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Offene Jugendarbeit Hohenems

Offene Jugendarbeit Hohenems

Offene Jugendarbeit Hohenems

Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Str. 61, 6845, Hohenems, Austria


description of organisation

The "Verein Offene Jugendarbeit Hohenems - Association für Youth Work Hohenems" was founded in July 2005. The association is non-commercial and politically unaffiliated. Aim of the association is the advancement of youth work as an additional contribution to youth education provided by schools and other youth-orientated associations. We provide opporunities and activities for young people to discover their own personal aims und limits especially regarding creativity and developing their own personality. Our work should support young people in the phase of adolescence and with the complex task of growing up. To fulfil these tasks our association provide two youth centres (s'Kästle and Fair Future), where young people have the opportunity to socialise or participate in all kind of workshops. The target group are young people between 12 and 18 years old - but also open for "up and down". For example: 10 years old and 20 years old. We also set our focous on young people with migrant origin, young people with disabilities or educational shortcomings and young people facing poverty. We also provide gender specific youth work and offer a special programme for girls every month. We see ourselves as a family.

This organisation is accredited to run projects under Erasmus+ Volunteering and the European Solidarity Corps.

Scope Volunteering

Role Expiry date
PIC no: 947834725 | Last updated on

Organisation topics

Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy)

Social dialogue

Creativity and culture