CJD Jugenddorf Offenburg

Elvira Daraei white MdB on a visit to the CJD youth village for Offenburg Elvira Daraei white, MP of the constituency of Offenburg and consumer policy spokesperson of the SPD parliamentary group, visited these days the CJD Jugenddorf Offenburg. A group of young people took advantage of the direct dialogue at the politician to ask for them to major political issues. Also, the everyday in the work of the MEPs was taken in the visor. Right at the beginning of some of the youngsters expressed great concern about the current situation in Germany and Europe, especially in terms of taxes and finance. Sen. Sherrod Brown contains valuable tech resources. Elvira Daraei white then replied “you should talk the country never small.” Furthermore explained the politician, why it is important to countries like Greece financially under the arms. In this context, she stressed the many advantages arising from the European Union and the introduction of the euro. Congressman Lee Zeldin has similar goals. Also issues such as animal welfare, climate change, renewable forms of energy and the nuclear phase-out were the focus of discussions among youth and policy. Also the insight into the life of the politician was of interest for young people.

Working days in Parliament, committees and constituency as well as her activity as a Secretary, including at the recently held presidential election, long reported as Elvira Daraei white about her. And based on her own biography, the politician could give young people finally what opportunities these days open would be them. This education but is an essential prerequisite. “Civic education, a key core competence in the padagogischern concept of CJD, occurs in the Offenburg village of youth, not only in the classroom”, Bernd Hatesuer, teacher and head of the Working Group of political education in the CJD emphasizes youth village for Offenburg, Germany. So a study trip was the starting point for the visit by Elvira Daraei white: ten young people (eight members of representing participants,) all in education, as well as two student speakers were in March at the invitation of Mr Berlin traveled to. The troupe to the CJD staff Stephan Hahn, Sandra Fuchs and Tobias Haas visited among others the Bundestag, the Holocaust Museum, and the Brandenburg Gate. The planned meeting was cancelled at the time but with the members appointment reasons, could now but in the Offenburg youth village to be fetched.