RESOLVE: Volunteering 4 Peace – short-term

ESC RESOLVE: Volunteering 4 Peace – Short term is a volunteering placement project with the aim of supporting the continued development & sustainment of the RESOLVE: Network, a youth-led peace network offering young people from the UK (& in other countries) to volunteer on the network, supporting their personal & professional development and developing the local network in their host countries.

The Volunteer also supports the host partners local goals, delivery objectives and community work.

ESC RESOLVE: Volunteering 4 Peace, will ensure the sustainment of the RESOLVE: Network – Youth Wing and provide support and guidance to ensure the local RESOLVE: Network continues, while promoting the values of the European Solidarity Corps programme.

RESOLVE: Volunteering for Peace in Krasnodar

The first open placements under this project are available in Krasnodar, Russia:

  • 2 placements are available from April 2022 and
  • 3 placements are available from June 2022.

April- May 2022 placement activities:

  1. Support young people with disabilities
  2. Art training
  3. Typography
  4. English language workshop support
  5. Support the preparation of the International Camp
  6. Prepare Intercultural Dialogue social media posts
  7. Support workshop sessions with coordinators

15th June – 15th August 2022 placement activities:

  1. Support the preparation of the Diplomatic Camp DipCamp
  2. Support the implementation of diverse workshops (robotics, creative, sports)
  3. Support language workshops (English speaking clubs)
  4. Support participants organise show programmes (thematical nights)
  5. Organise energizers, games, teambuilding activities
  6. And much more….
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If you are interested to join one of the opportunities, please email Asfar’s Team by the 10th January 2022.

More info available here.

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