Sorry for writing in German but we have been informed about a tool wich is only available in German. But you can use the website mentioned below to find out ways to come to Germany which might be interesting for you as well.
Wer sich also grundsätzlich dafür interessiert, ins Ausland zu gehen und einen guten Überblick über verschiedene Programme und Möglichkeiten erhalten möchte, der ist bei http://www.rausvonzuhaus.de bestens aufgehoben. Die komplette Website informiert Euch über diverse Programme und Angebote ins Ausland zu gehen, interkulturelle Erfahrungen zu sammeln und sich weiterzuqualifizieren.
Wem die Suche durch diese ganze Seite zu mühselig ist, der kann ein neues Tool benutzen – den Auslandsberater. Hier könnt Ihr Euch durch ein kleines Programm klicken und Eure Wünsche und Daten eingeben. Am Ende steht dann ein Vorschlag, welche Programme alle für Eure Ansprüche in Frage kommen. Viel Spaß!
It has just ended: This years last young editors seminar. The seminar has just put its results online. Topic: Sustainability, Development Assistance, Poverty and personal commitment. It has been a great week… with a lot of work and little fun 😉
See the result for yourself: http://ehm201011.web-sz.de/zeitung.php?
Check out some more online newspapers under: www.seminarzeitung.de
Thanks to Micha Stalp and Thomas Krohn for their great effort and for doing tons of work behind the scenes!
During our European youth gathering in November 2011 with six countries from all over Europe we were dealing with the issue of Web 2.0 or as it is put nowadays correctly social media. We focused on different tools and applications. We discussed these tools, analyzed them, used them and worked around the whole topic.
During the gathering we got the chance to talk to an expert from “mediaman”. Thank you very much again Pia Johannson. mediaman is an agency dealing with digital communication and they cooperate with various big enterprises and get them used to social media in their internal and external communication strategy.
The presentation given by Pia Johannson was very good. If you want to look at it again or develop own ideas from it you can have a look at the presentation again. You can find it here:
Enjoy and use it and give Pia Johannson some comments to her work.
Just two weeks ago we had a fantastic European youth gathering with a Croatian delegation (content was Web 2.0 /social media – by the way). Now we have good news for our Croatian partners concerning the prospect of joining the EU pretty soon.
The European Commission released progress reports about the candidate countries and Croatia is doing pretty good. There are expectations that the negotiations can be closed in the next EU presidency from January to June 2011 (Hungary will have the presidency then).
You can read more on the enlargement website of the European commission. Find these information here:
Good luck. Hopefully the next time we see us all as EU member states!!!!
The European Union has launched “Tounge stories“. This is a European competiton where you can participate if you have a good story about the importance of language in the EU.
It is not about a highflying essay on academic level. You can be as creative as possible. This competition could be very funny for you, your schoolclass together with your frinds whatsoever…
You can submit your idea till January 31st 2011.
Check our the rules and participate. And if you have done let us know. Have fun.
In case you haven’t heard of it yet: The next generation of the Youth programme of th European Union will be (hopefully) launched after the current programme Youth in Action will expire by the end of 2013.
The programme is a great tool for multinational youth gatherings and offers also a great variety of European experiences for you personally.
The European Commission is currently asking you about the structure of the next programme generation. So you can include your opinions and points of view.
This online public consultation is available in all official languages of the EU and can be found on:
I just started to gather interesting & useful websites with information about the European Union and corresponding topics. If you come across such resources let me know and I’ll add them to the link list on the left side of the blog – thank you!!!!
as social media is getting more and more interesting for our work we’ll try to blog here as much as possible, give you inside views in our work, share experiences with you and build up a vivid network around the European youth education “think europe” in the Europe House Marienberg.
Feel free to comment as much as possible to share your opinion and your ideas. Let me remind you on our Facebook page. Over 600 people already do like it and use the page.
Basic information can be found on the official website of the Europe House Marienberg
I hope this blog will develop in a good way and might be useful for you!