Tausche Bildung für Wohnen (Exchange Education for Housing)
Imke Rebensburg (location manager)
Mina Mahmoudian (location manager)
This is us
Our vision is a society with equal opportunities for everyone, in which people are active shapers of their own lives and their living environment. Tausche Bildung für Wohnen e.V. (Exchange education for Housing) would like to demonstrate that bringing together people of different ages and genders, origins, religions, economic backgrounds and social statuses through interaction and debate can lead to mutual education for all participants. During this process, the neighborhood becomes a common creative space.
The association Tausche Bildung für Wohnen e.V. (Exchange Education for Housing), founded in 2012, provides dedicated young people with rent-free shared rooms in structurally disadvantaged neighborhoods. As educational patrons, they promote the academic and personal development of the children in the neighborhood and offer them a second home in the so-called Tauschbars (exchange lobbies), the association's places of activity. This exchange creates a win-win-win situation for the children, educational patrons and the district, and thus a long-term perspective for the immediate region.
Learning support for children between the 1st - 7th grade in the Tauschbar, care ratio 1:3 - 1:5
Pre-school program (low-threshold German lessons) and care for refugee children from the age of 5 ("Letterlinge") who do not have a place at school or daycare center.
Recreational care & vacation camps for all children of the project
Digital learning on the Data- and Child- protecting learning platform "Virtuelle Tauschbar" (Virtual Exchange Lobby) as a result of the lockdowns during the Corona pandemic
For young adults
rent-free living in our shared apartments for educators
Pocket money (for BFDler:innen | FSJler:innen)
Training on topics such as values and vision, leadership, pedagogical content, communication and conflict management, supervision, and team coaching.
Training days during the employment, e.g. career orientation, anti-racism training, child protection and prevention training, media training
Regular team events
For the neighborhood
Expansion of the local educational offers
meaningful use of vacancies
Cooperation with local projects, institutions and actors
Participation in district-specific working groups and committees
Counseling in everyday life situations & referral to specialized departments
Assistance with applications for education and participation and other services
Involvement in neighborhood festivals, district events, public open days