JuBuK e.V.

National Network

Altenessenerstr. 122b
45326 Essen

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Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Gender
  3. Heritage
  4. Human rights
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Religion
  7. Youth and education
General Information
JuBuK e.V. was founded in 2008. Currently we have 1 employed staff, chairman and 6 volunteers who work project-based.  The budget is based on the implemented projects. Main funding sources are EU Commission (Erasmus+ programme), Foreign Ministry of Germany, Aktion Mensch, Genesis Philanthropy Group, German Ministry of migration and integration.  Main activities: seminars, training courses, educational trips, youth exchanges.We have built a solid international civil society network with partners in more than 30 countries.
Mission and Objectives

The main aims and objectives of the organization are integration of migrants in Germany, inter-religious dialogue and bridge-buiding, fostering active European citizenship,  fight against racism and discrimination, inclusion, building integrated open-minded society, volunteerism, capacity building and leadership.
Our purpose is to support young people's growth and independence, to promote young people's active citizenship, volunteerism and inclusivity.
The implementation of the purpose is based on Europe's values such as solidarity, respect, equity and equality, multiculturalism and internationalism.

Main Projects / Activities

JuBuK has organized 5 international educational projects financed by the Youth in Action and Erasmus+ programs: 1) "Raising Awareness-Building united Europe" in 2011 in Stuttgart, 2) "Culture and Gender" in 2012 in Kiel, 3) "Blueprint your Career" in 2015 in Kleve; 4) "Time to Act" in 2015 in Hamburg 5) "What YOUth believe" in 2015 in Armenia
"Training for multiplyers in youth work in North-Rhein-Westphalia in 2013-2014 supported by the Ministry of migration and integration.
"Training for NGO leaders on project management and social activism coming from Germany and Eastern Europe" supported by the German Foreign Ministry.
Local projects on entrepreneurship, capacity building and social activism. 

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We will be happy to contribute with all our knowledge, expertise, experience. We would like to be actively involved in the activities, forums, platforms, campaigns. We have experienced trainers, project managers, changemakers in our organization. 

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We see ALF Network as a great possibility for our organization to get in touch with like-minded organizations, to expand our professional network, to learn and to grow. We believe that our membership can bring new possibilities to our target group, also increase our visibility in Europe and that it can open new perspectives of development. 

Contact (1) Full Name
Natalia Seriakova
Job Title
Project Coordinator
Head of the organisation
Stanislav Dyskin
Contact (2) Full Name
Stanislav Dyskin
Job Title (2)