The guided tours are visits to stands of German organisations and projects. With a special focus on certain topics you will have the opportunity to get to know German organisations and to discuss the different aspects of child and youth welfare.
Tuesday, 28 March, 5 to 7 pm
Germany’s youth strategy: “Handeln für eine jugendgerechte Gesellschaft”
Presentation of the individual measures and the overall concept behind Germany’s current youth strategy (“Acting for a child- and youth-friendly society”).
Youth strategy coordination office / C 17
The JiVE youth policy initiative
JiVE. Youth Work International - Experiencing Diversity is a youth policy initiative under which several partners are working to open up international youth work projects to all young people and create a more level playing field for all.
IJAB - International Youth Service of the Federal Republic of Germany / D 40
Flex school for distance learning
The Flex school offers distance learning programmes in various fields, notably languages, but also for young people for whom completing mainstream secondary school is a challenge.
Flex-Fernschule / Christophorus Jugendwerk / C 69
Stadtgrenzenlos, a digital media project
Stadtgrenzenlos offers young refugees an opportunity to become involved in society.
Evangelische Jugendhilfe Godesheim / E 103
Wednesday, 29 March, 9 to 11 am
The BasKIDball project combines sports and educational youth work to help socially disadvantaged children and young people to integrate.
iSo-innovative Sozialarbeit / B 96
Bsj Marburg e.V.
Bsj Marburg presents its diverse activities in the field of Outdoor Adventure Education and focuses on a successful transnational project.
Bsj Marburg e.V. / B98
Presentation of "Sports Based Capacity Building" and "Sports and Employability", two international sports-based exchange projects.
RheinFlanke gGmbh/ D 25
Horizonte organises trips for young people based around intercultural learning.
Horizonte gemeinnützige Schul- und Gruppenfahrten / C 93
Kolping Jugendgemeinschaftsdienste presents its activities in the field of work camps and volunteering projects.
Kolpingwerk Deutschland gGmbH, Kolping Jugendgemeinschaftsdienste / C 101
Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge
Volksbund, a humanitarian organisation that cares for the graves of German war casualties abroad, presents its educational activities which range from international youth exchanges and workcamps to youth projects in war cemeteries and at memorial sites.
Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V. / C 82
The "mobility account" is a new initiative for all young people in the state of Saxony-Anhalt who want to experience cross-border learning.
GOEUROPE! Sachsen-Anhalt/ D 45
Wednesday, 29 March, 11.30 am to 1.30 pm
Introduction to the initiative "Mein Papa kommt" (Daddy's coming), which helps parents who do not live together find free accomodation with hosts in Germany and now also across Europe.
Flechtwerk 2+1 gGmbH/A 41
Coaching and supervision in the youth field
Young people are encouraged to learn more about coaching and supervision.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Supervision und Coaching e.V. / F 89
Waldorf Education, a global initiative
Bundesverband anthroposophisches Sozialwesen e.V. / B 24
German Red Cross
The youth chapter of the German Red Cross (North Rhine-Westphalia) presents its wide range of activities.
DRK - Landesverband Nordrhein e.V. Jugendrotkreuz / B 44
Innatura is an online exchange for as-good-as-new items donated by businesses to charitable organisations.
innatura gGmbH / F 42
Wednesday, 29 March, 2.30 to 3.30 pm
Introduction to an integrative project for young refugees involving traditional crafts and trades.
Familienferiendorf Hübingen e.V. / K 122
Young Refugee Center Munich
Introduction to the system of (primary) assistance for unaccompanied minor refugees. Particular emphasis is given to the activities of the Young Refugee Center in Munich and the modular clearing system for young refugees.
DIAKONIE - Jugendhilfe Oberbayern / F 17
Presentation of a sub-project of Germany’s new youth strategy: “Youth-friendly” communities – What does that mean in a local context? What is being done on the ground?
Youth strategy coordination office / C 17
The European dimension of the work of the Child and Youth Welfare Association (AGJ)
The Child and Youth Welfare Association (AGJ) is the organisation behind DJHT. This tour is an introduction to the work and activities of AGJ, especially at the European level.
Child and Youth Welfare Association (AGJ) / D 17
Wednesday, 29 March, 4 to 5 pm
Bundesvereinigung Kulturelle Kinder-und Jugendbildung
The German Federation for Cultural Youth Education presents its national and international work in the field of arts education and non formal cultural learning.
German Federation for Cultural Youth Education (BKJ)/ E 81
Arbeit am Tonfeld
Introduction to the sensomotory method “Arbeit am Tonfeld”.
Arbeit am Tonfeld / A 09
Online counselling by young people for young people
Juuport is an online counselling service where young people offer assistance to their peers in regard to internet-related problems.
Juuuport e.V. / B 106
Introduction to Germany’s national child protection guidelines which allows children to have a say in the protection process.
University children’s hospital, Bonn / E 82
Wednesday, 29 March, 5.30 to 6.30 pm
The IB presents its national and international activities in the field of youth social work and social inclusion.
Internationaler Bund / B 26
Freie Turnerschaft Adler
Introduction to the Adlerhorst camp site, which provides accommodation for international youth exchanges.
Freie Turnerschaft Adler v.1893 e.V. / C74
Verband der evangelischen Studierendengemeinden
An introduction to the work of the association of protestant student communities, with particular regard given to its international activities.
Verband der Evangelischen Studierendengemeinden in Deutschland/ B42
An introduction to the wide range of activities of YMCA Germany.
YMCA Germany / E 87