The Polish ‘OSTOJA’ Association for people with disabilities, located in Wrocław, Poland, invites volunteers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to take part in a long-term activity.
The volunteer will be able to help staff with everyday work and create their own workshops and activities (teaching their native language, art, music, etc.).
The association will help with getting a visa, cover travel costs, accommodation, ticket for public transport in the city, pocket money, and insurance.
The activity will last during 43 weeks between 1 February and 30 November.
The deadline for applications is 31 January.
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