We, the members of the board of administration of « LuDUS asbl. – Léieruert fir Demokratie, Uechtsamkeet a Selbstbestëmmung » , would ike to enable young people (children and youths) to spend their days together and learn to respect themselves and each other while discovering their own personality and potential through self-directed learning processes.
Since adolescence, Misch has accompanied other young people in their learning process. As a youth representative in a local association and as a member of a youth movement, he advocated youth rights early in his life. After completing his bachelor’s in educational sciences in 2015 at the University of Luxembourg, Misch started working as an elementary school teacher. Since then, he has been working with people aged 3 to 12. Misch is particularly interested in the following subjects: participation, coaching, sustainability and movement. In his free time, Misch likes writing poems. He practices different kinds of sports and plays the trumpet. In his home town, Misch helps promoting the integration of all citizens.
Georges has been working as a primary school teacher since 1986. He has gained some experience with children and youth in the context of peace education. For 7 years he co-produced the children’s radio show “Krappschass & Co.” at the sociocultural radio station. In his free time, too, he has always been fascinated with sound and music. In addition his interests include science fiction, comics, art, (puppet) theatre, the nature and evolution of human consciousness, science, philosophy, ethics, meditation and yoga, carpentry, permaculture and vegan cooking. He loves hiking and snorkeling and playing board games. On the other hand he is not very fond of alcohol, cars, and nuclear power.
Mim works as a teacher in the “Voie Préparatoire”. In her private life she likes to spend her time with her two children. When there is free time left, she likes to be creative, spend some time in the nature or meet some friends. Her actual interests include everything about alternative schools, democratic schools, homeschooling and the latest findings about learning in neurobiology.
Since childhood, Dominique has been passionate about every kind of living beings. As a biology teacher, she
combines being together with young people and topics such as holistic nature experience, sustainability and
environmental awareness. She finds inspiration for her life journey in her family, nature, music and free dance,
"what-is-happiness?", other cultures and people,…
To Diane, being a parent implies continuously challenging one’s views, adapting, and going through processes of trial and error. From non-violent communication to acceptance, from love to respect, from life abroad to alternative schooling, she tentatively explores different ways of accompanying her three children in their learning about life. Are our society’s traditional methods of education and schooling the best path toward happiness? In the near future, our learning centre will certainly be another option.