Maquila Bar neu

Contract partner: KJWÖ-KJ-Österreich - Katholisches Jugendwerk Österreichs, Zweigverein: Katholische Jugend ÖsterreichCountry: Österreich Funding amount: € 3.000,00Project start: 01.02.2008End: 30.10.2008

Short Description:

Overall goal

Enchada ist das entwicklungspolitische Bildungs- und Öffentlichkeitsreferat der Katholischen Jugend Österreich. Die Maquila Bar ist eine gut eingeführte Bildungsmethode von Enchada zu den Themen Einkommen, Ungleichverteilung und ungerechte Weltwirtschaft. Die Grundidee dazu wurde 1997 entwickelt. Es geht darum sichtbar und erlebbar zu machen, wie unterschiedlich die Kaufkraft von Personen entlang der Produktionskette eines T-Shirts ist. Die einfache Methode kann bei verschiedenen Festen, bei Jugendbällen und anderen Events ohne viel Vorbereitung angewendet werden. Enchada überarbeitet die Methode der Maquila Bar inhaltlich , verändert das Design und schickt die neue Bar auf eine Präsentationstour.

Das Projekt wird bei einem Gesamtprojektvolumen von EUR 6.870,00 in der Höhe von EUR 3.000,00 (43,67 %) gefördert.

project number2397-32/2008
source of fundingOEZA
sector Keinem spezifischen Sektor zuordenbar
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