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The Project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commences in Italy

The Project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commences in Italy

On Sunday, 22nd of October 2017, the project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes” commenced in the Southern Italian town of Cosenza: As part of a strategic partnership, seven partner organisations in the field of adult education from five countries will closely collaborate until November 2019 in order to reach one goal: A practically-oriented country comparison […]

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What does the Ruhr area think about Europe? – The European column commences

What does the Ruhr area think about Europe? – The European column commences

IBB e.V. always works on overcoming boundaries. With our new European column, we react to the re-establishment of borders within the European Union, and the EU as a project for peace being increasingly questioned by many people. Since September we tell the stories of people describing their everyday experiences in and with Europe. Stories inspiring […]

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IBB starts International Project “Europe4Refugees – Follow the Routes”

“Green light” for a new European long-term project: In September 2017, the International Association for Education and Exchange (IBB e.V.) in Dortmund can start their work on the project “Europe4Refugees – follow the routes”, as part of a strategic partnership. Seven partner organisations in the field of adult education from five countries will closely collaborate […]

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“Pimp my Europe” in Weimar

“Pimp my Europe” in Weimar

Youths develop perspectives for a democratic Europe without exclusion – this is the goal of the ewoca partner-project “Pimp my Europe”. In February, the active youths organised a youth conference at the State Parliament in Dusseldorf, and, together with politicians, discussed their hopes and ideas. Now the participants continue their work at a four-day workshop: […]

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Active for an Open Europe

Active for an Open Europe

From Finland to Greece, from Scotland to Turkey: From the 16th to the 20th of March representatives of 42 youth work institutions from 17 European countries meet in Hattingen. As part of the international congress, they work in preparation for a total of 14 international youth workcamps, where they will be taking a stand for […]

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