Freedom of Thought
in the Delphi Filmpalast
Kantstrasse 12a in Berlin Charlottenburg

Friday June 29, 2001- Admission at 20:00 h

The accusation: Prof. Thomas Szasz and Prof. George Alexander
in front of the Delphi Film Theater.

Above: Opening speech by Axel Wüstenhagen, director of the UN representation in Bonn with a welcome address by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson


Above: Paulo Coelho reads from and autographs his book "Veronika decides to die"


Left and Below: The american writer and human rights activist Kate Millet reads a report


The "Volksbuehne" actor Herbert Fritsch reads texts out of the so-called "Prinzhorn Collection" and from writings by Konrad Beyers

"Porträt" by Paul Goesch, murdered in 1940 in the "Aktion T4" by doctors in Hartheim.


Jakob van Hoddis Theater -
a theatrical reading accompanied by Cello music:
"Jakob van Hoddis - a german fate"

Artists: Antonín Dick and Sonny Thet

Jakob von Hoddis, born 1887 in Berlin, 1942 by the Nazis deported and murdered

The event was supported by the bookstore Kiepert and the publishers Diogenes.