Local Digital Training Course:

Democracy under Surveillance


14-19 December 2020


Countries: Germany

This digital project focused on current conflicts in Eastern Europe and media coverage of these situations. The programme of the project consisted of 3 Zoom-meetings with international experts, journalists and youth worker from Belarus, Poland and Russia, and the discussion in the closed Telegram channel of the project


The topic-highlights:

  • The main concepts of democracy, peace building and human rights;
  • The political situation in Germany, Poland, Belarus and Russia;
  • Mechanisms of work of current media and its functions on the example of the digital, video and print media;
  • Various tools for media creation in order to avoid being tricked by fake content.
  • Techniques to verify the reliability of information, the difference between true news from conjectures, assumptions and rumors.
  • Manipulation and propaganda manifestation in European society.

Online Training Course: Collaboration & Learning in virtual worlds


15 September - 20 October 2020


Countries: Turkey and Germany

The Training Course was a space for discovering the emerging needs
of international youth workers during the pandemic
Trainers provided participants:
• innovative facilitation tools, which help meaningful communication
by hearing all different voices in the group
• numerous digital tools, which enhance effective teamwork and co-creation
non-formal learning methods, which enable participative learning
and community building.
The participants enriched their digital facilitation skills
and digital toolboxes, made new partnerships between Germany and Turkey
and created new virtual youth exchange ideas.

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Youth Exchange: School Everywhere


9-17 March 2020 in Izmir, Turkey


Countries: Romania, Hungary, Turkey, Germany, North Macedonia

During the youth exchange "School everywhere" participants had the opportunity to spend the first days discovering the city of Izmir. They were doing missions related to observing. The project continued in the Bademler village. With other groups they learned how to read a map and created games about orienteering. The groups visited a real Turkish village with 2000 citizens and one of the oldest theaters in Turkey in it. And of course natural, 100% organic food from the village was a great highlight for many participants. Unfortunately this project ended earlier due the coronavirus outbreak. 

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Seminar: Remembrance Culture – Fighting against Antisemitism in Europe


Phase 2. 21-27 February 2020 in Hattingen, Germany


Countries: Germany, Russia, Poland

In February 2020 there was another meeting in Hattingen between the three partner organizations, where the results of the local work were presented to the public again. The final phase of the project in the form as a seminar was addressed to the youth work forces who have worked with the young participants during the local projects, because in the last phase of the project the results were made applicable to other youth work organizations in Europe, for others to sensitize young people and to immunize them against anti-semitism. Sensitization and immunization, from our point of view, play a major role, as antisemitism also contributes to the loss of common European values. more

Structured Dialogue:

EUnify! - Ausgrenzung? Nein danke!


January in Hagen, Germany and Brussels, Belgium


Countries: Germany, Belgium

The project helped participants to understand better the exclusion of minorities in today's society in the context of European history. They learned how violence and injustice experiences can arise and what they can mean for those affected, if necessary also in their own environment.


"EUnify!" consists of two phases:

1) Local: 2 days of action during which the young participants acquired a common basic knowledge of the history of exclusion in Europe.

2) An excursion to Brussels, where yougsters visited the House of European History and the European Parliament.

After the dialogue between the EU politician and the participants, the plenary session of the European Parliament was looked at together. This was followed by a joint evening with the Belgian partner group of Jeugdhuis' t Schab.


The project reached a total of about 80 participants, most of whom have a migrant and/or a socially deprived background.