ADJ

Algemene Dienst Jeugdtoerisme

The non-profit organisation General Agency for Youth Tourism (Algemene Dienst voor Jeugdtoerisme or ADJ in Flemish) manages Destelheide and is responsible for its operation. 

This is done on behalf of the Flemish government

Hanenbos in Dworp and de Hoge Rielen in Kasterlee are also managed by the General Agency for Youth Tourism.

Mission

The General Agency for Youth Tourism, or ADJ for short, coordinates and manages the provision of infrastructure and services of the Flemish Community for youth groups with a view to social evolution and with the aim to promote and realise the youth groups’ objectives.

Board of Directors

Free De Backer, Chairman
Gerd Vertommen, Vice-Chairman
Dries Hostens, Treasurer
Waut Hespel, Secretary
Hanneleen Broeckx, Director
Gerda Clerix, Director
Maarten Verbeeke, Director
Jan Van Branteghem, Director

General Assembly

Free De Backer
Gerd Vertommen
Dries Hostens
Gerda Clerix
Hanneleen Broeckx
Waut Hespel
Pieter Nuytinck
Jan Van Branteghem
Jan De Troyer
Amke Bailleul
Joke Quaghebeur
An Van Lancker

Contact

Algemene Dienst voor Jeugdtoerisme (General Agency for Youth Tourism)
Molenstraat 62
2460 Kasterlee

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