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Park Inn Berlin donates Rainbow Cake for the IDAHOT 2015

Berlin’s Mayor cuts the Rainbow Cake donated to the MANEO-Campaign “Kiss Kiss Berlin”

Berlin’s current mayor, Michael Müller cut the “Kiss Kiss Berlin – Rainbow Cake in the Berlin City Hall. This cake was donated by the Park Inn Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz to celebrate the IDAHOT 2015, The International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. The Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz donted the 90 x 57 cm large Lemon-Cream Cake with raspberry jam filling to the Gay Anti-Violence-Project in Berlin MANEO to celebrate the campaign “Kiss Kiss Berlin”. The annual campaign begins on the 21st of March the International Day against Racism and ends on the 17th of May, the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. Together with its partners, MANEO takes a strong stand against racism, homophobia, transphobia and against discrimination in any form against any group, to fight for tolerance and variety, a colourful and cosmopolitan Berlin.

Cosmopolitanism and Tolerance are important for Berlin

“Cosmopolitanism and tolerance are very important for us as a Berlin Hotel many different guests from all over the world – that’s why we are very glad to be supporting the MANEO-Campaign Kiss Kiss Berlin again”, explains Jürgen Gangl, General Manager of the Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz. Supported by members of the Berliner Toleranzbündnisses (Berlin Tolerance Alliance), every year „Kiss Kiss Berlin – Rainbow Cakes“ are prepared and donated, which are then cut together at prestigious locations between the 4th and 17th of May. At this year’s campaign 20 “Kiss Kiss Rainbow Cakes” were cut at 20 different locations, for example, at the Department of Foreign Affairs, at the Berlin House of Representatives, the Senate Department of Justice, at the State Police School in Berlin, at the Gay Museum, at the Schöneberg Community Center and at the Residential Home Zeughofstraße of the Diakonisches Werk, where civil war victims and asylum seekers are accomodated.

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