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Das Häusermeer von Athen
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Further development of the German-Greek Youth and Expert Exchange is an important political concern. Based on the foundation of a German-Greek Youth Office as stated in the 2013 coalition agreement, the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMDSDJ) is involved in furthering the German-Greek youth exchange in cooperation with its Greek partners. Currently, the ministries responsible in Germany and Greece respectively are developing a joint concept for an increased cooperation that also includes the establishment of a German-Greek Youth Office. IJAB supports the promotion of the German-Greek youth exchange by offering information, networking and partner exchange facilities.

Eine Gruppe junger Menschen beobachtet ewas.
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Christian Herrmann

The German-Greek youth BarCamp: Where friendships are made

Leipzig has been chosen as the German headquarters of the German-Greek Youth Office, so Federal Youth Minister Franziska Giffey had invited young people to come to the city for a four-day dialogue about German-Greek youth exchanges and Europe. The format chosen for this event was a youth BarCamp – which was also a great opportunity to explore Leipzig. [read more]

A mqan and a woman are standing on a stage.
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Christian Herrmann

3rd German-Greek Youth Forum ends on a high note

After four days of intense networking the third German-Greek Youth Forum in Cologne ended on 25 October 2018, producing a large number of project ideas, amongst other outcomes. In 2019, too, the project partners will likely benefit from the special programme of the Federal Youth Ministry to promote German-Greek expert and youth exchanges. [read more]

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Christian Herrmann

Conference on inclusion in German-Greek youth exchanges: Highlighting the benefits of diversity

German-Greek youth exchanges have been given more priority in recent years. To ensure that quality corresponds to quantity, the Federal Youth Ministry and IJAB organise regular expert conferences. The latest event took place on 9 and 10 November, with providers of youth exchanges between Germany and Greece discussing how young people with a disability, too, can benefit from the exchanges. What ideas did they come up with in regard to inclusion? [read more]

Minister of State Michael Roth (centre) with representatives of Greek and German civil society, 15 December, Berlin
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Christian Herrmann

Not Just History: Keeping the Memory Alive

By invitation of the Federal Foreign Office, 20 representatives from Greek communities that fell victim to Nazi-German atrocities during World War 2 and Jewish communities were in Berlin from 10 to 16 December to take part in a seminar organised by IJAB. They focused on the question of how war crimes and the Holocaust are commemorated in Germany and how the memory of a shared history can be integrated in the German-Greek youth exchange. [read more]

deutsche und griechische Fahne
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Christian Herrmann

German-Greek Youth Forum became a project think tank

By invitation of the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) and IJAB, civil society organisations from Germany and Greece met up in Bad Honnef from 3 to 6 November to develop project ideas within the German-Greek youth exchange programme. After a rather restrained start, the meeting developed an amazing momentum - a breath of fresh air for the German-Greek youth exchange, laying the foundations for a future German-Greek Youth Office. [read more]

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