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International Berlin Seminar

The training activity took place
in Berlin, Germany
organised by JEF Germany
15th March - 18th March 2012

Aims & objectives

The international Berlin seminar seeks to bring together young people interested in European integration and activates them to take action and become part of the process. It addresses people new to the topic and offers a low threshold access to European policy.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

The participants come from all over Europe and are usually 16-21.

Training methods used & main activities

The international Berlin seminar in 2012 used a policy based approach. I was asked to introduce the topic of social policies in Europe. We started off by brainstorming possible social policies and creating a utopic vision of social policies in Europe. Afterwards we looked into existing policies of different stakeholders and had a group discussion the needs of young people in this context. As creative output we created a visualisiation of the topic.

Outcomes of the activity

We created visuals to give an overview of social policy in Europe.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

My responsibility was for the workshop on social policy, its preparation and implementation.

I worked on this training for 4 days as a full time trainer.

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