The topic of the current issue of the journal WELT DER FRAUEN, published since 1946, is “Wendezeiten”. It also mentions FIVESTONES founder Masomah Regl, whose life took an incredible turn at an early age and offered her a second chance. For Masomah Regl, change therefore has a decidedly positive connotation and is associated with a new beginning rather than a threat. FIVESTONES also understands turnaround times as an opportunity to pause, reflect, and then break Read More
Four youth organisations in Kabul – Kabul Equal, Afghan Parkour Society APS and Afghan Youth Vision – were on live TV again! These young people show what true leadership is: They work hard and motivate the youth of Kabul to get involved, become active, be good and do good to others. Fardeen Barakzai leads the youth organisation Urban Challenge (supported by MMCC) and also Kabul Equal (FIVESTONES partner), Baran Amiri is a brave young woman Read More
This has been one interesting Diversity Day at the Styrian Economy Chamber Organization. We presented FIVESTONES and its project I.D.E.A. – Integration By Fulfilling Work to the audience consisting of representatives of the major companies in the region and other projects and initiatives aiming at the integration into the working world of immigrant youth. FIVESTONES pointed out that for real integration work it is also necessary to improve the representation of Afghanistan and Afghans in Read More
Our partner Kabul Equal and other youth organisations on TV1 news: Doing good to others is becoming a new youth movement! Young people in Kabul are highly motivated, dedicated and eager to live the change they want to see in the world. They live up to their values of solidarity, self-organization and openness e.g. in the recent project of Clothing Donations. In that project, they ask Kabul citizens to donate clothes they don’t wear anymore Read More
Amir Shah Osmani, Reza Gholami, Hamid Reza and Mohammad Abbasi got to know each other in Austria.In 2017 they formed the group Musik Gegen Traurigkeit (= Music Against Sadness) and have delighted both Afghans and Austrians with their Afghan music. At the Nouruz party especially young Afghan refugees rushed to the dance floor to dance their hearts out to the tune of their lost home. Many thanks, guys, for your valuable contribution to the Nouruz Read More
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