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GBYEN is an inclusive platform that facilitates interdisciplinary activities and connects organizations and institutions promoting youth exchange. It helps them to grow and learn from each other. We are open to new members joining us – do reach out and get in touch!

CSG

Carl-Schirren-Gesellschaft e.V. - Das Deutschbaltische Kulturwerk

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DAAD

DAAD Informationszentrum Riga

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DBJW

Zukunftsstiftung DBJW

DKI

Deutsches Kulturinstitut 

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DbJuStR

Deutschbaltischer Jugend- und Studentenring

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TVDE

Tartuer Verein der Deutschen in Estland

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LDV

Litauischer Deutschlehrerverband

The Lithuanian German Teachers' Association unites 120 German language teachers and lecturers in Lithuania. The association was founded in 1992. The Association is a member of the World Association of Teachers and Lecturers in German (Internationaler Deutschlehrerinnen- und Deutschlehrerverband). The Association organises teacher training, the Baltic German Teachers' and Lecturers' Conference, the Baltic German Olympiad, annual conferences, seminars and training courses, publishes the methodological publication "Miteinander" and cooperates with the German-Baltic Future Foundation.

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EELK

Ev.-luth. Deutsche Erlösergemeinde in Estland (Ev.-luth. German congregation of the Redeemer in Estonia)

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DLVL

Deutschlehrerverband Lettland

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Volksbund

Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V.

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EDLV

The EDLV was founded in 1992 and currently has 134 members. EDLV is a member of the International Association of German Teachers (1993) and a member of the Estonian Foreign Language Teachers Association (2009).

Some aims and tasks:

• Promotion of the German language and culture in public

• Promotion of cooperation between German teachers

• Implementation of the training events in Estonia

• Cooperation with other cultural and language mediators in Estonia and abroad

• Representation of the interests of the association members in various commissions

The Estonian Association of Teachers of German (Eesti Saksa Keele Õpetajate Selts)

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DAAD Club

The Lithuanian DAAD club unites the former holders of the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst – German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship who did scientific or research work for a longer or shorter period of time, studied or worked on probation in Germany. The Lithuanian DAAD club is a voluntary, social, non-political, non-profit organization. It seeks not only to rally the former grant- holders of the DAAD in Lithuania, to maintain international links with German organizations and unions of former grant-holders in other countries, but also to help the students of Lithuanian higher schools who want to get the DAAD scholarship and study at German higher schools.

Lithuanian DAAD Club (Lietuvos DAAD klubas)

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ZfA

Zentrale für Auslandsschulwesen

JA Eesti

JA Estonia (JA Eesti)

Founded in 1919 in Springfield, Massachusetts, Junior Achievement is a global non-profit youth organization dedicated to improving work readiness, financial literacy and entrepreneurship among students ages 5 to 25. To achieve this mission, Junior Achievement partners with local businesses, schools and organizations around the world. Today, Junior Achievement is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, but has a presence in more than 110 countries.

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DBJW Estonia MTÜ 

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Klubs "Māja"

Club "The House"

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Lietuvos moksleivių sąjunga

Lithuanian School Student Union

The Lithuanian School Students' association is a public, voluntary, non-profit organization whose goal is to represent and unite Lithuanian school students, forming national and regional education and youth policy.

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Lietuvos jaunimo organizacijų taryba

Lithuanian Youth Council

The largest NGO in Lithuania, which unifies national youth organizations and municipality youth organization councils.

Vision: The main partner of the society, government, science and business in order to empower young people to create the future of Lithuania and Europe.

Mission: As a platform for dialogues, in order to represent the interests of lithuanian youth organizations and initiatives, we aspire for relevant changes.

Strategic directions: The representation of youth and youth organizations based on knowledge and facts and the formation of youth policy; the consolidation of membership and internal cooperation; the development of LiJOT; Youth empowerment.

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 Громадська організація "Спілка жінок Львівщини"

NGPO Women's Union of Lviv Region

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Youth Department YUC

Youth Ukrainian Changes

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Pärnumaa Kutsehariduskeskus

Pärnumaa Vocational Education Centre (PVEC)

Pärnumaa Vocational Education Centre (PVEC), which today has 140 employees, 1100 students and 2000 adult learners, was established in 2003 by merging three vocational schools of the region Pärnu Vocational Centre, Sindi Industrial Centre and Tihemetsa Agricultural Centre. Their aim is to provide a competitive vocational competence, knowledge and skills for working life and further studies. PVEC’s mission is to train competitive professionals and provide a recognised learning environment.

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Eesti Kunstiakadeemia

Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA)

The Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA) was founded in Tallinn in 1914 and was for a long time the only art school in Estonia. Today, with 1144 students and 265 employees, EKA is the only public university in Estonia offering higher education in art, design, architecture, media, art history and conservation-restoration. EKA’s core values are to provide a contemporary and creative study environment, to maintain a respectful and constructive atmosphere, and to ensure continuity through environmental friendliness.

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Österreichische Botschaft Tallinn

Austrian Embassy of Tallinn

The Austrian Embassy of Tallinn was established in the year 1997, but a Consulate of Austria was already established in 1922 in the first period of Estonian independence. The Austrian Embassy of Tallinn provide a full range of consular services to local, Austrian, and international citizens in Estonia. It is one of 357 consular and diplomatic representations of Austria worldwide. The Austrian Embassy in Tallinn offers information on holiday and business travel to Estonia, as well as information on studying in Estonia or Austria.

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Tartu Ülikool,  Germanistika

Tartu University, German Department

The Department of German Studies at the University of Tartu offers the opportunity to study German language, literature and culture at all three levels of higher education, from undergraduate to doctoral level. In addition, the Department of German Studies offers a variety of German language courses for language enthusiasts. Their main areas of research are Baltic German language and culture, translation, cultural didactics and German literature. The Department of German Studies also has a long-standing and active cooperation with the Universities of Göttingen and Potsdam, and they attach great importance to their students spending a semester abroad in Germany. They also offer German language tests in cooperation with the DAAD.

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Klaipėdos Vokiečių Bendrija

Association of Germans in Klaipeda

The Association of Germans in Klaipėda unites the inhabitants of the Memel region. The association currently has over 300 members. The association organises various cultural events and German courses. The association choir rehearses and gives concerts here and the youth group meets here. Business meetings and friendship evenings with representatives of various nationalities also take place in the Simon Dach House. There are close links with the Hermann-Sudermann-Gymnasium, where the association's traditional Easter and Christmas parties are held. The German Culture Days are an important event both in the life of the association and in the city of Klaipeda, providing a deeper insight into modern German culture, the history of East Prussia and the activities of the association.

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House of Diversity Education

The NGO “House of diversity and education” seeks to promote human rights in education with a focus on comprehensive sexuality education, not only for students but also for teachers and parents who lack substantial knowledge, experience, and courage.
Some of our goals:

  • Enable teachers, parents, and guardians to feel comfortable and secure when exposed to sexuality education topics

  • Enhance the skills of education and mental health specialists and empower them to deliver high-quality services.

  • Provide everyone with reproductive rights and access to sexual health services. 

  • Foster knowledge about diversity and inclusion.

  • Ensure LGBT bullying and discrimination prevention education, and guide school communities to creating a safe environment for everyone.  

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