Support for programme co-ordinators in Germany

ECPMF financially supports counselling sessions for programme co-ordinators in Germany who work with media professionals in exile and under threat. When delivered, the sessions are designed to help co-ordinators develop strategies of how best to interact with media professionals, bearing in mind the sensitivities of their situations. The aim is to strengthen the personal resilience of the co-ordinators.

Wir unterstützen Verantwortliche von Programmen für exilierte und bedrohte Medienschaffende in Deutschland mit der finanziellen Förderung von individuellen fachlichen Beratungssitzungen mit den Schwerpunkten traumasensibler Umgang mit exilierten und bedrohten Medienschaffenden und Stärkung der eigenen Resilienzfähigkeit.

Bewerbung - zweite Runde

Für einen Zeitraum von vier Monaten (01.12.2020 – 31.03.2021) können 400€ (z.B. 5 Sitzungen à 80€) beantragt werden.

Bitte senden Sie Ihren Antrag bis spätestens 11. November 2020 an helpdesk@ecpmf.eu (Betreff: Antrag Beratung Resilienz). Ihre Daten werden vertraulich behandelt. Alle Anträge werden ausschließlich durch eine:n externe:n Therapeut:in, die der Schweigepflicht unterliegt, geprüft.

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