The "Champions ohne Grenzen" ("Champions without Borders") initiative relies on the inclusive power of football and allows refugees to volunteer as football coaches.
Standing up for pluralism, human rights and democracy, Ramy Al-Asheq's Arabic-German cultural magazine, "Fann Magazin", is far more than a website – it connects worlds.
"Freude" means "joy" in German, so the name of this start-up says it all. With his "Freudy UG", Beslan Kabartai wants to give something enjoyable back to the German community – with Syrian cheese, produced in Brandenburg.
Going by the motto, "Give something back to German people", Syrian Alex Assali uses his own money to cook for homeless people in Berlin.
A meeting place and a new home: Bashar Hassoun uses the global language of art and culinary enjoyment to bring people from all over the world together in his "LAWRENCE" restaurant and cultural centre.
"Querstadtein" allows nine refugees from Syria and Iraq to act as city guides. They show the city from their perspective to longstanding residents and tourists alike.
At SchwimmClub1001, refugees volunteer as lifeguards and swimming coaches.
Health Education Campaigner: Anab Mohamud's project works to empower women through workshops and counselling on women's health and family planning issues.
The actors and actresses of the German-Syrian theatre project "syn:format" share their life stories with the audience, breaking through linguistic and cultural barriers as a result