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A year has passed so quickly and again the impressive festival of the imaginary young people awaits us this coming weekend. Completely organized by the young people themselves, the program once again leaves nothing to be desired. We are looking forward to enriching this event with the photo box. Will you visit us there?
Since it became clear at the end of last year that the Barfüsserplatz would be rebuilt, the team of imagine had to rethink. A new festival place had to be found. The young people made a virtue out of necessity and that's why the imagine festival starts this Friday in the harbour area. A place like made for this occasion.
Another year has passed and the imagine is just around the corner. The young people of the imagine team have come up with a lot of ideas about courage. Of course, we don't want to miss this and offer all festival visitors the opportunity to meet in the photo box and at tschuttiheftli swap meets.
Today is Youth Day. As an organisation for young people, this is a double reason for us to celebrate: Youth Civic Engagement, the overarching focus topic of the UN, is a central method of our work. terre des hommes schweiz has therefore asked young people and young adults why they consider Civic Youth Engagement important? The answers can be found on Youtube...
Just a moment ago there was still a market and a short time later everything is ready: The imagine festival is already in the starting blocks. Next weekend (June 12th/13th) we from terre des hommes schweiz can look forward to a concentrated load of music and youth culture. The motto "Counter-movement: Encounter opens up a lot of scope and, surprisingly, invites you to all kinds of encounters.
Fourteen years ago the youth project imagine was launched. Since then it has grown internationally. Ten years ago the first partner project in Brazil was added. Today, it comprises four youth groups on three continents, who work together to promote more respect and less discrimination.
A brief look at imagine international Kenya by Caroline Buss, Organising Committee imagine international