Erasmus+/Strategic Partnership K2,  1.10.2015-31.8.2018,  2015-1-DE02-KA204-002327

 

This website has been produced with the financial support of the European Commission/ Erasmus+ Program. Its content reflects the views of the authors only.

A project by: Catholic Adult Education Germany (KEB)

Katholische Erwachsenenbildung Deutschland e. V.

www.keb-deutschland.de

 

Webpage responsibility:

Dr Michael Sommer,

Akademie Klausenhof

Klausenhofstr. 100

46499 Hamminkeln

sommer@akademie-klausenhof.de

www.akademie-klausenhof.de

 

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