European Solidarity Corps: volunteer activity in Poland
November 5, 2021

European Solidarity Corps: volunteer activity in Poland

The Centre for Youth Co-operation and Mobility, a Polish non-governmental organisation based in Gdynia (Poland), invites volunteers from Belarus and Ukraine to join an activity supported by the European Solidarity Corps.

The Centre supports a democratic and open society that is based on values such as solidarity, equality, and tolerance, providing young people with a possibility to develop themselves and become active citizens.

The volunteer will help organise local and international projects during 52 weeks between 7 January 2022 and 6 January 2023.

The volunteer will be provided with accommodation, monthly pocket money and bus tickets.

The candidate can be of any age and background, but interest in journalistic work is welcomed. 

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Press release


November 14, 2021



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