Workshop on German rule of law for Arab refugees

For refugees and asylum seekers who speak Arabic as their mother tongue, a free rule of law lesson will take place on October 22nd in Rottenburg. From 14:00 to 17:15 in Rottenburg at Sülchenstraße 24, Rettungszentrum, Z 2, basic knowledge of the free democratic basic order of the Federal Republic of Germany will be discussed. Johannes Ady, judge at the Tübingen Regional Court, will lead this course. A press report on an earlier course is available at: https://www.swp.de/suedwesten/staedte/metzingen/die-justiz-erhaelt-ein-gesicht-23585279.html
The focus is on state building and the basic values that are binding for all, such as democracy, the rule of law, equality and tolerance. The course is designed to help participants settle in Germany and promote their integration. It also aims to reduce fears about the judiciary.
To register at the Rottenburg adult education center (VHS): search for the keyword “Rechtsstaatsunterricht” at www.vhs-rottenburg.de

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