued several invitations to its StreitBar - a discussion round in which current issues, hot topics or irritant words are "argued" fairly. Due to the pandemic, however, it is currently not possible to hold the discussion round as an attendance event. The Network for Tolerance therefore invites you to its first Online-StreitBar on March 23 from 7 to 9 pm. The topic: "Home office - opportunities and risks."

Few other topics have been and are currently being discussed as intensively as the topic of home offices, in addition to the topic of Corona with all its facets. Being one's own boss, free time management, working in familiar surroundings - this is appreciated and used by many employees and self-employed people. But what about the distinction between work and free time? What is the situation like when it is also combined with homeschooling? And where are the contacts and exchanges with colleagues? Numerous legal and financial questions remain unanswered.

On March 23, Holger Kindler from the DGB Nordhessen, District Administrator Dr. Reinhard Kubat and teacher and education consultant Susanne Steuber will discuss this topic with each other. The event will be moderated by Peter Grohme, the education officer of the Evangelical Church of Kurhessen-Waldeck, Dr. Jürgen Römer, head of the village and regional development department at the district authority, and Ursula Müller, the coordinator of the Waldeck-Frankenberg Network for Tolerance.

The participants of the StreitBar can already ask questions in the run-up to the event. For this purpose, the Network for Tolerance provides a padlet that is sent with the registration. During the event, questions are possible via chat. The event will be conducted via Big Blue Button, a link to which will be sent to participants two days before the event. Registrations are possible online via If you have any questions, network coordinator Ursula Müller is available for clarification at the e-mail address The Network for Tolerance Waldeck-Frankenberg is funded by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs as part of the program "Live Democracy" and the Hessian Ministry of the Interior.