Master werden ist nicht schwer, Master sein dagegen sehr!

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The zine is dedicated to her friends in Nigeria, especially to Julius an Festus.
The zine is dedicated to her friends in Nigeria, especially to Julius an Festus.
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Her texts and publications support her aim for social improvement. Astrid Toda speaks several languages including German, English, French and Japanese. Some of her publications are available in different languages.
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Her texts and publications support her aim for social improvement. Astrid Toda speaks several languages including German, English, French and Japanese, among others. Some of her publications are available in different languages.
The publication is included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].
The publication is included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].

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Master werden ist nicht schwer, Master sein dagegen sehr! is one of the first puplications by Astrid Toda. Astrid Toda is from Germany but lives in Benin, West Africa. She is an activist, writes, takes fotos but first and foremost she is organizing the construction of schools in remote villages in close collaboration with the local people.

Subject-matter of this A5 publication is the dependency between employer and employee. On 36 pages she reports on her experiences and memories in the first years in Lagos, Nigeria (Westafrica). The title could be translated with: "It's easy to become a master, but it hard to act as one!" The zine is dedicated to her friends in Nigeria, especially to Julius an Festus.

Her texts and publications support her aim for social improvement. Astrid Toda speaks several languages including German, English, French and Japanese, among others. Some of her publications are available in different languages.

The publication is included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.

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