The Internationaler Bund

Strengthening Being Human

Our goal is to help people to develop in freedom, to shape their own lives, to integrate into society, to take on personal responsibility and to actively help shape the development of society. With almost 14,000 employees, the Internationaler Bund (IB) is one of the large service providers in youth, social and educational work in Europe. Its motto is Strengthening Being Human.

The IB has established more than 700 facilities and branches in 300 locations worldwide, helping 350,000 children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens every year with their career and personal planning and offering a wide range of services. The IB-Group is politically non-aligned and non-denominational. Helping people to develop in freedom, to shape their own lives, to integrate into society, to take on personal responsibility, to actively help shaping the development of society, to encourage the willingness for social support to the individual and the society, to promote international understanding and cooperation have been core elements since its foundation in 1949 and have remained valid to the association ever since

More information

Press & News

IB on today's United Nations World Children's Day / Remembering the Declaration of the Rights of the Child 61 years ago

more

Unspeakable horrors have shown where intolerance and racism can lead

more

Exchange of ideas on how to strengthen the networking of the two organizations at their joint locations abroad

more

The IB as well as 32 partner organizations and municipalities save more than 12,600 tons CO2 in the Rhine Main area

more

Two successful examples for International Migration Services from Kosovo and Egypt

more

Meeting with the Greek Minister for Migration and Refugee Policy in Athens

more

First Fridays-for-future demonstration since the pandemic started

more

350.000

children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens every year

14.000

Qualified employees

700

Facilities in more than 300 locations

350

Job opportunities