Refugee Site / Die Seite für Geflüchtete
Calendar with German, Christian, Jewish, Islamic,
and other Holidays 2019:
A visit to the "Allwetterzoo" Münster
When? June 22!
Cross-Cultural Afternoon Meeting for Parents and their Kids
Last Tuesday in the Month from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Next meetings: 25.06.2019
Responsible Organizers: Haus der Generationen (HdG), Gemeinde Everswinkel, zwinkel
Sewing is funNext meetings: 21.05., 18.06., 25.06., 02.07., 09.07.2019
Always on Tuesdays from 15:00 hrs to 16:45 hrs at the "Verbundschule" (* For women only! Kids will be looked after.)
We will be sewing a bag for German textbooks, and clothes for adultsas well as children.
Pictures taken in autumn 2018
Next meeting: will be announced in due time.
Open Get-Together Discontinued Model
To our great regret, we have to discontinue the Open Get-Together, so successful in the past, from now until further notice. The organizing team is no longer able to offer this form of contact because of its other commitments in the refugee initiative and the decline in attendance. We would like to thank all those very much for their commitment who have accompanied us on this journey, be it active as a creative person, or as a visitor,.
Who knows what the future holds - maybe something new will come later.
As of 2015, a lot of people have been making a great effort to integrate our refugees, currently numbering approx. 250.
This endeavour has proved to be quite successful, which the mixed Integration Team, along with other initiatives in Everswinkel and Alverskirchen, may take the credit for.
Therefore, the members have pondered to give a new form to their work. From now on, their primary concern will be to plan and hold the Get-Together in the HdG.
> personally or via telephone:
Haus der Generationen (HdG), Nordstraße 39, Telephone: 02582 / 8004
MON – THU 14:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs, FRI 14:00 hrs to 19:00 hrs
> via e-mail: [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Home page of the Refugee Initiative:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL REFUGEES
# The Personal Liability Insurance (Haftpflichtversicherung) offered by the local authority (Rathaus) ends as soon as a refugee has received his/her Residence Permit (Aufenthaltsstatus), i.e. when he/she receives support by the Job Center.
Consequence: He/She must take out an insurance himself/herself!
# You should ensure that your account (e.g. at Sparkasse/Volksbank) has sufficient funds available at your direct debits, e.g. for your rent (Abbuchungsermächtigungen für z.B. Miete), since your financial institution will charge considerable fees immediately. Keep in mind that the first payments by the Job Center might take some time!
Consumer Tips / Check list with consumer tips for refugees in English and Arabic
- What do I have to pay attention to in terms of my bank account?
- How can I find disguised costs in my cell phone contract?
- What do I do when I receive a demand for payment?
- What is important to know when I first move into an apartment?
In addition, there are six Arabic video clips explaining topics, such as foodstuff, banking, personal liability insurance, cell phone contract, first private apartment, spare time activities, ...
The German Basic Law / Constitution in Arabic:
>>> Self-Help Group for Refugees and Migrants with Mental Problems (traumata, depressions, anxiety disorders...)
Call this number: 0228 71 00 24 25 (help available in these languages: Arabic, English, and French)
Consultation by phone:
Monday through Thursday: 10:00 to 12:00hrs and 14:00 to20:00 hrs
Friday: 10:00 to 12.00 hrs and 14:00 to 18:00 hrs
Via e-mail: email@example.com
Psychological consultants will answer within 48 hours (save weekends).
>>> Protection against Discrimination in Germany. A Guide for Refugees and New Immigrants (English)
Arabic law advice will be availble soon.
>>> New APP for female refugees suffering from domestic violence
Information available in German, English, Kurdish, Pashto, and Arabic on counselling services and police stations as well as on women's rights in Germany
>>> Free cross-cultural app available: www.ankommenapp.de
>>> Multi-lingual flyer released by "Welcome to Europe" on deportation back to Afghanistan:
>>> Guide for Your First Weeks in Germany: https://www.ankommenapp.de/
>>> Have you lost a family member when fleeing from your home country?: www.tracetheface.org> or DRK-Suchdienst Fachinformation_Familienzusammenführung Flüchtlinge_13.06.2017.pdf
>>> Save the data of your smartphone before it gets lost/stolen:
>>> Kitchen Vocabulary: Küchenwörterbuch Guten_Appetit deutsch arabisch.pdf
>>> Two brochures on the German school system: http://ki-koeln.de/languages/
>>> Cross-cultural TV-programme (German/Arabic): http://www.n-tv.de/marhaba
>>> General Refugee Guide: http://www.refugeeguide.de
>>> Vocabulary: W100255_Refugees_Welcome_Wortschatz.pdf
>>> On swimming: http://www.dlrg.de/informieren/regeln/download-uebersetzungen.html
>>> First German phrases and words (in English, French, Arabic): http://www.refugeephrasebook.de/
>>> Information for young refugees in North Rhine-Westphalia: http://www.youngrefugees.nrw/
>>> Zanzu: My body in words and images (in English, French, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Bulgarian, Polish, Shqipja, Romanian, Spanish, Dutch): http://www.zanzu.de/de
>>> Basic Information for Eritreans: Basisinfo 3amhar Eritrea.pdf
>>> Basic Information for Arabic-speaking Refugees: Basisinfo 3arab.pdf
How to deal with Waste in German and Arabic:
>>>>> Plastics / Plastik:
>>>>> Paper / Papier:
>>>>> Residual Waste / Restmüll:
>>>>> Biodegradable Waste / Biomüll:
>>>>> Heating / Richtig heizen: