Moving People in Volunteering
The MVP project aims at building on the exchange of experience and best practices regards the volunteers’ handling at each organization, creating a firm structure for their project preparation, learning path, empowerment, motivation, growing and entry into the labour market.
Moving people!Supporting the professional development of staff and youth workers in managing volunteers, involving young people in mobility experiences: training course, EVS mobility that stimulate active citizens’ participation, sense of initiatives and understanding of cultural differences.
The TC “Volunteerism and social inclusion” provided innovative tools and methods for youth work focused on development of knowledge and competences on how to involve and empower youngsters with fewer opportunities through volunteering involved 36 participants from 5th to 13th of September 2016 from Kenya, Nepal, Viet Nam, Hungary, France and Italy.
European Voluntary Service
EVS mobility for 12 volunteers coming from Kenya, Nepal, Viet Nam, Hungary, France and Italy in the field of international volunteering. The aim is to enhance personal and professional competences of the volunteers and to support the hosting organisation through non-formal education method.
Story of EVS volunteers! Free and open source blogging platform created by EVS volunteers in which they describe the mobility experience. Through articles the volunteers share their feelings, local activities and daily life with other young people and potential volunteers…
OER as a tool for managing volunteers and volunteer projects. The OER collect and further disseminate useful information about the mobility experiences, while offering management solutions to the organisations working with volunteers. The tool will contain information on managing EVS mobility and international volunteers in general, how to create and implement activities.
Local WorkshopsDuring the
EVS mobility, each group of EVS volunteers will organise 3 local workshops
through non- formal method involving local youngsters.
Volunteering as a mean of empowerment and social inclusion
Based on participative methods youngsters have the possibility to feel the benefit – personal and professional – of being involved in local/international volunteering activities.
Understanding diversity and promoting intercultural dialogue
Focused on intercultural exchanges will lead the youngster to experience their cultural relativism and to evaluate positively the enrichment of diversity.
Encourage young people participation in the democratic process and in society
Youngsters can express their will for the future of their society and can discuss concretely about how to translate their valuable ideas into future involvement.