FGYO Young Ambassadors
There are around 100 Junior Ambassadors dedicated to Franco-German friendship; they represent the FGYO on location at events held throughout all of the states and regions.
FGYO info points
Explore the FGYO’s programme offers through our partner institutions and organisations. There you will find all relevant information on mobility programmes and other FGYO activities.
mobiklasse.de / FranceMobil
Lots of young, motivated lecturers are available in the neighbouring country, providing playful inspiration to school classes about their own language and culture and informing them about exchange programmes.
Educational staff provide valuable links between independent associations in youth work and the FGYO. They play an important role in implementing Franco-German and international mobility projects.
State representatives and the correspondantes and correspondants régionaux
As contacts for international youth exchange in the federal states and regions, country representatives make a significant contribution to promoting Franco-German youth exchange. They are also responsible for processing applications.
Partners appointed by the respective states in the state ministries of culture strive to continuously improve foreign-language instruction in schools. They also promote cooperation and mutual exchange with countries both within and beyond the European Union.
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Studierendenwerke / CNOUS
Student unions – Studierendenwerke in Germany and the CNOUS/CROUS in France – are tasked with improving students’ everyday lives in social, economic, cultural and health terms.
Diversity and participation
‘Diversity and participation’ networks show young people who to date have had little or no access to mobility programmes or exchange projects the ways in which they can participate in Franco-German or trilateral encounters.
Working with a partner
The ‘Work with a partner’ programme seeks to deepen intercultural cooperation between organisations in Germany and France. ‘Work with a partner’ gives young people an opportunity to gain their first career experience in a club or institution in the partner country.
CEE, SEE and Maghreb Networks and their regional advisers
Four regional advisors support the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), South Eastern Europe (SEE) and Maghreb networks with their expertise and contribute to deepening the encounters.