The German Youth Institute (DJI) is one of the biggest social science research institutes in Europe. For more than 50 years it has conducted research into the life situations of children, young people and families, advising national government, the German federal states and local authorities and providing key stimuli for professional practice. Founded in 1963, the governing body of the institute is a non-profit association with members from the fields of politics, science and federations as well as child, youth and family welfare institutions.
Areas of focus
Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2018): Prof. Dr. Thomas Rauschenbach
Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2017): Prof. Dr. Thomas Rauschenbach
Leader gender: Male