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Call for applications for the CrossCulture Programme (CCP) for Syrian refugees in Germany

CCP is an exchange and dialogue programme of ifa (Institut für Auslands­beziehungen) that supports political, social and cultural processes in North Africa and the Middle East as a partner of the Federal Foreign Office. CCP enables the participants to gain intercultural and professional experience. Young people are brought into contact with each other overcoming cultural boundaries. Apart from an exchange on a professional level, CCP participants get the opportunity to gain an insight into working methods and ways of communication in Germany. In 2017, CCP offers the opportunity for Syrian refugees in Germany to participate and expand their professional and socio-political competence by cooperating with German institutions. The following organisations offer three-month internships between September and December 2017: · HELLERAU – European Center for the Arts Dresden, Dresden · Adopt a revolution, Berlin · DOX BOX Association, Berlin Syrian refugees between the age of 23 and 45 with work experience in Syria can apply until 25 May 2017. Please find more information on the scholarship opportunity online

Call for Entries: UNFRAMED Festival 2017

Festival Date: 2-5 November 2017 Application Deadline: 28.05.2017 You are an artist or politically engaged? You have got something to say? You want to present yourself at the UNFRAMED FESTIVAL? Send us your application to the contact email below. Festival theme 2017: DEGROWTH​. By including all formats like images, words or performances the festival will put in question if the degrowth movement is an utopia or a turning point in our societies. Does avoidance of mass production and changing to sustainable consumption mean decreasing prosperity? Is non-consumption enriching art, culture and community? How does positive growth look like? How can we contribute to a growth that serves the humanity? Please send your application until 28/05/2017​ with - name of participant​, collective or group - name of work and format type​ (workshop, talk, product presentation, exhibition, performance, music, film screening or other) - short description​ presenting your work and your theme - work pictures​ and web links - contact information​ and brief description about your person, collective or group Email​(as single pdf-file)to: The UNFRAMED FESTIVAL is an open format festival with annually changing political topics. Crossover artworks, talks and workshops raise questions about contemporary issues of our societies and provide space for dialogues and collective creativity. The multicultural program takes place throughout varying event spaces within the cultural hotspots of Berlin. The festival's main focus is - giving a voice back to the people - raising debates - being a stage of culture for everyone - connecting newcomers with locals - free access for everyone RAISE THE DEBATE

Information day for refugees at the TU 2017

When and where? 31.5, 16-18 pm, room 0110 in the main building of the TU Berlin The TU Information day on 30th and 31st of May 2017 provides answers to all important questions concerning the subject of studies: Study participants will get an insight into the TU Berlin's offer of studies, they will get tips on their study decision and ask questions at an infomarket from the important contact persons of the university. The detailed program of the TU Information day can be found on our website: In addition we offer on 31.5. An information event specially designed for students with a refugee background. We answer to questions such as: What is the difference between education and study? Should I study at the Fachhochschule or at the university? And what fits the best for me? We give an overview of the German education system and show the possibilities for refugees at the TU Berlin. What? Information day: How does studying work in Germany? When? On 31.5.2017, 16-18 pm Where? Main building of the TU Berlin, room 0110 Street of June 17, 135, 10623 Berlin For whom? all interested For more information about TU Berlin's offers for refugees, visit: