Djerba, November 21 to 28
Youth workers and volunteers of youth work from Germany and Tunisia can practice tools for political participation and learn methods to teach these tools to young people.
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 competences of the trainers were evaluated with 1.35.
Claus Sixt political scientist, former member of the city council of Landshut and former assistant of a deputy of the Bavarian Parliament.
Nele Wolfram former member of the city council of Plauen and project manager of Impuls Boost Camps
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 flights 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.
This project is submitted for funds of the Federal Foreign Office and the Bavarian State Chancellery. We expect that the project will be approved at the end of April.
In 2017 this training was funded by the Foreign Office in the context of the transformation partnership Tunisia Germany and the Bavarian State Chancellery in the context of the Bavarian-Tunisian Action Plan.