Tea & In­ter­cul­tur­al Talk
Co­op­er­a­tion between the Leipzig Volk­shoch­schule and the So­ciocul­tur­al Center Frauen­kul­tur e.V.

This series of events is an offer to get to know a meet­ing place in the East of Leipzig. With a cup of tea, women from dif­fer­ent coun­tries come into con­ver­sa­tion with each other on se­lec­ted top­ics. This event of the VHS in the area of polit­ic­al edu­ca­tion is free of charge. Re­gis­tra­tion is use­ful (e.g. in case you need an in­ter­pret­er)

Next events:
Fr., 20.10. 20173 - 5 p.m. My Way in Ger­many
Mrs. S. ori­gin­ally came from Iran and has been work­ing in Leipzig for sev­er­al years. She will tell about her "un­usu­al" way of life ... in Farsi and Ger­man.

Fr., 01.12. 20173 - 5 p.m.  Christ­mas
Why do many people in Ger­many cel­eb­rate Christ­mas?
What tra­di­tions are be­hind it?

Fr., 16.02. 20183 - 5 p.m.  From head­scarf to mini skirt
About clothes se­lec­tion, iden­tity and self-es­teem of women


"Identi­fy and act against ra­cist dis­crim­in­a­tion" - a present­a­tion of An­ti­dis­­kri­mi­nie­rung­s­bü­ro Sach­sen e.V.
- a black Ger­man man is not al­lowed to come in a dis­cotheque
- a muslim women gets no job be­cause of her head­scarf
- a fu­git­ive is only ever swept away in the search for apart­ments and does not get any in­spec­tion dates

Ra­cist dis­crim­in­a­tion is man­i­fold and is un­for­tu­nately com­mon to many people. The ADB there­fore of­fers an event in FiA to in­form af­fected per­sons of the pos­sib­il­it­ies of ac­tion. The par­ti­cipants are in­vited to dis­cuss their own ex­per­i­ences of ra­cist dis­crim­in­a­tion. On the basis of ex­amples, women learn to react to dis­crim­in­at­ory ex­pres­sions and at­tacks.

Mi., 15.11.2017 │3 - 5 p.m. at FiA

SPEAK WITH ME! Lan­guage Tan­dem in co­oper­a­tion with Mu­se­um der bil­den­den Kün­s­te Leip­zig
A Ger­man-speak­ing woman and a Ger­man-learn­ing woman visit the mu­seum to­geth­er - and tell each other what they see.
They dis­cov­er pic­tures to­geth­er - and learn to­geth­er Ger­man or an­oth­er lan­guage.
In­ter­ested women and girls from 14 years of age please re­gister at FiA Tel. 0341 - 581 54 515 or at Frau­en­kul­tur Leip­zig Tel. 0341 213 00 30 or at Mu­se­um der bil­den­den Kün­s­te  Tel. 0341 - 216 999 923, kirs­ten.hu­wig@leip­zig.de

Mi., 08.11.2017 │3 - 5 p.m. (Meet­ing 2:30 p.m. at FiA or 3 p.m. at Mu­se­um der bil­den­den Kün­s­te at Ka­tha­ri­n­en­stra­ße 10)

Frauen STÄRKEN - Women's group for mi­grant women
This offer is for women with a his­tory of es­cape and / or mi­gra­tion that have men­tal and phys­ic­al symp­toms (eg pain, sleep dis­orders, ex­haus­tion, stress). In the women's group, we help you feel more com­fort­able. You will get in­form­a­tion on top­ics re­lated to men­tal and phys­ic­al health.

Come to us:
- if you want to get in­form­a­tion about men­tal and phys­ic­al ail­ments
- if you want to know how they can im­prove their men­tal and phys­ic­al well-being
- if they want to be to­geth­er with other women and want to talk
- if you want to help other mi­grant women

every Thursday 1:30 - 3 p.m. at FiA

The suc­cess­ful job ap­plic­a­tion!
From ap­plic­a­tion to job in­ter­view. In­form­a­tion and hints for your suc­cess­ful ap­plic­a­tion.
Part 1: Ap­plic­a­tion pa­pers
Which pa­pers be­long to an ap­plic­a­tion file? Cover­ing let­ter and per­son­al data sheet – which form­al­it­ies are im­port­ant?
A dis­cus­sion with Maria-Kristin Borgo (Arbeitsladen plus Leipzig, BIWAQ-Pro­jekt “MehrWer­tQuart­i­er: Poten­ziale akt­ivier­en – Un­terneh­men an­siedeln – Arbeit schaf­fen”)
Wed­nes­day, 15.02.2017 | 3 – 5 p.m.

Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum, part I.
In the con­text of “Tee & Ge­spräch”:
First part of the series of events “Ver­steckte Berufe im Mu­seum” (Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum). A first meet­ing to get to know each other and to in­tro­duce the sub­ject. With Bet­tina Salzhuber, me­di­at­or for arts and cul­ture at the Mu­seum der Bildenden Kün­ste Leipzig.
Who is work­ing at the mu­seum? How does a mu­seum work? What can we ob­serve there?
The Mu­seum der bildenden Kün­ste Leipzig is in­vit­ing you to learn to know the dif­fer­ent pro­fes­sions of an art mu­seum and to look be­hind the scenes. You will have the op­por­tun­ity to de­vel­op an own pro­ject for the ex­hib­i­tion or to offer an own guided tour through the mu­seum. The three-day event is ad­dressed to women who are in­ter­ested in arts, who are act­ive as an artist or who want to visit the mu­seum.
The series of events takes place in co­oper­a­tion between Fia/Soziok­ul­turelles Zen­trum Frauen­kul­tur Leipzig and the Mu­seum der Bildenden Kün­ste Leipzig in the con­text of the ex­hib­i­tion “Dis­place­ments/En­tor­tun­gen” by Mona Hatoum and Ayse Erk­men. (The ex­hib­i­tion takes place between 18.11.17. – 18.02.18)
Wed­nes­day, 22.02.2017 | 3 – 5 p.m.

Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum, part II.
In the con­text of “Tee & Ge­spräch”: “Ver­steckte Berufe im Mu­seum” (Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum)
Visit of the Mu­seum der Bildenden Kün­ste in Leipzig, guided tour through the mu­seum and dis­cus­sion.
Se­cond part of the series of events “Ver­steckte Berufe im Mu­seum. With Bet­tina Salzhuber, me­di­at­or for arts and cul­ture at the Mu­seum der Bildenden Kün­ste Leipzig.
Wed­nes­day, 01.03.2017 | 3  - 5 p.m.

The suc­cess­ful job ap­plic­a­tion!
From ap­plic­a­tion to job in­ter­view. In­form­a­tion and hints for your suc­cess­ful ap­plic­a­tion.
Part II: The job in­ter­view.
A dis­cus­sion with Maria-Kristin Borgo (Arbeitsladen plus Leipzig, BIWAQ-Pro­jekt “MehrWer­tQuart­i­er: Poten­ziale akt­ivier­en – Un­terneh­men an­siedeln – Arbeit schaf­fen”)
Wed­nes­day, 15.03.2017 | 3 – 5 p.m.

Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum, part III.
In the con­text of “Tee & Ge­spräch”: “Ver­steckte Berufe im Mu­seum” (Hid­den pro­fes­sions at the mu­seum)
Re­flec­tion and pro­ject work­shop. Third part of the series of events “Ver­steckte Berufe im Mu­seum”. With Bet­tina Salzhuber, me­di­at­or for arts and cul­ture at the Mu­seum der Bildenden Kün­ste Leipzig.
Wed­nes­day, 22.03.2017 | 3 - 5 p.m.