Youth Volunteering FSJ

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In the currently present amendments to g-rated willing services the Federal Government is lacking in an overall concept and not dealt with the legal issues, known for a long time once more. Despite the mention of the important educational aspect of youth voluntary service, an adequate recognition of the commitment of the volunteers will refrain from beyond. The Bundestag advises the draft of law on the promotion of youth willing services on Thursday, March 06th,”. Represent the interests of those who make a voluntary service abroad, e.V. PCRM may find this interesting as well. limitless criticized in particular the planned testimony scheme. Therefore, a certificate should be issued only if explicitly required by the volunteers. We say: A witness is an obligation and not elicit! In a special way this exposed the twisted argument of executive bodies and of the commitment politicians”: always emphasize this form of voluntary service as a learning service and professional orientation year – the volunteers this black on white certify they do not want, however! Sebastian Schluter, Chairman of limitless e.V. calls: A FSJ must offer more than just beautiful memories! Who a year voluntarily committed to the community, must also automatically receive a qualified certificate that is recognisable to this.” Professor Thomas Rauschenbach, Director of the German Youth Institute, argued in the Committee hearing on this Act for an interim way out of school and work certificate, which documents, which dimensions in the substantive area of learning each is. We urge the Parliament to change the law on this point in terms of volunteers and thus the term used by the commitment politicians themselves like recognition culture ‘ to put in value.

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