Projects

There are several projects for asylum seekers in Ludwigshafen.

"With bike and advice"

In bike projects, bicycles are repaired together with asylum seekers. Following that, the asylum seekers can use the bicycles. They will also be given training courses by the police and the German Automobile Club ADAC as to how to behave on a bike in road traffic. The project is supported by BASF SE.

Bicycle repair shop in Oggersheim

In the community hall of the Protestant Church (in the cellar)
Schillerstraße 57
Contact person: Doris Joos
Phone: 0621 684281
Opening hours: Tuesday 3 to 6 pm

Bicycle repair shop Caritas Centre St. Martin

Bicycle repair shop Caritas Centre St. Martin
Unteres Rheinufer 55
67061 Ludwigshafen
Phone: 0621 5 20 06 40
Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9 to 12 am and 2 to 5 pm

Bicycle repair shop in Industriestraße

Bicycle repair shop of the “Ludwigshafener Verein für Jugendhilfe”
Industriestraße 8
67063 Ludwigshafen
contact: Martina Kuntz
Phone: 0152 56 70 63 42

Bicycle repair shop in Mitte

On Messplatz
Contact: Heike Jacob-Schädler
Phone: 0176 52752964 or 0621 504-2220
E-Mail: fahrradwerkstatt1@web.de
Opening hours: every Thursday from 4.30 to 7 pm

Bicycle repair shop in Mundenheim

Bicycle repair shop in Mundenheim
Achtmorgenstraße 17
67065 Ludwigshafen

House of media education offers refugee minors work experience

The house of media education (Haus der Medienbildung) offers the opportunity to take part in a work experience together with German pupils to refugee minors who are between 14 and 18 years old. The work experience will take place over the course of two weeks. During that time, participants are going to learn what a digital media designer does and are going to produce audio and video reports for television. Participants will work in groups of two, one refugee and one German pupil. The idea of this work experience is not only to give the refugees a chance to get an idea of what kind of career to enter in the future, but also to have the opportunity to practice the German language. Those refugees who wish to take part in the training have to be able to speak German at a basic level (level should be A2). Experience in media design is not required. After completing the work experience, participants will receive a certificate. For further information please contact Katja Mayer, phone: 0621 9 63 49 80, e-mail: mayer@medienundbildung.com.