The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) financially supports your projects and helps you with organizational and administrative issues. Here you will find information about funding conditions and available amounts, as well as useful information to make a successful application.
The most important information about administrative aspects
Would you like to organize an extracurricular exchange with partners from France and Germany? Work with German and French associat...
Organize youth meetings around culture and the arts
Do you organize activities in the fields of music, drama, cinema, dance, painting or another art form? Bring together young talent from different countries. During an extracurricular cultural exchange, the participants work on a creative project with like-minded children and teenagers and get to know the culture and language of the partner country.
Organize a youth exchange with participants from France and Germany with a focus on music, drama, dance, cinema, photography and o...
Organize youth meetings around science and technology
Do you want to give children and young people an opportunity to interact with their peers from France and Germany and to learn more about topics like physics, geography, computer science, or multimedia? The FGYO supports intercultural exchanges projects about innovation and technology.
Are you working at a sports club and interested in getting involved in international youth sports? Canoeing, kayaking, handball or...
Organize youth meetings within the framework of city partnerships
Do you have a partner organization active in a Franco-German city partnership? The FGYO supports your projects. These youth exchanges organized together with partners from France and Germany are a great experience for the participants and strengthen civil society.
Do you want to get involved in international projects in the framework of or in cooperation with French and German city partnershi...
Organize an exchange in cooperation with a school
Would you like to organize a project with partners from France and Germany, which goes beyond the framework of a classic extracurricular group exchange? With Focus, the FGYO promotes projects of schools and associations which combine aspects and activities of formal and non-formal education. Innovative projects initiated by young people under 21 can also join the Young Europeans Award.
Benefit from the advantages of formal and non-formal education through FOCUS.
Organize an educational programme or a training course
By offering educational programs and training courses based on approaches and methods that help facilitators and other youth work professionals to develop their pedagogic, linguistic and intercultural skills, you are laying the groundwork for future successful international youth exchanges. The FGYO supports you by funding your projects and also provides a wide range of educational materials and methods.