Kerpen – a home for many migrants

In mayor Biehler’s municipal office, we had a presentation by the representative of the United Nations for the life, travelling, conditions and the risks of a young migrant. He told us his story of his childhood when he had to leave and seek help from other countries around the world. He went to many countries but no one wanted to help him. When he arrived in Germany, he was happy because they provided him with basic living conditions and they decided to help him.

His origin is from Iraq. He also described the difficulties he had to face while travelling without food and water. The migrant thanked Germany which was the only country to provide him a place to stay at the migrants camp. He described the room in which he lived in that camp. There he met a lot of friends, which also had their own story to tell. He told us that he had been in Macedonia for a short period of time and he had a good time in here. Now he lives in Koln where he works and has everything that he needs.

His origin is from Iraq. He also described the difficulties he had to face while travelling without food and water. The migrant thanked Germany which was the only country to provide him a place to stay at the migrants camp. He described the room in which he lived in that camp. There he met a lot of friends, which also had their own story to tell. He told us that he had been in Macedonia for a short period of time and he had a good time in here. Now he lives in Koln where he works and has everything that he needs.

Mobility to Germany 11.02.2019 – 15.02.2019

MONDAY

We didn’t attend the workshops because we arrived in Germany in the night on 11th February. But our friends from project, told to us they had met and had presentations of schools from other countries of the project.

TUESDAY
On tuesday we were at school, and we had a tour of school. After that we had any interesting workshops in groups A and B. We had a presentations for migrants and refugees. Then we were outside in schoolyard and we had drew our flags from our country. After that, we had lunch and free time to played games with friends. Then we had a Cultural afternoon in the Eifel. We went to the museum Freilichtmuseum Kommern. We had visited the museum, and we had lunch in one resturant. After that we went back to our hotel with bus.

WEDNESDAY

On Wednesday we met at the train station Sindrof. Then, we went with train in Cologne. We visited the Cathedral and city of Cologne.  After that, we had any workshops in Cologne  with tablets which we did it in groups and we competed. We saw the bridge of love locks. When we were finished with workshops, we had free time for shopping and lunch. After that, we went  in the Chocolate Museum. The Chocolate Museum was very big and interesting. After that we went to our hotel and had party where we danced and played games.

THURSDAY

On Thursday we went municipality of Kerpen. We had a presentations for migrants and refugees. We met the mayor of Kerpen and we had a conversation with him. There was one migrant, we asked  questions to him and he answered to them. After that we went in Cologne. We had free time. Then we went to the Museum of Second World War. We visited the museum and the museum’s guide told to us the history of this museum. We went back to our hotel.

FRIDAY

Friday was our last day. We went at school. We made presentations of our week in groups. After that, we had a free time with friends. They gave a certificates to us for the successfully implement project. Than, we had lunch in the school canteen. We had goodbye paty, where we danced, played games and it was very funny. After party we went to the airport and waited for our airplane.

The memories of the students from Northern Macedonia