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Open Call! Căutăm voluntari! Amaro Drom, Berlin, 2013! [RO] [EN]

Deadline 30.11.2012 Căutăm voluntari! Amaro Drom căută o persoană tânără , de etnie Roma , cu vârsta cuprinsă între 18 şi 30 de ani, care doreşte să ia parte la proiectul Serviciul European de Voluntariat (finanţat de către UE, prin programul Youth in Action/Tineret in Acţiune) la Berlin. Proiectul oferă diverse oportunităti de invăţare şi [...]

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Volunteer Profile: Zsuzsanna Kalányos

My name is Zsuzsanna Kalányos. I’m 22 years old and I’m studying to be social worker at the University of Pécs in Hungary. My host organisation is VISA-L’année diaconale, this organisation coordinates hosting projects across France (including associations, institutions, and organizations hosting volunteers) as well as the follow-up and the training of the volunteers throughout their [...]

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EVS Opportunity for Young Roma in CSD Diaconia Valdese in Florence and Piedmont, Italy

Deadline 31.12.2012 OPEN CALL FOR YOUNG ROMA VOLUNTEERS! Volunteer in Italy 2013 – 2014 with CSD Diaconia Valdese! EVS opportunity for Young Roma in CSD Diaconia Valdese in Florence and Piedmont, Italy. The application deadline is 31.12.2012. CSD Diaconia Valdese, a founding member of Phiren Amenca currently opened a call for applications for young Roma [...]

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Volunteer Profile: Slobodan Nikolic

My name is Slobodan Nikolic, I’m 22 years old and I come from Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia. My voluntary service began in September 2011 and will be finished in December 2012. I was a member of the Ecumenical Humanitarian Organization (EHO) of Novi Sad, Serbia. EHO is a non -profit citizens’ association that continues the work [...]

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The European “Boogie Man” Complex – Phiren Amenca Study Session on Challenging Antigypsyism

The European “Boogie Man” Complex – Phiren Amenca Study Session on Challenging Antigypsyism ran from October 14 – 20, 2012 at the European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary. 40 Roma and non-Roma volunteers, volunteer candidates, youth leaders came together from 15 countries in Europe and North America. The study session raised awareness of youth activism to [...]

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Volunteer Profile: Florian Brecht

Taves Baxtalo! Hello! I am Florian and I am a French EVS volunteer for 9 months in Barcelona. I am doing my volunteering at the Federation of Roma Associations of Catalonia, which gives support to all local Roma Associations, defends and promotes the rights and culture of the Roma people. I was not very aware of [...]

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Summer Camp in Uzhgorod, Ukraine

From May 26 – June 10, 2012 Phiren Amenca Member Organization TOUCH Project is hosting a summer camp open to up to 12 volunteer participants. Participants will renovate facilities and entertain kids at two Roma schools in in Uzhgorod, Ukraine. The summer camp is organized with Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste. To get involved visit www.provinzpalast.de!

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Volunteer Profile: Gosia Drewa

Hi, I’m Gosia Drewa from Poland, and I’m doing my voluntary service in Kosovo. I’ve been working here since September 2011 and I have to admit that I went to Kosovo a bit by accident. When I was looking for a voluntary project, I knew one thing: I want to go to Balkans or to [...]

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Volunteer Profile: Merdjan Jakupov

My name is Merdjan Jakupov. I come from Macedonia and I’m 24 years old, and I was doing my voluntary service last year from January – December 2011 in Amaro Drom e.V. Berlin. I come from the north-east of Macedonia, a small town called Kratovo. In my home town I was a member of the [...]

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Volunteer Profile: Georgi Ivanov

2012 is for me the year of new Experience, new Views and new Starts Until June 2011, I studied Social Pedagogy in Bulgaria. As social work varies greatly from country to country, I decided to raise my understanding of how colleagues in other countries cope with their work. I have chosen Germany for my voluntary service because I already speak the [...]

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