The ILEU team wishes you a good start into 2021!
The new year has started very quietly and Corona will be with us for a while! Be curious about what awaits you this year at ILEU and with the Danube-Networkers. You can find our current projects here.
Come together! Connecting people in times of Corona by Culture
The Danube-Networkers in Ulm encourage people to join the COME TOGETHER session by video conference to enjoy the community and culture. We sing, make music or present lyrics as listeners or active participants.
The sessions take place regularly.
Check out more about how we connect cultures, how we strengthen solidarity and how we like to meet each other even in times of the corona crisis.
vitruelly connected – senior citizens in Baden-Württemberg
The pilot project VIVES@bw „Zusammenkommen – ohne Grenzen“ (Coming together – without borders) is about finding out how seniors can use the new media to exchange information with others about topics of their interest directly via a video platform. Share knowledge, discuss interesting questions, explore new things together. Not much is needed for this: PC or laptop with camera and microphone, alternatively a tablet or smartphone and internet access. ILEU e.V. organises interest-related activities by and for senior citizens, volunteers and other interested parties.
Christmas time is a special time, a time we usually spend with family and friends. Due to the corona crisis it is not possible for many of us to celebrate Christmas the way we did before. That is why the Danube Networkers and friends have prepared something special for you – a digital advent calendar. Click of the number of the day starting from the 1st of December. Behind every little box there is a unique Christmas-themed contribution from a country in Europe with warm greetings, to brighten your day. There are many Christmas contributions and traditions to discover, under the motto “United in Diversity”.
We wish you a lot of fun getting to know different cultures and traditions every day!
„Connecting Danube Neighbours“, financed by the Ministery of State Baden-Wuerttemberg
„Discovering European Neighbours in the Third Age“ co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
European project „Building Bridges for Europe“ – ideas and inspiration for educators and committed Europeans
Within the framework of the Erasmus+ partnership „Building bridges for Europe“ (BBE), nine project partners from six European countries (Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy) have created an online toolbox with projects and applied methods that strengthen European awareness and critical thinking of participants in the projects and help to break down prejudices against others.
Conference and the Partner Meeting “Sharing beyond borders”
The conference was a complete success and can still be viewed on the website.