The “Hand in hand for a better future” project in Baia Mare, Romania, is looking for young people from a number of European countries and the Republic of Moldova to contribute to project activities as volunteers.
The topics of this European Solidarity Corps project are inclusion and equality, empowering communities, participation and involvement, participatory democracy, rights and equity, and social justice. Volunteers will contribute to creating open, caring and creative communities, belonging to their citizens.
Volunteers will gain diverse social and educational skills and competences, useful for their upcoming educational and employment opportunities. They will be involved in designing and implementing activities of social inclusion through non-formal educational methods practised daily. Volunteers will learn to plan, implement and adjust educational activities for children and youth. They’ll also learn to be more flexible and adapt to changes.
Accommodation, food allowance and transportation expenses are covered by organisers.
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