Many young Europeans engage themselves in charity work or complete internships overseas to help disadvantaged people from developing countries. More often than not there is no underlying fundamental discussion about development cooperation and, as a result, the stereotypes we have are perpetuated.

In the framework of the project «kuska – learn to help to learn» material on current issues in international development cooperation is developed and made available free of charge. This material is primarily aimed at students and people planning a work placement abroad in development cooperation.

 

MATERIALS

Film
A short animation film focuses on the history of development cooperation with the findings, failures and progress made since the 1950s.

Do-it-yourself exhibition
Simple guides, texts and graphics to help you create your own presentation on development cooperation with limited resources.

dokumentation
Documentation of the first exhibition that was shown
as a test run at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in 2015
> Download PDF (3.3 MB)


Workshops
Workshop proposals for schools and for the preparation of people planning to work abroad in development cooperation.

e-learning
Online trainings on various topics in the area of development cooperation for students, people planning to work abroad in development cooperation and other interested parties.

Information sheets
Information sheets on on various topics in the area of development cooperation: tips for donating, the history of development cooperation, tips for reporting etc.

Documents for working abroad
Templates for agreement, reports and evaluations for organisations who offert work placements abroad in development cooperation.

Ideas for talks and events
Ideas for talks and events at schools and other places on the topic of development cooperation.

 

INFO

Participating Organisations
Verein Kipu, Liechtenstein
oew – Organisation für Eine solidarische Welt, Italy
Sterne auf den Strassen Boliviens e.V., Germany
Kunstverein Schichtwechsel, Liechtenstein
Estrellas en la Calle, Bolivia

 

Supported by

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MariaMarina Foundation

Kulturstiftung Liechtenstein

LED Liechtensteinischer Entwicklungsdienst