Maastricht Migration Lecture Series
Refugee Project Maastricht welcomes people
from all different cultures and backgrounds.
Our aims are mutual understanding, solidarity and a sharing of our cultures.
Refugee Project Maastricht
is all about creating meaningful
and lasting relationships, between
new-comers, locals and students.
Refugee Project Maastricht creates personal opportunities to grow, connect and challenge
each other by organising fun, easy going
and educational activities.
Due to the current COVID -19 measurements byt the Dutch Government all live events have been temporarily cancelled. But don’t worry! we have a great selection of online classes!
Learn Dutch with us!
Refugee Project Maastricht offers the opportunity to improve your Dutch language skills.
Join us every Thursday from 8:00pm to 9:00pm.
Practice Dutch with us! Refugee Project Maastricht offers the opportunity to learn Dutch. Every Monday is the Dutch language café (online), where we get to know the Dutch language in an informal, relaxed way. For example, we play games, do simulations and discuss topics whilst speaking Dutch.
Join us every Monday from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
Would you like to acquire a new skill? Would you like to learn a bit of Arabic? Many refugees participate in RPM events and learning a new language and trying to speak with them would be a lot of fun!
Join every Saturday from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
CHECK OUT OUR BLOG
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Contribute to our RPM blog
Do you like to write? We would love to have your contributions
for our RPM-blog! You can check out the ‘blog’ section on our
website for examples.
· You can write in: English, Dutch, Farsi, Arabic
· Word count: Prose 180-1600 words, poetry 20-800 words
· Photographs, drawings or other visuals are also greatly appreciated!
Please send your contribution to email@example.com