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German-Polish “Jugendwerk” Youth Office Celebrates its 25th Birthday in Warsaw

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the international youth organisation known as the German-Polish “Jugendwerk” (DPJW). And there’s plenty to celebrate at the DPJW, which was founded on 17 June 1991, roughly at the same time as the signing of the German-Polish Border Treaty establishing friendly relations between the Republic of Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany.

Among the invited guests at the festivities will be partner organisations, team members, friends and supporters drawn from politics and administration. Together with their guests from Germany and Poland, the DPJW will take a look back at the past 25 years and explore the myriad of things that can be achieved as part of German-Polish youth exchange programmes.

The “Camp Together Wroclaw” gathering, which will run from 6–11 June as part of the celebrations surrounding Wroclaw’s tenure as European Capital of Culture 2016, will also highlight these exchanges.


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Berlin 10 °C




Teatr Studio, plac Defilad 1, Warsaw


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