#netzrevolte, Foundation for Learning through Civic Engagement
The #netzrevolte project aims to combine democratic with digital education in schools, and strengthen democratic action capacities and powers of judgment among children and young people on the net.
Prof. Dr. Kader Konuk
Managing Director RAA Saxony
Prof. Dr. Yasemin Karakaşoğlu
Saxon Prize for Democracy
The Saxon Prize for Democracy is an accolade bestowed on initiatives that campaign against right-wing violence, for human rights, and for promoting a democratic civil society in Saxony.
Dr. Constanze Jaiser
Study "Hate for / Attacks on media professionals"
The Bielefeld-based Institute for Interdisciplinary Conflict and Violence Research has, together with the Migration Media Service, for the second time published a study, examining hate for and attacks on media professionals, and shown that media coverage is coming under ever-growing pressure.
Prof. Dr. Markus Gloe
Head of Division
Coordinator (NRW) Rucksack School
The Learning-Practice Workshop prepares young people with a refugee background for (re-)entering the workplace world, even if they cannot as yet meet the formal requirements of school and vocational training options. The particular focus here is on young adult refugees.
Deputy Managing Director
Director Pedagogic Workshop
The "Focus - Perspectives for young refugees in the context of new social and legal discourses" project intends to examine the question of how, despite new exclusionary laws and discourses, young refugees can still be enabled to practice social participation.
Who we are
The Freudenberg Foundation was set up in 1984 by partners of the Freudenberg & Co. KG company as an independent, civil-societal organization tasked with fostering education and peaceful co-existence.