eine Gruppe von Menschen - Manuela Schwesig, Marie-Luise Dreber, Lothar Harles und Jugendliche
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Cathrin Piesche

International youth conference delegates call for all young people to have international opportunities

Globalisation, Europe, international exchanges, tolerance, democracy and peaceful human coexistence: these were the topics on the agenda at the youth conference “We move tomorrow’s world”. Participants from all over the world travelled to Schwerin, Germany to spend three days discussing how current political developments are influencing their lives and mobility opportunities, how international mobility contributes towards more tolerance and understanding, and how more young people can be encouraged to spend a period abroad. On the last day, the delegates presented their recommendations to Federal Youth Minister Manuela Schwesig at Schwerin Palace, the state parliament. [read more]

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Christian Herrmann

Celebrating international youth work anniversaries

25th anniversary of the German-Polish Youth Office, 10th anniversary of the German-Russian coordination for youth exchanges – plenty to celebrate for Berlin, Moscow and Warsaw. IJAB congratulates its long-standing partners, the German-Polish Youth Office (DPJW) and the Foundation for German-Russian Youth Exchange, on their achievements and wishes them all the best for an equally successful future. [read more]

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Celebrating 20 years of eurodesk Germany: More than 500,000 young people advised on going abroad

This year, eurodesk Germany looks back on 20 years of advising young people on mobility opportunities abroad – reason enough to reflect on its successes and take a look ahead at things to come. In an interview with ijab.de, the eurodesk team talk about what kind of advice and information they provide, the quality of their services and other prospects on the horizon. [read more]

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Dr. Dirk Hänisch

New research study proves the effect of international youth work in the context of vocational education

On 16 November 2015 in Düsseldorf, Prof. Alexander Thomas and his research team presented a new study on the effects of international youth work on the vocational education of young persons. The study suggests that the results, like those of the previous study on long-term impacts, will play a key role in raising awareness of the effects of international youth work. [read more]

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Maria Schwille

A PLAN FOR INTERNATIONAL YOUTH WORK: New Project for Municipalities Has Started

The aim is to use youth service planning as a device to support municipalities in embedding international youth work and cross-border mobility within their structure. This is intended to integrate international youth work into the content-related and financial planning and decision-making that provides direction for local child and youth services. [read more]

Reinhard Schwalbach

Eurodesk Spain: Evaluation and planning – ready for 2015!

From 19 to 21 November 2014, the Spanish Eurodesk network met at CEULAJ (the Euro-Latin American Centre for Youth) in Molina. CEULAJ is the central residential training centre for young people of INJUVE, the Spanish Youth Institute. Eurodesk innovations and plans for 2015 were introduced and there was critical discussion of last year's work. [read more]

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Reinhard Schwalbach

Eurodesk Europe: advice and discussion on the parameters of future work

The Eurodesk Europe Network meeting took place in Riccione, Italy, from 6 to 9 November 2014 and, 10 months after the start of the European Erasmus+ Programme, decided on the parameters for the coming years. The Eurodesk Network is an information and advisory structure in the field of youth mobility, funded by Erasmus+. The Eurodesk General Assembly was held at the same time. [read more]

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