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German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration

Deutsch-Tunesisches Zentrum für Jobs, Migration und Reintegration

German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration

Considering returning to Tunisia? Or have you already returned? We can support you in getting on your feet again. Looking for a job?  We can advise you on job and training opportunities in Tunisia and on the requirements for regular migration.

The German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA) offers information and personal advice on opportunities in Tunisia. The advisors also provide information on the requirements for regular migration and on the risks of irregular migration. The centre works closely with the Tunisian employment agency ANETI.  

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What the advice centre offers you

The advice centre in Tunis will be happy to advise you – even by phone or e-mail. The advisors speak Arabic and French, and will provide you with information on employment, training courses and much more. 

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Seeing the whole person

Many people make their way to Europe from the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax in the hope of a better life. Advisor Oussema Ben Younes from the German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA) reveals some alternatives to migration.

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New ideas for a traditional craft

My name is Mariem. I’m 29 years old and married with a daughter. I’d like to be a role model for her just like my mother is for me. I learned weaving from my mother when I was a child, and this gave me the basis to start a business later on. I got help with this from the project “Agripreneur”.

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Country experiences

New ideas for a traditional craft

Wool in organic quality for the weavers in my region – this idea brought me success.

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An own grocery store

I'm 36 years old, from Tunisia, and my name is Wissem. I lived in Europe for a total of 15 years. It was my dream to have a good job there and start a family. But neither of these worked out. Now I've found happiness in my homeland, Tunisia. Back then I wouldn't have thought that possible.

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New dreams in Tunisia

Hi, I'm Khaled. I’m 34 and I come from Tunisia. My family owns a fruit and vegetable outlet where I worked for a long time. But it was always my great dream to live in Europe. I made my way there in 2008 when I was 24 years old. Initially I spent a year in Italy. Then I travelled to Germany via France and Belgium.

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Further opportunities

Return counselling in Germany

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Psychosocial health

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Assistance after returning

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Vocational training

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Short training courses in Germany

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Support in emergency situations

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Families and children

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Starting a business

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Trainings and further education

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University

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Financial support

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Additional offers for women

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Internships

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