We are deeply convinced that the best projects of international understanding and tolerance are those in which one does not recognize that they are projects. This may sound a bit theoretical, but what does it mean in practice? Nothing else than that the idea of international understanding, appreciation, respect and tolerance are central components of all KS-plus projects. Instead of pointing this out demonstratively, we find lived practice in the individual projects much more effective. In this way we can avoid a feeling of paternalism that is otherwise so common. Nobody wants such a feeling if you are honest. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter whether it is intentionally conveyed as a characteristic of perceived superiority or whether it results unintentionally from well-intentioned helpfulness.

A new Story of the People

A remarkable compilation on this topic from sustainablehuman.tv (external link):

If projects of international understanding and tolerance are to be successful, you have to be patient yourself. Those who do not have them will learn them – or look for another field of activity. Unfortunately, “well meant” is not always “well done”. It would be a pity if all efforts did not bear fruit because of this supposed trifle. The result would be frustration, averting – a real disservice for mankind. Therefore a flaming plea for international understanding and tolerance. Yes, please, as much as possible ! Not as an end in itself, but integrated into daily life, as an attitude towards life. The effort is worth it.

Seminar agreed

For the new section of the Upper School 2019/2021 at the Gymnasium Freyung in Germany…

Cultural Heritage inaugurated

On 14 April, the well-known singer Hans Raj Hans, now a member of parliament, opened the “cultural heritage” exhibition…

Procession arrived

On the occasion of the opening of the “cultural heritage” exhibition on 14 April, a dance group with their musicians…

“Indian Evening” in Waldkirchen

More than 50 listeners came to the kick-off event of the annual program 2018 in Waldkirchen in the Bavarian forest: “Indian evening – a somewhat different travel report”…

Agricultural Trade Fair

In Kirpal Sagar, a trade fair with a series of lectures on the subject of sustainable agriculture took place in November, one highlight being the presentation

Workshop Students save Lifes (Day 5)

03. November: At the debriefing in the management of the Academy we hand over the certificates of participation and…

Workshop Students save Lifes (Day 4)

02. November: After two classes, which had not taken place the day before, the ninth classes followed plus further younger…

Workshop Students save Lifes (Day 3)

01 November: Classes are repeated and practiced again in three to four groups. This time the focus is on…

Workshop Students save Lifes (Day 2)

October 31.: Today we practice, repeat and explain in parallel in up to 6 groups. 6 trainers and instructors…

Workshop Students save Lifes (Day 1)

30 October: The theoretical part with rescue chain, emergency call, blood loss, shock, unconsciousness and resuscitation takes place…