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Prezentace projektu Maják na konferenci v Berlíně

3. 7. 2007

Program konference:

Regional Workshop on Age, Gender, Diversity Mainstreaming

Berlin, 29 June 2007

Agenda

Exchange of best practices in light of findings from the AGDM Participatory Assessments

  in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland

       Opening of the workshop

Mr. Gottfried Koefner, UNHCR Regional Representative, Berlin

       Experiences of AGDM roll-out in other European countries

                Ms. Susin Park, UNHCR Senior Legal Advisor, Geneva

                Ms. Elisabeth Pelster, UNHCR Senior Desk Officer, Geneva

       Roll-out of AGDM in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland

                                A 15 minute presentation by each of the countries

       Coffee break

       Children and young adults, particularly separated ones – best practices

Mr. Albert Riedelsheimer, Spokesperson, Federal Association for Unaccompanied Minor Refugees, Donauwoerth, Germany

The process from arrival through the asylum process to integration or return – the German experience and some European models

Ms. Anna Buellesbach, UNHCR Liaison Officer, Nuremberg, Germany

Participation of children and young adults in enhancing their own situation

Ms. Elisabeth Freithofer. Integrationhouse, Vienna Austria

Initiatives for the education and integration of young asylum-seekers and the labour market integration of young refugees and the way forward

Presentation of main findings through Participatory Assessments, discussion and conclusions on follow up

       Integration, particularly into the labour market

                Ms. Beatrix Lewandovski, Austrian Integration Fund

                               Introduction to the services of the AIF with a focus on the job centre  

                Mr. Jan Mochtak, SOZE, Czech Republic

                               Lessons learned from the Equal Project and presentation of the ESF funded    MAJAK project

Presentation of main findings through Participatory Assessments, discussion and conclusions on follow up

       Lunch, in the office

       Participation of Refugee Women in enhancing their own situation

                Ms. Christel Gutekunst, Diakonie, Berlin, Germany

Women’s participation in devising protection frameworks, including how to tackle underreporting of gender-based violence

Ms. Dzana Popovic, OPU, Czech Republic

               Women and SGBV – experiences in the Czech Republic

Presentation of main findings through Participatory Assessments, discussion and conclusions on follow up

       Next steps in the AGDM process

Plans in each respective country, as well as brainstorming on what we could do as a ‘region’

       Closing

                Mr. Gottfried Koefner, UNHCR Regional Representative, Berlin