Tuesday, 20th March 2018

Eurocamp 2017

Young people from 40 European countries meet each year for three weeks in Saxony-Anhalt in Germany to take part in a unique project. In joint work and artistic activities they discover European diversity, explore the similarities and differences.

This year the Auslandsgesellschaft Sachsen-Anhalt together with the city of Zeitz, the Evangelische Akademie and the State of Sachsen-Anhalt are organising the 26th Eurocamp. This year’s host is the town of Zeitz in the south of Sachsen-Anhalt.

Between the 5th and 20 August 2017, 70 teenagers from more than 40 European countries are invited to Sachsen-Anhalt to get to know each other while working together on interesting projects and participating in an intercultural programme. During these three weeks, they will learn about the life in different countries and how to tolerate and accept each other.

The participants must be at least 18 years of age, however not older than 25. To be able to communicate well, and in the interest of the implementation of the content, the participant must have at least a basic knowledge of German.

Youths with a special interest in intercultural work or who are already engaged in respective organisations will be considered in particular.

The organiser covers the following expenses:  travel expenses (flat rate), accommodation and expenses in connection with the programme.

Closing date for applications:  29th May 2017

Click here for full information (in German)

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Valletta VLT1465, Malta
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