GIC (Green International Campus) is an international student congress for green, alternative student groups. The aim is to connect students and student groups, who are working or interested in ecology, gender politics, climate change, student politics, student conditions and sustainable development.

During the congress we will exchange experiences and discuss diverse topics in our workshops with respect to university, education and student life. We want to ask us, how we can improve our campuses to become more green, climate just, tolerant, diverse and equal.

Furthermore, we try to build up a joint network. As more we are as stronger is our voice. European politics strongly influences our national and daily student life. Despite this, there is no European green student network or exchange forum. With the conference we want to take a first step to change this.

Find out more about the schedule, about us, our partners, and supporters on this website. If you already decided to participate in GIC 2011, don’t hesitate and click here to register directly.

Green International Campus Report online

We released the final report on Green International Congress in 2011. Make sure you download a copy and have a look at it. >> Read more

Press Release: Green International Campus - from Berlin to a Green Network

From 24.-28. August 2011 68 interested students from 17 different countries all over the world discussed issues concerning gender politics, climate and development as well as diversity and tolerance during the "Green International Campus”. Additionally they could also broaden their horizons in skill-based workshops.

This four day conference was hosted as the first project by Campusgrün Bildungswerk e.V. and was supported by the Youth Action Program of the European Union and in cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Stiftung. In this context we would like to offer special thanks to our partners. >> Read more

Thank you!

Green International Campus was a great success, especially due to our various participants from all over the globe. Thanks to all of you. >> Read more