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Weekly report week 6, 2022

KRASS on the ground in Zakho Kurdistan/Iraq

Today Nechir Mohammed and Claudia Seidensticker signed the KRASS Social Franchise Agreement for Kurdistan/Iraq. The projects in Zakho Kurdistan/Iraq are mainly aimed at underprivileged children, children with low socio-ecological standards and those children whose parents have been killed in the fight by terrorism.


Whether it is helping with homework, promoting reading through guided reading, cultural education in small groups, experiencing a new language, running training courses for teachers and educators or simply igniting the fire of curiosity in children and young people and motivating them to embark on the adventure of learning, exploration and self-discovery – we are excited about the new site manager Nechir (M.A. Nottingham University) and will keep you updated.

From 6.7. to 19.7.22 we are organising the “Slo Mo Island Future Workshop” in Lefkada/Greece. All costs incl. flight from Düsseldorf>Lefkada will be covered by KRASS.


In the middle of a breathtakingly beautiful nature reserve on the west coast of Greece, it means: coming down, chilling on the beach, working together in the garden, building wooden houses, enjoying the peace and quiet, making music, getting new cultural impulses and much more.


In short: having an unforgettably good time. We still have room for 10 young people between the ages of 16 and 19 who want to get something going together, do something extraordinary and stand up for each other. All costs including the flight from Düsseldorf to Greece will be covered.

Sponsored by AUFleben – Future is Now.

We asked our team what nice moments our employees have experienced at KRASS.


Our lecturer Gabi Luigs remembers the following moment:
During the animation workshop, my best moment at KRASS so far was when a boy showed me his own animated films on his mobile phone, which he had made on the side. It corresponds to my idea of running a workshop: I offer the space and the possibilities and the children can develop themselves.

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