“I want to stay.” New perspectives for migrants and refugees in Morocco

Isabel Küppers| December 14th 2016|Categories: CREATING LIVEABLE CITIES|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Isabel Küppers

Isabel Küppers

Isabel Küppers took up her new post as technical advisor for the project “Supporting local authorities in the management of migration” in Morocco in May, 2015. Between 2012 and 2015, Ms. Küppers worked as a technical advisor for decentralization projects at GIZ in Burkina Faso and Benin, focusing on citizen participation and anti-corruption mechanisms at the local level. Prior to working at GIZ, Ms. Küppers worked for the Refugee Council in Berlin for two years on a voluntary basis. She graduated with a degree in political science and romance studies from Free University Berlin, and holds a certificate in sustainable development from Kaiserslautern University.
Isabel Küppers

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In a four-part series, URBANET takes a closer look at specific projects that contribute to making cities more liveable. This third part describes efforts to better integrate and reintegrate migrants, refugees and returning migrants into local life in Morocco.

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Good partnerships – An interview with Brigitte Riegelbauer, mayor’s office in the city of Bamberg

Imme Scheit| November 10th 2016|Categories: STRENGTHENING CITIES AS ACTORS, STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS|Tags: , |

Imme Scheit

Imme Scheit

Project manager at GIZ CoMun
Imme Scheit has been working for GIZ since 2012 andmanages the regional programme “Sharing of Knowledge between municipalities in the Maghreb and Germany” (CoMun) at the GIZ office in Eschborn.
Imme Scheit

Town twinnings play an important role when it comes to mutual understanding and learning processes. In an interview with Imme Scheit, head of administration and deputy chief officer of the mayor’s office in the city of Bamberg Brigitte Riegelbauer explains how these partnerships can be successfully implemented.

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