Arbeitskreis Mädchenarbeit

The Working Group for Girls' Work is an association of women from various institutions and sponsors in Dinslaken.

They organise events, training courses and offers on topics that affect girls, girls' work and young women.

Girls' work in Dinslaken

  • Girls' autumn (annually from the beginning of autumn - the beginning of winter)
  • Actions for International Women's Day (08.03.)
  • Actions for International Girls' Day (11.10.)
  • Actions on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25.11.)
  • Dinslaken Girls' Days
  • Objectives: To provide opportunities for girls and young women to experience and design; strengthening self-realization; Empowerment

What is girls' work?

Girls' work is part of a gender-based pedagogy. Girls' work is a multi-layered work with and for girls and young women of women in Dinslaken.
Girls' work sees itself as emancipatory work in gender-homogeneous groups. By this, the working group understands to offer spaces for self-development, testing, education and learning processes. Girls' work is an attitude and a relationship offer in a pedagogical setting. The work with girls in Dinslaken focuses on the structural and individual life situations and needs of girls and young women. At the same time, it critically examines the structures and concepts of child and youth welfare, school, the professional world, culture and leisure activities in Dinslaken on a political and social level. (Excerpt: Concept Working Group Girls' Work)


Wilhelm-Lantermann Str 65, 46535 Dinslaken