Human Rights- and DemocracyEducation - in the educational sector.

This series collects various programmes for DemocracyEducation especially for young people. In this process we strive to strengthen the existing commitment of teachers and pedagogues.
The DemocracyEducation takes place through a competence training in the area of the children's and human rights. Creating access to active participation for young people takes place through peer-to-peer educational programs, as well as through art, creative expression and social commitment.
Education for democracy is a central task for schools and youth education - democracy and democratic action can and must be learned. Children and adolescents should experience the advantages, benefits and opportunities of democracy at an early age and recognize that basic democratic values such as freedom, justice, solidarity and tolerance must never be disputed - even in times of profound social change.
(Excerpt: Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, 6 March 2009)



Practical training for young Children’s & Human Rights mentors

FUTURE VOICE offers young people between the age of 12 to 27 the opportunity to become a Children’s /Human Rights mentor. The training is completed with a practical experience and an official certificate.

We are currently planning workshops in Berlin and further federal states of Germany, in cooperation with experienced partners.

The programme builds on 15 years of FUTURE VOICE experience in inspiring young people for Children’s /Human Rights and related values, such as respect, global thinking and justice.

Youths for Youths | Age 12 to 14 years

Time frame: April to August 2019

In our current workshop, for the age group 12 to 14 years, we train eight young girls with a refugee background to become young children's rights mentors.

The workshop runs in cooperation with:

Wir im Brunnenviertel e.V.



The workshop is funded by:

Aktionsfonds, Demokratie in der Mitte