Berlin-Camp, Meet the „Kiez“
Berlin has many projects focussing on sustainable living and connecting the people living in each „Kiez“. „Kiez“is a German word that refers to a city neighbourhood, a relatively small community within a larger town. The word is mainly used in Berlin and northern Germany.
We will get to know different places and the story behind them and if possible work with them and/or support the project.
You will live in heated bungalows in the Projekt- und Begegnungsstätte of VJF. In the bungalows you will find your own bathroom with a shower and WC. You will get bed linen, there is no need to bring a sleeping bag with you. You will have the chance to prepare your own meals in a small kitchen at the centre.
The participants are responsible for their own catering. You will buy food and prepare the food yourself in a small kitchen.
You are accommodated in the „Projekt- und Begegnungsstätte“of the Association of Young Volunteers. The small bungalow village is located directly on the banks of the „Langer See“ in Berlin. It’s a quiet place, a bit away from the center of Berlin, but with a good infrastructure.
The free time activities are determined by the participants at the beginning of the camp. Please inform yourself beforehand what you would like to see in Berlin and bring your suggestions with you!
You have to be 18 – 26 years old.
You have to be vaccinated or recovered.
Please bring FFP2-Masks with you.
There will be antigen testing in the camp every 2-3 days.