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Assessing the needs of refugees in Husum

Published: 2017-01-20
Assessing the needs of refugees in Husum

16 participants of the integration course from the Wirtschaftsakademie Schleswig-Holstein in Husum took part in a workshop to analyse the needs of supporting services for refugees moderated by Mr. Mazen Okasha.

After a short introduction of Project SEMPRE by LEN coordinator Martina Sievertsen and her colleague Tina Zick, the participants gave a detailed overview of their heritage, their previous experiences in Germany and the problems they have to deal with now in their everyday life in a rural part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

In this workshop the essential needs and wishes of the refugees were worked out and the results were recorded.  

The next step is to initiate micro-projects to develop target-oriented services with active involvement of the refugees.

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We're not done yet: SEMPRE Accelerators is starting!

Published: 2019-09-01
Shortly after the SEMPRE project reached the end of its three-year lifetime, the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme approved our application for an extension stage project: "SEMPRE Accelerators for Service Co-Creation". The project is starting now and will run until 2021.

Final transnational meeting in Hamburg concludes SEMPRE project... for the time being

Published: 2019-01-31
SEMPRE partners have met for the finalisation of the project on 23 and 24 January 2019 in the Ecomenical Forum HafenCity in Hamburg, Germany. An emotional good-bye feedback round as well as some last work session to finalise the remaining outputs and succesfully close the project were all part of this last SEMPRE meeting.

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