Find it in FRM: Internationalism and Communities
The world is at home in FrankfurtRheinMain (FRM). Our region is buzzing and thrives on the many different cultural influences here. People from over 180 nations live in the region, making up 18 percent of the population. In some of the larger towns and cities, it is even more. The FRM region is very international with a wide range of cultural and culinary options on offer, and is one of the best places to live in Germany!
FrankfurtRheinMain is home to numerous international communities, some of which were set up over 50 years ago. Some communities are dedicated to a specific language or culture, while others are international with a focus on sports, theatre or business networking. In addition, there are many religious communities for all religions. Clubs are run by volunteers, and some have membership fees, while others are free of charge.
International communities often have extensive networks and are very attractive to newcomers from abroad. Here they can meet people who speak their language and understand their culture and customs, as well as locals who are interested in their culture. These communities play an important role, providing support and building a bridge between the country of origin and Germany, helping newcomers integrate into German society. Of course, it is also a great way to meet people and make new friends. Whether through language, sport or culture, many international communities help newcomers find their feet in the region and help them feel welcome.
On the first Monday of the month, the international community is invited to meet and mingle after work at the International Stammtisch. For over 20 years the International Stammtisch has been showcasing the best of what the city and region has to offer, giving newcomers and expats a flavour of Frankfurt and Rhein Main with its diverse range of cultural, educational and free-time activities as well as its many international clubs and organisations. It is a great opportunity for newcomers and expats to get to know other people and make new friends. The events take place in English.
The International Stammtisch is an initiative of the City of Frankfurt, Frankfurt Chamber of Commerce, Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft Rhein-Main e.V., FrankfurtRheinMain Regional Authority, Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH, Office for multicultural Affairs (AmkA), Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, and Newcomers Network.
Created in June 1995, our "Stammtisch" is proud of its success with francophones in Frankfurt. People of different nationalities (Germans, French, Italians and others) with an affinity to the French language and culture meet each week to speak French. It is very dynamic and more than just a round table for conversation. Outside the weekly meetings to practise French, we offer an varied programme of activities: theatre, cabaret, exhibitions. museums, soirees of French songs, excursions etc.
Créé en juin 1995, notre "Stammtisch" est fier de son succès auprès des Francophones de Francfort. Des gens de différentes nationalités (Allemands, Français, Italiens entre autres) ayant des affinités avec la langue et la culture françaises se retrouvent toutes les semaines pour parler français. Très dynamique, le "Stammtisch" est plus qu'une simple table ronde de conversation. Outre le jour fixe de rencontre hebdomadaire pour pratiquer le français, nous proposons un programme d'activités variées: théâtre, cabarets, expositions, musées, soirées de chansons françaises, excursions etc.
WPAC presents performances from our own resident group of excellent volunteer actors and stage crew members from the Wiesbaden English Language Theater (WELT).
District / Cities: City Wiesbaden
Phone: +49 (0) 16091814087
We speak: English