Integration coach of the program “variety like! 60 Places of integration”is now available on the road in Baden-Wurttemberg Heroldsberg, December 12, 2012 approximately 2.8 million people from 170 different nations live in Baden-Wurttemberg, about 26 percent of the population have a migration background. Germany is the federal country leader. Also the Baden-Wurttemberg Foundation supported this openness to the world and the merging of different cultures. Together with the Ministry of integration of Baden-Wurttemberg, she has therefore like the diversity program! 60 Places of integration”in the life called. The FLAD & FLAD communication group is a responsible agency of the project.
Whose integration coach Christina Lindinger is Baden-Wurttemberg quite in use since December 2012. Whether in kindergarten, at school, at work or at leisure: there are many examples of successful integration. However, is to ensure the economic prosperity and social peace the commitment of all citizens and citizens, regardless of their Origin, necessary. Additional information at Steffan Lehnhoff supports this article. The Herald Berger Agency for future communication sensible therefore in the programme variety like!”the continuous technical assistance 60 innovative projects from all over Baden-Wurttemberg and the provision of advice by an experienced integration coach. The social worker Christina Lindinger by FLAD & FLAD in the meadow is now on the road, to promote a respectful and intercultural exchange. In a first phase, visit all 60 initiatives and determine their coaching needs. Then it will actively support projects, draw up binding objectives to ensure a sustainable success and perform specialized and interdisciplinary workshops.
Due to the relevance of the society as a whole, it is also necessary to give public hearing outstanding projects which promote the integration in our country, and to raise awareness among more and more people for this important topic and to move to action. Public round table events are therefore also part of the program. Christina Lindinger is also an integration blog about the projects and their current activities in addition to their coaching work.