Our camp is an open space where children and people with disabilities are explicitly welcome.

We ask you to let us know in advance if you are coming to the camp. Registration makes it easier for us to organise the camp and gives us the opportunity to better meet your individual needs. Registration is anonymous, no personal data will be collected and one person can register a whole group.

You can do this by filling out our registration form (see below) or by sending us a message to the following email address:

Please let us know if you have any allergies, food intolerances or other important concerns that we should take into account. You can also let us know if you already know that you need translation, have questions about mobility or low barriers, or need other things to be able to participate in the camp. It would also be helpful for our planning if people who have already registered but cannot attend cancel their registration.

You don’t have to register with your real name, but it would be great if you leave a pseudonym that you can use if you contact us again in the next few weeks. This will help us to keep track of any further comments or changes.

When you arrive at the camp, please register at our info point and present your negative result of a Corona rapid test or PCR test. (All information about infection protection at the camp can be found here). Feel free to direct your question to the info point, e.g. about catering in case of intolerances and allergies. As the registration is only for our planning, it will not be checked if you are registered and also non-registered persons are welcome!

Registration form

Please enter a name (or pseudonym) and number of people coming to the camp.
Please enter the number of children and young people.
Please enter allergies and intolerances and the number of persons concerned.
We offer a separate overnight area for FLINTA* persons (women, lesbians, inter-, non-binary, trans and agender persons). Please enter the number of persons.
We try to organise a barrier-free camp. We will let you know to what extent we were able to implement accessibility.
Please indicate languages into which translation should be done.
If you can imagine to support the camp, please fill in here. We are looking for support for the set-up (3 days before the camp), dismantling (3 days after the camp), awareness shifts, night guards, offering translations, medical service and more.