Unsere Projekte aus dem Bereich Communication

 

Communication

In all our projects, we pay particular attention to the adequate communication and dissemination of results – to a defined audience or the general public. We communicate on the basis of our professional expertise. Our communication is understandable and tailored to our target groups. Our publications are a core area of our communication work.

queraum writes an extended corporate health report for the STGKK – this means that health data and staff perspectives on health issues are combined.

"How to plan and carry out projects: Older people as 'new volunteers'" encourages seniors to work as volunteers in a self-defined, project-based manner. queraum is responsible for the manual's revision in form and content and the following dissemination activities.

The comprehensive campaign aimed at promoting new images of older men and women in public.

The new edition of this brochure aims at giving an overview of several offers to facilitate the new entry or re-entry into the job market for people with learning difficulties and/or disablilities.

Commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, the Guidelines “Mobility in old age” will support the creation of an elderly-friendly environment in order to make the public areas easily accessible for older people and people with restricted mobility. queraum is responsible for the development of the publication and considers the inclusion of the perspectives of experts and older people as extremely important.

The new information material will support younger and older job seekers with learning disabilities and their families in finding adequate jobs and/or training positions on the open labour market.

The publication primarily aims at disabled women, who are informed and encouraged to go independent professional ways by reading interesting portraits about other disabled, professionally successful women and helpful service offers.

queraum writes an extended corporate health report for the STGKK – this means that health data and staff perspectives on health issues are combined.

Commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, the Guidelines “Mobility in old age” will support the creation of an elderly-friendly environment in order to make the public areas easily accessible for older people and people with restricted mobility. queraum is responsible for the development of the publication and considers the inclusion of the perspectives of experts and older people as extremely important.

"How to plan and carry out projects: Older people as 'new volunteers'" encourages seniors to work as volunteers in a self-defined, project-based manner. queraum is responsible for the manual's revision in form and content and the following dissemination activities.

The new information material will support younger and older job seekers with learning disabilities and their families in finding adequate jobs and/or training positions on the open labour market.

The comprehensive campaign aimed at promoting new images of older men and women in public.

The publication primarily aims at disabled women, who are informed and encouraged to go independent professional ways by reading interesting portraits about other disabled, professionally successful women and helpful service offers.

The new edition of this brochure aims at giving an overview of several offers to facilitate the new entry or re-entry into the job market for people with learning difficulties and/or disablilities.