Political dialogue

The workshops are almost over, and today the participants will present the results to the politicians who were invited to join us.

During the discussion, everyone will be able to speak up and share his/her own ideas with:

  • Kerstin Kassner, MdB Fraktion DIE LINKE /  Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
    (Member of Parliament Bundestag Germany)
  • Ann Christin von Allwörden, MdL CDU-Landtagsfraktion / Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Member of Parliament Landtag MV)
  • Jascha Dopp, Chief of Unit European Affairs, Innenministerium MV
  • Ingo Trusheim, Boardmember of LJR M-V / Landesjugendfeuerwehr M-V
  • Tobias Packhäuser, Boardmember of LJR M-V / ver.di Jugendsekretär

This is one of the picture entering the #iloveyourcountry competition. To know the rules, click HERE.

This is one of the picture entering the #iloveyourcountry competition. To know the rules, click HERE.

#iloveyourcountry competition

We had so much fun trying food and drinks from other countries, and learning a little bit of history, art and culture during the international night.

We all made amazing posters showing our country to the other participants, so now it’s time to vote!


Join our competition and let one of the countries win the prize as the BEST of this youth camp!

Rules are easy:

  • pick your favourite country. It can be yours or one of the others, it doesn’t matter;

  • write a comment about the country choosen. It could be about something you already know, something you learnt during the past few days, or something that breaks stereotypes;

  • all the comments have to be left by Saturday at 12 pm;

  • a jury will choose the most original comment and the country related to it will be the winner;

  • the winning country will be announced on Sunday, receiving a special prize.

Ex. I comment Sweden. My comment is choosen as the best. Sweden is the winner.

Are you ready to join the competition? Don’t be shy, get involved!!

#OMOH18: our participants

Our youngsters involved in this youth exchange are between the age of 16 and 25, and they come from different countries: Germany, Spain, Finland, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine.

They are here to try to find answers to these common questions: can Europe really be a network of creative, social and intercultural interactions for youngsters? Is it possible to create an European future together? What vision do the young people have of Europe? Can refugees be included into any youth organisation? If yes, how?

While discussing on these topics, they also have fun playing music, sports and express themselves in any kind of art on the beach, since the hostel is really close to the coast.

At the end of the week, we will collect all the results and have a final discussion, highlighting also some political aspects.