German-Polish Youth Office turns 25. Special event stamp introduced by Polish Post

German-Polish Youth Office turns 25. Special event stamp introduced by Polish Post
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The international youth organisation known as the German-Polish "Jugendwerk" (DPJW) will celebrate 25 years of German-Polish cooperation at the Kalkscheune in Berlin on 8 June 2016. To celebrate this important historical day Polish Post issues a special commemorative stamp depicting two letters dressed in the national colors of Germany and Poland.

StampNews.com invites our readers to appreciate the bright and original design of this stamp.

The German-Polish Youth Office (DPJW) supports the German-Polish youth exchange in terms of encounter programmes, placements and programmes for young people from Germany and Poland. A further function is the consultation in conceptional and technical issues of the German-Polish youth exchange as well as the information about the respective partner country.

Each year, the Jugendwerk organises roughly 3,000 youth exchanges. Thus far, roughly 2.7 million young people took part in nearly 70,000 projects created and implemented by the DPJW.

The committed team at the DPJW consists of countless organisers and helpers, including teachers, advisors and instructors working in the fields of culture and sport. The organisation also enjoys the support of thousands of parents eager for their kids to engage in meaningful exchange between Germany and Poland.

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