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From now on, every year young people will have an opportunity to participate in exchange programs in Armenia and Germany. Sergey Gabrielyan

30 October, 2018

Thanks to the cooperation of the New Generation Humanitarian NGO (NGNGO) and the Bavarian Youth Council (BJR), youth from Armenia and Germany will have the opportunity to participate in exchange programs as a youth worker since 2019, says NGNGO President Sergey Gabrielyan, who headed the delegation, travelling to the Federal Republic of Germany to attend the annual meeting of the Bavarian Youth Council.

The main purpose of the visit was signing of a Memorandum by the Presidents of the NGNGO and the BJR for Development of Youth and Youth CSOs.

"Selected Young people will take part in relevant courses and get acquainted with the activities of youth organizations in Germany.

All this will be accompanied by cultural-cognitive visits both in Armenia and Germany to create a complete picture, " said Sergey Gabrielyan.

"Within the framework of the visit, we also visited the BJR Munich Office, as well as we had meetings with a number of youth organizations," said Anahit Mkrtchyan, NGNGO lawyer, underlining that within the framework of the visit for New Generation Humanitarian NGO Several cultural and cognitive visits were also organized, including King Ludwig's 2nd Fortress (Noyshvanshteyn) and the Hitler Concentration Camp in Dachau, where people were held and killed, based on their national or religious affiliation, social status, sexual orientation, and other features

                                                 

On October 17-24, the New Generation Humanitarian NGO representatives visited the Federal Republic of Germany with the financial support of the Bavarian Youth Council.