Procedural and Social Consultation in the Human Rights Centre
Freundeskreis Asyl’s counselling centre „Grenzenlos“ (“borderless”) can be found in the Menschenrechtszentrum (Human Rights Centre).
The Human Rights Centre in Karlsruhe came into being in 1996 through an initiative by various human rights and refugee organisations. The idea was to house all the local human rights organisations under one roof. Representatives of the participating organisations founded a non-profit association for this purpose: Menschenrechtszentrum Karlruhe e.V.
Monday: 10am – 4pm
Tuesday: 5pm – 8pm
Wednesday: 12pm – 4pm
Friday: 10am – 2pm
Refugees have the opportunity to receive a free, confidential legal consultation in the Human Rights Centre, provided by lawyers who specialise in refugee law. Upon request we will do our best to arrange an interpreter in your native language. To see if you need a legal consultation, please come to our office during the regular office hours.