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The international exchange “Let’s play together: inclusion through childhood games” is an opportunity for young fans of games, especially childhood games. The idea is to approach childhood games with a new perspective, thinking about inclusion and teamwork.
We are looking for 5 participants (between 16 and 25 years old) and 1 group leader interested in taking part in this international experience in which they will have the opportunity to discuss the importance of teamwork, mutual respect and inclusion, through educational methods. non-formal mainly focused on movement and social interaction.
The international exchange will take place in a place with a unique atmosphere: the city of Luxembourg.
Have you ever dreamed of joining an informal environment with 25 young people from all over the world? Do you want to see first-hand how the NGO area works? Do you want to participate in a life-changing experience that will develop your skills and will meet you with various cultures? Are you interested in non-formal education and working with youth, strive to share the good practices and want to improve your soft skills, then we would be glad to have you on board. If you are a young person aged over 18, apply at the link below!
The “History for the future” project is aimed at adults interested in understanding how to build a more united society starting from a historical analysis and sharing personal experiences.
We are looking for 2 participants (aged 31 and over) interested in taking part in an international experience in which they will have the opportunity to discuss, share personal experiences, get involved in a work group through non-formal education, team building activities and intercultural dialogue; all in the vibrant city of Copenhagen.
The international exchange “Let’s work together 3” represents an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to look for a job, but also to create your own business from scratch. It will also be an opportunity to learn how to advertise and present your work effectively.
Participants will learn how to fill out a CV and a cover letter, will acquire tools to make their own idea concrete, will learn to pitch and speak in public. Skills that will help them find their own dimension in the world of work more easily.
Costa Rica’s National Institute for Biodiversity (INBio) is a private biodiversity research and management center, established in 1989 to support all efforts made to gather knowledge about the country’s biological diversity and promote its sustainable use. The institute works on the premise that the best way to conserve biodiversity is to study it, enhance it and use the opportunities it offers to improve the quality of life of human beings.
INBio is a non-governmental, non-profit, public interest civil society organization that works in close collaboration with various government institutions, universities, the private sector and other public and private organizations, both inside and outside the Coast Rica.
The project is located in a very nice small village Banská Belá (no. 188) in hostel VilaBela. Village is only 5 kms far from Banská Štiavnica, that is written in the List of UNESCO World Heritage. Many say Banská Štiavnica is the most beautiful town in Slovakia. Everyone knows that it attracts artists, romantics and generally all people able to perceive its magical atmosphere. There is one widespread aphorism about Štiavnica: People are divided into two groups: those who love Štiavnica and those who have not been there yet.
Volunteers will collaborate with the staff of nursing homes mainly with recreational and entertainment activities planned for the elderly.
In particular volunteers will be involved in the following activities:
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