430 children from all over Germany traveled to Frankfurt am Main and competed for the "Football meets Culture" cup. But fairplay and getting to know each other were just as important as the football results itselfs. Congratulations to Michael-Ende-Schule the winners of U10 an U14. Furthermore Hamburg Griesstraße won the final in U12.
How to motivate children - especially boys - to read a book? Give them their favourite topic football and find a good story!
That's what we are looking for with our programme "Lese-Kicker", the award for the best football children book and football youth book.
Every year in October when the Frankfurter Buchmesse opens its gates we are there, too! You'll find our yellow area in Hall 3.1. On our stage panel discussion on the subjects of education and integration take place, at the weekend all is about football.
Establishment of Reading and Learning Corners for refugees / Fundraising campaign in bookstores / Special programme for refugees at the Frankfurt Book Fair / Sponsor: Navid Kermani, winner of the 2015 Peace Prize of the German Publishers & Booksellers Association
Committed to a good cause: non-professional football players met in Frankfurt - the benefits went to "Football Meets Culture".
Impressed by the variety of presentations at the Incheon International Children's Education Forum (17/18 December 2014) LitCam decided to collect the different learning concepts and best practices, and to present them togehter with overviews of the situation of reading promotion in South East Asia and Europe in a white paper.
"Challenges in education and culture policy"
The key to developing our societies in a globalised and digitised world is international exchange on the subject of education. Our International Summit at Frankfurt Book Fair dealt with this topic.