Internationales Jugendcamp 2015
Start date: Jan 1, 2015,
End date: Aug 31, 2015
In an international youth camp 2015, 60 young people met from the Czech Republic and Saxony. Approximately 50% of participants come from economically / socially disadvantaged structures and would otherwise have no opportunity to earn their own intercultural experiences. The youth spent a week full of activities. They met and were led in smaller, binational occupied sporting groups and other activities through. Content the camp served to promote democracy and tolerance. Participants have besuchz the Military History Museum in Dresden and held talks with political representatives. Furthermore, a visit to the former concentration camp Sachsenburg was held. Following the visit of the former. KZ young people worked in thematic workshops on discrimination and persecution / historical awareness and youth-friendly memorial design. Here you have the TeinehmerInnen ideas developed as a place of remembrance and reminder (KZ) can be configured so that these can be used as a democratic learning workshop for young people. These results will then be integrated in the future design of the memorial at the former concentration camp Sachsenburg and thus contribute to giving young people access to altergesrechten historical events. Based on the historical events, the young people should recognize the importance of a democratic and peaceful Europe is for the future.
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