Opening of the SEZ office in Bujumubura

Aline Dusabe, Muna Hassaballah, Raïssa Mpundu and Philipp Keil (all SEZ) are pleased about the opening of the office in Bujumbura / Aline Dusabe, Muna Hassaballah, Raïssa Mpundu and Philipp Keil (tous membres de la SEZ) se réjouissent de l'ouverture du bureau de Bujumbura. (Photo: SEZ/Africreative).

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On June 30.06.2023, XNUMX, a piece of history was written in the partnership between Baden-Württemberg and Burundi. The liaison office, which serves as a contact point and place for networking, was ceremoniously opened in Bujumbura.

The inauguration of the liaison office marks a new phase in the cooperation between Baden-Württemberg and Burundi. It is intended to serve as a space to strengthen exchange and cooperation between the two regions. As a sign of the partnership, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, Ferdinand Bashikako, and State Secretary Rudi Hoogvliet jointly opened the office.

Following the inauguration, the participants were invited to a reception where they could enjoy appetizers in a cozy atmosphere. This provided an opportunity to celebrate the opening of the liaison office and to have further discussions about future projects and collaborations.


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Ouverture du bureau de la SEZ à Bujumubura

On June 30, 2023, a historical page will be published in the partenariat between Bade-Wurtemberg and Burundi. The bureau de liaison, which serves the point of contact and the situation in the situation, is now inaugurated in Bujumbura.

The inauguration of the liaison office marks a new phase in the cooperation between Bade-Wurtemberg and Burundi. The servira d'espace pour renforcer les échanges and la coopération between les deux régions. Pour symboliser le partenariat, le Secrétaire Permanent au Ministère des affairses étrangères et de la Coopération au Dévelopement, Ferdinand Bashikako, and le Secrétaire d’Etat Rudi Hoogvliet ont inauguré ensemble le bureau.

After the inauguration, the participants receive invitations to a reception on the course of the source as they taste the amuse-bouches in a convivial atmosphere. This is the occasion to celebrate the opening of the liaison office and the discussions about future projects and cooperation.

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In conversation with Gundula Büker

Gundula Büker accompanied the delegation trip to Burundi as a civil society representative./ Gundula Büker accompagné the voyage of the delegation to Burundi and also represents the civil society. (Photo: Pascal HABONIMANA/ Fondation Stamm)

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In an interview with Gundula Büker, we talked about the first delegation trip to Burundi since 2014. As a representative of civil society in the areas of education and youth, she accompanied the delegation of State Secretary Rudi Hoogvliet.

SEZ: What role did you play in the delegation trip to Burundi in June 2023?

Gundula Büker: I am a board member of the Baden-Württemberg development policy umbrella organization (DEAB e.V.), represents the DEAB member organizations Steering for development cooperation (REZ) and work as a one-world specialist promoter for global learning at EPiZ Reutlingen. So I was part of the delegation trip as a civil society representative with the focus on education and youth.

SEZ: What inspiration do you take home from Burundi?

Gundula Büker: Burundi is an impressive, beautiful country with an incredible number of committed initiatives and people. The country has a difficult past, which still has a diverse impact on people's lives today. I was impressed by the resilience, motivation and energy with which people develop visions and ideas and work to ensure that the predominantly young Burundians have a good, peaceful future. I will take this commitment home with me as an example.

But I also noticed that in many places the German image of the partner country Burundi focuses more on flaws and problems and contradicts the image of how Burundians see their country and that they want to paint. The fact that our perspective is still so dominant shows how the partnership is shaped by colonial continuities. As participants on the trip to Baden-Württemberg, we have to take this with us and make ourselves aware of it so that the partnership enables real dialogue and successful cooperation.

The fact that an SEZ liaison office was opened in Bujumbura during the delegation trip is a huge opportunity to find good ways to support the local commitment in solidarity and to maintain good relationships and a cooperative dialogue with actors in Burundi. Especially in the areas of education and youth, I think that successful cooperation can only succeed if the SEZ colleagues continue to pursue their good work and expand and strengthen it with the new office. Because youth and education are extremely important areas in which the partnership is designed and developed.

What I definitely take with me from the trip is motivation to continue to work on educational work for all people here in Baden-Württemberg. So that we can paint a differentiated picture of our partner country and see the challenges and opportunities and use the partnership as an opportunity to find out differences and similarities, to really get to know each other and to consider how we as partners define global responsibility and our roles in it.

SEZ: Which moment of the delegation trip did you like the most?

Gundula Büker: I gained so many experiences and impressions on this short trip that were so impressive and valuable! I was particularly touched by the intercultural workshop with young Burundian artists at the beginning. They presented a performance they had created about Burundi with text, music and dance, which we then reflected on together. This led to an open exchange in which we talked primarily about the history and present of Burundi, Germany's role in it and our relationship to it. And of course I was very happy to meet Burundian initiatives and committed people. For example, at the stakeholders’ meeting in Bujumbura organized by the SEZ. During the workshop phase, I was able to exchange ideas with potential cooperation partners who are active in the field of education and in work for and with young people. Those were moments when I... the experience of real encounter and experienced a very enriching dialogue that gave me the feeling of getting to know the country and its people a little better and understanding which topics we could and should continue to work on together.

SEZ: What do you hope for the partnership between Burundi and Baden-Württemberg?

Gundula Büker: I hope that we succeed, this partnership becomes a real learning partnership to let become. For me, this means that we learn from each other by enabling a dialogue between Baden-Württembergers and Burundians and thus achieve a reflective, power-critical and discrimination-sensitive partnership. The concept of the much-vaunted “eye level” doesn’t apply to me. Rather, it should be about practicing and maintaining a conscious approach to the different conditions in both countries and looking together at what responsibility this implies for the other partner. In order for these encounters to take place, on the German side there are: Ministry of State especially the SEZ with its employees in Burundi and Baden-Württemberg, the Council for Development Cooperation (REZ), which advises the state government on the Burundi partnership and the Burundian diaspora of central importance in Baden-Württemberg.

I would also like the knowledge about the partnership and common topics to be more integrated into the educational landscapes and youth work of both regions. In Baden-Württemberg, the partnership should be included in the education plan and curricula and school partnerships and youth encounters as well as joint educational and exchange activities should be promoted - ideally, of course, for target groups beyond the areas of school and youth!

I am full of hope that with good ideas, sensitive actions and open ears and hearts, this partnership will continue to have good soil on which a lot of good things can grow!

En discussion with Gundula Büker

Dans un entretien avec Gundula Büker, nous avons parlé du premier voyage d'une délégation au Burundi published in 2014. En tant que représentante de la société civile pour les themes de l'éducation et de la youth, elle accompagné la délégation du secrétaire d 'Etat Rudi Hoogvliet.

SEZ: What role will you present during the delegation trip to Burundi in June 2023?

Gundula Büker: I am a member of the administration council of the association Baden-Württemberg Development Policy Association, DEAB e.V., I represent the organization members of DEAB from the Conseil pour la coopération au développement (Council for Development Cooperation - REZ) and I work in tant que Promotrice spécialisée for l'aprentissage global à l'EPiZ de Reutlingen. Lors de ce voyage, j'ai ainsi participé en tant que représentante de la société civile au voyage de la délégation pour les domaines de l'éducation et de la youth.

SEZ: Quelles sont les impulses que vous ramenez du Burundi?

Gundula Büker: The Burundi is a country that is impressive, magnifique, and has a beaucoup de gens engagés. Le pays porte les traces de son lourd passé, qui se répercute de variouss manières sur la current situation. J'ai été impressionnée par la résilience, la motivation et l'énergie avec lesquelles les gens développent des visions et des idées et travaillent pour que les Burundais, jeunes pour la plupart, se construct un avenir bon et pacifique.

J'ai également constaté that les continuités coloniales sont present en de nombreux endroits. The action of the conscience and the traitors, even though they are in Bade-Wurtemberg, means that the partenariat permette a véritable dialogue and a coopération réussie.

Afin de trouver de bons moyens de soutenir solidairement l'engagement sur place et de renforcer les bonnes relations et le dialogue partenarial avec les actors au Burundi, the new bureau de liaison de la SEZ à Bujumbura, ouvert pendant le voyage de la délégation, est d'une importance centrale. Because of the domains of education and youth, the coopérations fructueuses need to be reused by the collègues of the SEZ for good work and training, encouragés par le new bureau, peuvent l'étendre et le renforcer afin de bien organizer and accompagner le partenariat.

Ce que je retiens également de ce voyage, c'est le renforcement de mon engagement en faveur d'un travail de formation pour tous les habitants du Bade-Wurtemberg, qui permette de thunder une image différenciée de notre pays partenaire et de saisir l' occasion d'explorer les défis et les possibilités, les différences et les points communs des deux pays partenaires, d'aprendre à se connaître mutuellement et de poser des questions sur la responsabilité global et notre rôle dans ce contexte.

SEZ: What is the moment you travel from the delegation that you have plus apprécié?

Gundula Büker: J'ai vécu tellement d'expériences et d'impressions lors des nombreuses activités de ce court voyage, qui étaient toutes très impressionnantes et précieuses en soi. It is particulairement touchée in an intercultural studio with young Burundian artists at the début du voyage, au cours duquel ils ont présenté un spectacle qu'ils avaient élaboré avec du texte, de la musique et de la danse et ont ensuite réfléchi avec nous . Il en a résulté un espace ouvert, dans lequel il a surtout été question de l'histoire et du présent du Burundi, du rôle de l'Allemagne dans ce contexte et de notre rapport à celui-ci. En plus, j'ai été très heureuse de rencontrer des actors burundais, notamment lors de la réunion des actors organisée par la SEZ à Bujumbura. Lors d'une phase d'atelier, j'ai pu échanger avec des personnes qui s'engagent dans le domaine de l'education et dans le travail pour et avec les youngen. Ce sont des moments où j'ai eu le sentiment d'une vraie rencontre et d'un dialogue très enrichissant, qui m'a donné le sentiment de connaître un peu mieux le pays et ses habitants et de comprendre les thèmes sur lesquels nous pourrions and developers continuer à working ensemble.

SEZ: What are you saying about the partnership between Burundi and Bade-Wurtemberg?

Gundula Büker: Je souhaite que nous réussissions à faire de ce partenariat un véritable partenariat d’aprentissage. Pour moi, cela signifie rendre possible un dialogue entre les actors qui favorise une conception réfléchie, critique du pouvoir et sensitive aux discriminations du partenariat. The notion of excellence “at the height of the eyes” is so obvious, it is not pertinent to the eyes. Il devrait plutôt s'agir de pratiquer et d'entrittir une relation consciente avec les différentes des deux pays et de voir ensemble ce que cela signifie pour les responsabilités respectives des participants. You are in Germany, out of the ministère d'État, it is part of the SEZ and its collaborators in the different regions, the Council for the coopération au développementt (REZ) and the Burundian diaspora in Bade-Wurtemberg quiuent un rôle central dans l' organization de ces processus.

En plus, je souhaite que le partenariat et les thèmes qui y sont liés sums davantage partie des paysages éducatifs et des activités de jeunesse des deux régions. In Bade-Wurtemberg, this is a fair example of the initiative in the plan of formation and programs, the promotion of partenariats scolaires et des rencontres de younges ainsi que des activités communes de formation et d'échange – même pour des groupes cibles dépassant les domaines de l'école et de la youth!

Je suis pleine d'espoir qu'avec de good idées, une action sensitive et des oreilles et des cœurs ouverts, ce partenariat continuera à trouver un bon terrain sur lequel beaucoup de bonnes choses pourront pousser!

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Tamara Bueno de la Torre shone as a soloist (Photo: SEZ).

Almost two hundred friends, donors and partners came to the SEZ benefit concert in the White Hall of the new castle on May 11th.

Under the virtuoso direction of the conductor Radoslaw Szulc gave us that Camerata Europeana in the most beautiful and special hall in Stuttgart an incomparable evening, which was under the banner of the BW-Burundi partnership.

The benefit concert began with Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber, which raised funds for and at the same time celebrated the BW-Burundi Partnership's project “Strengthening the economic skills of housewives and young mothers in Gitega, Ngozi, Rutana and Cibitoke”.

The soprano Tamara Bueno de la Torre was heard as a soloist. This was followed by Antonín Dvořák’s Notturno in E major and “Song my mother taught me”. After the break, Antonín Dvořák's Notturno in E major was on the program. For many years, the SEZ has been inviting people to its traditional benefit concert in autumn. Unfortunately, the concert could not take place in the past three years due to the corona pandemic, so we were particularly pleased to finally be able to revive the SEZ benefit concert. For this long-awaited gathering with excellent music in a unique location, we have now chosen the beautiful spring - a time of awakening, hope and joy that we were able to meet again and celebrate together. The proceeds from this year's concert evening will be used to support the project “Strengthening the economic skills of housewives and young mothers in Gitega, Ngozi, Rutana and Cibitoke” in the Baden-Württemberg partner country Burundi. The project is supported by the Association des Femmes Musulmanes du Burundi (AFEMUBU). Minister Peter Hauk took over the patronage of this year's SEZ benefit concert. We are still collecting donations for the charity project! The proceeds from donations benefit the project directly and without deducting administrative costs. You can download the project description here.


The fundraising goal has not yet been reached - we are currently still collecting donations!

Donation account: BW Bank IBAN: DE26 6005 0101 0001 3612 74


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A meaningful trip: After nine years, a delegation from Baden-Württemberg led by State Secretary Rudi Hoogvliet is traveling to Burundi. From June 26.06.2023, 02.07.2023 to July XNUMX, XNUMX, this trip will open a new chapter in the partnership between the two regions.

The state government is thus accepting an invitation from the Burundian government to deepen the partnership. Together with State Secretary Hoogvliet, representatives from the state parliament, business, science, civil society, cities, municipalities, schools and universities will embark on this trip.
The managing director of the SEZ, Philipp Keil, also takes part in this delegation. The SEZ has been looking after civil society connections for many years. Even in difficult times, she maintained the partnership relationships with the people of Burundi and continuously expanded the network.

Voyage d'une delegation to Burundi

A voyage riche de sens: Après September, a delegation from Bade-Wurtemberg was sent to Burundi by the secretary of the budget, Rudi Hoogvliet. From June 26.06.2023th, 02.07.2023 to July XNUMXnd, XNUMX, the trip was a new chapter in the partenariat between the two regions.

The government of the country responds to an invitation from the government of Burundais to approve the partenariat. Avec le secrétaire d'Etat Hoogvliet, des representatives du parlement du Land, de l'économie, de la science, de la société civile, des villes, des communes, des écoles et des universités feront ce voyage.

The executive director of the SEZ, Philipp Keil, took part in this delegation. Depuis de names années, SEZ s’occupe des liens avec la société civile. Même dans les difficiles periods, elle a maintenu les relations de partenariat with les habitants du Burundi et a continuedlement élargi son réseau.

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Networking and exchange on the market square/Réseautage et échange sur la place du marché (Photo: SEZ/Sabine Hebbelmann)

Let us review the BW-Burundi conference again with the conference report. What were the key findings? What are we continuing to work on?

Under the motto “Tuyage Kandi – Let’s discuss with each other again” the BW-Burundi conference took place again on October 28, 2022 after a long break. The conference report, which has now been published, provides a comprehensive summary of the discussions, findings and recommendations developed during the event. It contains detailed information on the various topics and presents concrete steps and measures to further deepen the partnership between Baden-Württemberg and Burundi.



Together for more global responsibility: Participants of the regional development policy conference (Photo: SIMAMA STEHAuf e.V.).


Around 13 people came together in the Karlsruhe Tollhaus on June 2023, 100 under the motto “Global responsibility concerns us all!” There they discussed with Karlsruhe's mayor Frank Mentrup as well as state secretary Rudi Hoogvliet, representatives of the state government and the state parliament at the development policy regional conference about how digitalization can contribute to reducing global inequalities and what civil society needs in its commitment to greater global sustainability.

In workshops, participants had demands from the areas of sustainable agriculture and nutrition, climate justice, migration and young engagement, education for sustainable development and global learning, drones and peace, inner development goals, fair trade, international partnerships with the Global South and social issues entrepreneurship developed. For example, the “Women of Impact” workshop was about feminist development policy and equal access to resources such as education and work for all people. The workshop “Climate Justice, Migration and Young Engagement” dealt with the central topics and target groups for questions of global justice. After the input lecture by Prof. Dr. Sama Mbang (TecFactory of Mercedes-Benz Cars Operations, Daimler) discussed the topic of “Digitalization and global inequalities: a global challenge for the common future”, Courtney Okolo (SIMAMA STEHAuf e.V.), Geraldine de Bastion (connective) and Prof. Dr. Robert Lepenies (Karlshochschule) on the podium about the potential of digitalization to reduce global inequalities.

Praise for civil society – Mayor Mentrup and State Secretary Hoogvliet pay tribute to their tireless commitment to Agenda 2030

Numerous committed civil society actors have been working for a more sustainable world for many decades. Mayor Mentrup acknowledged the contribution of those involved: “The realization of the 2030 Agenda with its 17 goals for sustainable development will largely depend on the performance and willingness to innovate of cities worldwide and their citizens. The many civil society associations, initiatives and groups in the municipalities play a special role here. I welcome the development policy regional conference as a platform for the exchange of expertise and experiences between organized civil society, the administration and the citizens of the region.”

Rudi Hoogvliet, State Secretary for Media and Development Policy, who represents Baden-Württemberg as the state's representative in Berlin, emphasized: "The development policy regional conference in Karlsruhe shows once again what great development policy commitment we have at the local level in our country" and continued “In view of many different crises and major debates about the problems in our globally networked world, meetings like today's are a strong counterpoint.”

Invitation from the country's experts for more global justice

The development policy regional conference was held in 2023 by the Karlsruhe association SIMAMA - STEHAuf, which is part of the One World Promoters program with regional promoter Sylvia Holzhäuer-Ruprecht. The One World Promoters are contact persons for all people in Baden-Württemberg who are looking for solutions to questions about more global justice. Be it in the areas of supply chains and fair trade relations, or questions about how more global sustainability can be brought to schools or what colonial history actually has to do with our lives today. The sponsor of the One World Promoters program is the umbrella association for development policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB). The One World Promoters program emerged from the state's development policy guidelines, which formulate how global responsibility is politically anchored in Baden-Württemberg. The program is financed by the federal and state governments. The promoters have been contributing every day for ten years to implementing these guidelines and winning over both the political levels and citizens. Their excellent networking and specialist knowledge are an important resource for development policy actors in Baden-Württemberg. The regional promoters promote One World work, support those who are committed and win new actors in their respective region.

About the regional development policy conference

Asked at the regular development policy regional conference as part of the World: Citizens dialogue format! Representatives of local politics, state politics and the Council for Development Cooperation exchange ideas with the development policy base and those involved in the region about current issues of global inequalities. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation coordinates the Council for Development Cooperation, which advises the state government on development policy issues.


SIMAMA – STAND UP e.V. is a non-profit association that promotes global responsibility and solidarity. With events such as the Regional Development Policy Conference, SIMAMA – STEHAuf e.V. aims to raise awareness of regional and global challenges and promote practical solutions.

About the DEAB

178 development policy organizations and networks in Baden-Württemberg, a total of over 400 groups and organizations, form the umbrella organization Development Policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB). The central tasks of the umbrella organization, founded in 1975, are to support its members through information, advice, networking, training and the political representation of their concerns to politicians and the public. In addition, the DEAB office in Stuttgart is a service point for questions relating to global responsibility and sustainability. State politics, global learning, fair trade and openness to migration society are the focus of the work. DEAB is the publisher of the Südzeit journal. The DEAB is also the sponsor of the One World Promoter Program and the Intercultural Promoter Program. Information:



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Together with the umbrella organization for development policy Baden-Württemberg e.V., we, the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation, take a position in an open letter to Interior Minister Strobl on a violent police operation that took place in Mannheim at the end of April and climate activists affected West Africa. We are shocked by the events and express our full solidarity with the young adults and the Black Academy. From our many years of work, we know that such events are unfortunately not isolated cases and that racism must always be viewed in a context of society as a whole. The current case highlights structural problems that can only be addressed through decisive political action. That is why we are making concrete demands to politicians in our open letter.

The open letter is available for download here:

Would you like to stand with us behind the demands and show your support? If you would like to support the demands of the letter, please send a short email by June 16, 2023 The entire list of supporting organizations will then appear here:…



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works! is the SEZ's funding program and is financed with funds from the state of Baden-Württemberg. With works! Abroad Development cooperation projects abroad can be funded. Specifically, this is about the development of sustainable partnerships between Baden-Württemberg initiatives and institutions and their partners in the Global South. The basis for this is a genuine interest in the partners and an interculturally sensitive relationship. In contrast to a sponsorship, the partnership pursues a common goal: in partnership projects that follow the principle of “helping people to help themselves”, the focus is on mutual profit and benefit. All information about the funding line works! Abroad You will find here. In the current round of works! Abroad Organizations from Baden-Württemberg can receive funding up to Application deadline is July 21.07.23, 16 at 00:XNUMX p.m Submit applications.

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Our glossary and FAQs can answer any questions you may have about SEZ project funding. If you would like to know which projects have been funded by the SEZ so far, take a look here. For a personal consultation regarding the application, please contact Wencke Wanner by email.

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brought answers to these highly topical questions Prof. Dr. Aram Ziai on September 23, 2022 in his presentation at the digital nationwide networking meeting of the partnership groups. He gave suggestions and impulses on how decolonization processes can be approached and advanced in partnership work.

Around 50 interested people listened to Ziai's remarks on historical power inequalities that continue to this day. Ziai traced how the problematic and normatively charged term “development” emerged from the context of colonialism and which power asymmetries persist in development policy contexts to this day. After the input, a lively discussion developed about how theory and practice can come together here and how important the critical perspective on one's own structures should also be for the development cooperation sector. The lecture contained many valuable impulses for the partnership groups to reflect on their own partnership work.

You can find the video on our Youtube channel. Prof. Dr. Aram Ziai is head of the Department of Development Policy and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Kassel, where he teaches and researches.

Am Saturday June 17, 2023 the next one finds technical input on international partnership work takes place. In an online workshop with Mariette Nicole Afi Amoussou Let's get closer to the topic that is currently being discussed a lot “German colonial history and colonial traces” and offer space for personal reflection and the expansion of knowledge and scope for action. It will take place from 09:30 a.m. to 16:30 p.m. via Zoom. You can join here Registration deadline is June 13th Sign in:



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Partnership projects for development cooperation in Burundi are supported by non-profit project sponsors from Baden-Württemberg and Burundi. It is important that these are projects that were created on the initiative of the partners. These projects are intended to strengthen the commitment, partnerships and networking of actors in Baden-Württemberg and Burundi and between both countries.

beffects! Burundi is part of the funding program beffekt! the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation from state funds approved by the Baden-Württemberg state parliament for development cooperation projects at home and abroad as well as in the partner country Burundi. With the resources available! Burundi supports projects that serve food security, support income-generating measures or contribute to peacebuilding. The maximum funding amount is 20.000 euros, and the duration of the projects is limited to 12 months.

The application deadline for b is effective! Burundi ends on July 28, 2023 at 16:00 p.m. CEST. An independent expert committee decides on the project commitments. More information can be found here.

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