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UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program for Africa & Germany 2022

The new UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program invites people from african countries and germany to explore the history of colonialism from different perspectives and to engage with our postcolonial present. you will develop projects in the fields of culture, education and sustainability that you can implement together in germany.

In the kulturweit Tandem project, two participants – one from an African country and one from Germany – reappraise the history of colonialism and its effects on the present. Together you develop anti-racism projects that you can implement in theatres, museums and schools, in charities, initiatives or companies in Germany.

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UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO's programmes contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015. Political and economic arrangements of governments are not enough to secure the lasting and sincere support of the peoples. Peace must be founded upon dialogue and mutual understanding. Peace must be built upon the intellectual and moral solidarity of humanity. I... read more


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UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program


Aim and Benefits of UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program

Through the kulturweit Tandem project, you are making a contribution to a world without discrimination. You will gain international experience, let your creativity run free during the project phase and build a network that you can stay involved with for a long time to come.


Requirements for UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program Qualification

  • You can apply for the first round of kulturweit’s Tandem programme if you are of age and live in Germany, Ghana, Cameroon, Kenya, Namibia or Togo.
  • You must have a basic knowledge of German as well as French or English. You should have excellent knowledge of one of the three languages.

Personal requirements

  • Keenness for international exchange
  • Curiosity and openness to other people and places
  • ?Sense of responsibility and independence
  • Enjoyment of volunteering
  • Willingness to commit to full-time work (i.e. 38.5 to 40 hours a week) and to integrate into a team
  • Interest in the history of colonialism, postcolonialism and the critique of racism
  • Pleasure in project work

 



Interview date, Process and Venue for UNESCO Kulturweit Tandem Exchange Program

The programme consists of a two-month language course in your country, a four-week seminar on the African continent and a three-month project phase in Germany. All participants receive financial support and educational guidance.


Application Deadline

July 25, 2022


How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on www.kulturweit.de to apply

For more details, visit UNESCO website.

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