We are intercultural! International youth exchange from April 13 to 19

/ May 13, 2019/ Allgemein

We are intercultural! was the motto of the international youth exchange between Finland, France and Germany. They dealt with the topic of interculturality. Especially after the events in Chemnitz in summer 2018 it was important to show the young people how profitable it is to have friends in other countries. “I think it’s great that I speak English all the

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Fast feet, slow food – international youth exchange from April 22 to 27

/ May 13, 2019/ Allgemein

Three groups from Greece, Poland and Germany met here in Leipzig after their first encounter in Thessaloniki, Greece. Thanks to the project wir weit weg the German youngsters themselves helped organising the program. The participants, from 13 to 17 years old, spent a week full of workshops, activities and much fun. The theme of this project is Fast feet- Slow

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International Work Annual Review 2018:

/ January 8, 2019/ Allgemein

As a team of the International Work of the KINDERVEREINIGUNG Leipzig e.V. we brought together in 2018 79 young people from Leipzig, Frohburg (county of Leipzig) and Chemnitz with 179 young people from other European countries and encouraged them to participate in international youth exchanges. We want to continue doing so in 2019. “Portugal was great. I told my mom

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Our homepage is becoming multilingual!

/ December 17, 2018/ Allgemein

We are really happy to have the second time a European Volunteer on our Team. Claudia from Spain loves languages and is a translator. That is great, because it allows us to translate our Website, which we will start today.

Training course ,”Game Zone – Developing an inclusive society through games”

/ October 15, 2018/ Allgemein

How do you become a game developer? Three young people from Leipzig were able to find answers to this question during an international professional exchange in Malta. From 27 September to 4 October they took part in the project “Game Zone: Developing an inclusive society through games”.  The encounter of professionals was organised by the Malta UNESCO Youth Association. Participants

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