Refugees Emancipation is a self-organized refugee project based in Potsdam. Germany

Our association is committed to ensuring that refugees will allow both professionally

and structurally access to computers and the Internet, so that the isolation mechanisms

are circumvented.
We also offer, in cooperation with our partners, advisory services for refugees in

Brandenburg and nationwide.

       Mr Chu Eben

The brain behind RE

 

                                                                                              WHAT WE DO

Establishment and operation of Refugees Emancipation Centers (REC) in accommodation

centers for refugees

Alternative education, legal and social counseling for refugees
Implementation and support of political campaigns:
Against Police Violence
against deportation
For humane treatment of refugees and asylum seekers

                                                                                     What is our mission?


We believe in self-organized refugees structures (FSO): The rooms have to think, to make decisions and implement them.
We digitize activism: this is the empowerment and emancipation of refugees through the Internet.
We create spaces where knowledge can flow reversed by civil society to the refugees and.

                                                                      Significant Achievements

Since 2001: Design and implement a project for the Internet and the creation of space in eight refugee homes
Development and implementation of a training program with allowance issue
Procurement of job opportunities in cooperation with city council and foundations
Support of an international network with various partners worldwide

Our history

Our Organigramm

                                       What is our mission?

We believe in self-organized refugees structures (FSO): The rooms have to think, to make decisions and implement them.
We digitize activism: this is the empowerment and emancipation of refugees through the Internet.
We create spaces where knowledge can flow reversed by civil society to the refugees and.

                                                              Significant Achievements

Since 2001: Design and implement a project for the Internet and the creation of space in eight refugee homes
Development and implementation of a training program with allowance issue
Procurement of job opportunities in cooperation with city council and foundations
Support of an international network with various partners worldwide

                                     Awards

Best Community Project
    (Black Community - ADEFRA, 2003)

Best social project in Brandenburg
    (Councillor Potsdam, 2005)

Best Practice Project in Germany
    (Competence center Bielefeld, 2006)

                                                                                      Our resources

volunteering
committed refugees
Dedicated people in civil society
Sponsoring
From individuals
From small institutions
From civil society organizations
donate
Donations / cash
Donation: computers, servers, monitors, notebooks, copiers and stationery goods, inter alia,

                                                                               Our challenges

enable or facilitate Internet access in all refugee homes nationwide

Development or improvement of the training program for efficient computer and Internet usage for Refugees

Use of the Internet as a means for the promotion of democracy in the home

expand alternative education programs and disseminate

                                                                               Our partner

Self-organized refugee associations
AS
FIB
The Voice
Pawlo
Other organizations / associations
Refugee Council Brandenburg
Diakonie Potsdam
AWO Rathenow
ASB Luckenwalde
K & S Prenzlau
PM Bad Belzig
KUB Berlin

                                                   REC? Refugees Emancipation Center

Open spaces
self-administered by refugees
 Various alternative education programs: computer, radio and Audiotechnik- and German courses, et al
The use of the REC is free
Facts:
8 RECs
about 450 users per day
Over 13,000 users per month
Over 150 certificates
Over 50 practical decisions

REC in Luckenwalde

               Alternative education, legal and social counseling for refugees

Mediation in conflict situations
Arranging support ways of self-orientation in German society
Design and implementation of various events

                 Consultation in Eisenhüttenstadt

          Demo against Residenflicht? In Potsdam

                                      International network

Digital Inclusion Activist Network (DAIN), England

Prof. Phil and students, University of Philadelphia, USA

Prof. Saskia and students, University of Hong Kong, China

Students' groups from different EU countries

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