The Anholt Project Part II -Book!

Bildschirmfoto 2014-10-18 um 12.22.47 There are many talented young people in Europe aged 15 to 18 who ‘don’t fit in’, or who do not know what they want to do with their lives. They are stuck. Stuck between life and education, and fearful for their futures. Many are simply tired of going to school; tired of being measured against standards they cannot meet, for various personal, social or cultural reasons. …

We have chosen to give the educational approach that we use, and describe in this book a name: We call it PERIOD. PERIOD stands for Process-orientated, Educational, Relation- based, Individual-Oriented Development.

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This booklet has been financed by the European Comission within the “Youth in Action Programme”

Editorial Information

Printed in June 2014 by Syddjurs Ungdomsskole

Rosenholmvej 1, 8545, Hornslet Denmark

Co-ordination and responsibility for project: Anders Stenumgaard Lind, Syddjurs Ungdomsskole, Denmark
Editor: Karen Bjerg Petersen, Department of Education, Arts, Aarhus University, Denmark.

Contributors: Anders Stenumgaard Lind, Ansgar Büter-Menke, Arthur Longin, Hubert Höllmüller,
Karen Bjerg Petersen, Laura Pierfelici, Maria Bang, Tanja Damgaard Christiansen, Toni Pozo,
Stine Skovbjerg Hansen.

Booklet Author (where no other author is mentioned): Karen Bjerg Petersen.
Layout: Karen Bjerg Petersen.
Published by: Syddjurs Ungdomsskole & Forlaget Vistoft Mølle

ISBN: 978-87-91709-02-9

The Anholt 2013 RESEARCH REPORT FINAL – Informal and intercultural learning among young Europeans is online
It’s written by Karen Bjerg Petersen
Department of Education/Institut for Uddannelse og Pædagogik (DPU) Aarhus University


Student fieldworkers: Maria Bang, Tanja Damgaard Christiansen,
Stine Skovbjerg Hansen, Arhus University, Department of Education, Denmark
Data processing: VIFIN/by Nina Parivash Ziari, student of social science, AAU Denmark
Data collection: Hubert Höllmüller, Fachhochschule Kärnten, Austria et al.

The Anholt project was scientifically attended by the Carinthian University of applied Sciences from Austria. With the help of seven observing youth leaders  Prof. Dr. Hubert Höllmüller made a research on the non-formal learning processes in our informal frame.

An exctract about the number of involved persons in the observed learning processes:


 The full research report you can see here !

After a “little” silence on our blog, we are proud to present our Anholt book:

You can download it here: The Anholt Project Book

Editorial Information:

Published in March 2012 by Syddjurs Ungdomsskole
Rosenholmvej 1, 8543 Hornslet, Denmark
Tel: +45. 8753 5760
Co-ordination & Editing:
Anders Stenumgaard Lind (
Co-Editor: Ansgar Bueter-Menke
Booklet Author: Kathy Schroeder ”Schroeder Intercultural Consulting,“
Contributors: Ansgar Bueter-Menke, Prof. Dr. Hubert Höllmüller, Arthur Longin, BA, Toni Pozo, Anders Stenumgaard Lind, Ute Sauerwein-Weber.
Layout: Horst Schalk, Robert Strauß

Reproduction and use of this text for non-commercial purposes is permitted provided the source is mentioned
and is notified.
This booklet is based on the input and opinions of the organisers and participants of the Anholt project (2011).
This document does not necessarily express the official views of the European Commission, Syddjurs
Ungdomsskole or the organisations co-operating with them.

The video about our youth exchange project in Denmark 2011!

This animated video was adapted from a talk given at the “Royal Society of Arts” (RSA) by Sir Ken Robinson, expert for education and creativity