Tastes of Danube – Bread Connects

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  Each year, the EAEA celebrates innovation and excellence in adult education. The EAEA Grundtvig Award highlights projects results that produce new ideas, new partnerships, new methodologies and a new understanding of how we can work in adult learning. The project “Bread connects” was awarded for the EAEA Grundtvig Award, as an excellent adult education […]

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The Union of Pensioners’2004 – Ruse Region (UP) invited partners from Galati and Bucharest (Romania) and Ulm (Germany) to an international meeting in the frame of the 22nd festival of amateur art Talent has no age which took place on the 20th and the 21st of October 2018 in Ruse and included the best artistic […]

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The subject of civil society cooperation in the Danube countries attracted much attention of the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg. From the 31.10. – 2.11.2018, Mrs. Gisela Erler, the State Counsellor for Civil Society and Civic Participation together, visited with a 12-person delegation selected civil society projects in North East Bulgaria. Amongst the delegates were two […]

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International meeting in Ruse and Brashlen, Bulgaria By an international workshop in the guest house of community of Slivo Pole in Brashlen the delegation from Danube-Networkers Galaz and Bucharest, Rumania, Ruse, Bulgaria, and Ulm, Germany, had the opportunity to speak about their experiences made in Bulgaria, Romania and Germany in the context of the projects […]

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Article about “Bread connects” in the magazine of BAGSO as good practice example. BAGSO is the German National Association of Senior Citizens’ Organisations. As an umbrella organization it currently includes over 110 nationally active member associations and represents more than 13 million older persons in Germany (www.bagso.de)     The article as pdf: Brotbacken verbindet_BAGSO Publikation […]

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In the village of Beuren there are two bakehouses: The Upper and the Lower Bakehouse. The Lower Bakehouse (Unteres Backhaus) was built in the mid of the 19th century and used until 2010. Due to technical problems it can no longer be used. However, in order to keep the village’s baking tradition alive, the building […]

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Under the guidance of Christa Thoma-Schmid, the middle course of the college for healing care in Augsburg baked various breads in the home economics class in order to bake them with their clients in the respective facilities afterwards. The aim was to produce tasty breads by manual work with different flours, as it is the case all over the world […]

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Visit the website of the partner meeting of Danube-Networkers in July 2018 in Ulm: http://danube-heritage2018.eu […]

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We accomplished the goal! More than 1.000 Photos were submitted and more than 3.000 people participated in the action an send a sign of friendship along the Danube! This activity showed us: We want to know each other better, we want a united and peaceful Europe! Find the signs of friendships here: http://bread-connects.tastes-of-danube.eu/give-a-sign-of-friendship/ Find the Flyer […]

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Interview by Wolfgang Doster on 21/04/2018 Mr. Knörrlein, your company has existed since 1900, for 5 generations now. Has it always been clear that you will join in? Originally not, I worked as a metalworker for another firm. After the master degree, I joined my father’s firm at the age of 29. My father is […]

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