MOZAIK gGmbH - Non-Profit Society for intercultural education and counseling

MOZAIK gGmbH was founded in 2003 as a non-profit society for intercultural education and counseling services by academics with an immigrant background. MOZAIK operates nationwide.

The name MOZAIK is pronounced in the same way as Mosaik in German, the only difference is that it is written with the "Z" according to the Turkish spelling. The name MOZAIK was chosen because the target group of the institute is very heterogeneous and has many different countries of origin. Furthermore, the business and activities in the integration work are very diverse. The mosaic consists of several small parts, is flexibly expandable and internationally known term.

The aim of the society is, among others, to improve the training and labor market integration, especially of migrants, and to develop intercultural solutions for Germany as a country of immigration.Die MOZAIK gGmbH wurde 2003 als gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für interkulturelle Bildungs- und Beratungsangebote durch Akademiker mit Einwanderungsgeschichte gegründet. MOZAIK ist bundesweit tätig.

These are the three fields of activity::

  1. Development and implementation of intercultural project concepts to promote the professional integration of people with and without migration history and the intercultural opening of organizations.

  2. Nationwide counseling, monitoring and evaluation of federal, state and municipal labor market, education and integration actors in the implementation of intercultural support programs and projects.

  3. Nationwide studies to promote intercultural opening, cooperation and networking.


MOZAIK specializes in the overcome of barriers to the integration of population with migratory background in the labor market, as well as in education, such as in occupational trainings or post-qualification courses, by designing innovative solutions and offerings that have received nationwide recognition. A particular focus of (professional) integration work is the development of empowerment approaches, particularly for migrant organizations, and for the intercultural opening of regulating facilities in the labor and training market