Events

Below you will find all the dates and further information about our planned events.   

 

20-22 September 2019 in Berlin

IV. Meeting of Colombian, Peruvian and Ecuadorian scientists and researchers

Migrants are bridge builders between their home countries and the countries where they live and work. With their expertise, ideas, experiences and contacts they promote important changes and contribute to the sustainable development of their countries of origin. Many migrants work in academic and scientific field, facilitating the exchange of knowledge between different countries. A good number of migrants will eventually decide to return temporarily or permanently to their countries of origin and make their knowledge available to local organizations.

25 October 2019 in Hamburg

Information Seminar: Your contribution to the development of Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia and the Palestinian Territories

Many people from developing and emerging countries work or have completed their studies / vocational training in Germany. In an increasingly globalized world, migrants play an important role as bridge builders between countries. With their knowledge, their ideas, experiences and contacts they shape sustainable changes and support their countries of origin or the country of their parents to stay fit for the future. The Center for International Migration and Development (CIM) sees great potential in this and specifically supports the involvement of students, graduates, professionals and members of diaspora organizations from Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia and the Palestinian territories and invites them to our information event.

6-8 December 2019 in Munich

Country Seminar Serbia

What comes next after studying? Return to the country of origin or work in Germany? The Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) introduces programmes for the return and the start as an employee or as an entrepreneur your country of origin. It informs about other possibilities how you can make a contribution to the development of your country of origin.