Call for Expressions of Interest

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Participation & Support in the project  “Bridges! Not Walls – Migration in Dialogue” 

CGE Erfurt e.V. is partnering within a European cooperation project (Ireland, Lithuania, Spain, Germany) entitled “Bridges! Not Walls – Migration in Dialogue”. It is a multi-year project as part of the EU funding program Erasmus+ Youth (KA210-YOU – Small-scale partnerships in youth). We are looking for supporters for the implementation of this project. 

Project description:

It is partners’ experience that youth organisations and civil society more broadly often lack the capacities to engage young people from a migrant background meaningfully. It is important that organisations that are engaging with migrant communities, and organisations that are composed of these communities are empowered to collaborate, cooperate and exchange expertise, so that the unique challenges these communities face can be collectively navigated – so that the unique strengths of these communities can take their valuable place within civic, social, and cultural life. This understanding of the landscape of migrant participation within NGOs/social movements/civil society is the driving motivation behind this project. The project will implement two capacity-building trainings, compile a casebook, and produce a publication of the learning of the consortium during this project. 

More: http://migrationindialogue.4learning.eu/about/ 

We are looking for support for the following areas:

1) Project management support

  • Communication with the international project partners from Ireland, Spain and Lithuania.
  • Leading in the development of the Casebook on Migrant-led & Migrant-Focused initiatives in IE, DE, LT, ES, drawing from the research of the consortium so far. (A4)
  • Leading in the development of the Charter of Principles for Migrant-inclusive youth organisations and projects, drawing from the research of the consortium so far (A5)
  • Attending TPM in Lithuania, Autumn 2022 (A5)
  • Coordination of the final conference in Erfurt, 2023 Spring (A6)

Remuneration: fee contract

Expressions of interest with a short cover letter and CV as soon as possible to: nesirky@cge-erfurt.org


Participation & Support in the project “Theater as a Collective Language”

CGE Erfurt e.V. is partnering within a European cooperation project (Ireland, Lithuania, Germany) entitled “Theater as a Collective Language”. It is a multi-year project as part of the EU funding program Erasmus+ Adult (KA210-ADU – Small-scale partnerships in Adult Education). We are looking for supporters for the implementation of this project. 

Project description:

Understanding that non-verbal approaches in pedagogy have some advantages over (verbal) group discussion formats, especially for some immigrant and refugee groups, we aim to use research and pilot non-verbal methodologies to support adult educators who wish to engage migrants in the social, civic and cultural spaces of theater. Through 18-months of collaboration, we are looking to develop the skillsets regarding:

● Non-verbal Theater methods supporting the inclusion of migrants;

● Knowledge engaging with migrants to understand needs during NfE programs.

● Knowledge of how to co-design programs according to migrants’ needs;

We are looking for support for the following areas:

1) Pedagogical Support as a Trainer

  • Attending the APV/TPM in Bielefeld, 28.08-01.09.22 
  • Participating in the development of the program for the Training of Trainers, and supporting travel logistics of German participants. 
  • Training at the Training of Trainers in Weimar 31.10-06-11.22  

Remuneration: fee contract

Expressions of interest with a short cover letter and CV as soon as possible to: nesirky@cge-erfurt.org

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