Caren Marks
Caren Marks delivering her opening remarks at the kick-off conference for “VISION:INCLUSiON – Shaping inclusive international youth work” BildImage: Bettina Ausserhofer

Cathrin Piesche

Strengthening inclusion in international youth work

How can international youth work become inclusive? The project VISION:INCLUSiON aims to build on existing project outcomes, using good practices and more input from target groups, to develop more inclusive international youth work activities. Caren Marks opened the project’s kick-off conference in Berlin. [read more]

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Stephanie Bindzus

Learning by Leaving Conference 2018: Shaping the future of European mobility networks

The 2018 Learning by Leaving conference brought together more than a hundred mobility experts from all over Europe who met in Cologne, Germany to share their extensive knowledge and expertise – and use their passion, creativity and great sense of humour to shape the future of European mobility networks. The key is as simple as it is effective: get to know each other, share best practices, and use existing foundations to build something new together. [read more]

Eine Gruppe von Menschen sitzt im Kreis und unterhält sich.
BildImage: Christian Herrmann   Lizenz: INT 4.0 – Namensnennung CC BY 4.0

Christian Herrmann

North Africa networking day: Moving the dialogue ahead

Youth exchange stakeholders in Germany, Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt plan to create a stronger network and strengthen the dialogue about their activities, also at the national level. These are the main conclusions drawn by participants of the “Dialogue Me To Network” conference in Tunis in 2017. On 8 November 2018, a number of stakeholders met in Königswinter, Germany, to continue the conversation. [read more]

A mqan and a woman are standing on a stage.
BildImage: Christian Herrmann   Lizenz: INT 4.0 – Namensnennung CC BY 4.0

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]

Mehrere behinderte und nicht-behinderte Menschen reden miteinander.
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Christian Herrmann

VISION:INCLUSiON discusses inclusion on international level

How can international youth work become inclusive? The IJAB project VISION:INCLUSiON will further develop possible answers in an international context. Interested organisations will have the opportunity to intensify the exchange during a conference and a match-making seminar at the end of November. Registration is now open! [read more]

Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer von "New Narratives" reden miteinander.
BildImage: Christian Herrmann

Christian Herrmann

German-Turkish exchanges in diverse and polarised societies

Given the recent political turbulence, do youth exchanges between Germany and Turkey still have a future? The conference “Different Views – New Narratives”, which took place on 25-28 June 2018 in Berlin, concluded that indeed they do. The event was an opportunity for an open dialogue and for partnership-building between civil society groups from both countries. [read more]

Perspectives on Youth
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Susanne Klinzing

Perspectives on Youth publishes Issue on "Young People in a digitalised World"

Perspectives on Youth is a publication on youth policy, research and practice supported by the Youth Partnership, a shared initiative by the Council of Europe and the European Union. The recently published issue 4 deals with participation in the digitalised world and IJAB authors contributed significantly to it. [read more]

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Ulrike Werner

Everyone’s invited! Successful inclusion in international youth work

Last summer, Lisa took part in an international exchange in the Czech Republic. Not very exciting, you say? Actually it is, because Lisa is deaf and inclusive youth exchanges are still quite a rarity. The inclusion strategy for international youth work – recently published by IJAB – is designed to change that. [read more]

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