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Training for young journalists

Young  journalists living in Finland, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Germany are called to connect, debate and learn over a 2-day online workshop in October.

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التصوّر المشترك بين الثقافات للقصص الخيالية كوسيلة عابرة للحدود

غالباً ما يتم تصوير وسرد الإلمام بالثقافة العربية والألمانية (أو الأوروبية) من خلال القوالب النمطية. وبالتالي، فإن الأدب العربي وخاصة القصص الخيالية كثيراً ما تُهمل باستثناء ربما قصة ألف ليلة وليلة. بالمقارنة بالعديد من أنواع النصوص الأخرى، تمزج القصص الخيالية...

14 Kilometers - the shortest distance between North Africa and Europe e.V.

National Network
Germany
Address

Stephanstr. 19
10559 Berlin
Germany

Telephone
+49-30-83210828
E-Mail
info@14km.org
E-Mail (2)
sarah-mueller@14km.org
Mobile Phone
+49-157-89624895
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2010
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. International/Cultural relations
  4. Media
  5. Religion
  6. Youth and education
General Information
14km is a non-profit organisation registered in Berlin, Germany, in 2010. It consists of a board, a program manager and a circle of founding members who support it.
Mission and Objectives

It is our mission to help good ideas and equal partnerships between Europe and North Africa become reality – through both facilitating, developing and implementing non-profit and for-profit co-operations between the two regions that are socially just and sustainable. In doing so, we are working to bridge the cultural gap and overcome the socio-economic distance between the two regions. Our networking and project work is not restricted to North-South relationships but also includes triangle co-operations (North-South-South, North-North-South). We believe in people and their ideas, and our contacts are our greatest asset - our network based approach makes us unique. We support any good idea between North Africa and Europe that: 1. promotes socio-economic and/or political justice 2. is sustainable 3. corresponds with the needs and wishes of the target communities

Main Projects / Activities

We already provide services in the area of networking i.e. connecting interested individuals and organisations from Germany and North Africa with adequate partners on the 'other side'. We do so in personal meetings as well as via http://www.facebook.com/14Kilometer. Currently we are putting most of our efforts into fundraising for the many project ideas (non-profit and social entrepreneurship) that we have developed and are developing with 'initiators' who have approached us.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We provide contacts for individuals and organisations that are based in Germany to adequate partners (according to the idea/initiative in question) in North Africa, but also the other way round.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We are looking for partners from diverse fields in North Africa as well as Europe for project co-operations and networking.

Contact (1) Full Name
Dr. Anja Carolin Gebel
Head of the organisation
Nady Kamel, Tatjana Sharif

AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V.

National Network
Germany
Address

Postfach 500142
22701 Hamburg
Germany

Telephone
+49 40 399 222 0
Fax
+49 40 399 222 99
E-Mail
Mick.Petersmann@afs.de
E-Mail (2)
olaf.willuhn@afs.de
E-Mail (3)
jessica.hopp@afs.de
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1950
Fields of Activity
  1. Environment/Sustainable development
  2. International/Cultural relations
  3. Youth and education
General Information
AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V. is an educational organization focusing on the intercultural understanding among peoples. It is a non-profit, volunteer-based and –led organization working in a world-wide network of like-minded organizations. Each year, AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V offers young Germans the opportunity to spend a year – or parts of it – abroad, living with a family and attending school. In addition, AFS offers long-term voluntary service programs for young people and Global Prep Summercamps, topic orientated and international camps all around the world. Likewise, AFS Germany hosts and supports young foreigners who come to discover our culture and establish long-lasting contacts and friendships with citizens living in Germany. Overall, AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V counts on the active participation of approx. 3.000 volunteers structured into 100 local committees across Germany. In the offices in Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne and Stuttgart there are around 100 staff employed.
Mission and Objectives

AFS Statement of Purpose: AFS is an international, voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit organization that provides intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world. The Core Values and Attributes of AFS: AFS enables people to act as responsible, global citizens working for peace and understanding in a diverse world. It acknowledges that peace is a dynamic concept threatened by injustice, inequity and intolerance. AFS seeks to affirm faith in the dignity and worth of every human being and for all nations and cultures. It encourages respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms without distinction as to race, sex, language, religion or social status. AFS activities are based on our core values of dignity, respect for differences, harmony, sensitivity and tolerance.

Main Projects / Activities

Long & short term school exchange, voluntary services, Global Prep Summer Camps.

Contact (1) Full Name
Mr. Mick Petersmann
Head of the organisation
Mr. Mick Petersmann
Contact (2) Full Name
Mr. Olaf Willuhn

Akademisches Förderungswerk - AKAFÖ

National Network
Germany
Address

Universitätsstraße 150
44801 Bochum
Germany

Telephone
+49(0)2343211521
Telephone (other)
+49(0)234 3211010
Fax
+49(0)2343214010
E-Mail
boskop@akafoe.de
E-Mail (2)
Heiko.Jansen@akafoe.de
Mobile Phone
+49 15117484080
Organisation Type
Public Institution
Year of Establishment
1965
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information
- The AKAFÖ (Akademisches Förderungswerk) is a non for profit institution, delivering student services for the the institutions of higher education in the region of Bochum. -It is responsible for the delivery of servics towards student needs in the field of finances, accommodation, social und cultural needs and internationalization. - The AKAFÖ has 400 employes. - For information on our budgetary recourses and our sources of funding. please see our annual report 2010 attached, page 4. - Especially in the field of internationalization and culture, action is taken by concrete projects, like students and personnel exchange, excursions and forum discussions. - the AKAFÖ has a cooperation treaty with the three Student Services in Tunisia.
Mission and Objectives

Our Mission is to contribute to the Bochum Area as a place of academic excellence and as a part of the global village by delivering student services at its best in the field of accomodation, finance, culture and internationalisation. The services in the field of internationalisation aim to enable our students, coming from abroad, to include their culture into an international campus culture, and to enable our German students to meet with the world, enabling them to become global citizens. The cooperation with the Student Services in Tunisia persues a vivid participation of Tunesiaon culture as part of our campus culture, enabling our personnel to get a better understanding of Tunisian culture, but also to create meeting opportunities with our "german" culture" for the tunesian Student Services and tunsian students.

Main Projects / Activities

In 2009 a first Excursion of the AKAFÖ to the Student Services North, Mid and South in Tunesia took place. In May 2011 a visit of a tunesian delegation followed. In September 2011 a delegation of the AKAFÖ and the Student Union (AStA) of the Ruhr-University Bochum visited the Student Services in Tunesia and several institutions of higher education, accompanied by tunesian students. Several seminars and workshops with the main topic of student participation at management of Student Services and institutions of higher education took place. As an outcome of this visit, a "association des étudiants Tunesien" was founded. In 2012 a visit of this association to Bochum is planned.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

by bringing in our projects into the actions of the national network, s. answer above.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We are convinced, that the Anna Lindh Foundation offers us the perfect network for further projects in this field, bringing in our projects of cultural and political participation of tunesian students into a larger field of actors, working on a dialog between european and mediterranean cultures.

Contact (1) Full Name
Peter van Dyk
Job Title
Pressestelle
Head of the organisation
Jörg Lüken
Contact (2) Full Name
Heiko Jansen
Job Title (2)
Internationales

Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste e.V. (ASF)

National Network
Germany
Address

Auguststr. 80
10117 Berlin
Germany

Telephone
0049 30 283 95 184
Fax
0049 30 283 95 135
E-Mail
asf@asf-ev.de
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1958
Fields of Activity
  1. Human rights
  2. International/Cultural relations
  3. Youth and education
General Information
Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste e.V. (ASF) is a European level non-governmental volunteer organisation with approx. 50 (full- and part-time) employees, 830 members and branches in several European countries. ASF was founded in 1958 by Christians seeking to confront the era of National Socialism in German history. Since then more than thousand of young volunteers have been involved in our work towards international and intercultural reconciliation. The yearly costs of our work amount to about 3,8 Mio. Euro. We finance our work mostly with donations, church collections and members fees, but also with church and public funds, EU subsidies, grants from fundations and other proceeds. We work in a network of partner organisations in 13 European and non-European countries. We cooperate with diverse partners from the fields of historical and political education, social work, with memorial sites and human rights organisations.
Mission and Objectives

Our goal is to raise awareness of the consequences of National Socialist crimes and take a stand against current forms of anti-Semitism, racism and monirity-group discrimination. Our international long- and short-term volunteer programmes as well as our educational work offer an opportunity for young people to learn about history, other cultures and societies and about themselves. They provide chances to experience and accept different patterns of thought and behaviour. The programmes help the volunteers to fight racism and anti-semitism and to commit themselves to the creation of a more tolerant, just and peaceful world.

Main Projects / Activities

Our main activities are: - long-term voluntary services in Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, United Kingdom, Ukraine and USA - short-term voluntary services in Israel - international summer camps in various countries - two-week internships in Israel, Poland and USA for job trainees - educational trips to Belarus, Israel and Ukraine - Educational work (e.g. seminars, public events, publications, etc.)

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We bring years of experience in the fields of educational, historical and political voluntary work and a solid network of various partnerships in European and non-European countries.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We are very interested on expanding our work in the EUROMED-countries. Being a member in the ALF Network could help us find possible partners for our future projects.

Contact (1) Full Name
Elisabeth Raiser
Head of the organisation
Elisabeth Raiser
Contact (2) Full Name
Hans Hagen

Alba Kultur

National Network
Germany
Address

Zwirnerstr. 26
Köln
Germany

Telephone
+49.(0)221.813211
Telephone (other)
+49.(0)221.811053
Fax
+49.(0)221.811053
E-Mail
birgit@albakultur.de
Organisation Type
Private Company
Year of Establishment
1989
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
Private organisation with a head and five freelance in the office for permanent fields of activity. On demand several freelance working for temporary projects. Budgets are depending on projects. Our funding-structure is based on public sponsorship for projects and on commercial receipts (arts management, publishing/ edition, consulting). As a world wide management alba Kultur is representing some very talented, outstanding extra-european artists. We are also working as consultants of global music for international, national and regional NGOs in the field of culture, with international and local public institutions and organisations in arts. Last but not least we develop formats for festivals and concert series for diverse partners and locations.
Mission and Objectives

We are providing full-service project management, including consulting, concept development, artist booking, organization and production, media promotion and policy making. Our work is a practical contribution to the implementation of the UNESCO Declaration on Cultural Diversity.

Main Projects / Activities

Consulting:
alba KULTUR is working as consultant for global music for international, national and regional NGOs (festivals, art conventions, media, development institutions, religious institutions, editions, labels, venues, networks for performing art, artists etc.), with international and local public institutions and organisations (arts councils, ministries of culture, art schools and music academies etc.)
Birgit Ellinghaus had been a jury member of BabelMedMusic in Marseille/ France in 2011 and 2012. Since 2012 she is curator for the world music series of the Foundation Berlin Philharmonics. She is mentor for Cultural Management programs for Central Asia, SouthEastern Europe, Africa and South East Asia for institution such as Goethe Institut, Robert Bosch Foundation, Boreo World Music Forum. Since 2009 Birgit Ellinghaus is appointed member of the national advisory committee „Contact Point Diversity of Cultural Expressions” to the national expert committee for culture of the German UNESCO commission. Since 2013 she is appointed as extraordinary member of “Institut for World Music and Transcultural Music Studies IWTM” of “Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln”/ Germany 
 

Research:
alba KULTUR designed and conducted the first research of the german world music scene, published in  "EuroWorldBook" by IRMA / France (2010). This project had been followed by the research and mapping of cultral diversity in global music in Germany for the online plattform www.globale-musik.de in the behalf of  "Deutsches Musikinformationszentrum MIZ in collaboration with the Council of Music in North-Rhein-Westfalia" (2011 - 2013).
Research about situation of artist mobility and visa issues in collaboration with FREEMUSE/ Denmark (2008) and followed by the research to “Visa Code 2009” for german UNESCO and contibution to the online plattform www.touring-artists.info for the section “visa” in 2013.
alba KULTUR has designed and conducted the research “creole – Award for world music from Germany” in collaboration with Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln/ Germany (2007. alba KULTUR designed and produced the Int. Conference on the Future of Global Music in North-Rhein-Westfalia “Globalflux” 2010 www.globalflux.de
 

Promotor of concerts and special events:
Since the year 2000 alba KULTUR is the head of the North-Rhine-Westphalian network „Klangkosmos Weltmusik“ www.klangkosmos-nrw.de of more than 30 cities: Since we coordinated more than 1.500 concerts with 130 bands from five continents. The project’s task is to enable systematic, nationwide and sustainable debates about musical diversity through music of the world; to organize acoustic live concerts, cultural encounters, lectures and workshops with musicians to present their complex musical traditions; to create a common platform for international dialogue in culture and personal exchange of musicians with the audience - regardless of nationality, religion, or socio-cultural generation context; to provide qualified and easy accessible information about music of the world; to enable an insight view in different cultures and the understanding of social functions of music; to open debate on historical, geographical, religious and political meanings of music in the today’s world.
alba KULTUR produced the networking project of six cities in the Rhein-Ruhr area focusing on music of migrants from Turkey living in this region: “Music of the Imaginary Turkey”.
alba KULTUR produced festivals in collaboration with city councils like “Kemnade International 2001” (first german festival for music from Turkey and the turkish diaspora in Europe) in Bochum, “Musica Sacra - Klangkosmos Islam” 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009 in Paderborn, “creole night” for Musiktrienale Köln 2011 - and many more.
alba KULTUR developed and produced the first edition of “creole – Award for world music from Germany”, regional edition for North Rhine Westphalia in Dortmund 2006 and 2008 as well as the first national edition of “creole 2007”.
The work of alba Kultur is a practical contribution to the implementation of the UNESCO "Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions" in Germany.
 

Contact (1) Full Name
Birgit Ellinghaus
Head of the organisation
Birgit Ellinghaus

Allemagne

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Depuis Mars 2012, le ZAK, en collaboration avec l'Institut Goethe, coordonne le réseau allemand de la Fondation Anna-Lindh ainsi que l'action commune, une collaboration, une série d'événements dans toute l'Allemagne du réseau avec le sujet «Migration et vol".

À propos de l’Institut Goethe:

C'est une organisation culturelle à but non lucratif travaillant à l’échelle internationale pour le compte de la République Fédérale allemande et avec le soutien de celle-ci. L’Institut est également le Chef de File du Réseau National allemand de la Fondation Anna Lindh. Sa mission principale est la promotion de la langue allemande à l’étranger, de l’image du pays dans son ensemble, et d’encourager la coopération culturelle internationale comme moyen de diffuser des informations sur la culture, la société et la politique allemandes, en créant et en soutenant des évènements et échanges culturels et en proposant des formations adaptées.

À propos de ZAK | Le Centre pour les études culturelles et général:

Le ZAK | Le Centre pour les études culturelles et le général est un établissement central de l'Institut de technologie de Karlsruhe (KIT). ZAK participe à la réflexion scientifique et la mise en forme de l'évolution de la société et la culture. Principaux domaines de recherche sont les suivants: l'enseignement interdisciplinaire et des études d'intégration, d'internationalisation et de la mondialisation, le travail d'équipe et les compétences de leadership dans les projets interculturels et d'intégration urbaine des groupes d'immigrants à l'échelle européenne.

Allianz Kulturstiftung

National Network
Germany
Address

Pariser Platz 6
Berlin
Germany

Telephone
+49 (0)30 2091573130
Fax
+49 (0)30 2091573140
E-Mail
susanne.hauer@allianz.com
E-Mail (2)
kulturstiftung@allianz.de
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2000
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
  2. International/Cultural relations
  3. Youth and education
General Information
The Allianz Cultural Foundation is active on a supportive as well as operative level. It was founded by Allianz SE and its headquarters is based in Berlin.
Mission and Objectives

In keeping with its main objective, the Allianz Kulturstiftung supports broadly conceived educational and cultural projects, which benefit the European integration process and encourage the development of a European identity. An important target group for the foundation’s work is the new generation of scholars and artists for whom the foundation has developed a series of exchange and encounter-related projects.The Allianz Kulturstiftung strives to maintain contact with its former project partners in all parts of Europe. For this reason it continually engages in the construction and maintenance of an alumni network, which guarantees the quality and success of the foundation’s program.

Main Projects / Activities

There are many projects. Some examples:

Debate on Europe: Series of highranking discussions throughout Europe

Das Weisse Meer – The White Sea: mobile Literature festival around the Mediterranean Sea

Allianz Summer Academy: Academy for students of various European Universities
Please find further information and more projects at www.allianz-kulturstiftung.de
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allianz.kulturstiftung/

Contact (1) Full Name
Michael M. Thoss
Head of the organisation
Michael M. Thoss
Contact (2) Full Name
Susanne Hauer

Alsharq e.V.

National Network
Germany
Address

Paul-Lincke-Ufer 41, c/o Wildcorn GmbH
10999 Berlin
Germany

Telephone
+49 (0)157 78337361
E-Mail
verein@alsharq.de
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2015
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. International/Cultural relations
  3. Media
  4. Research
General Information
Alsharq is the leading independent German platform for alternative information about the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Besides up-to-date reporting on www.alsharq.de, we provide socio-political analyses and organize political study trips to the region. Founded in 2005 by a group of young researchers and journalists, we are working to promote dialogue and political education about the MENA-region in Germany. As a public non-profit association, Alsharq is based in Berlin. The board comprises five people, but we are all working on a voluntary basis. We currently have 50 members that pay monthly fees through which we finance our ongoing activities. Altogether, we have around 6000 EUR at our disposal/year, but as we were just recently registered as a non-profit association we are currently applying for support through political foundations and third-party funds for our projects. For this, we cooperate closely with many civil society actors from Germany and the MENA-region.
Mission and Objectives

Our main objective is to promote political education about the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) in Germany. We seek to cultivate a common ethos and sense of tolerance in the exchanges across the MENA-region and Germany that we support through journalism, research, and civil society cooperation.
Towards this end, we provide comprehensive, multi-perspectival and in-depth information about the MENA-region. This, we do in a participatory manner, where everybody can contribute, always in collaboration, where we learn from each other, and always motivated to capture the personal dimension of the political developments we cover. We have all lived or are living in different countries across the region, speak Arabic, Hebrew, or Farsi, and are well connected with our friends and partner in the different countries.
As part of our mission, we support the ensuing democratic transformation across the MENA-region. We want to inform about the possibilities and difficulties of those processes, drawing primarily on the role of civil society. In particular, we work to capture different perspectives from across the region and make them accessible to a wider audience in Germany. We thereby enhance the understanding for the recent developments in the MENA-region and contribute to the civic dialogue across the (equally real and fabricated) boundaries between Germany and the Middle East and North Africa.

Main Projects / Activities

Our main projects and activities are based on journalism and research about the MENA-region, as well as political study trips to different countries.
Our blog www.alsharq.de is the heart of Alsharq. On it, we publish a new article every two or three days for the past ten years already, which makes for almost 2000 contributions altogether. With the blog, we promote independent reporting as well as profound commentary about the MENA-region to contribute to the public debate about the region in Germany. As we have all lived or are currently still living in various places across the region, our comprehensive first-hand insights into the different facets of the region help to elucidate the personal, social and political dimensions of the topics we discuss.
In this way, we help to give voice to many different actors that otherwise struggle to be heard. And we pick up and reflect a variety of issues, topics and perspectives from the region – through our own reporting, feature articles from local personalities and frequent press-reviews from regional papers. Profound analyses, book-reviews and numerous interviews continue to qualify our blog as one of the most important sources of information and debate about the MENA-region in Germany. For our work, we enjoy both an ever-growing audience and critical acclaim. The Deutsche Welle user-award “Best of Blogs” in 2008 and the nomination for the “Grimme-Online-Award” in 2013 for example testify the high quality of our reporting.
As part of our political education, we also offer regular public seminars and workshops on political, economic and cultural events and developments in the Middle East and North Africa. For this, we regularly cooperate with universities, where we hold presentations or conduct seminars, and other institutions and organizations. Previous partner include for example the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, the “Studienstiftung Villigst” or the “Staatspolitische Gesellschaft Hamburg”. In the past year alone, the panel-discussions we have initiated and led spanned from cross-border cooperation in Israel and Palestine, to life under the “Islamic State” in Syria, political re-conciliation in Yemen, and story-telling in Morocco. Moreover, we founded a network for young journalists working on the MENA-region, which serves as a forum of exchange of expertise. We also have published already a number of research series, for example on the possibilities and difficulties of reporting about the Middle East and North Africa and about the Oslo-process in Israel/Palestine. Furthermore, members of Alsharq regularly provide expert media-commentary, including for example at N-TV, Deutschland Radio Wissen, the Deutsche Welle or Detektor FM.
Finally, to better understand the Middle East and North Africa, we feel it is necessary to personally experience it. For many years, Alsharq has therefore been independently organizing and conducting political study trips to the region (Palestine/Israel, Lebanon, Egypt, Iran, Morocco). Our trips combine political education with cultural encounters in the most remarkable countryside. In this way, we provide for a unique opportunity to realize and actively engage with what it means to be living on either side of the wall between Israel and Palestine, explore Beirut along the scars from the Lebanese Civil War, or gaze at the beauty of Petra, the ancient city of rocks in Jordan. To grasp what the abstract news about the Middle East actually mean, our well experienced and locally acquainted team especially values personal meetings and conversations with many different locals. This not only helps local organizations and initiatives, but also serves to build bridges across the MENA-region and Germany.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We believe the participation in the ALF-network offers great opportunities for Alsharq. In the same time, we are highly committed to contribute to the network in Germany. As we have been doing in the past years, we value collaborative work, when different sets of experience are brought together in an inclusive and participatory manner to the mutual benefit of all participants. We believe that we can do more when we work together.
Towards this end, the members of Alsharq not only have different academic qualifications that we can all contribute to the network, ranging from Middle Eastern studies to political science, international relations, sociology and anthropology. We also have many different practical skills and experiences that we can add, which pertain to journalism, editorial processes, the organization of events, seminars, and political study trips, as well as the application for funding. Moreover, we are already very well connected not only with many different civil society actors in Germany, but also across the MENA-region. We consider it therefore a particularly important contribution to link different actors and organizations, facilitate exchange and foster constructive dialogue across Germany and the Middle East and North Africa.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

As much as we believe we can contribute to the ALF-network, we also believe that we have a lot to gain from it. We have already come some way in the work we do, especially since it is voluntary and we started Alsharq from scratch. This makes for a great learning-opportunity for all of us as we make the transition from our university studies to the first career-steps. That is why we want to connect even more with other initiatives, actors and organizations to learn with and from them. We are only at the beginning and the ALF-network provides a unique opportunity to get together and work on our common goals, especially as it pertains to the many strong linkages we want to cultivate across national borders. This aspiration is not only important for us individually. We consider it especially pertinent with regard to the precedent for people-driven that was set by the popular uprisings that have captivated so many people in the MENA-region and beyond. We accordingly believe that the ALF-network can help us realize our collective responsibility in the democratic transitions, not only “there”, but also “here” – because, after all, that we are in it together. Towards this end, we would in particular hope for our membership in the ALF-network to provide us with information on how to better strategize our work, more successfully acquire funding, involve more actors and thereby contribute to sustainable civil society engagement and cooperation across Germany and the MENA-region.

Contact (1) Full Name
Johannes Gunesch
Job Title
Coordinator
Head of the organisation
Laura Overmeyer