Veranstaltung für Flüchtlinge der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks

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Veranstaltung für Flüchtlinge der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks

Guten Tag zusammen,

die Stipendiaten der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks veranstalten vom 23. bis zum 26. Juni diverse Seminare zum Thema Flüchtlingkrise.

Wichtig: Die Veranstaltung richtet sich ausschließlich an Geflüchtete.

Wer also in Kontakt mit Flüchtlingen ist, kann sie gerne zu der Veranstaltung einladen.

Hier der Originaltext:

Dear everyone,

the so-called refugee crisis is stated as a big challenge. Maybe it is even the biggest challenge of the century.

Due to this, we – scholarship holders of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation (cf.https://studienstiftung.de/ & https://en.wikipedia.org./wiki/Studienstiftung) were wondering, if and how individuals can contribute to addressing this challenge.

Since the German Academic Scholarship Foundation promotes scholarship holders who want to take initiative and responsibility, it enables us to organise seminars on socially relevant issues.

Therefore, it is our pleasure to invite you to our seminar „Refugeeism & Asylum in Europe and Germany – Enhancing active citizenship!“ that will take place in a youth hostel in Frankfurt am Main from 23rd to 26th June2016. As this issue concerns everybody and all parts of society, this seminar is also accessible for non-scholarship holders.

At this seminar, you and about 100 other individuals (current and former scholarship holders and other interested people) will come together to discuss different aspects of the seminar´s subject in 6 work groups. Working in groups, you will develop ideas and initiatives for personal commitment. Each group focuses on another aspect of the
seminar´s subject. These groups are:

  1. Causes of flight
  2. Flight to Europe and the European refugee policy
  3. The German refugee policy
  4. Active citizenship and social involvement
  5. Integration
  6. The media

 

Additionally, there will be a suitable framework program (e.g. an introductory to asylum law and a film screening).

To enable non-German speakers to participate in the seminar, the seminar language will be English.

Please find further information about the seminar and the working groups in the attached announcement.

We are looking forward to getting to know you in Frankfurt am Main!
Best wishes,

your organising team,
Max Daniel, Nils Imgarten, Corinna Klingler, Lena Koritnik, Anima Pieper, Franziska Reiffen, Jonas Seufert, Klara Sommer, Sebastian Stommel, Markus Zimmer, Justus Zorn