Program Aug. 12–18, 2019

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Photo: Britta Thomsen

Photo: Britta Thomsen

ALL DAYS / Community dinner

Every Tuesday and Wednesday at 5:30 pm and Fridays at 6 pm, users and guests in Trampoline House can enjoy a tasty, nutritious meal during our community dinners. The meals are prepared by asylum interns and refugee job trainees in collaboration with volunteers, who make dishes inspired by the cuisines of their different countries of origin. We are grateful to the Danish Food Bank for delivering free groceries every week that would otherwise have been discarded. The meals are free, but we encourage volunteers, educational interns, and guests to make a donation of DKK 20. When: Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 5:30–6:30 pm, Fridays 6–7 pm (last Friday of the month closed). Where: Trampoline House’s café.

Photo: Tone Olaf Nielsen

Photo: Tone Olaf Nielsen

FRIDAY / Women’s Class: Capacity building in the asylum and integration systems

On Friday, Women’s Class offers a workshop about how to capacity build in the asylum and integration systems. How can you build new competences in the asylum system when you are not entitled to education? How can you prepare yourself for the Danish labor market after you have received residence permit? 
There will be translation to Arabic, Farsi, and Danish. When: Friday, Aug. 16, 4–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s small classroom. Click here to see the fall program for Women’s Class.

Photo: Anna Emy

Photo: Anna Emy

FRIDAY / Bible class for Farsi speakers

Every Friday, longtime volunteer in Trampoline House, Mandana, teaches a bible class for Farsi speaking Christians. Join the class if you are interested in a dedicated forum for discussing the bible. You can start anytime you want – just show up and present yourself to the instructor. The class is free of charge. When: Fridays, 6:30–7:30 pm (last Friday of the month closed). Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom.

Photo: Lars Vibild

Photo: Lars Vibild

SATURDAY / Guided tour in Deportation Center Sjælsmark

Every third Saturday of the month, new volunteers and educational interns in Trampoline House are offered a guided tour in one of the Danish asylum centers by one of the members of the house. Are you wondering what a Danish asylum center looks like from the inside and what life conditions are offered to asylum seekers in Denmark, then join one of these tours. When: Saturday, Aug. 17, 12–2 pm. Where: Deportation Center Sjælsmark. Click to register and read more