Projects 2018

Our Projects

1 Youth Parliaments | 2 Political Tools | 3 Are You Really so Political? | 4 A Changing Society

Youth Parliaments. Founding and Operating on International Level.

Landshut, Wednesday 25 July to Friday 3 Aug
Mykolajiw, Saturday 25 Aug to Saturday 1 Sept

We are delighted to announce the call for applications for this project. Learn how to create a youth parliament, how to run it and how to cooperate with youth parliaments in other countries. Moreover you deepen your skills in achieving political goals. Learn how to conduct an interview with participants and politicians as well. Write to decisionmakers your political goals and take part in “Youth debates”. During a meeting in the Bavarian State Chancellery you present your proposals for a cooperation between Bavaria and Ukraine. There will be excursions to youth parliaments, socially committed associations and political institutions or rather parties.

Working language will be English. There will be 12 participants from each country. To apply please submit the Registration Form >>>

Your background

It’s ideal if you are already a member of a Youth Parliament or a similiar body or if you plan to create a youth parliament. In September 2018 you are between 18 and 27 years. Write us if you need to be freed from school or university.

Participation fees

180 € for participants from Germany; 40 € for participants from Ukraine
In the fees are included the accommodation (board and food) and the flights. The travel expenses from your hometown to the airport are not funded. There may be also additional charges for Germans, if your departing airport is not Munich. Expenses on the free day are not included.

Funded by

the Federal Foreign Office and applied for funds of the Bavarian State Chancellery. The project is organised by the Association for European Education (www.europabildung.de).
May 3rd, 2018
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Teaching Political Tools to Young People

Djerba, November 21 to 28 | Manual

Youth workers and volunteers of youth work from Germany and Tunisia are practicing tools for political participation and learn methods to teach these tools to young people

• Learn methods to develope political goals with young people and to use the results for letters to politiciens and foundations.
• Be instructed how to conduct the workshop „Youth Debates“
• Identify, formulate and present political goals with the Bavarian-Tunisian-Actionplan
• Learn criteria for good interviews and train techniques of interviewing.

Working language will be English. There will be 12 participants from each country. To apply please submit the registration form >>>

In 2017 participants evaluated the project with 1.66 on a scale of 1 to 4 (“How did you like the project all in all?”). The competence of the trainers were evaluated with 1.35.

Trainers:

Claus Sixt political scientist, former member of the city council of Landshut and former assistent of a deputy of the Bavarian Parliament.
Nele Wolfram former member of the city council of Plauen and project manager of Impuls Boost Camps

Participation fees

195 € double room / 250 € for a single room for participants from Germany
35 € double room / 90 € for a single room for participants from Tunisia
In the fees are included the accommodation (board and food) and the flight from Munich airport to Djerba (two ways). The travel expenses to and from the airport Munich and these from the Tunisian home towns to the venue are not taken over. There may be also additional charges, if your departing airport is not Munich. Expenses on the free day are not included.

Applied for funds of

of the Federal Foreign Office and the Bavarian State Chancellery. We expect that the funds will be granted at the end of March. In 2017 this training was funded by the Foreign Office in the context of the tranformation partnership Tunisia Germany and the Bavarian State Chancellary in the context of the Bavarian-Tunisian action Plan; organised by the Association of European Education www.europabildung.de

As of 1st of September 17

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Are You Really so Political? – Are You Really so Apolitical?

Korba, Tunisia, September 22 to 29 Sept
2nd part Landshut,Germany, October 24 to November 2

24 young people from from Germany and Tunisia train political participation and deepen their their skills in achieving political goals.

If you are political, you are probably glad that you
• Get an input of interview-techniques and interview participants and politicians
• are instructed how to make a structured debate under time limit (“Youth Debates”)
• Identify, formulate and present political goals with the Bavarian-Tunisian-Actionplan
• Write emails to politicans and decision-makers
• Visit NGOs, parties and institutions like the Bavarian State Chancellery

If you are apolitical, you are probably glad that you can use your deepened skills
• of writing an interview to get free accomodation in hotels. Hotel- or backpacker owners are crazy for interviews.
• of debating to achieve your personal goals
• of writing e-mails to politicians to get an internship or a job.

Working language will be English. To apply please submit the registration form >>>

In 2017 the participants rated the project with 1.33 on a scale of 1 to 4 (“How did you like the project all in all?”). The competence of the trainers were evaluated with 1.25.

Trainers

Claus Sixt political scientist, former member of the city council of Landshut and former assistent of a deputy of the Bavarian Parliament.
Alexander Müller, participant of “Teaching Political Tools to Young People”; trainer of “Are You Really so Political? – Apolitical” in 2017.

Participation fees

180 € for participants from Germany / 110 € for participants from Tunisia
In the fees are included the accommodation (board and food) and the flights from Munich/Djerba (two ways). The travel expenses to and from the airport Munich and these from the Tunisian home towns to the venue are not covered. There may be also additional charges, if your departing airport is not Munich. Expenses on the free day are not included.

Applied for funds of

the Federal Foreign Office and the Bavarian State Chancellery. We expect that the funds will be granted at the end of March. In 2017 this training was funded by the Foreign Office in the context of the tranformation partnership Tunisia Germany and the Bavarian State Chancellary in the context of the Bavarian-Tunisian action Plan; organised by the Association of European Education www.europabildung.de).
As of 18th of December 17
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„A changing society“

Fully booked – please check the other projects

Regensburg, Germany, August 3 to 8
Zarzis, Tunisia, October 19 to 26

Who can take part in the project?

Young people between 18-28 interested in politics, living in Germany and Tunisia.

Topics/program:

• situation in Tunisia and Germany: politics and society
• current changes in societies around the world
• youth/young people in politics
• workshops about the environment and gender equality
• workshop: young people in politics- how to participate in politics, how sucessfully influence politics
• meetings with local organisations and politicians, discussions with politicians
• political activitiies/ demonstrations/ flashmops

How do I apply?

Write a short motivation letter by 1th of April in which you explain why you want to take part.

How much does it cost?

200 € for participants living in Germany; 70 € for participants living in Tunisia
A project by CampusAsyl e.V. and Zarzis Al-Ghalia