We provide individual support, which means that our concepts and measures are developed personally for each person and are constantly adapted to each one during the process.
2.000 flyers and posters for our project “NACHTAKTIV” distributed.
A visitor from the outback in Australia
IJS supports the Martial Arts School Düsseldorf e.V.
Donation for children and youths in Düsseldorf-Oberbilk
Aspects of Individualized Social Pedagogy in child and youth care
We know that the difference between theory and practice is greater in practice than in theory. That’s why we’re proud to show you a small selection of our projects to date.
Nachtaktiv (= Nocturnals)
Martial arts & self-defense – an individualized social pedagogy project of IJS e.V.
With the Nocturnal acitve project, we offer young people aged 16 and over sports in the form of fitness and self-defense training in the evening hours, accompanied by a social pedagogue. The contact to other young people is built up and a basis of trust is created.
With a variety of circuit training, martial arts techniques, role-playing in dangerous situations and reflections, it promotes self-confidence, strengthens the ability to deal with conflicts and sensitises people to alertness. The side-effect: Of course, doing sport together ist also a priority.
The offer is addressed to all young people and is free of charge.
Every Monday 21 – 23 o’clock.
Kampfkunstschule Duesseldorf e.V.
Harffstrasse 37 – 40591 Duesseldorf
This project is financed exclusively by IJS e.V., we do not receive public subsidies.
An integration projekt
Since November 2017, IJS e.V. has established projects for children and young people with a migration background in a municipal building for refugee families.
Every weekday (Monday – Friday), these partly traumatised young people are worked with, they play music, dance, handycraft, paint and play together. Short excursions into the surrounding area are a part of the programme as well as homework help and needs-based support services for the participants and their families.
The project is financed by IJS e.V. and Kinderstern e.V.. Public funds are not used.
Our artistically trained team is accompanied by a socio-educational specialist.