For parents:
personal advice and meetings with other affected parents (multilingual)

Personal consultation

Have you or your child been discriminated at school? Please contact us. We are happy to advise and support you free of charge about solutions for you and your child. We will help your child to feel secure and confident again at school. You can decide at any point of the consulting process whether and which step you or your child would like to attend.

Please contact us for a personal consultation by phone or email:

Phone: 030/308798-46

We provide counselling in German, Turkish and English. Please let us know by email if you wish a consultation in another language so that we can provide an interpreter.

Our rooms are wheelchair accessible. If you need any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us. We will try to support you as much as we possibly can.
In case you do not wish a consultation you can still help us and report your concerns anonymously.
Here you will find the reporting form.

Taking part

What can parents do?

Inform or support affected people

Although or maybe because discrimination happens daily, affected persons often feel that this is a unavoidable reality and do not defend against it. Very often they do not know their rights or where to turn for advice. You can support affected persons by informing them about our counselling centre and offering to accompany them (if wanted) to a counselling interview.

Anonymous reporting

You can also support our work even if affected persons do not request consultation. You can anonymously report about cases of discrimination via our website

Make the counselling center better known

Support our work and raise awareness about ADAS among students, parents, colleagues and friends. We would be pleased to send you information materials.

Marlene Pfau