The weltwärts Coordination Unit at Engagement Global advises organisations on all aspects of the weltwärts programme. Would you like to know more about applications, approval, implementation or interim proof of use? Contact the Coordination Unit for free advice. Get in touch!
weltwärts is as colourful and lively as the diversity of its civil society partners who implement the programme. Every individual place of assignment owes its existence to the commitment and partnership spirit of organisations in Germany and in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oceania and Eastern Europe
The conference is organized by Initiative Christen für Europa e.V. in cooperation with Nadbiskupijski centar za pastoral mladih "Ivan Pavao II. and will take place from October 2nd to 7th 2022 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After a two-year break, the first cross-organisation partner conference was held from 28 March to 1 April 2022 in Guadalajara, Mexico. It was attended by a total of 65 participants from seven Central American countries, the Caribbean, and Germany.
The second partner conference in the Philippines will take place from 14th to 18th November 2022 in Cebu City. Partner organisations from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Fiji, Timor-Leste, Indonesia and the Philippines and their German implementing organisations as well as the members of the programme steering committee (PSA) will be invited.
The next worldwide partner conference will take place from November 21st to 25th in Germany. All partner organisations and implementing organisations as well as the members of the programme steering committee will be invited.
Whether you need an application for a federal grant, a call for funds form or a template interim proof-of-use report, our Document Centre contains all the important forms and documents that you may need in connection with the weltwärts volunteer service.
Is your organisation thinking about sending volunteers to Germany? Or would you like to start hosting volunteers from Germany? To get involved as a weltwärts partner organisation, you need to establish a partnership with an approved German implementing organisation.
The Programme Steering Committee, the highest-level decision-making body in the weltwärts programme, consists of 15 members who represent state and civil society stakeholders. The BMZ occupies two seats, while the weltwärts Coordination Unit (wCU) of Engagement Global has three. The German implementing organisations are divided into four shared-interest groups, who share eight seats. Finally, two seats are occupied by the political representation group of volunteers in international volunteering (PFIF).
Where necessary, the Programme Steering Committee (PSC) can form working groups that draw up proposals on specific issues. Based on these proposals, the PSC takes decisions on the continued development of the programme. In the past, working groups have been formed to work on the introduction of the South-North component, amendments to the general quality criteria, or inclusion.