CCP Refugees and Migration
With the funding programme CCP Refugees and Migration ifa reacts to recent developments and urgent needs in the field of refugee work and migration in Germany and abroad. The programme is a new and adapted concept of the CrossCulture programme (CCP).
Areas and target groups
CCP Refugees and Migration is aimed at employees of non-governmental organisations, government agencies and organisations in the field of refugee work and migration in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and Germany. Working areas include civil conflict resolution, (re-)integration and empowerment of the civil society, amongst others. ifa assigns 14 scholarships for a period of five to eight weeks from September to November 2016. The scholarship is linked with a job-related stay abroad with a hosting organisation.
Organisation and benefits
Organisation and benefits
Participants from Germany conduct their work-related stay in one of the participating countries named above; participants from abroad exclusively in Germany. After the internship, all scholarship holders meet for a one-week-forum in Berlin (expected in the first or second week of November). This forum offers the possibility of professional and personal exchange, further training and networking activities.
ifa is responsible for the organisation and the costs of the programme. The host organisation will not have any financial obligations. In addition to travel, accommodation and insurance expenses, each participant will receive a monthly allowance.
Who can apply?
Who can apply?
- Organisations can encourage their employees to apply. They are also invited to host scholarship holders from one of the participating countries. In this case, please inform us: migration(at)ifa.de. We are looking forward to your cooperation!
- Organisations are invited to inform their own cooperation partners in the participating countries about the programme. Spreading the word would be appreciated
- Professionals, employees or long-term volunteers of an institution can apply for the programme and/or inform their organisations about the option to host a scholarship holder from abroad. We appreciate recommendations and look forward to your application!
The programme strives for gender equality and balance. Women and men are nominated according to their qualification and motivation equally. The programme welcomes so-called tandem partnerships; e.g. institutions are sending an employee as well as hosting a scholarship holder from abroad.
Fellows and organisations 2016
- Abdullah Hassan Abdullah Aljobouri, Sun of Iraq Center for Relief and Crisis Management, Bagdad
Host organisation: German Red Cross – Refugee arrival center, Eisenhüttenstadt
- Ahmed Al-Shaikhli, ALMORTAQA Foundation for Development, Baghdad
Host organisation: Flüchtlingszentrum Mertensstraße/Berliner Stadtmission, Berlin
- Ali Al Fada’an, DAI - Jordan Workforce Development Project, Mafraq
Host organisation: SINGA Deutschland, Berlin
- Ceren Suntekin, Tarlabasi Community Center, Istanbul
Host organisation: Evangelische Jugendhilfe Godesheim, Bonn
- Daad Ibrahim, Fighters for Peace, Beirut
Host organisation: Evangelisches Pfarramt Obertürkheim, Stuttgart
- Florian Börner, Flüchtlingszentrum Mertensstraße/Berliner Stadtmission, Berlin
Host organisation: ALMORTAQA Foundation for Development, Erbil
- Maher Abdaljaleel, Finn Church Aid, Amman
Host organisation: Christlicher Verein zur Förderung sozialer Initiativen in Kiel e.V., Kiel
- Miriam Remy, DGB Bildungswerk NRW e.V., Düsseldorf
Host organisation: Naba'a – Development Action Without Borders, Tyre
- Mountaga Massaba Diop, Kirikou Intercultural Association for Minors Migrants and Moroccans, Rabat
Host organisation: Arbeitskreis Asyl Benningen/Neckar e.V., Benningen
- Muna Abdelbaqi, Japan Emergency NGO JEN, Amman
Host organisation: BORDA e.V. (Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association), Bremen
- Nina Gartenbach, Aktiv für Flüchtlinge Rheinland-Pfalz, Koordinierungsstelle "Ehrenamtliche Aktivitäten im Flüchtlingsbereich in RLP", Bad Kreuznach
Host organisation: Association Najdeh, Beirut