Several schools, youth and community centers are currently involved in the come_IN computer club network. They host the weekly meetings of the club and support their activities with staff, rooms, material and IT equipment. Specific information about each of the club can be found on their individual pages.
The Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Research Foundation (DFG)
Different aspects of the come_IN project have been funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Birzeit University in the West Bank
The Birzeit University in the West Bank is an established Partner for the foundation of computer clubs in the refugee camps in Palestine. Students of different faculties work on a voluntary basis as tutors in the computer clubs.
The Rainbow Lab in Philadelphia, USA
A significant focus of the work of the Rainbow Lab in Philadelphia, USA is ensuring equal participation among genders in the STEM or technology fields. The lab’s mission is to combat the gender disparity and encourage expressions of femininity in computing.
In collaboration with the Lab, the come_IN computer clubs in Germany have conducted several e-textiles projects so far.
The Scientific Advisory Board
A scientific advisory board with members from research, society, culture and politics accompanies the work and activities of the intercultural come_IN computer clubs. Its members meet on a regular basis to guide current and prospective activities.
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