If you want to get active with the Green Youth Cologne, there are several possibilities:

Come visit us at our Aktiventreffen (active meeting)!

Currently the district office of the Greens is closed!

Therefore, the Aktiventreffen (AT) take place digitally!

We meet every Wednesday at 7 pm. If you have any questions or want the access data for our meetings, send an e-mail to

Take part in the activities!

Help us convince people on the street of our ideas. Instead of standing around at a boring stand, we organise various campaigns

Becoming a member

Do you want to be part of the Green Youth Cologne? Do you want to participate actively and raise your voice?

Become a member of the Green Youth Cologne (only) which is completely free of charge for you!

HOW? Send an e-mail to including the following information:

name surname


date of birth

e-mail address

Board of Directors

Why do grassroots democrats need a board? We asked ourselves the same question. Our executive board is therefore not responsible for political decisions. In our organisation, not only the general meeting (twice a year) is above the board, but also the weekly active meeting.

The executive committee is not only mainly responsible for organisational activities, but it is also supposed to encourage debates in terms of content within the Green Youth Cologne. Furthermore, the board is a contact point for all new members and interested parties. It represents the Green Youth Cologne to the outside world. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us via

Since the general meeting on 17 March 2021 the board consists of eight people:

Phi Burghardt, Sami Chakkour (speakers*), Zoey Winter (treasurer*), Ulascan Koku (political director) and the four assessors* Jana Dreston, Luca Mehlig, Simon Zemcke and Liam Dorn.


Much of the content work in the Green Youth Cologne takes place in commissions.

Commissions are open to all people who want to participate. Once a month, instead of an active meeting, a so-called participation meeting (Beteiligungstreffen – BT) takes place, where the commissions meet and a low-threshold entry is possible!

Currently, the following commissions exist and they are involved in our further development of content and planning of theme-specific activities:

  • Education Commission
  • Anti-racism Commission
  • Intersectional Feminism Commission
  • Digital Commission
  • Sea/Ocean Commission
  • Ecology Commission
  • Queer Commission
  • Commission for Local Government Politics
  • Mental Health Commission

In addition, there are commissions that support the Green Youth Cologne in terms of organisation, or structural development:

  • Commission for Election Campaigns

Statutes of the Green Youth Cologne


The GREEN YOUTH COLOGNE is committed to provide young people with a political forum in society through educational work, political training and campaigns.

As an ecological, queer-feminist, social and left-liberal youth association, we stand for sustainable politics in Cologne and contribute our ideas to the party BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN KÖLN as well as to public political discourse. We maintain an inclusive and careful interaction among each other.

We strive for a society free of nationalism, anti-semitism, sexism as well as racism and oppose all forms of discrimination.