What should Europe look like in the future?
At the European Youth Forum Trogen (EYFT), 100 young people from ten different countries have an unforgettable experience together in the Pestalozzi Children's Village: for a good week they deal intensively with the topic "Future Of Europe".
When the school building becomes a ballroom
Due to the severe weather warnings, the Charity Tavolata took place this time in the school building in the Pestalozzi Children's Village. Despite the rain, the mood was high and the guests enjoyed fantastic vegetarian dishes made from surplus groceries.
Colorful activities for peace
At this year's summer camp "Rebels for Peace", which was dedicated to peace, 129 young people from 7 countries exchanged views on the subject of peace in five different workshops.
Peace, Rain and Facetime
For once, Trogen didn't show its sunny side this August. However, the Summer Camp Colors of Peace did not fall through. The camp was an example that intercultural exchange is essential and can build a community.
Soft ice, sun, summer party
The crowning glory of the summer holidays: The summer festival in the Pestalozzi Children's Village awaited with games, fun, sunshine and soft ice for young and old and showed that the children's village is a place of encounter, inclusion and joy.
On the books, get set, go!
Alison lives in Los Naranjes, a remote community in El Salvador. In her school, teaching takes place in a multi-class system, but the teaching staff lack the necessary pedagogical training.
Back to the school desk
For twelve weeks, nine-year-old Lattanakong spent almost every day in the fields or in his parents' garden. Now school is starting again and Lattanakong swaps the watering can for a pen.