Our project series offer you the opportunity to work more intensively on current European topics and gain your own practical experience. You will receive advice from experts and speak with politicians and activists.
Since 2009, we are active in both general and vocational schools with our peer-project in order to establish a youth-compatible and interactive room for dialogue on Europe that fosters participation-orientated learn-and teaching culture which includes Young People in their education process.
As part of the German chairmanship of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), our peer trainers from all over Europe developed educational materials in German, English and Russian on the subject of security.
Together with the Leo Baeck Institute – New York| Berlin 2018, the Young Jury of the Margot-Friedländer-Prize was able to try and develop pedagogical material for youth-compatible usage of the online-calendar of the Project1938.
Videos of young People in two european countries who are active in their society and make an Iimpact.
Video-Interview: Frank-Walter Steinmeier
“Mr. Steinmeier, which Europe would you like to live in?” A conversation between our young media team and Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the German-Dutch Forum 2017.
Video Dispatches from Hamburg
Students and trainees of the Burgstraße Vocational School (Hamburg), from the participation dialogue, making their demands for the 2017 Bundestag election.
Video-Interview: Bert Koenders
“Mr. Koenders, what role do German-Dutch relations play in the context of Europe?” A conversation between our young media team and Bert Koenders, then Foreign Minister of the Netherlands, at the German-Dutch Forum 2017.
The students of the Louis-Baare Vocational College (Bochum) from the participation dialogue, making their demands for the 2017 Bundestag election.
The students of the Max Beckmann High School (Berlin) from the participation dialogue, are making their demands for the 2017 Bundestag election.
Video Trailer of the film project “Mix It!”
„What is security and what does it mean to me?”
This short video is used as an introduction to the discussion and is part of the seminar material on the topic of security. Do we have to restrict our freedoms to ensure safety? How do we want to preserve and promote freedom and security in the future?