The refugee project is new enough to still be evolving. The process of this evolving is, that while some planning and structure is of course necessary and in place, essentially the shape of what is offered will be in response to emerging needs.
From now then, there will be 3 weekly Drop-In sessions
Publicity (notices and social media) uses the names:
Frauen Stunde – StammTisch – Kinder Stunde
After the summer break –
Sessions run approximately Wednesdays 11-13 / Fridays from 17.30…. / Saturdays 10-12
Currently present at sessions are:
Shehnaz Mousa who is Team Leader (see ‘who is who’ part of website) and who holds this role on a mini-job basis. She has main responsibility for the SA Kinder Stunde – a saturday learning hub currently with school aged children learning Kurdish but in future to draw in others who need help with school work and most especially those children who live in an Asylheim.
Salam Gebreyjohannes who runs the FR evening StammTisch group gathering those in work wanting to practice their spoken german but unable to access courses.
Chaplain with overall responsibility, also as project leader, also with safeguarding (training and statutory checks) in place.
We refer where that is appropriate. We also network where we can import expertise from among the settled refugee community in Stuttgart.
During almost every session there is advice sought or practical help needed.