Youngsters from Bocholt go to Berlin

Youngsters from Bocholt go to Berlin

Bocholt. The jusina eV association (youth welfare and social integration) will soon be organizing an educational trip for young people between the ages of 14-17. From October 11th to 15th it's going to Berlin. In the capital, the 15 participants from different types of schools in Bocholt set out to search for traces of the German-German past.
The program includes, for example, the history of the former GDR. The Wall Museum, the memorial of the former Stasi prison in Berlin-Hohenschönhausen and the Palace of Tears are visited. “In addition, the young people will have time to explore the city on their own and end the day with various group offers,” says Sebastian Schröer, managing director of jusina. The group is accompanied by four jusina employees.
The young people record their impressions in photos and texts and work through the trip thematically with the support of the jusina educators. In this way, the interest of other young people in Bocholt in socially relevant topics should be aroused.
The educational trip is financially supported by the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe. Except for pocket money, there are no costs for the families of the participants.
<>Bereits im Vorjahr veranstaltete jusina e.V. eine Bildungsreise für Jugendliche. Die Fahrt nach Krakau stieß auf so große Resonanz, dass sich der Verein erneut entschloss, das Format durchzuführen.

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