IFSA, Global AgroEcology Alliance (GAEA) and Young Professionals for Agricultural Development (YPARD)—organized a youth session where we had to approach the challenges which cause migration and identify solutions to address these. After listening to three different stories from migrated people and their reason for migration they gave us our exercise: within 30 minutes we had to come up with a concept for a solution. The four groups had rather different ideas of how to cope with these problems and a pool of various ideas formed. After the youth session the Global Landscapes Forum was drawing to a close and it was time for the closing plenary. During the closing plenary, it was announced that Germany would host and fund the secretariat of GLF for the next four years in Bonn. Originally I hoped for the German Minister of Environment to be there but she was unfortunately held up in COP negotiations at that time. After the surprising news of having GLF and its secretariat in Germany we went outside, where meanwhile some well filled bar-tables appeared. Mixing with the experts and getting into conversations was now the motto. And you won’t believe me with whom we had a talk for quiet a long time; Barbara Hendricks Germany’s Minister of Environment, who had concluded her negotiations. It was a great discussion about student involvement in global policy discussions, and she was highly impressed that she had the chance to meet IFSA delegates from all populated continents. Overall, it was a great way to end this fourth GLF and we look forward to visiting next year’s event in Bonn.]]>