Learning from role models and making contacts - this extraordinary opportunity has been offered to young artists through the art master class “Made-In-Nigeria”.
It’s not just adults who come back to Kosovo after spending longer periods abroad. Families, and especially their children, often find this hugely challenging. The German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK) in Pristina offers support to everyone. Ramadan Islami, a DIMAK coordinator, explained more in an interview.
I worked in a company that had to close down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. So I started an online retail outlet selling traditional clothing. My business has become a success thanks to the help that I was given by the Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre.
I’ve found what I am looking for: I’m self-employed as a driver in my home country. The Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre helped me to find this opportunity.
Clandestino tells the story of Modou and Samba, two Senegalese friends who emigrate to Europe by boat.
Soap, shoes, food – these were just some of the products on offer that were available to buy at the two markets in Lagos and Abuja. The Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration organises these markets for its former course participants.
I went to Germany to be able to support my family. My mother became ill, so I decided to come back. The Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre (PGFRC) helped me to open a tailor shop.
Where can I find a job? This is a question which troubles many people in the area around the town of Vladičin Han such as seasonal worker Dejan. Support from the German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) helped him find the right path.
The support provided by the Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre means I’m now successfully running my own business.
Reintegration specialists are collaborating closely in Munich to enable women and men to make the best possible new start in their country of origin.