Do you know a teenager or young adult who is wondering how his future career might look like? Our BOOM holiday camps offer the participants a unique opportunity to explore future jobs, discover their strengths as well as promote their courage to face the future with curiosity and enthusiasm. The registration for the 2021 BOOM camps is open – spread the word!

In 2021, participants will explore future jobs in the fields of ‘daily consumption’, ‘energy and mobility’ and ’food’. They will also have the chance to get insights into societal trends and challenges, changing consumption trends as well as ways to more sustainable lifestyles.

In the spirit of BOOM’s guiding principle Every Job is Green, the participants will explore sustainability as a key opportunity in shaping their personal and professional future.

Dates and topics:

18.07. – 23.07.2021 “Food” Age 17-24, Köln/Bonn Area

08.08. – 13.08.2021 “Energy and Mobility”, Age 14-17, Edersee in Hesse

22.08. – 27.08.2021 “Daily Consumption”, Age 14-17, Edersee in Hesse

Register via the online form!

For inspiring and hands-on activities, field experts and craftspeople will join each BOOM camp.

Check out the BOOM website to read more about past camps and watch our BOOM videos This is BOOM and Building of a Geodome to get inspired!

BOOM is a joint project of the CSCP and its partners Provadis GmbH and Sportjugend Hessen e.V and it is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

For further questions, please contact Carina Diedrich.

Who knows better what a city needs or how to make it more liveable than its own citizens? Our project Day of the Good Life is exploring ways to motivate and empower Wuppertal citizens to take an active role in visioning and shaping their neighbourhoods. Through the concept of virtual walkshops, the project will create an encouraging space for citizens to come together and generate positive change. Join our next walkshop on 14 February 2021 to have a say in making your neighbourhood a place of the good life!

The Day of the Good Life in Wuppertal, during which citizens will design public space according to their needs and wishes, is scheduled for 16 May 2021. More than a just a day, the project is about a process aimed at engaging citizens as well as supporting and strengthening initiatives that work on promoting a sustainable, climate-friendly and socially-just life in Wuppertal.

To accompany citizens in the creative process of developing their own thoughts and ideas, the Day of the Good Life project launched the concept of walkshops in December 2020. Join us, team up with your neighbours, and let’s make Wuppertal a sustainable and inclusive city for everyone!

The walkshops are inspired by the methods of urban design thinking and strollology, the science of taking a walk. By walking through the streets of Wuppertal, places with a potential for creative re-designing can be identified and visions for a better, more sustainable and inclusive city can be developed together with other residents. The implementation of the ideas – be it murals, benches, swings, high-beds or whatever people desire – will be carried out by local artists and craftspeople. In addition to the walkshops, neighbourhood meetings will be held to further shape the citizens’ visions for a long-term engagement toward the good life in Wuppertal. The ultimate goal is to enable citizens to bring their ideas to life by forming engaged local groups.

Date: 14 February 2021
Time: 13:00-15:00
Location: Zoom (link will be sent after registration)
Language: German
Cost: Free
For whom?: Citizens of Wuppertal, Osterbaum Quarter

To register, please email the walkshop team at

The visioning walkshop and all neighbourhood meetings will be held according to current COVID-19 regulations to ensure everyone’s safety.

The Day of the Good Life is a joint project of the CSCP and its partners, the Nachbarschaftsheim Wuppertal, e.V., Idealwerk and the Forum für Soziale Innovation (FSI) gGmbH.

For further information, please contact Alexandra Kessler.