We’ve been honoured to work with many amazing groups, organisations and small businesses in Berlin and beyond. Here are a few – please support their work!

We’ve just started putting this page together, if your group has collaborated with aequa over the last years and you’d like to have a profile on this page – please drop us an email at

Berlin Collective Action e.V. exists to give support and aid to those most impacted by risk and violence in Berlin, as a result of COVID-19 and its egregious economic aftermath.

The first intersectional work & social club in Germany. BIWOC* stands for Black, Indigenous and Women* of Colour, including trans women and femmes, and our non-binary and gender non-conforming siblings of colour.

Books Beyond Bars UK is a collective of volunteers who send books and other educational materials, free of charge, to incarcerated LGBTQIA+ people across the United Kingdom.

DICE Conference + Festival is a music and discourse festival creating a more equitable model for music spaces. DICE hosts a comprehensive programme of lectures, workshops, panels, artist talks, and reading groups, as well as a live music programme, drag performances, sound installations, and commissioned works.

Driller Queens is an English speaking, queer-friendly business helping you with your home repairs and improvements. Their diverse team of craftspeople are friendly, experienced and pride themselves on creating a safe space both for their team and their customers.

Éclat Crew is a Berlin-based Electronic Music Collective aiming to support, promote, and inspire the practice and output of female*, trans and non-binary artists through collaboration and cooperation. They meet fortnightly – online, or in person in Berlin when it’s possible – to work on shared music-making challenges. They also throw parties, and collaborate with other collectives and events around Berlin and Europe.

Empower is an afro-futurist and queer-feminist festival featuring some of the most important music, audiovisual and visual art being made by queers and people of colour today.

The Feminist Food Club supports trans and cis women as well as non-binary people in the food industry, and exposes sexist, classist, and racist issues in gastronomy.

FemmeFitness is a workout class combining fitness workouts, (a)sexual empowerment and online feminist discussions. Currently taking place every Monday evening online!

“We are a community of kick-ass grrls who gave our hearts away to Berlin a long time ago. We’ve all been on our own unique paths to somehow find our way to each other.

This project was born out of a desire to uplift and inspire ourselves, and others who are building their lives in this weird and wonderful town we now call home”

Get-home-safe and Everyday Trans Solidarity campaigns by Kes Otter Lieffe

Bringing together illustration & social change
#migrant #diasporic #bipoc 🌈
Celebrating diversity & community🌙

Anja (Pin Primrose) is a breathwork teacher and herbalist based in the UK. They offer group and 1:1 online breathwork sessions including LGBTQIA only spaces and breathwork with herbs.

The mission of the Solidarity Apothecary is to materially support revolutionary struggles and communities with plant medicines to strengthen collective autonomy, self-defence and resilience to climate change, capitalism and state violence.

The Left Berlin is an online news and comment journalism project providing a platform for a broad range of progressive perspectives. This journalistic project is run by a small group of volunteer editors which grew out of the Berlin Left Internationals.

Bücher und Kunstprodukte, die verdeutlichen & feiern, dass es mehr als zwei Geschlechter:

What’s That Noise? is an on-going series that focuses on select female* artists of the past, recognising and cherishing those who pushed musical and societal boundaries and whose stories and music deserve to be heard. What’s That Noise? is a research project, a radio show, a music-performance series and a listening workshop.

Women in Exile is an initiative of refugee women founded in Brandenburg in 2002 by refugee women to fight for their rights.

Zoe Langer is a UX & Graphic Designer based in Berlin, Germany. Her work is focused on small business, community building, and social justice.