Podcast: Interview about Homelessness in Berlin with politician Alexander Fischer

We talked with Alexander Fischer, Secretary for Labour and Social in Berlin, (Left Party / Die Linke) about homelessness in Berlin. We talked with the politician about the current situation of homeless people in the German capital: the structural problems homeless people are facing, the plans of the Senate for improving the situation and the... Continue Reading →

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Presentation: Free movement for EU citizen after the Brexit

The presentation deals with the situation of Antoni, a well educated man, who was born in Poland and build up his life in England. After the decision of the Brexit-votum, Antoni and further 3.5m other citizens from EU member states living in the UK are worried about their future status. Click here to see the... Continue Reading →

Video: EU-Mobility in Organizations

Julia and Iza are polish students studying in Germany. Their experience acquired abroad made them to contribute their powers in an international organization. Two of the most famous volunteer organizations are presented by them in here. Doing so they talk about their tasks as active members and what they do for mobility and international exchange.... Continue Reading →

Video: Mental Conditions of Work Migrants

Does migration make sick? This video shows the link between migration and mental health. It offers a current scientific research about the topic and shows the differences between the situation of the first and second migratory generation in Germany. The video concludes with various suggestions for improvement of health conditions of migrants, such as care... Continue Reading →

The relationship between Poland and Germany

The relationship between Poland and Germany and the inhabitants is very special and sometimes complicated due to the history of World War II. Nevertheless the polish population is the second largest group of immigrants in Germany. Roughly 1.6 million people with a polish background are currently living in Germany. Most of them came for a... Continue Reading →

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