A project, ‘CREATING TO BE’, is looking for volunteers from Georgia aged 18-30 to promote youngsters’ participation in Liepaja Children and Youth Centre department ‘Youth house’ in Latvia.
The European Solidarity Corps project aims to involve youngsters to participate in organising non-formal events in a creative environment, which are beneficial for local society as well as for volunteers, and includes learning new skills, revealing cultural diversity, developing solidarity and mutual understanding among young people.
The hosting organisation will buy the tickets, accommodate volunteers, cover food expenses and provide €120 pocket money per month.
The deadline for applications is 7 November.
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