Through the Welcome Program of the German Academic Exchange Service we are able to fund three part time student assistant positions who are an integral part of our organizing team.
Commit München e.V.
Verein zur Globalpolitischen Bildungsarbeit
+49 (0) 89 / 28 97 63 59
We are thankful for the support from the Sociology Department of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität which provides us with rooms for both the Sprich mit! and Discussion Seminars. In particular, we would like to thank Prof. Paula Irene Villa, Gisela Döring and Regina Heindl.
Academic Student-Refugee Network
+49 (0) 17638432444
Together with another Commit project, "Perspektiven bilden", our weekly seminars and our peer partner program are funded as a "Modellprojekt" by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.
MindLinks is a project under the roof of the non-profit organization Commit.
Commit Munich addresses structures of global imbalances and seeks to raise public awareness for the idea that every individual is part of these structures and may contribute to their reproduction through its personal actions.
This insight is the starting point for sustainable change. The foundation of Commit is the constant input of its members, who - through academic and practical experiences - reflect upon social injustice and global imbalances. Commit’s agenda is thus dynamic and continuously reshaped following new thoughts, ideas and projects. Commit’s current programs focus on critical consumption, sustainable change, intercultural dialogue, global trade, and international volunteering and encompass a wide range of activities, among others workshops at schools, public presentations, seminars and guided tours on sustainable change in Munich.