The training we offer

Please note that the workshops our partners offer are mostly held in German language.


# Right-wing violence. What is this?

What are right-winged motives? How do I identify a right-wing attack? Who is especially targeted by right-wing violence? This workshop will interactively answer these questions. Moreover, participants will learn about the recent scope of right-wing acts of violence.

A combination with the other module "Courage. How to interfere?" is recommended.

 

Contact: opferberatung.dresden@raa-sachsen.de


# Courage. How to interfere?

Right-wing and racist violence mostly happen in public space - in the street, the tram or at the bus stop. In situations like these, the moral courage of bystanders is required. But what exactly does moral courage mean? What can I do, when I witness an attack? How do persons affected by violence feel? Which legal basics do I have to consider?

This workshop teaches basic knowledge around these topics, helps develop various possibilities for taking action and tries to reflect the effects of one's actions.

The length of these two training modules is flexible, although a minimum of two hours per module should be considered.

 

Contact: opferberatung.dresden@raa-sachsen.de


# Project day about democracy and participation:

On tours to vocational schools throughout Germany, the DGB-Jugend informs trainee students about their rights and motivates to participate in democratic procedures throughout their social lives.

 

Contact: sachsen-jugend@dgb.de


# Facts instead of populism:

This project day informs about why people escape their circumstances, what specific conditions they encounter fleeing and, specifically, what kind of situation refugees are facing in Europe and Germany.


Contact: sachsen-jugend@dgb.de



# Training course „migration and flight“:

Migration is part of everyone's life and flight is not an entirely new phenomenon. To raise awareness for this is the key element of this training course. Participants will learn about biographies of people seeking refuge by working with geographical maps, texts and pictures. With the information the participants gathered about personal biographies, we will provide an insight into the German asylum procedure. We will visually demonstrate the procedure of arrival in Germany, while the individual stories of people who seek refuge will show the shortcomings of this process. For many refugees, staying in Germany is inseperably connected to be exposed to prejudice and discrimination. In this section, participants are encouraged to reflect upon their own mindset.

 

This training course will take about seven hours with pauses inlcuded in the calculation. Duration and content of this course can be arranged individually according to your needs.

Members of the project "Reto – Öffentlichkeitsarbeit" of the Saxonian Refugee Council (Sächsischer Flüchtlingsrat e.V.) will guide you through this course.

 

Contact: 0351 / 33 22 52 35

pr@sfrev.de


# Training course „asylum procedure“

This course will provide an in-depth look into the German asylum procedure. First, it will sensitize for the topic of flight and refuge. The next step will be to make clear, that entering a country is not necessarily connected to settling down or ending the journey. Beginning with the application for asylum and the interview at Germany's federal office for migration and flight (BAMF), participants will take a look at each step of the asylum procedure by working out their own material within the course. Presentations will accompany these steps. In this process, various reasons for escape and their different recognition in the asylum procedure will hopefully become clearer to the participants of the course. How the different states of protection affect the daily life of refugees is part of the courses' last chapter.

 

This training course will take about seven hours with pauses inlcuded in the calculation. Duration and content of this course can be arranged individually according to your needs.

Members of the project "Reto – Öffentlichkeitsarbeit" of the Saxonian Refugee Council (Sächsischer Flüchtlingsrat e.V.) will guide you through this course.

 

Contact: 0351 / 33 22 52 35

pr@sfrev.de