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Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines

Kurfürstendamm 194

10707 Berlin
Germany
Fax: (030) 87 32 55 1
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Consular Section/Konsularabteilung 

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+49 (30) 864950-23

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Mo-Fr. 9.00-16.00hrs

 


 

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 February 2016 )
 
New Office Address
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Sunday, 30 October 2016

 

WIR ZIEHEN UM !

 

Die Philippinische Botschaft zieht um!


THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY WILL TRANSFER TO A NEW OFFICE!

 

NEUE ANSCHRIFT:                     Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

AB:                                               23.
November 2015

NOTFALL TELEFON:                  +49 173 5215 703



NEW ADDRESS:                         Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

ON:                                              23. November 2015

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE:      +49 173 5215 703

 

 

 

VISIT OUR NEW WEBSITE AT www.philippine-embassy.de

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 October 2017 )
 
Filipino workers in Germany invited to test Digital Integration Assistant (DINTA)
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Thursday, 05 November 2015
Minor e.V., a German migration research organization, and SIBIS Institut, a social research institute, are in the final stages of developing an online platform to support foreign workers in adjusting to life in Germany. The Digital Integration Assistant (DINTA) is the end-product of a research project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (www.bmbf.de).


Initially geared toward healthcare workers from the Philippines and Spain, DINTA offers a range of tools, including detailed guides on preparing to move to Germany and living and working in the country; fora for users to discuss various topics with their colleagues; a glossary of key terminology related to nursing; and a tool through which they can seek practical advice from mentors. The website offers content in three languages: English, German, and Spanish.


In order to make DINTA more responsive to the needs of its intended users, Minor e.V. is inviting newly arrived Filipino workers in Germany to participate in an online survey about their experiences preparing for their move to Germany. The survey may be completed at www.soscisurvey.de/dinta2 and takes around 15 minutes to complete. The survey is anonymous and Minor e.V. is assuring the public that it will keep information provided confidential. Respondents will also receive a free online app on completing the survey, as a token of thanks from Minor.


More information about the project is available at http://www.minor-kontor.de/forschung/dinta.
 
New Office Address
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Tuesday, 17 November 2015

 

WIR ZIEHEN UM !

 

Die Philippinische Botschaft zieht um!


THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY WILL TRANSFER TO A NEW OFFICE!

 

NEUE ANSCHRIFT:                     Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

AB:                                               23.
November 2015

NOTFALL TELEFON:                  +49 173 5215 703



NEW ADDRESS:                         Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

ON:                                              23. November 2015

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE:      +49 173 5215 703
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 October 2017 )
 
Holiday in Holiday in November/FEIERTAG IM NOVEMBER
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Friday, 20 November 2015

 

The Philippine Embassy will be closed on Monday,

30th of November 2015.  (Bonifacio Day)

 

Die Philippinische Botschaft ist am 30. November 2015 geschlossen.  (Bonifacio Day)

 

In dringenden Fällen rufen Sie uns bitte über das Notfalltelefon an:  01735215703

 
Philippine Embassy debuts Cinemalaya Winner “Transit” in Berlin
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Wednesday, 22 April 2015
Berlin, 10 April 2015.  In celebration of National Women’s Month and National Heroes Day, the Philippine Embassy in collaboration with the Philippine Studies Series Berlin welcomed Hannah Espia to Berlin for the screening of her 2013 Cinemalaya-winning film “Transit”, which was also the Philippine submission to the 2014 Oscars’ Best Foreign Language Film category.  Ambassador Melita Sta. Maria-Thomeczek welcomed an eclectic mix of students, artists as well as members of the Filipino community who joined the packed screening room at the Kino Moviemento, Germany’s oldest cinema.  Ambassador Sta. Maria-Thomeczek hoped the audience would gain a better appreciation of the sacrifices and persevering spirit of Overseas Filipino Workers, many of whom are separated from the families.  The film was followed by a question and answer session moderated by Ms. Rosa Castillo, the convener of the Philippine Studies Series Berlin, with Ms. Espia at the Kino Moviemento Lounge.  Ten17P and Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment granted the Embassy special rights to screen the film for free. Transit, which has featured in the Busan, Tokyo, Jerusalem and Palm Springs film festivals explores the intersecting stories of Filipinos in Tel Aviv when the threat of a law deporting the children of migrant workers looms in their precarious lives. Janet (Irma Adlawan) a domestic worker on an expired visa, struggles to hide her half-Israeli daughter, Yael (Jasmine Curtis-Smith), a rebellious teenager caught up in a juvenile romance. Most endangered in the situation is four-year old Joshua (Marc Justine Alvarez), whom Janet and Yael protect because the boy’s father, Moises (Ping Medina), works on weekdays as a caregiver in the city of Herzliya. The film also explores the life of a young lady, Tina (Mercedes Cabral), who arrives to start a new life in Israel.  Transit examines what it means to be a family and what it means to be a stranger, within one's home and in a foreign land.

Richard Kuipers of Variety.com provided his take on the film: “Centered on desperate measures taken by Filipino parents to prevent the forced removal of their Israeli-born, Hebrew-speaking children, this gracefully directed and inventively edited picture represents an impressive debut for helmer and co-scripter Hannah Espia... 'Transit' also speaks to the broader picture of displaced people - whether refugees, asylum seekers or foreign workers - who have left their homeland in search of a better life."

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