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For migrant organizations, multipliers and public institutions


"How did I get into this strange dress?": The turnaround and migration stories of women *.

06.12.19 | 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Rathaus Pankow (Emma-Ihr-Saal) | Breite Strasse 24a-26, 13187 Berlin

On the occasion of 30 years of the fall of the Wall, we invite Pankowerinnen * to a narrative salon and to exchange ideas about the different experiences of the time of the fall of the Wall.

The focus is on the exchange of experiences in this, for many, very existential time of change. What has everyone lost, what gained for themselves? What connects us with the women * who are building a new home here?

With a humorous start by the Pankow writer, presenter and columnist Lea Streisand.

A cooperation between the AK der Pankow women's projects, the Pankow women's advisory board, the equal opportunities and integration officer of the Pankow district office.

We are very happy to be able to participate!

The event is fully booked. Registration is no longer possible.

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Fairy tale told ... in your language


11/4/19 - 11/14/19 | See Appendix

City libraries in Pankow Berlin

Whether in Polish, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Quechua, Spanish, Arabic or Dari - the fairy tales are also told in German.

The 4th Pankower Bilingual Fairy Tale Days will take place parallel to the 30th Berlin Fairy Tale Days 2019 from November 4th to 14th. The series of events is organized by numerous Pankow migrant organizations under the umbrella of Tandem Projekt MIGRAPOWER, MeM eV, which work together with the city libraries to strengthen multilingualism. The readings are free and last around 45 minutes. Admission is free.

Registration in the respective library.

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Symposium: Language for Health - Health for Languages

09/26/19 | 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Youth Culture Center Königstadt | Saarbrücker Strasse 23 10405 Berlin

On the occasion of the International Language Day, we are organizing a specialist day within the BEfaN network together with the Pankow district office, the Lived Multilingualism project and the Migrapower project, to which we cordially invite you.
This year, too, we are dedicated to the topic of multilingualism and health in early childhood. We look forward to a lively exchange with everyone present.

The aim of the lectures as well as the discussion and workshops is to show us as parents, educators, teachers, employees in the health care system and in the city administration the great mutual influence multilingualism and emotional development of children have on one another. We continue to see a great need for action in this area, because the socio-emotional well-being of children has a major influence on their cognitive and linguistic development.

• Raising awareness of the relationships between children's emotional well-being and language acquisition; the role of the health system and early childhood education institutions
• Raising awareness in the health system of the role of multilingualism in language development
• Promotion of intercultural openness

target group
Parents, MOs in the education sector, educational specialists, specialist administrations and specialists from the health sector.

On this symposium, we want to discuss the following key questions with the actors involved:
1. What role does the recognition of multilingualism play in early childhood and in the health system?
2. What influence does language have on the psycho-emotional development of multilingual children?
3. Which problem areas can be identified in this area?
4. What best practice examples are there for the cooperation between the health department and migrant organizations?

Lingua Pankow (District Office Pankow) and BEFaN Netzwerk (VIA Association for Intercultural Work), Project Lived Multilingualism, Project Migrapower.

Cooperation partner
MaMis en Movimiento eV, SprachCafé Polish eV, Empower Dich project (Yekmal eV), Working Group New Education ANE eV

Language for Health - Health for Languages ​​is fully booked - Registration is no longer possible. Thank you for your understanding.

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Women's collective Janainas relies on knowledge exchange 2.0

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The Janainas collective with Brazilian women living in Berlin starts the pilot project “Knowledge Exchange 2.0: Career Recovery” in August in the Brunnenviertel.

Janainas wants to expand the knowledge exchange concept that has been tried and tested in the district. The focus should now be on migrant women. For this group, (re) integration into the labor market is often difficult.

As a pilot project, four exchange seminars will be offered in September and October in which professions, training and the labor market will be presented. The participants also get the opportunity to practice German by listening, asking questions and engaging in conversation.

At the start of August, a survey in the target group is to find out which professions and training courses are of the greatest interest. Then experts from the desired professional fields will be invited to the seminars in September and October. The content of the workshops includes information on required school-leaving qualifications, average income and the requirements of the professions and the labor market. At the closing event in November, a career counselor will show the way to an apprenticeship or job.

For migrant women, obstacles to returning to work are unrecognized training courses or linguistic and bureaucratic obstacles to the recognition of qualifications. Many mothers feel left out of society when they have to look after the family at home, while the husband can integrate through work and the children through school. In the debate about the integration of migrants into society, the focus is often on the integration of men. It is overlooked that highly qualified immigrant workers such as computer scientists, doctors or scientists are often married. The project aims to focus on the particular difficulties women face.

Information about the seminars and the dates will be published shortly on social media and by email.


Janainas is an existing collective of Brazilian women in Berlin who have come together to carry out projects for migrant women. The main goal is to give them the opportunity to re-identify with their abilities, to trust the existing strengths and to use these strengths and competencies for a better integration. This gives them a voice and allows them to claim their place in society.

The knowledge exchange has been established in the Brunnenviertel since 2014 and today forms an important platform for knowledge exchange and networking. With Study Circles - informal small groups of 3–15 people who learn and exchange ideas together - a participatory educational model is used.

The Knowledge Exchange 2.0 project: Career recovery is funded by the Pfefferwerk Foundation.

Knowledge exchange 2.0: career recovery. A project by Coletivo Janainas and Brunnenviertel eV,

funded by the Pfefferwerk Foundation

Contact person: Evelyne Leandro ( )

The seminars are held in German (at least B1 level).

Links to the polls (reports will be accepted until August 30th):





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Information event about the training "BeVisible" 2019-2020

08/22/19 | 6:00 p.m.

Trixiewiz eV | Bernkastelerstr. 78 13088 Berlin

Dear colleagues, dear cooperation partners, dear friends,

We are very pleased to inform you that the fourth round of the BeVisible training will start in September 2019. The training qualifies the participants for the implementation of empowerment training, political education and advice on the subject of flight and asylum.

The training begins on September 19th.

The future participants will attend theoretical modules on the subjects of asylum law, counseling and empowerment, gender-specific handling of vulnerable refugees, transcultural skills and interreligious conflicts, among others. After the theory modules, you will also complete an internship in various organizations and initiatives. To participate in the training, knowledge of German at level B1 is required.

We would like to cordially invite all interested refugees * as well as people with refugee experience to apply to participate. In particular, we would like to encourage women * to participate.

The application phase has just begun and we would be happy if you forward the email and information to friends so that we can get a lot of applications.

Please send questions and applications with CV and letter of motivation to:

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Country trip: Brazil

05/23/19 | 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Karow District Library | Achillesstrasse 77, 13125

Brazil is one of the ten largest economies in the world. Nevertheless, there is still great poverty there. The country is divided into five regions and 27 federal states and is very diverse. Brazil offers unbelievable diversity, but also widespread inequality. Football, samba and carnival are known around the world, but only a small fraction of what Brazil has to offer. Learn more!

Speaker: (optional) Evelyne Leandro

Organized by Projekt Buch and Karow in Movement in cooperation with MaMis en Movimiento eV and Karow district library.

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IKMO symposium - the Berlin model of empowering migrant organizations through coaching, qualification and networking

05/17/19 | 9.30 a.m. - 1.30 p.m.

Neighborhood house Urbanstrasse | Urbanstrasse 21, 10961 Berlin

VIA eV, Club Dialog e. V. and the Turkish Bund Berlin-Brandenburg eV (TBB) have successfully continued the Intercultural Competence Center for Migrant Organization (IKMO) in a second project phase since June 2018. Shortly before the end of the project at the end of June 2019, we want to take stock and present the special features of the "IKMO", which is now known as the Berlin model for empowering migrant organizations and refugee initiatives, to the specialist public. We want to discuss with representatives from administrations and MOs why Berlin needs “IKMO” and which priorities will be important in the cooperation between MO and administrations in the coming years. In addition, the online database “Berlin Advisory Network for Immigrants” (BfZ) will be presented to the general public for the first time as a new tool for networking specialist institutions and organizations to work with immigrants in Berlin.

We look forward to your active participation and ask you to register with your name and organization / institution by email to

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1. Series of seminars Strengthening through participation

05/17/19 | 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

House of Democracy and Human Rights | Greifswalder Str. 4, 10405 Berlin

This year we are dealing with the topics of active political participation, self-empowerment and networking by and together with migrated _flugged women` *.
Migrant women and refugee women * have always been actively shaping this society, despite difficult access and disadvantages in terms of political participation.
In the varied series of seminars, the various possibilities for political participation as well as the handling of hurdles such as discrimination are thematized and even less well-known political participation options are shown.

Language mediators in Tigrinja, Kurdish, Arabic, French, Russian and Farsi will accompany the workshop and childcare is available.

We therefore ask you to register (with language and request for childcare) at:

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Closing event BeVisible 2018-2019 on May 10th at 5 p.m. in the Pankow town hall

05/10/19 | 17:00 o'clock

Town hall Pankow | Breite Str.24a-26, 13187 Berlin

trixiewiz eV and the district mayor Sören Benn honor graduates of the empowerment project “BeVisible” for refugees and people with refugee experiences in the town hall of Pankow.

A total of seventeen refugees and people with flight experiences from Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Egypt, Palestine, Kurdistan, Mongolia, Colombia, Jordan and Lebanon have successfully completed the “BeVisible” training program run by the migrant self-organization trixiewiz eV. On Friday, May 10th at 5 p.m., you will receive your certificates of participation in the great hall in the town hall Pankow, Breite Str. 24A-26, 13187 Berlin, in the presence of the district mayor Sören Benn and the representative of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Massimo Perinelli. The new commissioner of the Berlin Senate for Integration and Migration, Katarina Niewiedzial, is also in demand. "We rely on the empowerment, qualification and participation of the participants who, through their personal experience, language skills and empathy skills, are particularly qualified to make valuable contributions to our transcultural and post-migrant society", say the organizers of trixiewiz e. V.

The BeVisible training series trains refugees and people with refugee experience to become trainers, mediators and consultants in civil society initiatives. The fact that the training is a success is already evident from the fact that some participants from organizations and projects such as KommMit eV / BBZ, The Global Experience eV, Life back home, LSVD eV, together eV, initiative of political education or for projects of the Senate Administration as actors in the refugee counseling and support.

The project was funded by the Pankow District Office, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, the Robert Bosch Foundation and the Berlin State Center for Civic Education. The fourth round of the 2019-2020 training program will start in summer 2019.

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Group consulting "Branding for clubs and social enterprises"

05/07/19 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Sprachcafé Polish eV | Schulzestr. 1, 13187 Berlin

Branding for clubs or social enterprises? Effective communication of the organization's messages and goals should be a must for any organization. Through an interactive workshop, we work together to create a rough branding strategy (with a special focus on your club identity and your proposition value) in which your activities, projects and values can be communicated more effectively and in a more targeted manner.

The organizer is VIA-IKMO. The event is carried out in cooperation with Migrapower and Sprachcafé Polish eV.

Speaker: Bianca Monroy , Communication Manager, BA. International business

Registration until April 30th, 2019


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Symposium: Building a network for single parents in Pankow

04/03/19 | 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

DO! Museum for Children | Senefelderstr. 5, 10437 Berlin

There are already a variety of offers in Pankow to support single parents in coping with their everyday lives. What is missing in Pankow is coordinated, networked and cooperative action by politics, administration, business enterprises, job centers / employment agencies and district projects in the interests of single parents. The district office of Pankow invites you to discuss the idea of ​​a network for single parents together. Participation is free .

Registration (until March 27, 2019) at:

Organized by the Pankow district office.


ROMNO qualification course

03. - 06.04.19 | 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Hildegard Lagrenne Foundation | Herthastraße 4, 13189 Berlin

In the ROMNO qualification course, the Lagrenne Foundation promotes resources, potential and the professionalization of individuals and organizations of the Sinti and Roma in Germany. The workshops will take place in two consecutive seminars in April and October 2019 in Berlin. Travel expenses can be reimbursed if necessary.

Registration (until March 27, 2019)

Organized by theHildegard Lagrenne Foundation. Funded by the federal program "Living Democracy" of the Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth and the EVZ Foundation in cooperation with the Freudenberg Foundation.

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OASE Ladies' Café

04/03/19 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

StiftungCafé OASE in the InterKULTURellen Haus Pankow | Schönfließer Str. 7, front building, 1st floor, 10439 Berlin

A place of encounter for women who would like to share their experiences, stories and delicacies while sitting together and having breakfast.

The event is free of charge. The principle is that everyone brings something to eat if possible. Drinks are provided.

The meeting takes place every first Wednesday of the month from 10 a.m.

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Film screening ELDORADO and a subsequent Q&A about the film  Director Markus Imhoof and Claus-Peter Reisch, captain of the lifeline and on current integration policy issues - in Europe and in the Pankow district.

03/27/19 | 7:00 p.m.

KuBIZ Raoul Wallenberg | Bernkasteler Str. 78, 13088 Berlin

ELDORADO is about escape today and expulsion back then and was awarded the Bavarian film prize. After the screening of the film, there will be a discussion with the director Markus Imhoof and the captain of the lifeline rescue ship, Claus-Peter Reisch. Imhoof's award-winning documentary not only shows the life-threatening and often fatal route across the Mediterranean to Europe, the European asylum and migration policy and its contradictions in the fate of specific people. He parallels these events with flight and displacement in World War II and thus makes it clear that flight and migration are phenomena that we deal with and that we have to shape, but which cannot simply be denied or forbidden.

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Organized by Bettina Jarasch, spokeswoman for integration and flight of the Green parliamentary group in the House of Representatives; Pankow Green Alliance from the district association and BVV parliamentary group Initiatives and projects in Pankow

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Reading: Thousands of Voices & We exist - we are here

03/28/19 | 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Women's circles | Chorinerstr. 10, 10119 Berlin

When refugee women * tell their own stories, important contemporary documents are created that ensure that there are their own narratives, their own ways to make their own reality of life visible - the dominant, mostly stereotyped and often dehumanizing narratives of flight and refugees and of migration oppose.

It read:
Njeri Kamau - International Women Space
Ahlam Al Aqili - Trixiewiz eV
Farideh Zebarjad - Trixiewiz eV

Afterwards we talk about the stories and also the process of creating the books.

Organized by trixiewiz eV, Frauenkkreis Berlin and International Women Space.

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We speak German

02/27/19, 03/13/19, etc. | 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Sprachcafé Polish eV | Schulzestr. 1, 13187 Berlin

The SprachCafé Polish opens its doors every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for anyone interested in ALL LANGUAGES who want to speak German.

We speak German:
- with native speakers
- with previous knowledge of German
- every meeting on a selected topic *

* Our topics for 2019 are:
- 02/27 "Tomorow" - film screening & discussion
- 13.03 Live and work in Berlin
- 27.03 Family, household
- April 10 Professional life, professions, etc.
- Easter holidays individual themes
- 08.05. Eating, drinking, shopping
- 22.05. Free time, excursions, vacation
- 05.06. Authorities, public institutions
- 19.06. Health, medicine

Contribution to expenses: 25, - €, members 20, - € - for 10 training hours, due at the first appointment.

You are very welcome!

Registration at:

Organized by Sprachcafé Polish eV

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1. District workshop in Weissensee

03/22/19, 03/23/19 | 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

District Center Frei-Zeit-Haus eV | Pistoriusstrasse 23, 13086 Berlin

Dear neighbors, do you have any ideas to make the neighborhood more beautiful? What do you want in your neighborhood? What concerns are there in the neighborhood? What problems have developed in the district in recent years and how can they be dealt with?

All of this needs to be discussed in our district workshop in order to develop solutions and strategies together.

We cordially invite you to our district workshop on March 22nd and 23rd.

The physical well-being is taken care of.
On Saturday we offer childcare.

Please register children at

We look forward to you!

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Organized by Frei-Zeit-Haus eV, BENN Weissensee, Bunte Kuh, Office for Citizen Participation Weissensee-BA Pankow.

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Workshop " We support each other "

03/21/19 | 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Xochicuicatl eV | Winsstrasse 58, 10405 Berlin

Practical and creative workshop on working with images of Latin American virgins. Von Karne Kunst with Frida Abarca and Mara Wagenführ.

The suggestion of this workshop is to use the affectivities to work on the problems of gender violence among Latin American migrant women in Berlin, to create an intimate and safe space to view ourselves as changing subjects in different territories in which different types of violence or Questions about our femininity are exercised and how we approach them from within our cultural boundaries.

With Frida Abarcau and Mara Wagenführ.

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Organized vo n Xochicuicatl eV and Karne art .

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Opening of a shelf with children's books in Russian

03/19/19 | 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Library at the water tower | Prenzlauer Allee 227/228, 10405 Berlin

New Russian-language media inventory in the library at the water tower will be inaugurated on March 19, 2019

On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at 4:30 p.m., the library at the Wasserturm and Karussell eV invite you to the Sebastian Haffner Culture and Education Center, Prenzlauer Allee 227, 10405 Berlin, for the inauguration of the new Russian-language media collection for children and young people.

All children are invited to browse the new media on the Russian shelf and to borrow them.

Volunteer members of the carousel club read from the books and tell something about the authors.

Organized by Karussel eV, library at the water tower, district library Pankow, etc.

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Workshop “Buds in Purple”, an artistic introduction to women's rights for young girls

02.03, 08.03, 16.03, 23.03 05.04.19 | 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (see appendix)

Women's circles | Chorinerstr. 10, 10119 Berlin

Reflection- information- sensitization- mobilization- art- theater- performative dance.

We're going to demonstrate on March 8th, let your voice be heard !!

With Rocío Vásquez Escalante, social dance teacher and lawyer, and Uriara Maciel, actress (Theater of the Oppressed) and activist in the feminist movement.

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Organized by MaMis en Movimiento eV , Turkish Federation in Berlin-Brandenburg (TBB) , Berlin women's groups and Senate Department for Integration, Labor and Social Affairs

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"WOMEN'S DAY PARTY", by women for women

03/11/19 | 4:30 p.m.

Karow District Library | Achillesstrasse 77, 13125 Berlin

We want to celebrate who we are together: Proud and strong women, of different nationalities, religions and ways of life. We'll spend a wonderful afternoon with food, drink, dance and talk.

The event is for women only.

Free entry.

In cooperation with MaMis en Movimiento eV , Buch und Karow in Motion and Karow District Library.

Image by Helga Elsner Torres

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3/8/19 | 11:00 o'clock


"Dear women *,

Last March 8th, thousands of women * took to the streets in the Spanish state against their exploitation and oppression. They put down both wage and care work and blocked universities and schools. This strike succeeded in partially paralyzing the country in order to draw attention to the situation of women * and received great support from broad sections of the population. Women * in Argentina, the USA, Poland, Great Britain and other places also went on strike.

We think that there is also the need and the opportunity in Germany to join this international movement with a nationwide women * strike on March 8, 2019 and to put feminist topics and concerns on the general agenda. However, it is not just about this one day, it is about a joint process of networking, debate, development and testing of new forms of strike. "

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Reading and painting workshop in the library in Buch

03/07/19 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

District library book | Wiltbergstrasse 19-23 13125 Berlin

We cordially invite you to the inauguration of our new book collection. The library now also has books in English, Arabic and Persian. 10: 00-12: 00 "My way to here" reading and painting workshop with Helga Elsner Torres (Migrapower).

For all interested people aged 10 and over. 12-13 p.m. Reception and information. Reading by neighbors from one of the new books in German and Arabic. For everyone interested.

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Panel discussion "Feminism from the Migrant Women * - Political Perspective: Woman * is not the same as woman *"

03/06/19 | 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

BOX66 | Sunday street 9, 10245 Berlin

"Dear women *.
On the occasion of March 8th we cordially invite you to the panel discussion on March 6th at 6:30 p.m.

We are looking forward to your participation!"

Moderator: Isidora Randjelovic. Romaniphen eV

Panel guests:

Anna Czechowska, representative of the State Integration Council

Killa Kupfer, International Women Space (IWS)

Asiye Duman, International Women Space (IWS)

Panel guest, NN

Registration at:

Organized by BOX66, Regionalverband Berlin / Brandenburg eV, Migration Advice for Adult Immigrants (MBE) and RomaniPhen (Romnja Archive). Funded by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, for Building and Home Affairs.

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Who represents whom? Shaping participation. The future of the integration councils in Berlin.


05.03.19 | 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

State Center for Political Education | Hardenbergstrasse 22-24, 10623 Berlin

"Since the 1970s, integration councils have been a good opportunity to get involved on site, especially at the district level. But what decision-making powers do the councils have and who do their members actually represent? the question of the future role and scope of the advisory councils. We invite representatives from civil society, administration and politics to discuss their previous experiences with the integration advisory councils and new perspectives on participation. "


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Introduction to tax returns for freelancers

02/27/19 | 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Heinrich Böll Library | Greifwalder Str. 87, 10409 Berlin

A practical guide through the current income tax forms with lots of tips and information on how to make the most of tax opportunities. You will receive up-to-date information on the following topics: - Deductible advertising costs for various professional groups - What is the right type of assessment - Special expenses and extraordinary burdens -
Tax tables and tax rates - wage replacement benefits and
Progression reservation - children and relatives in tax law as well as additional income.
The lecturer provides up-to-date forms!

Speaker: Arely Christina Sauer (Public
Administrative administration en la HWR Berlin).
Member of MaMis en Movimiento eV

Organized by MaMis en Movimiento eV

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“What moves us - Co nas porusza” exhibition

02/21/2019 | 6:00 p.m.

Box66 | Sonntagstrasse 9, 10245 Berlin

"One could get to know twelve artists from 9 countries living in Berlin in a traveling exhibition through Berlin-Pankow 2016-2017.

Now they come together again and present their current work in Berlin-Friedrichshain at Box66 on Sonntagstrasse.
The colorful diversity of the images in various techniques and everything that resonates with interculture can be experienced again here.

It exhibit:
Agata Koch, Aleksandra Gajda, Barbara Konieczna, Bianca Monroy, Estrella Betancor, Grażyna Zarębska, JP Bouzac, Justyna Stokłosa, Silviya Zdravkova, Susanne Kiener. "

Organized by Box66 and Sprachcafé Polish eV

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Evaluation of technical discussion "Youth Welfare Office meets Pankow Migrant Organizations"

02/20/19 | 9:00 o'clock

Town hall Pankow | Breiterstr. 24a-26, 13187 Berlin

(Room 154)

We would like to evaluate the technical discussion "Youth Welfare Office meets Pankow Migrant Organizations", which we carried out on December 12th, 2019 with you as soon as possible, and cordially invite you all to it on February 20th, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. in room 154 in town hall Pankow.

We look forward to seeing all those involved in the evaluation interview. On the one hand we would like to evaluate the technical discussion and on the other hand we would like to talk about further possibilities of cooperation.

For organizational reasons, we ask you to register or cancel in advance by email:


Hungarian boy scouts

02/16/19 | 2.30pm-6.30pm

Café OASE | Schönfließer Str. 7, front building, 1st floor, 10439 Berlin

Meeting of the Berlin group of Hungarian scouts abroad. Cultural care for children and
Young people in Hungarian.
Participation is free. New participants are welcome!

Organized by the Berlin group of the Hungarian Union of Scouting Abroad.

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Visions for Pankow 2019

02/15/19 | 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Youth Center Königstadt | Saarbrücker Strasse 24, 10405 Berlin

The fourth project plenum is coming up and we would like to invite you all to join us. We already collected many ideas for this year at the democracy workshop in autumn 2018 and the project outlines have already been drawn up
submitted. Since then, the strategy group has met twice and discussed the projects. The ideas were also discussed in the networking rounds.
On the one hand, we want to give the projects for 2019 the space to briefly introduce themselves on this project plenum. Then we will finally discuss and vote together on the distribution of the funds. Thirdly, we want to address cross-project topics and discuss them at World Café tables.

We look forward to seeing you there. Please come even if you haven't submitted a project. Drinks and food will be provided.

Organized by the integration officer in the Pankow district office, [moskito] - specialist and network office against right-wing extremism - for democracy and diversity and Pankow helps . Funded by the Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth. As part of the education program Live Democracy!

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Capoeira Angola - Afro-Brazilian music lessons

07.02, 14.02. and further Thursdays | 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Café OASE | Schönfließer Str. 7, front building, 1st floor, 10439 Berlin

"In a small group we learn to play the berimbau, one of the oldest musical instruments in the world. The musical bow has its origins in Africa and is now the main instrument of the Brazilian martial art Capoeira. With different melodies and rhythms we learn to master the instrument and together To make music in small orchestras.Moreover, the lessons include singing and teaches the texts of Brazilian Capoeira music, with which many emotions and life lovers are transported.
The offer is not only suitable for people who practice Capoeira and deepen the fundamental component of music, but also for everyone who likes music and rhythm in general and would like to try something new. "

Organized by Café OASE

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Country trip - discover Ecuador

01/31/19 | 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Karow District Library | Achillesstrasse 77, 13125 Berlin

In January you can discover Ecuador with us. The country got its name because of its geographical location on the equator. Get to know the great diversity of the country, which comes from the four different regions: coast, Andean region, Amazon (Oriente), island region (Galápagos). Explore its history and the beauty of its nature.

Organized by the Buch und Karow in Motion project in cooperation with BCHR eV and the Karow district library.

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Network meeting for educators

01/13/19, 01/24/19, 03/28/19, 10/31/19, 11/28/19 | 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 

SprachCafé Polish eV | Schulzestrasse 1, 13187 Berlin

Our network meeting is aimed at employees, including educators, pedagogues and speech therapists who work with multilingual children.
It is a meeting point for everyone who sees multilingualism as an important challenge in modern society.

It is oriented towards the exchange of ideas and the transfer of knowledge and practice.

Organized by Lived Multilingualism, a tandem project by MaMis en Movimiento eV and SprachCafé Polish eV

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Country tour: Latvia - the heart of the Baltic States

02/28/19 | 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

Karow District Library | Achillesstrasse 77, 13125 Berlin

On the last day in February, the country tour takes us to the heart of the Baltic States - Latvia, the small country with a big soul. The Latvians are known as the singing people. The big song festival has been held every 5 years since 1873.
Latvia has a checkered past: For 700 years the provinces were ruled by different rulers - sometimes by the Teutonic Order, sometimes by Swedes, Poles or Russians. In 2018, 100 years of the country's first independence were celebrated.
In addition to the capital Riga, the rural areas of the country are also interesting for nature-loving people - many areas are still completely untouched and left in their natural state.
The area around Jūrmala, about 30 kilometers west of Riga, is also particularly interesting. Here, as everywhere in the country, the Latvians celebrate the Jāņi festival - the Baltic version of Midsummer Night - with fire and in traditional costumes every year on the night of June 24th. In Latvia this celebration is more important than Christmas.
You will also have the opportunity to get to know the sounds of the folk musical instrument "Kokle" and to try out the instrument yourself in a small workshop.
Let yourself be surprised on this country tour with the small, beautiful country and its delicacies!

Organized by the Buch und Karow in Motion project in cooperation with BCHR eV and the Karow district library.

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Advice for refugee women and migrants

02/04/19, 02/18/19 | 11.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m. (and by appointment)

trixiewiz eV | Bernkastelerstr. 78 13088 Berlin

Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, Golshan Fayal, integration guide at trixiwitz eV, advises refugee women * and migrants * on questions about the social and health system, helps with applying for benefits, accompanies you to the authorities and more.

Advice can be given in Farsi, French or English.

Trixiewiz eV advocates self-empowerment, self-confidence, the strengthening, networking and self-determination of vulnerable refugees_migrants, especially refugee women_migrants (LGBTTIQ *).Organized by Trixiewiz eV in cooperation with women's counseling BerTa - Beruf & Tat.

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