Courses for people from asylum and migration

Courses for people from asylum and migration

Crash Courses Arabic & Tigrinya (1. Execution) Communicate with simple phrases in the foreign language نيالهأ and ሰላም! The first sign means "welcome" in Arabic, the second on Tigrinya "hello". But do not be afraid of characters - the course is aimed at the verbal...

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Integration Award of the City of Bern 2011

Vater sein in der Schweiz brings together Bernese fathers with a migration background for talks. The men talk about the role of the father in different countries, about their family and about the education of their children. And topics like democracy, school system...

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Ten years was an odyssey

Ten years was an odyssey

20 years ago he came to Bern. For ten years his stay was uncertain. Today the chemist Yohannes Berhane, a bundle of energy from Eritrea, acts as a mediator between the Swiss and the Eritrean culture. He has for the Eritrean in Bern Courses for native language and...

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«In Eritrea, a man would never change diapers»

«In Eritrea, a man would never change diapers»

Yohannes Berhane is committed to the integration of immigrant fathers.   «My father is a role model for me», says Eritrea-born Yohannes Berhane and digs out of his agenda an old black and white photo. You can see him as a child posing proudly on a group picture of his...

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Vater sein in der Schweiz Event in Solothurn

Vater sein in der Schweiz Event in Solothurn

Being a father in switzerland Are you a father and are you raising your child(ren) in switzerland?   You see the difference in parenting in your home country and in switzerland;   You want to discuss your opinoin about the role of the father in a men team;   You want...

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«At home, only woman change diapers»

«At home, only woman change diapers»

A refugee offers talks for fathers from Eritrea. His help to reduce patriarchal role understandings should now expand. "Are you a woman?" His Eritrean friends would have asked him if they had seen him doing housework, says Samuel Weldhegebriel. The refugee from...

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