Moving People in Volunteering- MPV is a 20-months capacity building project in the field of youth which involves 6 partners: 3 from Programme Countries (Italy, France, Hungary) & 3 from Partner ones (Kenya, Vietnam and Nepal).
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.
The project offers 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. In this process, all partner organizations gain competences on volunteers’ management, while participants acquire a series of soft skills which will render them more employable offering to them a useful experience in various situations, both personal and professional.
- To promote young people’s social inclusion and stimulate their active participation in democratic life;
- To transfer the knowledge and know-how obtained in the duration of the project into a universal practice of volunteers management, available and open for use;
- To support the professional development of staff and youth workers in managing volunteers, involving young people with a disadvantaged background, and enhancing cooperation among project partners.
The project’s activities include mobility of youth workers & young people. The project supports and promotes the benefits of cooperation, offering opportunities for mobility abroad, strengthening a multi-level capacity building process for all involved actors.
- A 8-days training course (TC) involving youth workers;
- EVS experience for 12 volunteers from all partner’s countries including 3 local workshops;
The positive effects of such activities will resonate in the participating organisations increasing their capacities, fostering cooperation between Programme & Partner countries & improving the quality of youth work approaches & tools.
- Youth workers
- EVS volunteers
- Youngsters involved in the local activities
- Local communities & authorities