The toolkit is for students and employees of Swiss universities who are involved in University projects for refugee students.
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Structure & Application
The documents on the various topics consist of theoretical parts (fact sheets, explanatory videos, etc.) and practical activities (exercises, games, etc.). The material can be put together individually to design training courses of various length and tailored to different target groups (student mentors / mentees).
Exemplary training sequences
Exemplary training procedures support you to prepare training courses for mentors and mentees in your projects. They give you an overview and refer to the different activities that you can find in the toolkit.
Please contact us if you need our support inthe planning process of training courses: email@example.com
Goals of the Toolkit
The toolkit aims to facilitate the organisation and implementation of local projects as well as the planning of internal trainings and events. This way, we want to ensure sustainable information collection and dissemination and strengthen networking and exchange between projects.
Asking for advice in time
The toolkit is designed to help you acquire a basic knowledge of the topics listed below and to pass it on to the mentors and mentees of your project. However, neither we at Perspective Studies, nor you as students or supporting person of refugees are experts in the areas of asylum law, education, interculturality and other issues that you may be confronted with as part of your engagement. If you have any questions that overburden you, please contact the relevant department in time. Contacts are listed within the various topics.
Networking & Exchange
Would you like to network and exchange ideas with other university projects as a local project? The opportunity for this is offered by the regular exchange meetings that we at Perspektiven-Studium organize. For direct contact with another project, you find an overview of all university projects in Switzerland, as well as the corresponding contacts, on the page Overview of University Projects.
We would like to constantly expand and improve the collection of information in the toolkit. We are happy to receive input on the contents of the toolkit at any time.