Further interesting links, legal framework & event information

Further interesting links, legal framework & event information Interesting links, event information and publications

External interesting links

Some legal terms & exclusion of liability

Initiatives and contributions of the Universität Innsbruck – archive


Interesting links, event information and publications

Projects of the unico

  http://uniko.ac.at/projekte/more/index.php?lang=EN

  http://uniko.ac.at/projekte/international_lectures/index.php?lang=EN

  

   

Lecture and tutorial (Vorlesungs- und Proseminarangebot) in the scope of the IWW program: “Intercultural Communication”

Students of IWW and ERASMUS exchange students shall get to know their own culture through this lecture and according tutorial in order to be able to identify cultural differences within a first step. With the learned contents intercultural problems shall be solved in an adequate manner. A proficient knowledge of English is required.

Find further information here:

  IWW-program https://www.uibk.ac.at/iww/

Please consider that this lecture and tutorial also is offered for students in other fields by the office of the vice-rector for student affairs and teaching.

  In the scope of the „Refugee Support Project“ students elaborate projects with which they go into asylums and teach cultural contents.

 

Research centre Migration & Globalization

  Under the direction of Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Dirk Rupnow (Institut of Contemporary History) the “research centre Migration & Globalisation” was established.

The research center “Migration & Globalization” is part of the Research Area “Cultural Encounters – Cultural Conflicts” and the Research Platform Gender Studies. It serves as a platform for interdisciplinary exchange and cooperation, the design and execution of research projects, the organization of teaching and training, and as a gathering place for consultation and events.

 

ULG “German as foreign language” / “German as second language“

  Methodic-didactic basics and competences of German as foreign- and second language teaching (in German only): https://www.uibk.ac.at/weiterbildung/ulg/daf/

 

Some interesting publications on the topic

  Legal considerations about the concept of asylum proceeding camps outside of Europe” / “Rechtliche Überlegungen zum Konzept der Asylverfahrenslager außerhalb Europas
of Mr. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Gregor Heißl (2007) (in German only)


Escape – Migration – Illegalisation

  Migration- and escape experiences of women under conditions of uncertainty of rights of residence and insecurities” / “Migrations- und Fluchterfahrungen von Frauen unter Bedingungen aufenthaltsrechtlicher Unsicherheit und Prekarisierung
of Kerstin Hazibar (diploma thesis, 2009) (in German only)

 

Do you know about further events, offerings and publications on the topic of asylum and integration?

  Please inform us! 

 

External interesting links

  Information page of the city of Innsbruck

  Information brochure “Refugees in Tyrol”   

  Diocese Innsbruck: refugees and us

  Caritas Tyrol

  The Tyrolean Social Services (TSD) inform about Tyrolean asylum centers

  Independent legal counselling Tyrol of the refugee services of the deaconry

  Housing counselling Tyrol of the refugee service of the deaconry

   Women Of All Countries (Frauen aus allen Ländern) offers quality vocational and career counselling services to female migrants and refugees

   ASTcounseling centre for recognition of foreign qualifications in Tyrol and Vorarlberg (Anerkennungsberatung für Personen mit im Ausland erworbenen Qualifikationen)

 

Some legal terms & exclusion of liability

What are “asylum seekers”?

Asylum seekers are people in a pending asylum procedure without a definitive – thus legally binding “rechtskräftig” – official sentence.

Asylum seekers receive a “white card“ (weiße Karte), that serves as ID.

What are “Recognized refugees”?

Recognized refugees are also called refugees entitled to asylum according to the Geneva Refugee Convention – GRK (German: GFK) or conventional refugees.

Recognized refugees are people whose request for asylum has been granted in a legally binding – therefor definitive – manner.

Recognized refugees have access to different documents that may serve as ID: official notification of recognition (Anerkennungsbescheid) / recognition acknowledgement (Anerkennungserkenntnis), convention passport (Konventionsreisepass) and / or the identification card for foreigners (Identitätskarte für Fremde).

What are "people granted subsidiary protection"?

People granted subsidiary protection are people who are not recognized as refugees (according the Refugee Convention), but are in need of protection due to other reasons (e.g. torture, civil war). People granted subsidiary protection have a right of temporal residence.

They have access to different documents that may serve as ID: the so called “grey card” (graue Karte), official notification of recognition (Anerkennungsbescheid) / recognition acknowledgement (Anerkennungserkenntnis), passport for foreigners (Fremdenpass) and / or the identification card for foreigners (Identitätskarte für Fremde).

Exclusion of liability

This website shall offer an overview about offerings and possibilities and is a collection of different options for those that want to contribute and help. The University of Innsbruck is neither liable for the completeness nor the validity of the contents of own pages or pages of other websites and doesn’t own their contents.

 

Initiatives and contributions of the Universität Innsbruck – archive (in German only)

  Refugees – How to help? (Menschen auf der Flucht – wie helfen?), 03.06.2016 

   Escape and asylum – social philosophical perspectives (Flucht und Asyl – Sozialphilosophische Perspektiven), 22.04.2016

  Glassblower-insight for refugees (Glasbläser-Einblick für Flüchtlinge), 07.04.2016

  Talking to refugees – in French (Mit Flüchtlingen reden – auf Französisch), 15.03.2016

  Provisional accommodation for refugees (Notquartier für Menschen auf der Flucht), 13.01.2016

 

First legal assistance for refugees “Refugee Law Clinic” – an initiative of Mr. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Gregor Heißl

  Law-students support the independent legal consulting of the deaconry in the scope of a seminar and acquire important working experience in the area of refugee- and asylum law. Find an interesting article about this project in the “wissenswert” edition published in June 2016 (in German only).

This seminar will also be offered in the summer semester of 2017.

 

  Internship in the scope of German philology studies 

The internship is of interest for students that support asylum seekers and refugees with the language acquisition and at the same time can be credited for the German philology studies. The internship is for students that attend/attended one or more courses in the area of methodology and didactics – German as foreign/second language and want to put more emphasis on the related Topics.


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