English: Courses

Target groups

In general, the offers of  I-Fund are aimed at different target groups and try to support where needed. Three groups stand out:

Courses Category „A“

  • (1) Gifted and highly gifted, artists, scientists, lateral thinkers and outsiders who have difficulty integrating their artistic or intellectual work and creative work, especially if they count the victims of the „culture of prevention“.
  • (2) Refugees and immigrants, as well as immigrants of the second and third generation who face specific challenges in different areas of life, especially in terms of culture, work and religion.

Courses Category „B“

  • (3) Populations discriminated against on the basis of social, religious, ethical or racial norms or sexual orientation and groups of the population discriminating against them, in particular in actions commissioned by the public sector or by an institute to I-Fund.

Conditions of participation

  • Courses Category „A“

Thanks to our generous benefactors, cropped-logo-kopie.jpg is able to offer this courses to participants and groups, which can be assigned to Category „A“, free of charge. Courses in Category „A“ are run by cropped-logo-kopie.jpg and / or cropped-logo-kopie.jpg partners. They can be performed via the Internet and thus offered worldwide. The application form is at the bottom of the page. Courses of this category are marked with „A“.

  • Courses Category „B“

Courses in the Category „B“ are externally funded. The costs are payed by state or private entities. They are free of charge to nationals of the country or the countries to which the offer applies, provided that they can be assigned to the target group (3). Category „B“ courses take place on site and require the physical presence of the participant. Venues are the cropped-logo-kopie.jpg course rooms or locations of cropped-logo-kopie.jpg clients (federation, state, institute, school, university, bank, association, church, etc.) The application form is at the bottom of the page. Projects of this category are marked with „B“.

Projects / Educational Opportunities

Education Against Prejudices

Public-private-Partnership – against rassism, exclusivism and misogyny

Demokratie in Bewegung

Jew, Muslima, Christian. We are more than this.

cropped-logo-kopie.jpg offers new workshops against racism, exclusivism, misogyny and social exclusion for pupils and apprentices. As part of „Democracy in Motion“, a further module of „Education against Prejudice“ will be used to raise awareness of the topics with the assistance of the Books of Life and the motto „Free Yourself with Reading“. Starting in fall 2019, trainers will go to schools to raise awareness of prejudice. The new module can be booked immediately: go-unity@gmx.at Subject „We are more than that“.

My Life Is a Temple ® „A“

An Internet course by cropped-logo-kopie.jpg for recovering the consciousness with Experience and Ritual Therapy far from atheism and fundamentalist-authoritarian religion. The focus is on Experience Therapy.


cropped-logo-kopie.jpg offers new workshops in the context of Integral Self-Organization via the Internet. „On the Tracks of Wald Whittman’s“, you will experience and test the existential spirituality which breaks with the old tradition in many ways and continues where Gnosis stopped because of its destruction 1,500 years ago. An experience with positive surprises for all three target groups. The popular module will be offered for the 5th time and can be booked from 1st June. go-unity@gmx.at, subject „My Life Is a Temple“, German and Spanish, every mo and fri 19-20.00 CET, WhatsApp, Category „A“.

Reading Therapy – The Healing Power of the Books of Life ® „A“

The entertaining and thrilling Books of Life ® meet the criteria of systemic pedagogy and psychology according to the catalogue of points of the leading system psychologists Rolf Huschke-Rhein and Dietmar Hansch eminently.

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Poor people have big TV, rich people have big library.

During writing, the author incorprated the healing effect in his novels, comedies and mystery-thriller – tasks which are worked off during reading ar by the literary figures. The first focus is on the „culture of dogmas“, except that not only the old religious dogmas, but in particular also the current, profane dogmas of our supposedly „open society“ are treated, while trying to grasp their religious character. Dogmas are a particular hindrance because they break off the thought process at the very beginning. Modern dogmatic taboos are the meaning of life, the cosmos as the higher order, to which we are subjected as acting and thinking individuals, the meaning and position of tradition, the viability of real democracy, the political freedom of man, but also the redefinition of „God“ and „Religion“ is almost impossible due to dogmatic prejudice. Hearing about them, the counterpart immediately sets clear boundaries, even if they are convinced that a world without borders makes sense. The participants prepare to read the accompanying discussions, which take place three times a week on the Internet. The new module can be booked from 15 June, go-unity@gmx.at, subject „Reading Therapy“, German and English, every Tue and Thu, 19-20.00 CET, WhatsApp, Category „A“.

Islam 3000 „A“

Beginning in December 2010, the series of protests, insurgencies and revolutions in the Arab world took place under the name „Arab Spring“, which means something like Arab rebellion.


Diese Reformbewegung richten sich, beginnend mit der Revolution in Tunesien, in etlichen Staaten im Nahen Osten  und in Nordafrika gegen die dort autoritär herrschenden Regime und die politischen und sozialen Strukturen dieser Länder. Ursprünglich war der Begriff positiv besetzt und man erhoffte sich Verbesserung in Hinblick auf die Menschenrechtslage in den betroffenen Ländern; mittlerweile hat sich dieses Bild ins Gegenteil verkehrt: Sowohl soziale wie islamische Kräfte, die das geflügelte Wort für sich beanspruchen, haben in etlichen Ländern enttäuscht. In der Arabischen Welt scheint sich die europäische Geschichte mit Aufklärung, Reformation, Restauration und Gegenreformation 500 Jahre später im Schnellverfahren zu wiederholen. Der Niedergang des Islam scheint nur noch eine Frage der Zeit zu sein, wenn er auf seinem fundamentalistischen Standpunkt beharrt. Welches Reformpotenzial trägt er in sich? Eine Frage, die nicht nur für islamische Migrantinnen und Migranten von Interesse ist, sondern auch für ihre Nachfahren zweiter und dritter Generation, wird anhand George Grows Roman „Wald – Prophet wider Willen“ untersucht. Das neue Modul kann ab 1. Juli gebucht werden. go-unity@gmx.at Betreff „Islam 3000“, Deutsch und Englisch, 2 x Mi und Fr 19-20.00 Uhr MEZ. WhatsApp, Kategorie „A“.

This reform movement, starting with the revolution in Tunisia, is directed against the authoritarian regimes and the political and social structures of these countries in several countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Originally, the term was positive and people hoped for improvement of the human rights situation in the affected countries. In the meantime, this image has turned into the opposite: both social and Islamic forces, which claim this saying for themselves, have disappointed in many countries. In the Arab world, the European history of Enlightenment, Reformation, Restoration and Counter Reformation seems to be repeated more quickly 500 years later. The decline of Islam seems only a matter of time, if it insists on its fundamentalist position (as Christianity is rather a cultural matter than a faith in modern countries). What potential for reform has the Islam? A question that is of interest not only to Islamic migrants but also to their second and third generation descendants, explored with the help of George Grow’s novel „Wald – Prophet at a Loss“. The new module can be booked from the 1st of July, go-unity@gmx.at, subject „Islam 3000“, English, German, Arab, 2 x Wed and Fri 19-20.00 CET. WhatsApp, Category „A“.

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