Autor: Mechthild vom Büchel

Internationales Bildungs- und Begegnungswerk in Dortmund

„Europe4refugees – follow the routes“ – Expert group returns from Calabria

„Europe4refugees – follow the routes“ – Expert group returns from Calabria

This year alone, more than 100 000 refugees have been received in Italy. Yet, the south of Italy itself does not live in clover. Unemployment is considerably higher than in the richer north. Many young Italians leave the region, and look for career opportunities elsewhere. At the same time, and in this complicated situation, refugees […]

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The Project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commences in Italy

The Project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commences in Italy

On Sunday, 22nd of October 2017, the project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commenced in the Southern Italian town of Cosenza: As part of a strategic partnership, seven partner organisations in the field of adult education from five countries will closely collaborate until November 2019 in order to reach one goal: A practically-oriented country comparison […]

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IBB starts International Project “Europe4Refugees – Follow the Routes”

“Green light” for a new European long-term project: In September 2017, the International Association for Education and Exchange (IBB e.V.) in Dortmund can start their work on the project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes”, as part of a strategic partnership. Seven partner organisations in the field of adult education from five countries will closely collaborate […]

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Youth conference at the State Parliament in Dusseldorf: Democracy is what you make of it

Youth conference at the State Parliament in Dusseldorf: Democracy is what you make of it

Not a trace of disenchantment with politics: On Monday, the 13th of February, active youths met with politicians of all factions at the State Parliament in Dusseldorf. The goal of the youth conference taking place as part of the “Pimp my Europe” project: Young people, active in local youth centres, develop perspectives for a Europe […]

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Informational evening regarding the qualification of volunteers in refugee support

The International Association for Education and Exchange in Dortmund (IBB e.V.) invites to an informational evening for future volunteers in refugee support on Monday, 28th of October 2016, from 18:00 at the Reinoldinum, Schwanenwall 34, Dortmund. From January 2017 on. as part of the programme „DoKuMente“, those interested and able to spend at least two […]

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Qualification programme „DoKuMente“ commences its second phase

  A comprehensive qualification for volunteers in supporting refugees and EU-migrants is offered by the programme „DoKuMente“. In January, the second phase will commence. At an informational evening on Monday, 28th of November 2016, from 18:00 at Reinoldinum, Schwanenwall 34, in Dortmund, IBB e.V. presents the seminar programme and will answer all questions. „DoKuMente“ is […]

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[Inklud:Mi] networking congress 2016: Documentation is available

What are the obstacles on the path to better accommodation for refugees or EU-2 migrants with disabilities of psychological illnesses? What are best-practice examples from other cities? These were the questions of the networking congress [Inklud:Mi] on the 3rd of May 2016 at the Dietrich-Keuning-Haus in Dortmund. About 150 professionals and volunteers from information centres, […]

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Congratulations for the first alumni – DoKuMente

Twelve alumni of the IBB training programme „DoKuMente“ received their diplomas from the hands of Hildegard Azimi-Boedecker, Department manager for Job international and Migration at the International Association for Education and Exchange (IBB e.V.) at the Reinoldium on Monday, 5th of September 2016. The Dortmunders participated in a one-year training programme and on Monday passed […]

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16th Youth Summit as part of the Weimar Triangle is intensively dealing with the topic of „Flight and Displacement – Then and Now“

16th Youth Summit as part of the Weimar Triangle is intensively dealing with the topic of „Flight and Displacement – Then and Now“

The 15 German participants at the 16th Youth Summit as part of the Weimar triangle are sure to be invited to Dusseldorf again: State Secretary for European Affairs Dr. Marc Jan Eumann wants to continue the dialogue with the active youths and let them participate in finding the topics for the next, 17th Youth Summit […]

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