The Timis County Youth Foundation in Romania is looking for volunteers for its Youth Centres Up 2 project about social inclusion, human rights and solidarity. The volunteers should be between 18 and 30 years old, fluent in English and motivated to work with youth. The project will take place in Timisoara, Romania. The opportunity is open to young people from EU member states and Ukraine.
Timisoara will be the European Capital of Culture in 2023, and special spaces are needed for young people to meet and express themselves freely. Together with the Timis County Youth Foundation team, 10 teams of volunteers will work to turn 10 old industrial buildings in Timisoara into youth centres.
Accommodation, food allowance, transportation and travel costs are covered by the organisers.
The action is organised under the European Solidarity Corps.
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