Werkstatt goes Europe – unser Erasmus-Projekt mit Schulen in Augsburg, Frankreich, Spanien und Rumänien | our Erasmus project with schools in Augsburg, France, Spain and Romania


Weil es bei Erasmus um den Austausch zwischen europäischen Ländern geht, die unterschiedliche Sprachen sprechen – in unserem Fall kommen unsere Partnerschulen aus Spanien, Frankreich und Rumänien – sind die Posts auf dieser Seite in Englischer Sprache verfasst. Wer sich für unser Erasmus Projekt interessiert, der englischen Sprache aber nicht mächtig ist, kann sich die Posts von kostenlosen Programmen wie DeepL ganz einfach, schnell und unkompliziert via copy & paste übersetzen lassen.

Because Erasmus is about exchanges between European countries that speak different languages – in our case our partner schools are from Spain, France and Romania – the posts on this page are written in English. If you are interested in our Erasmus project but don’t speak English, you can have the posts translated by free programs like DeepL very easily, fast and uncomplicated via copy & paste.

We have often asked ourselves how other countries in Europe deal with One World issues and what solutions there might be locally. What does the educational work on this in schools and in civil society organizations look like? Well, we are going to find out. For a transnational project, we applied for a smaller partnership at Erasmus+ School in October 2022 – with success!

The consequences of climate change are affecting people in the Global South more and more and are reflected in famines and refugee movements, whereas too little is being done to change the climate-damaging lifestyles in the rich industrialized nations. Nevertheless, more and more people are questioning their consumption style and the current economic model and are looking for solutions based on democratic participation and solidarity. That is why our joint project runs under the title “In solidarity for a fairer world“.

Our partners:

Together with teachers and students of the Freie Waldorfschule Augsburg, the Lycée François d’Estaing in Rodez/Southern France, the IES Aljada in Murcia/Spain and the Colegiul Național “Petru Rareș” in Suceava in the region of Bukovina in the Northeast of Romania, we would like to investigate the causes of the grievances and find ways and means to effectively counteract them.

The latest news from our Erasmus project can be found in the section: “Aktuelles” (News)


Mehr Infos? Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Nachricht!

More info? We look forward to hearing from you!