DaMigra on site
The DaMigra projects are regionally anchored throughout Germany. We hold nationwide events for women* with a history of flight and migration.
Get to know the regions and locations here! To do this, select one of our projects #together, Together MUTig or women rais.ed and reach our project coordinators* on site in your region.
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DaMigra works both for the umbrella organization itself and in 3 different projects: #together, Together MUTig and women.rais.ed. These projects can be found at different locations nationwide. All locations can be found here on this overview map. Clickable information about the individual projects is available in the menu above.
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With the project #together! – Women with a migration and refugee history, between multiple discrimination and the right to self-determination, DaMigra fights to break down the barriers that women with a migration and refugee experience face.
Project Mutig together
Together MUTig wants to help reduce the disadvantages faced by refugee girls and women in the job and training market and to help shape, participate in and strengthen their skills.
Zarona Ismailova, Regional Coordinator & Project Manager
Alejandra Nieves Camacho, project assistant
Seyma Yilmaz, Site Coordinator
Alaa Muhrez, Site Associate
Irina Fischer, site coordinator
Rudaba Badakhshi, Regional Coordinator
Fabiana Blasco, Press and Public Relations Officer
Asunción Serrano Baena, Site Coordinator
Lara Abbas, site employee
Victoria Korshnyakova, Site Coordinator
dr Shymaa Hammad, site employee
Ellen Rublow, site coordinator
dr Ceren Deniz, site employee
Steffi Ackermann, Finance & Controlling
Region South West
Frankfurt am Main
Ekin Polat, Regional Coordinator
dr Fereshta Sahrai (substitute)
Constance Fricker, site coordinator
Hind Mohammad, site employee
Luisa Steinkogler, press and public relations officer
dr H. Pinar Senoguz, Site Coordinator
Project women raises.ed
women rais.ed wants to empower women and girls affected by racism. Racism-critical educational offers are intended to strengthen the skills of women and girls who are affected by racism. The project promotes their ability to help shape and make decisions.