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.
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.
We look for local hosts in Ulm for international guests from the Danube countries from July 9th till 12th 2020
The ILEU e.V. office and the Danube-Networkers from Ulm are planning various activities in the frame of the Danube festival 2020, to which will be invited more than 80 international guests from the Danube countries. We are looking for local hosts from Ulm to make a special kind of encounter possible.
Activities planned within the Danube festival Ulm/Neu-Ulm 2020
- daytime: arrival of the guests, kick-off event, city tour
- evening: visit the civil society tent on the Danube festival
- morning: conference on the topic „Aging along the Danube“ followed by workshops
- evening: social evening with dancing, singing and food
- morning: visit of local civil society groups and voluntary institutions
- afternoon: performance programme on the Danube stage.
On Sunday, 12.07.
- morning: 3rd Danube-Bridge-Breakfast will take place on the Herdbrücke, with delicious culinary temptations from various Danube countries
- afternoon/evening: main departure day of our international guests
The citizens of Ulm and hosts are cordially invited to all these events!
The new projects have started:
„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.