Crash Course Germany
– 2. Programme

An offer from multicultural city and the Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte

multicultural city supports refugees
2. Programme

Crash Course Germany
First guidance for young refugees
Refugees meet Berliner artists
An offer from multicultural city and the Förderband e.V.
in cooperation with AWO Refugium am Kaiserdamm

Supported by means of Kreuzberger Kinderstiftung  and Aktion Mensch

Our model: “Have the courage to yourself, and search for your own way.
Janusz Korczak

Time period: 1st November 2016 – 30th April 2017
Period: on Fridays 5-8 p.m.
Location: Refugee camps and Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte, Wallstr. 32, 10179 Berlin, U2 Märkisches Museum
. regular enrolling and disenrolling
Group size: max. 15 people
Age: 14 to 27

The concept:
The crash course Germany is supposed to help fled young people and young adults to deal with the everyday life in Germany, to find help to get to know the German customs and to understand the mentality, as well as to discover chances for themselves and grasp them.

The participants have the possibility to acquire regional knowledge and simple German skills for their first orientation. Thus they are able to get along in their new environment.

The concept exists of 2 parts:

  1. a total of 13 modules, with a content which targets the needs and interests of the young asylum seekers.
  2. and a theatre project week during the Easter holidays 2017.

The exchange with Berlin artists and students forms an integral part of the project.

The crash course can be visited regardless of the project week.

The participation is voluntarily and free of charge for the participants.


Contakt: Dr. Monika Dobrowlanska