Apel inchis: Expozitie de fotografie pentru Conferinta Mondiala Scout [DL: 10 iulie 2014]












Iti place sa cercetasesti prin lume? Iti plac natura si fotografia? Atunci esti omul pe care il cautam! Nu rata sansa de a arata lumii de ce esti cercetas!

Dupa cum unii dintre voi stiti deja, anul acesta are loc Conferinta Mondiala Scout, in Slovenia. Aceasta conferinta se desfasoara o data la 3 ani, editia trecuta fiind in Brazilia. In cadrul conferintei se iau hotarari importante pentru dezvoltarea Organizatiei Mondiale a Miscarii Scout.

De asemenea, este si momentul in care avem sansa de a arata cum e sa fii cercetas, in fiecare tara. Cu aveasta ocazie, suntem invitati sa trimitem fotografii reprezentatice pentru cercetasi  si natura. Fotografiile vor fi expuse in cadrul unei expozitii care le va reuni pe cele sosite din toate tarile!


Mai jos aveti invitatia din partea cercetasilor sloveni:


Dear friends.

Zveza tabornikov Slovenije invites you to participate in an open call for photography exhibition. In August 2014, the association will host the 40th World Scout Conference that will coincide with a photography exhibition “Youth in Nature” at the main promenade of the busiest park in our capital Ljubljana. This will allow us to showcase Scouting activities in the nature from across the globe to inhabitants of Ljubljana, foreign visitors and tourists.

The contest is open to all photographers, amateurs or professionals. We are looking forward to see your photographs of unforgettable moments in nature with your fellow Scouts!

The photographs must be delivered by 30 June 2014.

Please find mere information here: http://www.wsc2014.si/docs/photo-exhibition-en.pdf

Va rugam sa ne trimiteti si un document impreuna cu pozele in care sa se regaseasca:

Name and Surname:

E-mail address:

Telephone number:

Title and short description for each file (photo):

Va rugam sa trimiteti toate fotografiile la adresa international@scout.ro pana pe 10 iulie.  Le vom reuni pe toate si le vom trimite catre expozitie.

Subiect: Expozitie WSC 2014

Apel inchis: 9th Serbian Scout Jamboree, DL: 15 iunie 2014



Dear friends in scouting,

The Scout Organization of Serbia would like to invite you to the 9th Serbian Scout Jamboree that will take place in Bela Crkva from 25th  July to 8th  August 2014.

Under the motto  “One idea, one dream – one goal” the event will bring scouts working together, exploring the rich and diverse Serbian culture and traditions, sharing ideas and engaging in diverse activities and programs.

The program of the jamboree is aimed at two different age sections in Serbian scouting: scouts aged 11-15 and venture scouts aged 15-19. Rovers aged 19-25 and adults can participate either as leaders, or as the members of the IST.


The participation fee is 60 Euros+10Euro (for Romanians). The fee covers all the meals, the program materials, participants pack and short field trips that will be organized as a part of the program.


Rovers aged 18-25 and adults can join the Jamboree as a part of the International service team. The full list of positions available for the IST will be published on the jamboree website. The participation fee for the members of the IST is 75% of the full participation fee.


Meals will be distributed from a centralized kitchen since cooking is not allowed on the site. There will be three meals per day served in disposable packaging. The participants will only have to bring their own utensils (knife, fork, spoon, etc). Special dietary needs will be observed in case they have been announced during the registration process.


Accommodation is in tents that participants bring with them. The full list of equipment needed will be distributed at the later stage.


Deadline for registration is May 31st 2014. The registration forms in English can be obtained by request. Deadline for payment and payment details will be announced at a later stage.


The website:  www.jamboree.rs

Taxa: 70 de Euro, Pentru inscrieri va rugam sa contactati departamentul (international@scout.ro) sau pe Ioana Frincu ioana.frincu@scout.ro

Apel inchis: Stagiu de voluntariat EVS, Slovacia [DL: 9 martie 2014]


Centrul de Voluntariat Cluj-Napoca (CVCN) recruteaza un voluntar (cu varsta intre 18 si 30 de ani) pentru un stagiu de 10 luni (1 aprilie 2014 – 31 ianuarie 2015) in orasul Banska Bystrita – Slovacia. Stagiul se va desfasura in organizatia Centrul de Voluntariat Banska Bystrica (Centrum Dobrovolnictva) cu care CVCN are o foarte buna colaborare.

Cu suportul organizatiei si impreuna cu voluntarii locali si intrenationali, voluntarul va organiza minim 5 evenimente publice de promovare a voluntariatului si se va implica in programe de voluntariat locale bazate pe metoda service-learning (invatare prin voluntariat). Toate activitatile vor fi realizate prin metode de educatie nonformala. Stagiul de voluntariat ii va oferi voluntarului sansa sa isi dezvolte urmatoarele competente: relationare interpersonala, relationare institutionala, abilitati de organizare de evenimente, leadership, comunicare orala si in scris, lucru in echipa, managementul timpului, managementul resurselor umane si materiale, creativitate, gandire alternativa, etc.

Profilul voluntarului: varsta intre 18 si 30 de ani, capacitate de a lucra in echipa, abilitati de comunicare, flexibilitate si dorinta de a se adapta la situatii noi, cunoasterea limbii engleze la nivel mediu, creativitate, onestitate, deschidere pentru a interactiona cu persoane diverse. Costurile acoperite: cazarea si masa pe perioada stagiului, cheltuielile cu utilitatile, transport local, cursuri de limba slovaca, 90% din transportul international, alte materiale, bani de buzunar.

Singurul cost pe care voluntarul il va acoperi este 10% din transportul international dus-intors.

Voluntarul selectat va beneficia de o sesiune de pregatire inainte de plecare di de numeroase sesiune de pregatire pe perioada stagiului. Persoanele interesate sunt rugate sa trimita un CV si o scrisoare de motivatie in limba engleza la adresa cluj@voluntariat.ro, pana in data de 9 martie 2014. Pentru detalii suplimentare puteti suna la 0729 83 77 73 (Nicoleta Racolta).

Apel inchis: Stagiu EVS la Centrul Scout Kapraluv mlyn, Cehia (1.09.2014 – 31.08.2015) [DL: 20.06.2014]





Vrei sa faci voluntariat si sa descoperi o noua cultura in acelasi timp? Daca raspunsul tau este DA, atunci avem o propunere pentru tine!

Centrul Scout Kapraluv mlyn cauta 1 voluntar roman pentru un stagiu in cadrul Serviciului European de voluntariat pe o perioada de 12 luni.

Mai jos aveti, in limba engleza detaliile legate ce implica munca voastra de voluntari acolo si de centru (locatie si facilitati).

Working place:

We work both outside and inside, dependently on the weather and the season. Outside we usually make some programme with children – in the garden, on the meadow or in the forest. There is also still enough work around the building so it is also part of our job (e.g. cutting gras, picking apples…). Sometimes the volunteers are taken to more remote place for the conservation work in the Protected Landscape Area or within a educational programme.
Inside there are three parts for the accommodation, small and big hall, canteen, kitchen and office. Except educational programme held in whole building, volunteers usually work in the kitchen (assist the cookers) or in the office which consists of one bigger room for staff, one smaller room for volunteers and small kitchen. Everybody has access to the computer with internet.

Leisure time opportunities:

Kapraluv mlyn is situated in the beautiful area of the Ricka valley ideal for outdoor activities from jogging and biking to rockclimbing and caving. Natural lake for swimming (with a restaurant in the summer) is 20 minutes walk. The ranch offering horse riding is 10 minute walk. There are plenty of leisure time opportunities in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic.


The amount of the pocket money that a volunteer receives follows EVS rules. When you eat at Kapraluv mlyn and occasionally visit some culture event or buy some basic needs, it is enough. Official currency is the Czech crown (CZK). There are a lot of cash-machines and exchange offices in Brno.

Rules, preferences and restrictions:

Kapraluv mlyn is a non-smoking area. Consumption of alcohol and drugs is strictly forbidden here (a pub is 300 metres down the valley). Smoking is possible only outside the Kapraluv mlyn’s property. It is not possible to bring your own pets.


Kapraluv mlyn is located 2 kilometres from the Ochoz u Brna village (1200 inhabitants), there is a shop, post office, doctor, Roman Catholic church (service every Sunday) and several typical Czech pubs. However, Kapraluv mlyn is very close to Brno, a regional capital city with 400 000 inhabitants, five universities, a lot of historical monuments, great cultural life and sport opportunities. It is just 10 minutes to Brno by the public transport, Brno downtown is accessible within 30 minutes by public transport (bus going at least every hour except the night).

Accomodation and food:

Accomodation for volunteers is provided at Kapraluv mlyn in lockable rooms with two or three beds and own bathroom (photos at www.kapraluvmlyn.cz). It is possible that during the night there are only volunteers, not staff, in the Centre. When we cook meals for the guests we can provide the perfect home-made cuisine 3 times a day for volunteers as well. Small kitchen with a sink is located in the corridor providing opportunity to make continental breakfasts, cook tea or coffee, heat in microwave etc. Wireless internet is available for free, but cell phone signal in most indoor spaces is poor. Washing machine is available for free.

Social environment:

The Kapraluv mlyn team consists of full and part time staff members and a group of Czech volunteers who provide great support. Most of the staff members are 25-30 years of age and together with a head and a deputy directors below 40 they make relax and welcoming atmosphere based on mutual respect and confidence. Nevertheless they all are hard-workers often staying overnight to finish their jobs. They love their work and want to kickstart the newly established institution.

Proposed activities for EVS volunteers:

Kapraluv mlyn offers to volunteers learning possibilities in the following topics: conservation management, environmental education methods, sustainable technologies and environment-friendly building techniques. Throughout the volunteer experience the participans will have a chance to meet with different Brno NGOs, city representatives and to explore successful environmental projects. As a result of the everyday contact with Kapraluv mlyn guests (mostly Czech and foreign high school students), volunteers will be given the opportunity to explore different cultures and on the other hand a volunteer represents his own culture to the guests.
Language training will be part of the voluntary experience.

Volunteers will become members of the Kapraluv mlyn staff. Although it is impossible for volunteers to lead environmental education programme on their own, they could help leaders by carrying props etc. and watch the programmes. They will also help with preparation of the environmental programmes and with everyday operation of the centre. Personal project of a volunteer should focus on application of the experience obtained at Kapraluv mlyn (either in nature conservation, environmental education, sustainable technologies, environmentaly friendly building techniques) in his homeland and/or a career. Thanks to informal connections between the Kapraluv mlyn and many Brno NGOs it is also possible to visit organizations with different missions and methods of work: conservation, civil rights, animal rigths, social inclusion, anti-discrimination campaigns. In this case, volunteers will obtain possibility to explore activities of different Czech NGOs.

During EVS service at Kapraluv mlyn, volunteers will pass through different kinds of jobs. The work scheme is balanced to mix manual and intellectual activities. Volunteers are supposed to participate at Kapraluv mlyn everyday duties (looking after the garden and animals, help in kitchen, clean-up, maintenance of Kapraluv mlyn grounds, etc.), environmental education programmes (assisting lecturers, creating, testing and evaluating their own environmental education programmes and projects), natural management (cutting grass and invasive plants in natural reservations under supervision of the Moravian karst rangers with special training in natural management techniques). They should also participate in a long-time project of construction of house for future volunteers made of natural materials.
Working hours are flexible and up to agreement between volunteers and coordinator. Main point affecting the working time are programmes for children (usually Monday-Friday, the most in Summer). Volunteer has right to two free days per week (usually weekend) but he has to arrange it always with coordinator in advance. It is also possible to go home for longer time (e.g. Christmas).
Time schedule:
35 hours per week

8 hours of manual work
8 hours of supporting works for environmental education
6 hours for volunteers personal project
4 hours of occasional works
3 hours of language courses
2 hours of meeting and service evaluation with coordinator and other volunteers
2 hours of meeting with mentor
2 hours of special educational programme (NGO, environment, conservation)

In time schedule are also included two hour spent with mentor. Every volunteer has a mentor (usually person of same gender and similar age) who can help him with orientation in local environment, with problems in the work, with other people, or how spend leisure time etc. Time spent with mentor in addition to these two hours is up to agreement between volunteer and mentor.

Volunteer profiles and recruitment process:

Volunteer profiles:
In line with the mission of the Kapraluv mlyn Scout Environmental Education Centre we prefer volunteers interested in nature conservation topics, environmental education, sustainable technologies and leisure time activities for kids and youth.

Although we appreciate skilled volunteers, we take our EVS participation as a way to share our knowledge and teach the necessary skills. Open-mindedness, will to learn new things and discipline are qualities we are asking for.

Reason, why we want to host the EVS volunteers, is clear. Although other volunteers are coming to us, most of them are Czech and their activities are occasional. We want to work with volunteers on long-term basis and also provide them possibility of intercultural exchange. Also we have good experience from 2005-8 when we hosted some EVS-ers. We think that this type of cooperation can bring big additional value to both sides.


Apel inchis: Junior Professionals in Delegation [DL: 3.03.2014]



A new traineeship programme

Following the phasing out of the Junior Experts in Delegation (JED) programme by the end of 2012, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (High Representative) and the European Commission (Commission) decided to establish a successor regime from 2013 to continue to attract highly qualified junior professionals from the EU Member States in the European Union Delegations (Delegations).

Joint Decision pdf - 478 KB [478 KB]  of the Commission and the High Representative establishing a High Level Traineeship Programme in the Delegations of the European Union and theRules Governing this Programme in Partnership with the Member States of the European Union (EU) was adopted on 12.06.2012.

This Joint Decision has been further specified by a Decision of the Chief Operating Officer of the European External Action Service (EEAS) on the Implementing Rules of the High Level Traineeship Programme pdf - 164 KB [164 KB] Deutsch (de) español (es) français (fr) português (pt) which was adopted on 22/01/2014.

Applicants are strongly invited to read carefully both decisions before applying to this traineeship programme.

An opportunity to deepen partnership with EU Member States in the field of training

This programme is an important contribution to the inter-institutional partnership between the EEAS and the Commission, as well as to the continuation of individual partnerships with each EU Member State in the field of training (the previous JED programme was created in 1984). The new scheme keeps the main strengths and spirit of its predecessor: it is based on a pre-selection of eligible candidates by the partner EU Member States and the preservation, where possible, of a quota of training places per EU Member State.

The authorities of each partner EU Member State have a key role to play in the management of the programme, such as the organisation of the pre-selection of candidates to be presented to the EEAS and the Commission pursuant to the rules established by the Joint Decision, or the possible sponsoring and financing of additional traineeship places.

A new opportunity to be trained from inside an Delegation in the post-Lisbon context

The purpose of this programme is to enable talented and promising junioruniversity post-graduates who hold at least a Masters Degree (see Diplomas Annex pdf - 245 KB [245 KB] ) from the EU Member States to gain first-hand experience in the work of Delegations and a deeper insight into their role in the implementation of EU external relations policies, including the Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP).

In principle, Delegations accredited to third countries and to major international organisations are placed under the authority of the High Representative and represent the EU. Delegations act in close cooperation with the EU Member States” diplomatic and consular missions (Art. 221 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU). They shall support the EU Member States in their diplomatic relations and in their role of providing consular protection to EU citizens in third countries (according to Art. 35 of the Treaty on the EU). In most third countries (more than 125) Delegations have now responsibility for locally representing the EU towards the host state.  Where this is not the case, an EU Member State Embassy has agreed to represent the EU.

The programme is open to those trainees (JPD) showing a great interest and motivation for the mission entrusted to Delegations, sharing the values and principles of the European Union and committed to defend the latter and the place of the European Union in the World.

Staff in the Delegations shall comprise EEAS staff and, where appropriate for the implementation of the European Union budget and European Union policies other than those under the remit of the EEAS, Commission staff. The whole staff in a Delegation is placed under the authority of a Head of Delegation, Ambassador.

Junior Professionals in Delegation will similarly be deployed, depending the nature of their functions and tasks, in both the EEAS sections of the Delegations (for political, press and information functions) and in those under the authority of the Commission (aid management, trade, economic issues, etc.).

Financing of the programme

The traineeship placements are financed through 2 folders:

  • an “EU folder” financed by the credits of the EEAS and of the Commission; the EEAS financing will only cover placements within sections or functions under its direct authority while the Commission credits will finance placements within sections or functions under its authority;
  • a “bilateral folder” financed by voluntary financial contributions of partner EU Member States on the basis of bilateral sponsoring agreements with the EEAS and/or the Commission. Such contributions may finance placements within sections under the authority of the EEAS and/or the Commission.

Number of traineeship positions in 2014

The EEAS plans to commit in 2014 credits covering the expenses of 1 JPD/traineeship position per EU Member State (i.e. a total of 28 JPD) to be deployed in the Delegations for political, press and information functions. Here is the standard description of training assignments for EEAS functions pdf - 11 KB [11 KB] .

The Commission has also decided to finance 1 JPD/traineeship position per EU Member State to be deployed in the Delegations (i.e. a total of 28 JPD). Most positions will be located within operational sections “OPR” in charge of the management of external aid (e.g. institution & capacity building, economic development, energy & climate change, social sectors, governance, infrastructure, rural development, food security, etc. – Development and Cooperation DG – EuropeAid). Here is the standard description of training assignments for Commission operational functions pdf - 15 KB [15 KB] . Other positions may cover “Trade & Economic Affairs” (Trade DG), management of the “Instrument for Stability/Governance” (Service for Foreign Policy Instruments), “European integration” (Enlargement DG) and “Humanitarian aid” (Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection DG). A standard description for those different training assignments is available when clicking on the name of the corresponding Commission DG.

Should the number of positions funded by the EEAS or the Commission be higher or lower than the number of EU Member States, an equivalent number of candidates will be selected amongst the best qualified, taking into account that a maximum of partner EU Member States should benefit from the positions available. The EEAS and the Commission apply an equal opportunity policy.

Applicants are strongly invited to take into consideration these indications before applying for Commission JPD/traineeship positions.

The partner EU Member States have been invited to communicate to the EEAS and the Commission whether they would in principle be interested to resume or initiate the financing of additional junior professionals through a “bilateral folder”, and to provide indications on the envisaged numbers, timelines and the list of thematic/geographic areas and/or Delegations.

What we offer

Under this programme selected candidates might be offered a single traineeshipagreement of a fixed-term of nine (9) months. A renewal of the agreement for another period of nine (9) months may be offered. Hence, eighteen (18) consecutive months maximum.

Trainees or “JPD” will get a monthly basic grant of 1,300 EUR, as well as a monthly accommodation contribution of 1,000 EUR to which a monthly hardship contribution will be added (see LCA table pdf - 58 KB [58 KB] ). Overall, trainees will receive a monthly package within a range of +/- 2,300 EUR to +/- 3,000 EUR, depending on the place of the traineeship. Further financial contributions are foreseen: 2,000 EUR installation contribution, 2,500 EUR contribution towards the cost of the journey and 500 EUR contribution towards the cost of the insurance premium.

Finally, credits will also be allocated to Delegations (not to trainees) to cover the mission and security expenses of the JPD.

How to apply

There are 2 parallel pre-selection processes: one for the EEAS and one for the Commission.

Applications have to be introduced solely according to the standard application formmsw12 - 92 KB [92 KB] available on this website.

Applications shall be sent exclusively to relevant EU Member States” contact points pdf - 347 KB [347 KB] .

Any spontaneous application sent directly to the EEAS or to the Commission will be rejected.

The modalities for presenting applications to the respective national authorities are determined by the EU Member States and should in principle be made available on their relevant websites pdf - 124 KB [124 KB] and/or at the addresses of their contact points.


Candidates who accept an offer for a Traineeship Agreement must conclude by their own means a set of individual insurances against sickness expenses, against the risk of accident and for repatriation, adapted to their country of assignment (specified in the agreed offer). The EEAS may ask the trainee to provide all relevant documents concerning the trainee”s insurance coverage.

The preceding paragraph applies, mutatis mutandis, to the insurance coverage of the trainee’s dependents following him or her to the place of the traineeship.

It is recalled that the default of subscription by the trainee to above individual schemes may lead to immediate termination of the traineeship agreement without financial compensation.

Steps & Timelines for the 2014 selection round

Launching of the 2014 Round – Publication on the website3 February 2014
Deadline for applications to EU Member States3 March 2014
Lists of pre-selected candidates sent to EEAS and Commission HQ28 April 2014
selection panels at EEAS and Commission HQMay 2014
matching (who goes where)May 2014
Communication of results to EU Member States2 June 2014
Traineeship offers sent to validated candidatesJuly 2014
reception of documents required from selected candidatesJuly 2014
Obligatory Induction Training in BrusselsSeptember 2014
Starting of traineeships in DelegationsSeptember/October 2014
Possible renewal of the traineeship agreement for 9 monthsJune/July 2015


Apel închis: Stagii de voluntariat in Share Discovery Village, Northern Ireland (ongoing)





Deadline: ongoing
Open to: internationals over 18,  long and short term volunteering is available
Venue: Share Discovery Village,


Do you have the time and skill to be a volunteer? Whatever your skills or experience, whatever your age or ability, whatever your time commitment, we have a wide range of volunteering opportunities at SHARE. Volunteers are needed to assist in all areas of the Share Centre both short-term and long-term. to work at SHARE.

Every summer the Share Centre in Northern Ireland welcomes about 15 international volunteers from all over the world, to come and help. These volunteers stay between 1 week to several months, living and working alongside our staff and volunteers. They participate in a variety of jobs from helping those with a disability, to working in the Centre’s garden, to assisting our water and land based activity programmes. Any young international volunteers, who are interested in short or long term volunteering at the Share Discovery Village please enquire.

The busy peak season runs from March to September – this is when volunteers will mostly be required to help our qualified instructors provide activity programmes and assist with the needs of our guests.  During the winter months we mainly carry-out maintenance and cleaning projects.


Share works closely with many different groups and societies every year. Many of our 10,000 guests come from the M.S. Society, the Down Syndrome Society, the Muscular Dystrophy Society, the RNIB, the NDCS as well as primary and secondary school groups, youth groups, church groups, scouts and guides and many, many more. All in all we work with a very diverse range of people for whom we need a diverse range of volunteers.


Food and accommodation are provided for all volunteers.  Volunteers have access to all the facilities offered at Share. Accommodation for long term volunteers is provided in two houses, both located one-quarter mile from the main Share site. All international volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years old.  SHARE offers not only food and accommodation but also opportunities to meet a huge variety of people of all ages and abilities from all around the world and make lifelong friends. You will be helping people and learning lots of new skills and you get all this on the beautiful shore of Lough Erne.


If you want to apply, please fill in the Application Form.

In order to provide a safe environment for the guests visiting SHARE, all staff and long term volunteers must be vetted in accordance with the guidelines provided by Access NI for the protection of children and vulnerable adults. It is requested that along with an application form you must provide a police check from your country of residence.  Joining the team at Share couldn’t be easier, simply pick up the phone and call Jacqui on +44 (0) 28 6772 2122 or e-mail jacqui@sharevillage.org. She will answer any questions you may have. If you have time on your hands or just want to try something different get in touch, it’s time to discover what you can share!

Read more: http://www.mladiinfo.eu/blog/2012/08/14/share-discovery-village-volunteering-northern-ireland/#ixzz2sMKvzFSl

Apel închis: Stagiu de voluntariat in Krásnohorská Dlhá Lúka, Slovacia (1 Apr. 2014 – 31 Ian. 2015)







Asociatia Comunitatilor Interculturale impreuna cu Asociatia GMS (Gemerský mládežnícky spolok) din Krásnohorská Dlhá Lúka, Slovacia, cauta un baiat (18-29 de ani) pentru un stgiu de voluntariat in cadrul Serviciului European de Voluntariat. Stagiul incepe: in data de 1 aprilie 2014 si se termina in 31 ianuarie 2015. Voluntarii vor fi implicati in urmatoarele activitati:
1. Fotografierea si digitalizarea bisericilor, cimitirelor, muzeelor din regiunea Rožňava, respectiv colectarea de date si actualizarea bazelor de date despre satele din jur, ONG-uri, biserici, si atractii turistice. (www.rozsnyovidek.sk)
2. Activitati in cadrul cursurilor de tras cu arcul.
3. Ajutor in organizarea evenimentului Vara Gomor-Tornai 2013, editia a 3-a
4. Ajutor in implementarea evenimentelor organizate de GMS si asociatiile partnere – excursii, tabere de vara, seminarii, schimburi de tineri, ateliere de lucru etc.
5. Activitati in legatura cu functionarea biroului GMS- intretinere, vopsire, curatare etc.
In perioada stagiului, voluntarii vor avea posibilitatea de a invata limba slovaca cu ajutorul unui profesor. Voluntarii vor fi cazati in Pensiunea Jozefína din Krásnohorská Dlhá Lúka. Va avea la dispozitie o camera, o bucatarie complet utilata- aragaz electric cu cuptor, cuptor cu microunde, frigider, congelator, etc; baie, calculator, internet, biciclete pentru excursii in zona. 
Voluntarul va primi 95 de euro/luna bani de buzunar, si 150 de euro/ luna pentru alimente, deci in total 245 de euro/luna. 
Mai multe informatii despre activitatile voluntarilor:www.facebook.com/git.voluntarywww.face1book.com/git.voluntary
Asteptam cv-urile si scrisorile motivationale pe adresa de email:as.comunitatilor.interculturale@gmail.com

Apel închis: Stagii de voluntariat in Schio, Italia(03/03/2014 – 03/03/2015 – 07/04/2014 – 07/04/2015) [DL: 31.01.2014]

FCASEC (www.fcasec.com) in parteneriat cu PROGETTO ZATTERA BLU SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA SOCIALE ONLUS din Italia, selecteaza tineri pentru stagii de voluntariat in Schio (Italia).
Durata: 12 luni
Perioada: 03/03/2014 – 03/03/2015, respectiv 07/04/2014 – 07/04/2015
Nr voluntari: 2
Tematica: lucru cu persoane cu dizabilitati
Informatii despre stagii se pot gasi in documentul atasat sau se pot cere la adresa: georgeta.mureanu@yahoo.com
Data limita de inscriere: 31.01.2014
Scrisoarea de motivatie, CV-ul si formularul de inscriere atasat se vor trimite la adresa georgeta.mureanu@yahoo.com

Hug the differences” este un proiect SEV. Serviciul European de Voluntariat (SEV ) este un program finanatat de UE care asigura voluntarului 90% din transport, cazare, masa, transport local si alocatie lunara (difera de la tara la tara).
Informatii despre programul Serviciul European de Voluntariat puteti gasi aici:


Apel închis: Voluntari pentru un stagiu SEV, Centrul pentru Arta Contemporana “Kronika” din Bytom, Polonia (Martie 2014-Martie 2015) [DL: 2Februarie]

logo-KRONIKAThe Centre for Contemporary Art KRONIKA is looking for volunteers for the
” Filling empty spaces” EVS project, to be implemented in Bytom, Upper
Silesia, Poland. The 12 months project will start in march/april 2014 and 
involve two volunteers, one from Germany and one from Romania. They will
support with the educational program in KRONIKA, organizing language
workshops and innovative artistic and cultural activities. The aim of the
program is to increase knowledge and skills of young people living in
postindustrial cities of Upper Silesia. Volunteers will be working mainly
with children and young people with lower opportunities . They will have a
chance to learn about the way contemporary art influences local
communities, they will explore the environment in which the young people
live on a daily basis, where they spend their time and try to make they
dreams come true . 
Also the volunteers will have the opportunity to help in the
implementation of contemporary art projects such as: exhibitions,
installations, discussions , artistic residences organized in KRONIKA .
They will be involved in work related to the organization of events and
their promotion and gain skills and experience in managing cultural events.

Project start: march (april) 2014

Project length: 12 months

Volunteer profile:

We are searching for 1 volunteer from Romania and 1 volunteer from
Germany, motivated to work with young people through innovative art
projects. Interest in contemporary art will be an advantage. Applications
including a CV and motivation letter should be sent to the project
co-ordinator Ms Agata Gomolinska-Senczenko at biuro@pfee.org.pl 

and in CC to the sending organization from the partner country:

Ulla Eberhard: ulla.eberhard@koeln-freiwillig.de 
Kölner Freiwilligen Agentur e.V.

Cristina projectinfo.mc@gmail.com 
Millennium Centre Association in Arad

Application deadline is the 2nd of February.

Pentru alte detalii, persoana de contact este Agata Gomolinska-Senczenko –
coordonator proiect, e-mail: biuro@pfee.org.pl