Category Themenseminare

New material for the classroom: Asylum procedures

 

Together with our seminar trainers and asylum seekers from the refugee shelter of the Berliner Stadtmission we worked last year on material on the Asylum procedures in Germany. The texts can be now used and tested in the classroom as starting point for further discussions.

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On tour in Erfurt

Today our seminar trainers from Dresden and Berlin are on tour in Erfurt. Beginning of May the project “Mix It” brought together vocational students with and without a refugee background together learning how to make videos and develop storylines. Mix It is realized by the Deutschen Filmakademie, bilderbewegen e.V. and the Schwarzkopf Foundation, funded by the family minstry within the framework of the federal programme “Demokratie leben!”, the Federal Agency for Civic Education and the Peter Ustinov Foundation.

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Mix It – film project with newcomers and local youth starts in Thuringia

Together with the Deutsche Filmakademie and bilderbewegen e.V., the Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe launches a media week with newcomers and local youth from Erfurt, Germany.

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Training the (peer) trainers in Porto, Münster and Dresden

Over the first weekend of March, a training event for the Foundation’s peer trainers took place in parallel in Porto (Portugal) and Münster as well as Dresden (Germany). The events focused on either introducing new trainers into the project or strengthening methodological skills and content-knowledge. The training in Porto was supported by Luis Menéndez of the Spanish team of Understanding Europe.

For the Portuguese team, according to Afonso Loureiro, project coordinator in Portugal, “Understanding Europe is of much importance for the Portuguese reality. We want to dismantle preconceptions about the EU. We want to successfully explain what is the EU and how it works. That way we will make youngsters engage more politically and make sure that their voices are heard. We are moved by the possibility of changing mentalities and working with youngsters to improve our EU and keep united in diversity.”

In Münster and Dresden, the...

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