Our fields of work
Through the years, CGE has been striving to develop and implement initiatives, which are interdisciplinary in nature employing different non-formal education methods. The organization tries to address current societal issues, in local and international level, by organizing projects on the following areas:
These are our projects done in the last 6 months.
Start & End Date: 06.08.2017 - 13.08.2017 & 19.10.2017 - 26.10.2017 Place: Weimar, Dnipro Participating Countries: Germany, Ukraine, Russia Project Partners: Dnipropetrovsk regional youth n
Start & End Date: 30.07.2017 - 06.08.2017 & 02.09.2017 - 09.09.2017 Place: Weimar, Tuzla Participating Countries: Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo Project Partners: Tuzla Open Centre
Start & End Date: 21.08.2017 - 16.12.2017 Place: Erfurt Participating Countries: Germany Project Partners: Thüringer Ministerium für Migration, Justiz und Verbraucherschutz Number of Participa
Start & End Date: 01.05.2017-15.12.2017 Place: Berlin & Hamburg, Germany and St.Petersburg, Russia Participating Countries: Germany and Russia Project Partners: Centre for Independent Social Re
On the evening of February 8th the office of CGE was full of chatter, disputes and emotional expressions. The neighbours every now and then would pass the room and unwittingly checked what was happing...
As the outcome of the German-Ukrainian-Russian Youth Exchange "Quo vadis, Europe?" we would like to organise the Simulation Night in the office of CGE. The event aims to bring awareness to the societa...
We are inviting you to apply for our upcoming project: "Solidarity Architects; Youth deconstructing walls of exclusion!" which will take place in 22.03 – 30.03.2018 in Mali Iđoš, Vojvodina, Serbia....
Ammalia is a researcher, independent consultant, urban planner, designer and teacher. Her bachelor degree was attained in Indonesia at the faculty of Design and Art, Bandung Institute of Technology. After several years working in the industry, she decided to persue her master degree in Germany thanks to the Indonesian Foreign Ministry’s scholarship. Following the graduation from the faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bauhaus- Universität Weimar in 2010, she gained experience in practice as urban planner and designer in Amsterdam (Netherland) and Koszalin (Poland). She has been teaching at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar with the topic of Changing Landscape and Sustainable Tourism, while conducting her PhD research from 2012-2015 as a Freistaat Thüringen Stipendium holder and DAAD scholarship holder in 2016.
Zafar is the Managing Director of CGE Erfurt e.V. He is experienced in programme/project management, project development and evaluation, overseas experience and an advanced academic degree in Public Policy. He has Bachelors degree in Management and Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Erfurt, Willy Brandt School of Public Policy. Since then he also worked as a Programme officer at the PLATTFORM e.V. Prior to his Master studies, he gained experience in project management, fundraising, coordination, project development and evaluation in various international organizations and NGOs such as USAID, The Pragma Corporation, UNDP and OSCE.
Marina is a graduate of the School of International Economic Relations and Tourism Business, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. Her scientific field of interest lies within convergence of knowledge, technology and society (CKTS) with the focus on U.S. and EU science policy. She did her European Voluntary Service in European Youth Education and Meeting Centre in Weimar, thus gaining extensive experience in non-formal education. Marina is also a member of Ukraine Debate Federation.
Moritz is a project coordinator at CGE, an inter-disciplinarily trained social scientist, NGO-administrator and writer. Having studied in Jena, Vilnius and at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy in Erfurt, he left university with degrees in Governmental Studies and Public Policy and has been writing about the impact of the web on society writ large and structural challenges to today's societies since the late 2000s. At CGE, he develops and implements projects on structural problems in today’s Europe such as the future of the European idea, how to effectively combat far-right populism by means of remembrance and education, or the active participation of refugees in European civil society.
Jhon has both the educational background and practical experiences in organizing and implementing projects. He earned his Master's degree in Public Policy at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt. Doing his master's degree enabled him to widen his horizon in terms of developing and implementing projects. His areas of interest include social development, sustainable development, and social justice. He is also implementing a project for the street children in the Philippines funded by Engagement Stiftung. Jhon is a certified volunteer and student leader.
-Jessie Jhon Mateo-Magkilat
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