Austria

Personal member: Kerstin Klepsch

Project Manager and PR at ÖJAB, Österreichische Jungarbeiterbewegung, Austrian Young Workers Movement.

 

Laubeplatz 8-10
1100 Wien

 

ÖJAB is a generation-connecting youth organisation, independent of any political party or religious obligation. As a non-profit organisation, it offers more than 4,300 places to stay for students, pupils, apprentices, young workers, senior citizens and refugees in a total of 25 ÖJAB-houses nationwide, thus making it one the largest residency organisations in Austria. At present around 3,800 young people, 470 senior citizens and 55 refugees are staying in 21 student hostels and youth residences, in 3 senior citizens' residences and nursing homes, in 1 intergenerational residency and in 1 intercultural hostel. Over 500 employees help to achieve this goal on a daily basis, with many more offering their highly treasured services on a voluntary basis.

 

ÖJAB has three main areas of operation: * Youth * Senior citizens and generations and * Education, Europe, Development co-operation The organisation’s primary objective behind all of these activities is to bring people together, provide op-portunities for them and help them learn from one another – in residences, from different parts of Austria, Europe and the world, from different social backgrounds, of different ages, with different (political) viewpoints and religions.

 

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