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Assessing the needs of refugees in Husum

Published: 2017-01-20
Assessing the needs of refugees in Husum

16 participants of the integration course from the Wirtschaftsakademie Schleswig-Holstein in Husum took part in a workshop to analyse the needs of supporting services for refugees moderated by Mr. Mazen Okasha.

After a short introduction of Project SEMPRE by LEN coordinator Martina Sievertsen and her colleague Tina Zick, the participants gave a detailed overview of their heritage, their previous experiences in Germany and the problems they have to deal with now in their everyday life in a rural part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

In this workshop the essential needs and wishes of the refugees were worked out and the results were recorded.  

The next step is to initiate micro-projects to develop target-oriented services with active involvement of the refugees.

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REGISTER NOW: SEMPRE Final Conference "Make Empowerment Happen! Changing Mindsets for Better Social Services" will take place in Riga on 27 and 28 November 2018

Published: 2018-10-15
As the SEMPRE project is approaching the end of its lifetime, the project partners coordially invite you to Riga (Lativa) on 27 to 28 November 2018 to present the results of the project but also reflect on social innovation and empowerment in a wider context! Join our final conference "Make Empowerment Happen!  Changing Mindsets for Better Social Services".

Jointly organized regional conference and annual conference in education at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (Valmiera, Latvia), 26 October 2018

Published: 2018-10-13

The SEMPRE project partner Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences coordially invites your to the jointly organized regional conference and annual conference in education in Valmiera, Latvia, which is going to focus on inclusive education and social entrepreneurship topics, emphasizing future professions and skills that will help to develop learning methods and resources that can be used in the future work.

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