Akinda is a non-profit organization that works to help children and young people in difficult circumstances. One of the organization’s core concerns is to support children and young people who suffer from child endangerment or other types of family difficulties. Akinda offers, in addition to various support services, an exchange meeting for guardians and patrons.
The exchange meeting, which is called a “Jour fixe” provides a platform for guardians and patrons to share their experiences, challenges and questions. The Jour fixe takes place regularly and is free of charge. Participation is voluntary, but highly recommended, as it helps guardians and patrons to better fulfill their duties. The exchange with other guardians and patrons is an important part of the meeting, as it offers the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others and to gather new ideas.
The aim of the Jour fixe is to support and encourage guardians and patrons in their important work. The organization recognizes that this task can often be very demanding and emotionally stressful. By sharing with others, guardians and patrons can find the inspiration and support they need to best fulfill their role as supporters and advocates.
What is the Akinda Jour fixe?
The Akinda Jour fixe is a regular exchange meeting for guardians and patrons, organized by the Akinda organization. It offers participants the opportunity to share challenges and successes in their work, to receive information and practical tips, and to build and maintain networks.
The main goal of the Akinda Jour fixe is to improve the care and support of unaccompanied minor refugees by guardians and patrons. This includes the protection of children and adolescents in asylum applications and in everyday life. The participants benefit from an exchange on an equal footing and the possibility to reflect and develop their work on a professional level.
The meetings are usually two-hour events and are led by experienced professionals from the child and youth welfare. The topics and discussions are based on the needs and questions of the participants and can include, for example, questions about the legal situation, care and support in everyday life or intercultural challenges.
In addition, there is often a thematic input or a guest speaker who gives a lecture on specific issues. The Akinda Jour fixe is free of charge for guardians and patrons and is open to all interested parties.
What is Akinda Jour fixe?
Akinda Jour fixe is an exchange meeting for guardians and patrons. The meeting takes place regularly and serves to improve the cooperation between guardians and patrons.
The aim of the Akinda Jour fixe is to exchange experiences and information that can support the work of the participants in the care of refugee minors and unaccompanied minor aliens.
The meeting also provides an opportunity to discuss current developments and challenges in the care of refugee minors and how these challenges can best be addressed. In addition, the meeting offers the opportunity to build networks and establish contacts that can be beneficial for the care of refugee minors and unaccompanied minor aliens.
Overall, the Akinda Jour fixe serves as a platform for sharing knowledge, experiences and ideas to improve the care of refugee minors and unaccompanied minor aliens.
Who is entitled to participate in the Akinda Jour fixe??
If you are a guardian or a sponsor involved in the care of unaccompanied minor refugees (UMF), you have the right to participate in our Akinda Jour fixe.
The Akinda Jour fixe is a regular meeting for guardians and patrons. During the meeting, participants will have the opportunity to share important issues related to the care of UMFs, including legal, financial, and psychological aspects. It is also a great opportunity to meet other guardians and patrons and learn from their experiences.
Whether you are already a guardian or a sponsor or are preparing for this role, you are welcome to sign up for our Akinda Jour fixe. We look forward to seeing you soon at our next meeting!
- Please note that the Akinda Jour fixe is currently held in German only.
- It is also important to note that registration is required in order to participate in our Akinda Jour fixe. Please contact us to sign up or for more information.
Frequency and timing of the Akinda Jour fixe
The Akinda jour fixe is a regular meeting for guardians and godmothers. It usually takes place once a month to ensure that the support in the child’s life is continuous and effective. Exact times may vary depending on region and availability of participants.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss important matters and make decisions that affect the child’s life. It will also allow the exchange of experiences and best practices between guardians and godmothers.
Attendance at the Akinda Jour Fixe is mandatory for guardians and godmothers. It is important to have them present to ensure they are up to date and to get assistance in resolving issues.
If you are a guardian or godmother and have questions or need more information about the Akinda Jour Fixe, please contact the office that supports you. There you will get more information about the exact dates and venues of the events.