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ReliXchange!
ein ägyptisch-deutscher Jugendaustausch
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eine Gruppe aus DEUTSCHLAND
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eine Gruppe aus Ägypten
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3 Buchreligionen ...
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... internationaler interreligiöser Dialog
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eine Woche in KAIRO
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eine Woche in BERLIN

Herzlich Willkommen zu ReliXchange!

 

Ein Projekt im Rahmen der deutsch-ägyptischen Transformationspartnerschaft

14km_Logo_01New_Horizon_Association_for_Social_Development_(NHASD)

 

 

 

 

 

ReliXchange ist ein interreligiöser Jugendaustausch zwischen Deutschland und Ägypten. Gemeinsam mit unserer ägyptischen Partnerorganisation „New Horizon Association for Social Development“ wollen wir dadurch den interkulturellen Austausch und die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Europa und Nordafrika fördern und einen Beitrag zum internationalen wie nationalen interreligiösen Dialog leisten. Was passiert, und wo? Im Austausch verbringen 10 ägyptische und 10 deutsche Jugendliche gemeinsam jeweils eine Woche in Berlin, Deutschland (27.10.-02.11.14) und Kairo, Ägypten (17.-23.11.14). Worum geht es? Einerseits geht es um das Lernen über die drei Buchreligionen (Glaubensprinzipien und Traditionen). Außerdem möchten wir uns mit der Rolle und Bedeutung der entsprechenden Glaubensgemeinschaften in den beiden Ländern befassen, und interessieren uns dabei besonders für die Stellung von religiösen Minderheiten. Darüberhinaus werden im Austausch  kreative Methoden des interreligiösen Dialogs entwickelt und erprobt.


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ReliXchange TEAM

Programm Management, Methodenkasten: Dr. Anja Gebel (14km)
Projekt Koordination, Webpräsenz: Andreas Fricke (14km)

Das Team der New Horizon Association of Social Development

Ehrenamtliches Team 14km: Evin Kücükali (InfoKIT), Mariam Korte (Quiz of Religions), Caroline Bunge (Blogs)

Blog-PR Ägypten: Sara Samir Ashour

Englisches Lektorat Methodenkasten: Lucia Linares (14km)

ReliXchange-Logo: Sandra Spindler

Trainings & Workshops: Sara-Duana Meyer, Gihan Abouzeid, Giovanni Gino Santo, Islam El-Ghazouly

Sprachmittlerin: Jade Nicole Zoghbi (14km)

GPS Bildungsroute in Kooperation mit mediale pfade.de Agentur für Medienbildung

Hip-Hop-Workshop: Amin Saleh – Rap4Respect

ReliXchange Dokumente ReliXchange Material

Im Rahmen von „ReliXchange“ entstanden zahlreiche Materialien, die wir Ihnen hier zur Weiterverwendung bereitstellen:

Religionsquiz (auf Englisch) "The Quiz of Religions"

GPS-Bildungsroute: Religionen in Berlin

Methodenkasten für internationale interreligiöse Jugendarbeit

1219Logo300PxDas Programm wurde aktiv durch 1219 Deutsche Stiftung für interreligiösen und interkulturellen Dialog e.V. unterstützt.


ReliXchange Song >>Believe in yourself<<:

 


ReliXchange Teaser / making of >>Believe in yourself<< (Rap4Respect Workshop):

 Relix_Logo BLOG

ReliXchange Day 8

Today started with a very creative exercise . After a quick introduction to the definition of interreligious relationships we shared our personal experiences about this topic. In groups we came up with drawings, a photo story and theaters to present our ideas. The results were very interesting because we heard about problems with interreligious marriage but also about harmony and cooperation between religious communities. In the afternoon we explored Christianity in Egypt. We did so by visiting a Coptic Church, a Greek Orthodox Church and also the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Coptic Cairo. Afterwards we had a discussion with a Coptic Priest about the role of Christianity in the Egyptian state and it's status as a minority. Our day ended with a traditional Egyptian dinner on a Faluka on the River Nile. We were joined by Ramesh de Silva, the cultural attachè of the German embassy in Cairo. Authors: Adrian, Carol, Diva and Svenja     A project as part of the German-Egyptian Transformation Partnership The ReliXchange project receives financial support by the German-Egyptian Transformation  Partnership through the German Foreign Office, by funds of the Ecclesiastical Development Services through Bread for the World - Protestant Church Development Service and by the “International Youth Work” Programme of the German Federal Child and Youth Plan through BKJ


ReliXchange Day 7

Discovering Cairo’s religious treasures… Our second day in Egypt included plenty of activities, encounters and impressions. In the morning, we took a look at some contemporary religious music from Egypt. We tried to analyze how it pictures women in religion. After our group discussion scholar Omaima Abou-Bakr provided us with some more information about the position of women in Islam – also pointing out controversies among Muslim scholars in nowadays society. Later in the day we visited the NHASD headquarter where we got to know more about the two most important institutions  for Islamic faith in Egypt – the al Azhar and the Ministery of Endowment.               Apart from all these discussions and encounters, we got to see some of the city today. Namely, the Citadel and the 18th century Muhammed Ali Ottoman mosque, which’s architecture has been considerably inspired by the Hagia Sofia in Turkey. From the Mokattom Hill we had a beautiful view over the ancient quarters of Cairo. Just like in Berlin, where we met up with some Bahaii people, in Cairo we also learned about a religious minority: the Sufi communities in Egypt. We visited a Sufi dance and music performance. Afterwards, most of us took a  stroll over the nearby market.                 A project as part of the German-Egyptian Transformation Partnership The ReliXchange project receives financial support by the German-Egyptian Transformation  Partnership through the German Foreign Office, by funds of the Ecclesiastical Development Services through Bread for the World - Protestant Church Development Service and by the “International Youth Work” Programme of the German Federal Child and Youth Plan through BKJ


ReliXchange Day 6

We started the first day of the second ReliXchange week in Cairo. After having started the day with traditional Egyptian breakfast, we were introduced to our new teamer who later on showed us the importance of different perceptions. We then had a debate about crucial topics of Christian, Islam and atheism. The debate was focusing on moderate and fundamental religious perceptions and how these views are implemented in the context of our everyday life in regard to evolution/creationism. The main challenge of this debate was to step into the shoes of other persons, as we were supposed to argue in favor of a position we were not sharing.             In the afternoon we were discussing aspects of religion and different beliefs as well as rather philosophical concepts as monism. The movie “Life of Pi” dealt as a basis for this discussion.             Finally we were supposed to see the Pyramids in the evening, but unfortunately we couldn’t enter the area due to the Cairo film festival. Instead we had a cool and refreshing boat trip in the Nile, where we could reflect our new impressions and knowledge we gained during the first day.   A project as part of the German-Egyptian Transformation Partnership The ReliXchange project receives financial support by the German-Egyptian Transformation  Partnership through the German Foreign Office, by funds of the Ecclesiastical Development Services through Bread for the World - Protestant Church Development Service and by the “International Youth Work” Programme of the German Federal Child and Youth Plan through BKJ


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