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  • What is the age of unaccompanied foreign minors?
    • 90 per cent of whom were between 15 and 17 years old
    • 90 per cent of whom were between 10 and 13 years old
    • 90 per cent of whom were between 12 and 15 years old
  • Is Sicily the region with the most refugees and asylum seekers?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Can people with humanitarian permits enter in the SIPROIMI?
    • Yes
    • no
  • How many people in the the world have been forced to leave their homes because of violence and conflict?
    • 70.8 million forcibly displaced people worldwide 
    • 50.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide 
  • Who is a refugee?
    • A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war or violence 
    • A person who moves for economic reasons 
  • An applicant for international protection can apply for a Social Security Number (AMKA) as soon as his/her application is lodged. 
    • True
    • False
  • The Temporary Security and Health Care Number (Π.Α.Α.Υ.Π.Α.) gives an asylum seeker access to health services but not to the labour market.
    • True
    • False
  • Recognised refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection have access to the National Healthcare System under the conditions applicable to Greek citizens.
    • True
    • False
  • Enrollment to adult vocational educational programmes is possible for:
    • Beneficiaries of international protection.
    • Asylum seekers.
    • All of the above.
  • The Second Chance Schools are addressing:
    • People above 18 years of age who have not completed their compulsory secondary education.
    • people above 18 years of age who did not succeed in the national examinations for tertiary education.
  • In Greece, education is compulsory for all children (including refugee children) who are aged between 5 and 15 years old.
    • True
    • False
  • According to national and European law, who are NOT considered to belong to a vulnerable group:
    • Single parents with minors
    • People with a disability
    • People with post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Inter alia, who can get a place in the UNHCR accommodation scheme?
    • People who apply for it.
    • People waiting for relocation to another EU country. 
  • For adult asylum seekers, “a family member in another Dublin III country” is considered to be:
    • a sibling (brother or sister)
    • the spouse (husband or wife)
    • a married child
  • Another “Dublin III” country is responsible for the examination of an application for asylum:
    • if the asylum seeker requests so
    • if that country is geographically closer to the applicant’s country
    • if a family member of an adult asylum seeker is legally present in that country and the applicant wishes so
  • The Residence Permit, issued to beneficiaries of international protection initially is valid for:
    • 1 year for all
    • 3 years for recognised refugees and 1 year for beneficiaries of subsidiary protection
    • 3 years for all
  • Lodging of asylum applications and personal interviews can be implemented:
    • In a regional Asylum Office or in an Asylum Unit or inside an R.I.C
    • Only in a Regional Asylum Office or an Asylum Unit.
    • Only inside an R.I.C.
  • While the reception and identification procedures last, the irregular incoming migrants:
    • are free to move in the geographical area of the R.I.C. (e.g. the island)
    • are restricted to residing inside the R.I.C.
  • The majority of the Reception and Identification Centres (R.I.C.s) are located in:
    • mainland Greece
    • Eastern Aegean Islands
  • The requirements for granting subsidiary protection to a person are based on: 
    • National and European law
    • The Geneva Convention of 1951
  • The international protection encompasses:
    • Refugee status only
    • Refugee status and subsidiary protection status
  • The entry into force of the EU–Turkey Statement on March 20th 2016, following the closing of the Western Balkan route by North Macedonia, resulted in:
    • A drop in the numbers of migrants arriving in Greece
    • An increase in the numbers of migrants arriving in Greece
  • Most of the people who arrived in Europe in the 2015 crisis were:
    • People who decided to leave their country and seek a better future in another country (better lifestyle, education, etc.)
    • People fleeing war and persecution
  • In 2019, the majority of asylum seekers arriving in Greece are:
    • Syrians
    • Afghans
  • Since the 1990s, Greece has become an important country for migrants mainly as:
    • Transit stop
    • Final destination
  • The term “Refugee” refers to:
    • People who decide to leave their country and seek a better future in another country (better lifestyle, education, etc.)
    • People who are forced to leave their country due to external circumstances
  • The entry, stay or work in a country without the necessary authorisation or documents required under immigration regulations is called:
    • Irregular migration
    • Illegal migration
  • What is the name of the law that regulates the amount of social benefits of a fugitive and defines, among other things, health care benefits?
    • Asylum Seekers Benefits Act
    • Health Care Regulation Act
  • The stages four to six of the DMIS manifest an attitude called:
    • ethnorelativistic
    • general relativist
    • applied relativity
  • The first three stages of the Development Model of Intercultural Sensitivity manifest the following attitude:
    • ethnocentristic
    • exocentristic
    • logocentristic
  • What is the only residence status that allows self-employment?
    • Residence permit
    • Preliminary residence permit
    • Temporary suspension of deportation
  • In which city may asylum seekers also move into their own flat?
    • Berlin
    • Cologne
    • Frankfurt
    • Munich
  • Which key is used to ensure that the newly arrived migrants are distributed fairly among the federal states?
    • Königsteiner
    • Gerolsteiner
    • Marmorsteiner
  • Minors don’t have a fix status of residency, they are...
    • tolerated
    • approved
    • authorized
  • "Quota refugees" are refugees...
    •  ...who are taken out of crisis areas with the help of humanitarian aid organizations.
    • ...who can't be granted asylum because they exceed the country's refugee quota.
  • Persons with international protection receive compulsory health insurance. Which services are NOT included?
    • Primary health care of general practitioner
    • Diagnostic examinations in health centres
    • Prevention treatment
    • Emergency medical assistance and ambulance transport
  • Do asylum seekers have to pay for medicine?
    • Yes
    • No
    • It depends on the duration of the asylum procedure.
  • In order to receive child benefits, which conditions must be met?
    • The child must be below 18 years of ag
    • The child must have permanent residence in Slovenia
    • The child must have temporary residence in Slovenia
    • The income for the family member must not exceed EUR 1,019.86
  • Which services are NOT part oft he Slovenian social insurance system?
    • Child benefit
    • Parental allowance
    • Protection against identity theft
    • Large family allowance
    • Child care by grandparents
    • Maternity leave
  • A person who has an author’s contract has the same rights as a person with temporary employment contract. True or false?
    • True
    • False
  • How often can an employer issue temporary work contracts?
    • Three times, independently from the duration oft he temporary contract
    • As often as he decides
    • The maximum period for temporary employment by the same employer is three years
  • Which family members of a person with granted protection?
    • Wife or husband
    • Children
    • All family members
    • Family members must apply separately
  • Does a person who has been granted international protection have the same employment rights as Slovene citizens?
    • Yes
    • No
  • The application for financial social assistance must be made at
    • Asylum centre
    • Centre of social work
    • Financial tax office
  • Who has access to regular social welfare benefits and social security? Multipler answers are possible.
    • Asylum seekers
    • Recognized refugees
    • People with subsidiary protection
    • Slovene citizens
    • EU citizens
  • How long ist he duration in the asylum centre?
    • 3 months
    • 6 months
    • Three years maximum
    • Until the application is resolved
  • Can people enter and exit freely in the asylum centre or not?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Which are the departments of asylum centres?
    • For families
    • For single men
    • For homosexual men
    • For single women
    • For people with special needs
    • Restricted movement section
    • For unaccompanied minors
  • From whom fingerprints are taken?
    • From all persons above the age of 14
    • From everybody who applies for international protection
    • From male persons above the age of 14
  • To whom is subsidiary protection granted?
    • To persons who have lost their documents during flight as long as it takes that they receive replacements from their embassy.
    • To persons who can justify and authenticate that they are in danger in their home country due to belonging to a particular race or ethnic group, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion
    • To persons who do not fulfil the conditions for the refugee status, but display substantiated and credible reasons that imply serious damage upon return to their country of origin.
  • Another word for „internationalprotection“ is ___.
    • How many processing centres did Slovenia establish during the third Balkan war?
      • 44
      • 54
      • 64
      • 74
    • In which year did Slovenia receive most refugees?
      • 1992
      • 1991
      • 1993
    • What can asylum seekers claim once they are included in the health insurance scheme?
      • Exemption from deductibles for therapeutic appliances, aids and even ambulances
      • Exemption from prescription fees 
    • What can asylum seekers claim once they are included in the health insurance scheme?
      • Three months after the end of basic care
      • At the end of the basic care
      • Depending on the health status of the person
    • Which ist the name of the document for persons entitled to asylum, subsidiary protection and persons with residence status Plus?
      • Austria Employment Card
      • Red-White-Red Card
      • Green Card
    • Which types of employment are possible for asylum seekers three months after they have been admitted to the asylum procedure?
      • Non profit activities
      • Self-employment
      • Employment as security agents in asylum homes
      • Voluntary work
    • How much subsidy do people receive in sheltered accommodation for food allowance per day?
      • 4,50 €
      • 5,50 €
      • 6,50 €
    • Are persons who are in basic care allowed to rent private accomodation?
      • Yes
      • No
    • Where do family members who have stayed abroad submit their application?
      • Red Cross
      • Austrian Embassy
      • Local representative oft he United Nations Refugee Agency
    • Who does NOT belong to the „core family“?
      • Minors, unmarried children
      • The parents of minor unmarried children
      • Brothers and sisters
      • Spouses and registered partners of beneficiaries of protection
      • Uncles and aunts
    • Subsidiary protection is granted to people whountil family members in their home country have also come to Austria...
      • ...have received a negative asylum decision, but cannot be deported due to their health status.
      • ...have received a negative asylum decision, but cannot be deported for humanitarian reasons.
    • The positive asylum decision means the right of residence for how long?
      • 1 year
      • 3 years
      • Not terminated
      • Depending on the situation of the refugee’s home country
    • The interview is the most important part in the asylum procedure. What rights have asylum seekers?
      • They can contact a lawyer.
      • They can take advantage of free legal advice before the interview.
      • Their legal advisers have always the right to accompany them during the interview.
    • If the forecast decision is positive, do asylum seekers have access to the labour market?
      • Yes
      • No
      • Only harvest or seasonal work
    • What was originally the planned main principle of the "guest worker" system?
      • Complete integration and Austrian nationality
      • Family reunion
      • Rotation of temporary workers
    • Austria made recruitment agreements with several countries. Mark the two most important agreements.
      • Greece
      • Italiy
      • Spain
      • Turkey
      • Yugoslavia
    • After the Second World War, Austria accepted many refugees from various revolutions in Europe. From which countries?
      • Albania
      • Bosnia
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Greece
      • Hungary
      • Poland
      • Romania
      • Soviet Union
    • After 1945, more than 300,000 German-speaking expellees – so-called "Volksdeutsche" – from Central and Eastern Europe. How many of them stayed in Austria?
      • 100.000
      • 200.000
      • All of them
      • The number is not known
    • How big was the number of Czech people who lived in Vienna at the turn oft he 19th to 20th century?
      • Between 40000 and 60000
      • Between 140000 and 160000
      • Between 240000 and 260000
      • Between 600000 and 800000
      • Between 400000 and 600000
    • Which year saw the biggest population of Vienna?
      • 1916
      • 1910
      • 1938
      • 1945
      • 1960
      • 2015
    • Which gestures can be assumed as universal and not depending on a certain cultural background?
      • Shrugging
      • Facepalm
      • Clapping hands
      • Praying
      • Waving
    • Which statement do you think is correct?
      • Shaking hands is a kind of cultural standard in some regions of the world. 
      • Politeness means to shake hands when meeting other persons.
    • You remember the example of Peter? Please consider which benefits of volunteering can be identified in his case!
      • Career opportunities
      • Psychological growth
      • Social relationships
      • Reduction of negative feelings
      • Better mental and physical health
      • Fun and fulfilment
    • You remember the example of Laura and Fatima? Please reflect how Laura could interpret Fatima's reaction properly!
      • She is an unkind person. 
      • She doesn't like me any more. 
      • She is sad and frustrated. 
      • She just used me and never was a friend. 
    • What are good ways of recovering and regaining strength?
      • Doing lots of serious sport
      • Listening to your current emotional state and your spontaneous needs
      • Doing nothing at all
      • Watching TV or your favourite series
      • Doing things opposite to your daily routine
    • In a collective refugee accommodation you meet a young man from Afghanistan. You want to give him information on how to contact the Aliens Department and talk to him in a friendly way. But he turns away from you and mumbles some angry words. What do you think?
      • He is very impolite.
      • He doesn't like me. 
      • He is frustrated by his difficult situation.
      • What have I done wrong?
    • Which signs show a cognitive-emotional stress reaction?
      • Accelerated breathing
      • Losing or misplacing things
      • Inner restlessness and nervousness
      • Impatient behaviour
      • Circling thoughts, rumination
      • Fastened heart beat
      • Feelings of guilt
    • Which statements on motive types of volunteers do you think are correct?
      • Persons with the motive type "Intercultural Sociality" are curious and appreciate intercultural exchange. 
      • Persons with the motive type "Religious Attitude" are interested in converting others to Christianity. 
      • Persons with the motive type "Pedagogical Reason" are mostly teachers who seek to instruct others. 
      • Persons with the motive type "Enjoyment" wish for finding fun, pleasure and fulfilment in their tasks. 
      • Persons with the motive type "Humanistic Life Concept" are inspired by social responsibility, justice and fairness. 
    • Which statements of volunteers suggest altruistic motives?
      • I like to get recognition from my family and friends. 
      • When others are suffering I feel the need to ease their troubles.
      • I want to learn new things from culturally different people. 
      • I can gain qualifications that are important for my career. 
      • My religious convictions motivate me to support the disadvantaged. 
      • When I help others I feel more appreciation for my own life. 
    • Which motives usually are the background of prosocial behaviour?
      • Pure altruistic motives
      • Hidden egoistic motives
      • A mixture of altruistic and egoistic motives
    • Jack and Nancy are giving a party. Jack is a voluntary helper supporting the integration of migrants in his town. For the party he invited some local friends and also Haias, a man from Iraq whom he knows from his voluntary work. When Haias arrives he says hello and shakes hands with all men in the room, ignoring the women. Jack feels embarrassed and tries to find an explanation for Haias`s conduct:
      • He is impolite and badly educated. I shouldn`t have invited him!
      • He is shy and feels insecure in the presence of new people. 
      • He doesn`t like women. 
      • He thinks that it is common practice to welcome males first. 
      • In the culture he comes from men don`t shake hands with women. 
      • He is gay. 
    • What can you do best to keep or regain your physical and mental balance?
      • Watching TV or playing computer games
      • Doing serious sport every day
      • Active regeneration fitting to your current condition
      • Sleeping at least 10 hours a day
      • Giving yourself some soul food 
      • Learning relaxation and awareness methods
      • Regular exercising
      • Instagram! 
    • Please think about Rita's example. What could she do to feel better?
      • Cancel her voluntary engagement with the asylum seekers
      • Reduce her working hours in the kindergarten
      • Leave the choir and stop playing piano
      • Leave her husband
      • Organise professional support for her mother
      • Learn a relaxation method
    • What are typical challenges volunteers in refugee aid have to face?
      • Organisational problems
      • Frustration and disappointment
      • Rivalry with other volunteers
      • Language and communication barriers
      • Rejection and attacks 
      • Lack of payment
      • Traumatised persons
      • Loneliness
    • You learned about motive types volunteers in refugee aid are driven by. Which ones of the following are relevant?
      • Boredom
      • Pedagocial reason
      • Intercultural Sociality
      • Money
      • Religious attitude
      • Enjoyment
      • Political considerations
      • Humanistic life concept
    • You learned about
      • The Dublin Regulation determines that the Member State where the person seeking protection first entered EU territory is responsible for examining his/her asylum claim. 
        • True
        • False
      • Why has the Dublin Regulation been critisized in the past?
        • Because the person seeking asylum cannot decide which country is responsible for examining his/her asylum claim.
        • Because asylum flows are not constant or evenly distributed and some countries are far more challenged by this than others.
      • The Geneva Convention defines who is a refugee and who is not, their rights and the States obligation to protect them.
        • True
        • False
      • What is the outcome of the so-called Schengen Agreement (Multiple Choices can be correct)?
        • The abolition of internal borders in the European Union
        • The abolition of external borders of the European Union
        • The strengthening of external borders of the European Union
        • The weakening of external borders of the European Union
      • Rearrange the origin countries of asylum seekers identified in 2014. Start with the top origin country at the top of the list.
        • Pakistan
        • Iraq
        • Afghanistan
        • Nigeria
      • Which were the top destination countries for migrants in 2015?
        • Germany, France and Greece
        • Germany, Slovenia and Italy
        • Italy, Greece and Austria
      • Choose the correct statement.
        • As we know from the European Migrant Crisis, migration is a phenomenon of todays world.
        • Migration is an ongoing phenomenon and has shaped Europe and the whole world significantly.
      • Europe has not always been a top destination for migrants.
        • True
        • False
      • Regular movement and exercise can
        • create mental balance
        • prevent illnesses
        • make nervous
        • lift the mood
        • cause burnout
        • prevent depression
        • increase self-confidence
        • be useless
      • Which of the following statements is correct?
        • Mindfulness means that you should permanently monitor the signals of your body and potential physical malfunctions. 
        • Mindfulness means to be fully aware of the present moment without valuing what is happening. 
          • In your volunteer work you deal with people who are traumatised. How do you try to develop good relationships with them?
            • I am very curious and ask them lots of questions about their experiences. 
            • When they start telling me about their traumatic experiences I change the subject. 
            • I show patience and give them time to develop trust. 
            • I crack lots of jokes to cheer them up. 
            • When they speak about their dramatic experiences I am shocked and try to get away. 
            • I listen carefully to the stories they tell. 
          • The "Königsteiner Schlüssel" is used for...
            • ...the distribution of asylum seekers among the federal states of Germany.
            • ...the distribution of asylum seekers in Europe.
          • Germany is on the list of the ten main receiving countries of refugees world-wide.
            • Yes.
            • No.
          • "Kontingentflüchtlinge" sind Flüchtlinge die mithilfe von___ aus dem Krisengebiet geholt werden.
            • The term "Willkommenskultur" was demanded...
              • ...in the context of the "refugee crisis" 2015.
              • ...in the context of a shortage of skilled workers.
            • Family reunification refers to the permitted migration of family members to the country granting asylum. Which family members fall into this category?
              • Uncle and aunt
              • Husband and wife
              • Brother and sister
              • Parents
              • Grandfather and grandmother
              • Cousins
            • Why are unaccompanied minors seen as particularly in need of protection?
              • Unaccompanied minors are often, if not placed under appropriate protection, victims of crime.
              • The state cannot determine whether the parents can take proper care of the child.
              • Like other minors, they have needs that cannot be met by the traditional asylum procedure.
              • They've often experienced things they can't yet administer. They must therefore be given a safe framework.
            • What happens at the PIK-stations (more than one answer can be correct)?
              • The proof of arrival documents.
              • A safety check of the applicant is executed.
              • Apartments are selected and made available to the applicant.
              • Registration and submission of the application for asylum.
            • Please place the following steps of the asylum procedure in the correct order.
              • Registration and submission of the application for asylum
              • Distribution
              • Personal application
              • Hearing
              • Examination of the application on the basis of the Dublin regulation
              • Decision
            • True or false – which statement is correct?
              • The sender's truth and the receiver's truth do not always correspond to each other. 
              • If the sender speaks clearly the receiver will always understand the message rightly. 
            • Which typical positive effects of volunteering do you know?
              • Volunteers get admiration and honour. 
              • Volunteering can open new career opportunities. 
              • I can experience fun and adventure when volunteering. 
              • People think that volunteers are very respectable people. 
              • Volunteering can improve depression, anxiety and high blood pressure. 
              • Volunteers are more attractive for potential partners. 
            • Which statements on the Helper Syndrome do you agree with?
              • People with helper syndrome have an adequate balance of giving and taking
              • The helper syndrome develops in early childhood
              • People with helper syndrome are focused on the problems of others
              • Only persons in helping professions are affected
              • Persons with helper syndrome can feel and express their emotions intensely
              • People with helper syndrome try hard to appear strong and competent
            • Which positive effects of helping do you know?
              • Higher self-esteem
              • Power over others
              • Higher self-efficacy
              • Stress reduction
              • It is more blessed to give than to receive!
            • What is empathy?
              • Compassion
              • Sacrificing oneself for others
              • Understanding the feelings of others
              • Sympathising with the troubles of others
            • In 2019, the following countries have a protection rate of over 50%
              • Iraq
              • Kosovo
              • Somalia
              • Syria
              • Zimbabwe
            • Groups of people who come from countries with a protection rate of at least 50% have good prospects of staying.
              • True
              • False
            • To take an integration course...
              • ...you have to be a recognized refugee.
              • ...one must have lived in Germany for at least six months.
              • ...you need a good staying perspective.
            • A regulated profession is...
              • ...a profession which may not be practised in Germany without a state admission procedure or without proof of qualification. 
              • ...a profession you're only allowed to practise if you've been called to it.
              • ...a profession in which you have no qualification or promotion opportunities.
              • ...a profession subject to special remuneration policies.
            • Only if it is established during the recognition procedure that the qualifications are congruent one is allowed work in the previous occupation.
              • True
              • False. If differences are found, these can be compensated by work samples or professional examinations.
            • The recognition procedure serves to compare foreign vocational qualifications and qualifications with their German counterparts.
              • True
              • False
            • Which authorities/agencies must be involved when applying for a work permit?
              • Employment Agency
              • Social Agency
              • Foreigners Authority
              • Future Employer
            • Before a permit to work in Germany can be obtained, the person must already be in Germany for a certain period of time. This period is called the "waiting period" and is two months.
              • All true
              • All false
              • The term "waiting period" is correct, but it span is three months.
              • The period of two months is correct. However, the time is called the "blocking time".
            • Charlotte replies to the previous comments: "Cultural contrasts? I don't think that they are so important. In the end we are all human beings with the same wishes and needs!" - Which stage of intercultural sensitivity do you assign to Charlotte?
              • Denial
              • Defense
              • Minimisation
              • Acceptance
              • Adaptation
              • Integration
            • Another friend, Christina, seems to be enthusiastic about your voluntary work. She says: "This is great! Of course there are cultural contrasts but if you are aware of them we all can find a way to live together!" - Which stage of intercultural sensitivity do you assign to Christina?
              • Denial
              • Defense
              • Minimisation
              • Acceptance
              • Adaptation
              • Integration
            • You meet friends in a restaurant. During the dinner you tell them about your voluntary integration work with refugees. Your friend Tim seems to be very sceptical. He says: "I don't know ... why do you do this? It's a lot of work and in the end they will never fit in our society. Their cultural background is too different, and they are not well educated. " - Which stage of intercultural sensitivity do you assign to Tim?
              • Denial
              • Defense
              • Minimisation
              • Acceptance
              • Adaptation
              • Integration
            • And now please think about characteristics usually attributed to younger people
              • Narrow-minded
              • Bad-tempered
              • Funny
              • Clever
              • Wise 
              • Curious
              • Attractive
              • Boring
              • Energetic
              • Stagnating
            • When it comes to age groups we all know a lot of stereotypes. Please think about typical characteristics that usually are attributed to older people!
              • Narrow-minded
              • Bad-tempered
              • Funny
              • Clever
              • Wise
              • Curious
              • Attractive
              • Boring
              • Energetic
              • Stagnating
            • Jack and Nancy are giving a party. Jack is a voluntary helper supporting the integration of migrants in his town. For the party he invited some local friends and also Haias, a man from Iraq whom he knows from his voluntary work. When Haias arrives he says hello and shakes hands with all men in the room, ignoring the women. Jack feels embarrassed and tries to find an explanation for Haias`s conduct:
              • He is impolite and badly educated. I shouldn`t have invited him!
              • He is shy and feels insecure in the presence of new people. 
              • He doesn`t like women. 
              • He thinks that it is common practice to welcome males first. 
              • In the culture he comes from men don`t shake hands with women. 
              • He is gay. 
            • Finally you visit the family. Which kind of performance could cause irritation?
              • You bring a bunch of flowers. 
              • You wear a headscarf to show your solidarity. 
              • You don't want to do anything wrong, so you don't bring any gift. 
              • You bring a glass of your hommade jam. 
              • You bring a big basket filled with food and wine. 
              • It's very hot today, so you are wearing your shorts and a sleeveless top. 
            • As mentioned in the lesson example you work with a family from a Middle-East country. The father thanks you warmly for your support and adds "I would like to invite you to our accommodation". - Which reaction(s) might be adequate?
              • You ignore the invitation because it was expressed quite vaguely. 
              • You spontaneously go there next afternoon without announcing your visit. 
              • You say: OK, great, I'll bring my partner and the kids!
              • You reply: Thank you very much, I would love to come! 
              • You say: No, thanks, but I would like to invite YOU! 
            • Fugitives are automatically covered by statutory health insurance.
              • True
              • False
            • While there are uniform regulations on health care benefits for the first 15 months, the guidelines for the time afterwards vary greatly between countries.
              • True
              • False
            • In which cases can a refugee receive a so-called treatment certificate?
              • Pregnancy
              • Acute pain conditions
              • Anytime
              • Only in life-threatening situations
            • Please reorder the stages according to the Development Model of Intercultural Sensitivity!
              • Denial
              • Defense
              • Minimisation
              • Acceptance
              • Adaptation
              • Integration
            • Which statement can be assigned to the DMIS stage "Defense"?
              • When I was in India I learned a lot about cultural contrasts, and this experience enriched my world view. 
              • When I was in India I often felt insecure and threatened. I am really glad that the culture of my home country is better. 
              • When I was in India I realised that the country has a lot of contradictions. 
            • What impact does the status of the fugitive have on possible financial support?
              • If the asylum procedure is still ongoing, the fugitive will get more money.
              • If the asylum procedure is still ongoing, the costs for renting the apartment can only be covered after 2 years.
              • Once the asylum procedure has been completed and a positive decision has been issued, the costs of renting the apartment can be immediately covered.
              • Once the asylum procedure has been completed and a positive asylum decision has been issued, the fugitive will no longer receive assistance.
            • Many refugees have problems finding accommodation because landlords have concerns and do not want to let to them.
              • True
              • False
            • Which of the following aspects is decisive for social services to provide financial support or social housing? Several answers may be correct.
              • Amount of rent
              • Flight reasons
              • Family status
              • Apartment size
              • Household size
            • A recognised refugee is defined as a person who...
              • ...has come to Germany with the help of a humanitarian aid organisation.
              • ...is granted refugee protection after the conclusion of the asylum procedure.
            • With the receipt of the positive asylum decision one may move into one's own flat.
              • True
              • False
            • Which countries are not considered safe countries of origin?
              • Ghana
              • Iran
              • Kosovo
              • Afghanistan
              • Serbia
            • With the status "Recognised refugee" the residence requirement automatically expires.
              • True
              • False
            • Residence obligation means that the asylum seeker may not leave the district of the responsible foreigners authority without permission.
              • True
              • False
            • Order the following federal states from top to bottom in terms of distribution quotas. Start with the strongest receiving state (at the top).
              • Bavaria
              • Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
              • Baden-Wuerttemberg
              • Bremen
              • North Rhine-Westphalia
            • The first contact point for asylum seekers is the Arrivals Centre. What happens there? (Several answers may be correct.)
              • The application for asylum is made.
              • Asylum seekers are issued with provisional identity documents.
              • A medical check-up takes place.
              • Asylum seekers are given a personal appointment to state the reasons for their escape.
              • Which statements are correct?
                • Cultural standards can be misunderstood and simplified
                • Changeability is a relevant aspect of standards
                • Culture controls human beings
                • Individuals and subgroups can deviate from cultural standards
                • Cultural standards are useless for intercultural communication
              • Which statement explains the benefits of cultural standards?
                • Cultural standards are derived from empirical research results
                • Standards build categories, comparable to stereotypes
              • What do you know about the concept of cultural standards?
                • Cultural standards can serve as orientation systems 
                • Cultural standards and stereotypes are the same
                • Cultural standards are designed as tools for understanding cultural differences
                • Cultural standards can help to avoid "critical incidents" in intercultural communication
              • How does the process of stereotyping work?
                • We select outstanding features, generalise them, build categories and are inclined to petrify the set up categories. 
                • We search for negative features of groups and use them to justify depreciation and discrimination. 
              • Which statements about stereotypes are correct?
                • Stereotypes are learned within the social and ciultural environment
                • Stereotypes are always bad
                • Stereotypes can cause discrimination
                • Stereotypes are simplified attributions
                • Stereotypes can give orientation in a complex world
                • Stereotypes are necessary to unterstand differeent cultures
              • Which statement is true?
                • Culture is learned and group-specific
                • Culture is inherited and universal
              • What are expressions of culture?
                • Food 
                • Poetry
                • Architecture
                • Social norms
                • Welcome rituals
                • Theatre
              • Which sides of a verbal message do you know?
                • Relationship
                • Truth
                • Appeal
                • Self-revelation
                • Factual information
                • Lie
              • Wieviel ist eins plus drölf?
                • 100
                • 200
              • What can be expressed by outfit, clothes and decoration of a person?
                • Social status
                • Age
                • Membership in a clan or group
                • Religious rules
                • Vocational roles
                • Reliability
              • What do persons from low-contact or moderate-contact cultures usually do when they are together in constricted rooms such as lifts or subways?
                • They smile at each other and start a conversation.
                • They try to protect their personal spaces by avoiding eye contact. 
              • Which levels of spatial distance do you know?
                • Social distance
                • Personal distance
                • Sexual distance
                • Family distance
                • Intimate distance
                • Public distance
              • You (European, male) meet a refugee from Afghanistan (male) for the first time. While talking to you he permanently looks straight into your eyes. What do you think?
                • He is aggressive.
                • He is impolite.
                • His way of eye contact is determined by his cultural background. 
                • He doesn't like me. 
                • Is there anything wrong in my face? 
              • Which aspects belong to nonverbal communication?
                • Facial expression
                • Voice pitch
                • Gestures
                • Looks
              • Which statement ist correct?
                • Gestures are mainly determined by the cultural background
                • Gestures are universal
              • Which proxemic distances can be defined?
                • Personal distance
                • Social distance
                • Public distance
                • Intimate distance
                • Family distance
              • Which statement ist correct?
                • Gestures are mainly determined by the cultural background
                • Gestures are universal
                    • Which aspects belong to nonverbal communication?
                      • Facial expression
                      • Looks
                      • Gestures
                      • Voice pitch
                    • What is usually named "UFO"?
                      • Underpaid FAU Official
                      • Unknown Flying Object
                      • Uhm... From Outer-Space
                      • wetewt
                      • wetwetttet
                    • Am I a Question?
                      • True
                      • False
                      • A
                      • B
                    • What exactly does “CMS” mean?
                      • Content Management System
                      • Cool Mega-System
                      • Create Mobile Sites

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