managed by Robert Rädel
Who owns the city? Who lives on public green spaces and who decides what happens there? Organisms Democracy finds completely new answers to these questions. It is about questioning the dominance of the human species on this planet and extending the idea of democracy to all living beings on a small experimental area.
We have established a popular democracy of organisms on our national territory in Wedding, based on the Universal Declaration of Organismal Rights. It is structured as a constitutional form of government according to the principle of separation of powers: The parliament is the political representation of all organisms living on the national territory, divided into 7 fractions of plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms. The executive implements the decisions of the parliament, and the constitutional court of the organism democracy controls the decisions of the parliament and the work of the executive for their conformity with the constitution.