In Germany, a strange behaviour is emerging among the leaders and hopefuls of the free economy: they work pro bono – free of charge and for the good of society in organisations in the social sector. At first it looks like the work of a few confused people with no logical connection. Nevertheless, the phenomenon continues to spread. Networks, such as the Global Pro Bono Network, are emerging.
The Federal Ministry of the Interior decides to establish a special commission with special privileges, the SOKO Logik. Already after the first investigations it becomes clear: there is more behind this “do-gooderism”.