• Advice on recognition and job training

    The IQ advice on professional recognition and job training provides information on the recognition of vocational qualifications obtained abroad and the job training schemes for migrants which may be necessary for this. You can find more information under the following link.

  • KAUSA Service Centre (KAUSA = Coordinating Agency for Training and Migration)

    Guidance on active support for refugees searching for and starting in training positions, and support during the training. You can find more information about the KAUSA Service Centre under the following link.

  • Career Advice from the Federal Employment Agency

    Advice on issues concerning school, vocational education and study. The Federal Employment Agency also provides information on the topic of financing options for training, continuing training and retraining. For more information click here.

  • Migration counselling for adult migrants (MBE)

    Advice on the topics of learning German, housing, health, marriage, family, education as well as school and careers. You can find more information under the following link.

  • Migration services for young people (JMD)

    Individual provision of advice on the school-based, vocational and social sector; training provision via intensive networking with schools, integration course providers and training companies. You can find more information under the following link.

  • Medibüros

    Medical support for migrants without health insurance and access to healthcare. For more information click here.

  • Malteser

    Initial examination and emergency care in the case of sudden illness, injury and pregnancy for individuals without health insurance. You can find more information under the following link.

  • Refugee Law Clinics

    Refugee Law Clinics provide advice and support for many cases when going through the asylum process. They provide clarification on issues such as what happens at a hearing before the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) and what conditions must be in place for the awarding of refugee protection. This map shows the current 33 members of the RLC-Network, but does not represent all of German Refugee Law Clinics (November 2018).

  • Amnesty International

    In many parts of Germany, Amnesty International has asylum groups which are responsible for refugee work in the district and which offer clinics for asylum applicants, providing information on the asylum process and responding to questions about the process on an individual basis. Here you can find the addresses and the office hours of Amnesty International.

  • DaMigra

    DaMigra offers various event formats for refugee women with the goal of empowerment. For more information click here.

  • Terre des Femmes – Menschenrechte für die Frau e.V.

    Terre des Femmes  is a German-based NGO that advocates for the Human Rights of Girls and Women. On their site you can find information relating to violence against women, in particular in the areas of forced marriage and female genital mutilation.

  • Treatment centres run by the Federal Consortium of Psychosocial Centres for Refugees and Torture Victims

    Advice and therapy for traumatised individuals and for victims of torture. You can find more information under the following link.