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country Belgium: Centre Couleurs du Monde I CBB01
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1/04/2018 - 15/04/2018
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7 Freiwillige
2 Male / 2 female noch gesucht
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Two different tasks are planned: Organisation of leisure activities for the kids (games, sports, DIY workshop…) and the creation and organisation of a final artistic exhibition, the local partner is waiting for your team to come with fresh ideas and to create a show with the residents, you could act, paint, film, dance…You will create this show all together and do an exhibition in the end of project at the centre Couleurs du monde.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Accommodation will be provided in the centre. Two bedrooms with 4 single beds (with shower and toilet). Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly forbidden inside the centre. Food will be provided, relax – no cooking! Pork is not cooked in the centre. If you need a specific diet – you are welcome as well, just let us know.

Lage und Freizeit

Rendeux is a countryside village that lies in the country's Walloon Region and Luxembourg Province and accounts up to 2,500 inhabitants. The village of Rendeux is located in the valley of the River Ourthe in an area which attracts many visitors both for its natural beauty and for such nearby medieval villages as La Roche-en-Ardenne (11km) and Durbuy (18km). For more details, please, visit: www.rendeux.be The closest train station is 8km away – Melreux-Hotton (there is a bus, running till train station – just 10minutes). Belgium is quite small and cosy country, most cities and nice places are easy reachable by train. Brussels is about 2h30 away from Rendeux.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Centre Couleurs du Monde is a reception centre for asylum seekers managed by Belgian Red Cross. It can host up to 200 people who have asked for asylum in Belgium. Their stay in the centre is temporary and lasts until a decision is taken regarding a possible refugee status. The centre provides such services as accommodation, food, medical and social counselling, schooling and educational courses, cultural, sport events etc. One of the most important points is that the centre is open to the world, by promoting international exchanges with volunteers from all over the world. That is the main purpose of the camp – intercultural exchanges thanks to a voluntary project. To learn more about Red Cross Asylum seekers centre you can visit the following website http://www.croix-rouge.be/activites/asile-et-migration/nos-centres-d-accueil-pour-demandeurs-d-asile/ This workcamp will be the 11th in the history of the Centre. Previous projects were successful and a source of motivation to continue to collaborate together.

Treffpunkt

The 01st of April at Melreux-Hotton train station at 3.00pm.

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Main laguage of camp will be English, some notions of French will be useful. And also you can find here a lot of people from all over the world, you can discover numerous other languages! Facial expression, sign language and emotional interjections may help you in any situation! Feel free!

Anforderungen

This project requests volunteers with a good level of motivation for its theme and who are prepared to integrate the life of a refugee centre. We recommend them to a have an idea about the policy concerning refugees in their own country. In order to demonstrate this, we ask the candidate volunteers: -> to send a short motivation letter. -> to answer our specific questionnaire (if you do not have it yet, please ask it to your sending organisation). We will not confirm any placement request before the analysis of these documents
Organisation Compagnons Bâtisseurs Belgium Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Melreux-Hotton train station Projekt-Sprache(n) English , French
country Belgium: Special Olympics Belgium JAVVA1801
Bewertungen
4/05/2018 - 16/05/2018
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14 Freiwillige
7 Male / 3 female noch gesucht
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For this 36th edition of the Belgian National Games, volunteers will help on several aspects of the event logistics, such as assembling and dismantling of structures, building and putting up the decorations, transport and unloading of material, waste management,... Volunteers will work with several teams of the organisation before and after the Games. During the 3 days of competitions, volunteers will provide guidance to athletes for one of the disciplines of the competition: a precision ball sport, related to bowls and "pétanque" called Bocce. The Opening Ceremony as well as the Torch Run will take place on May 9th while the Games will take place from May 10th to May 12th 2018. Physical work will be asked to volunteers so it is important to take this into account. Volunteers will also have lighter tasks like guidance of athletes, decorations, waste management,...

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMMODATION : Volunteers will sleep in the logistic centre or in « Festihut », small chalets allowing to host 4 persons each. The accommodation will be located in Mouscron. Please bring a sleeping bag. FOOD : Meals will be taken with the different teams of the organisation and will be prepared by local volunteers. Vegetarian food will be available but should be asked in advance.

Lage und Freizeit

The 2018 National Games will take place between Tournai and Mouscron, French-speaking cities located in Wallonia, close to the French border. The National Games will mainly take place in Mouscron where volunteers will spend most of their time. This city is located about 100 km away from Brussels, 25 km from Lille (France) and 25 km from Tournai. The place of the workcamp can be reached easily by public transport.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Created by Eunice Kennedy Shriver in 1968, "Special Olympics" aim to providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Today, Special Olympics is a global movement serving more than 4 million people with intellectual disabilities in 178 countries and representing 30 different types of sports. Special Olympics Belgium was founded in 1979 and is officially recognized by the Belgian Olympic and Interfederal Committee. It organises National Games every year (alternatively in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia) and send delegations of Belgian athletes to the Winter and Summer Special Olympics World Games. These competitions are open to any athlete with intellectual disability who regularly practise a sport at his/her own level. More than just a physical and sport training, these activities enhance the social development of the athletes. The 2018 National Games will take place in Tournai and Mouscron and will host about 3400 athletes and 1200 coaches from 320 sport clubs to compete in 19 adapted sports and disciplines. The programme will include a torch run, opening and closure ceremonies, an Olympic village, a healthy athletes programme and an art exhibition from artists with mental disability. More information (FR) on : https://www.special-olympics.be/fr/

Treffpunkt

Mouscron train station on 4/05

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This workcamp requires physical efforts at some moments. Volunteers are asked to prove a strong interest for the thematic of this event. There will be one free day before and one free day after the competition. Please bring good working shoes and clothes that can get dirty as well as a raincoat in case of rainy weather. A project-related motivation letter is required.

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This workcamp requires physical efforts at some moments. Volunteers are asked to prove a strong interest for the thematic of this event. There will be one free day before and one free day after the competition. Please bring good working shoes and clothes that can get dirty as well as a raincoat in case of rainy weather. A project-related motivation letter is required.
Organisation JAVVA Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Mouscron train station Projekt-Sprache(n) English , French
country Belgium: Festival Jam’In Jette JAVVAVS18/01
Bewertungen
16/05/2018 - 21/05/2018
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10 Freiwillige
5 Male / 5 female noch gesucht
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Volunteers will help on several aspects of the festival logistics, such as assembling and dismantling of tents, building and putting up the decorations, transport and unloading of material, installation of the “village of organisations”, waste management... Volunteers will work with all people working on the festival (technicians, stage managers, facilitators, organizers...). During the festival, which will take place on May 18th (in the evening) and May 19th 2018, volunteers will have the possibility, if they wish, to be integrated in the different teams (tickets, bar, catering...).

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMMODATION : Volunteers will sleep in tents on the site of the festival. The living conditions are very rudimentary similar to conditions of a “scout camp”. Sanitary facilities will be accessible in a building nearby. Please bring your sleeping bag, a mattress and toiletries. If you have the possibility, you can also bring your own tent. Keep in mind that nights can be very cold in Belgium. FOOD : Meals will be taken with the diverse teams of the festival.

Lage und Freizeit

The workcamp will take place in Jette, one of the 19 municipalities of Brussels-Capital Region, located in the northern part. Volunteers will stay on the festival site, on “Parc de la Jeunesse”. The site is easily reachable by public transport.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Installed since 2008 in the “Parc de la Jeunesse” in Jette, this free festival has developed a strong identity. Jam’in Jette is a world music festival with bands from across the world, playing every style of music known to man against a backdrop of artistic activity (open stages, creative workshops…) for all ages. This festival aims to promote sustainable economic, ecological and social development. The 2018 edition should gather about 15 000 festival-goers. Jam’in Jette is: • a world music festival • accessible to all, especially given its free access and the diversity of the programme • mixed, multicultural, multilingual, multigenerational • warm, welcoming, family-friendly • committed, entertaining, optimistic • festive, creative, colourful • local, giving the opportunity to the inhabitants of the area to present this unknown and charming part of Brussels More information (FR) on: http://jaminjette.be Video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAL2Ag7XpyY

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Bruxelles-Nord train station

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Please bring good working shoes and clothes that can get dirty, warm clothes as well as a raincoat in case of rainy weather. If you have a music instrument or juggling material, feel free to bring it! A project-related motivation letter is required.

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Please bring good working shoes and clothes that can get dirty, warm clothes as well as a raincoat in case of rainy weather. If you have a music instrument or juggling material, feel free to bring it! A project-related motivation letter is required.
Organisation JAVVA Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Bruxelles-Nord train station Projekt-Sprache(n) English , French
country Belgium: Clerheid School JAVVA18/02
Bewertungen
4/06/2018 - 16/06/2018
Extra-Gebühr 0
8 Freiwillige
4 Male / 2 female noch gesucht
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We invite volunteers to give their support to the multiple tasks which will help the school to organize incredible summer camps. The purpose is mainly the exchange between enthusiastic and motivated youngsters in order to share all together our experiences and wishes. There will be two types of tasks: farm work and renovation/construction. During the workcamp, we wish the volunteers to share with us the everyday life of Clerheid School as well as the maintenance of the site, by performing the following tasks: • To take care of the animals (2 horses, 2 donkeys, 2 goats, sheep and chickens), • To prepare the fields, to fix the fences, and various farm works, • To maintain the forest (wood collecting, pruning and storage) and of the 12 hectares of fields (haymaking, cutting “bad weed”…), to construct a dry stone wall, gardening, • To prepare, maintain and renovate various installations, wooden construction… Volunteers will also have the opportunity to visit and work in the wooden village hosting every year hundreds of kids. This enchanting place is the fruit of the work and imagination of generations of kids and activity leaders, and today it extends considerably (more than 20 huts over 2 hectares, a bridge, an amphitheatre, a fence...). Tasks are fairly diversified so that there is something for every taste. The planning of activities will be developed progressively according to the progress of work, the weather, needs of the organisation and wishes of volunteers.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMMODATION : Volunteers will live in a small cottage, with a kitchen, a bathroom and two bedrooms (2 x 4 beds), as well as in a dormitory with a bathroom. Volunteers may also sleep in tents or in a hut during one weekend. Please bring your sleeping bag. FOOD : Volunteers will either take their lunch with groups during the camps or they will cook by themselves in the kitchen at their disposal.

Lage und Freizeit

Clerheid School is located in a hamlet in the province of Luxembourg, in Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium. The domain is located between 350 and 550 meters of altitude, away from major roads on a crest of the Ardennes. The place of the workcamp is isolated and it is not reachable by public transport. The closest town, Marche-en-Famenne, is 30 minutes away by car.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Clerheid School is recognized by the French Community of Belgium as meeting and accommodation centre offering school camps and holidays camps for kids and teenagers. Most activities take place in the frame of a one-week camp. Educational priorities of Clerheid School : • To encourage wonderment, peace, respect of life and what allows life • To stimulate solidarity learning and caring of each other • To give priority to fulfilment and welcome every child, each youngster no matter his/her origin, philosophy, age, character • To encourage a good understanding of freedom • To raise consciousness of art, responsibility and initiative • To be especially demanding about enthusiastic motivation of all • To develop critical thinking skills More information (FR) on http://www.ecoledeclerheid.com

Treffpunkt

Bomal train station on 4/06

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This workcamp is designed for nature lovers who are not afraid of outdoor work in an isolated place (no wifi). Volunteers should be willing to interact with children as there will be camps and activities with kids organised during the workcamp. There will be very limited access to Internet and a phone in the office of the organisation. In order to preserve conviviality and harmony within the groups, we wish the workcamp to be alcohol-free. A project-related motivation letter is required.

Anforderungen

This workcamp is designed for nature lovers who are not afraid of outdoor work in an isolated place (no wifi). Volunteers should be willing to interact with children as there will be camps and activities with kids organised during the workcamp. There will be very limited access to Internet and a phone in the office of the organisation. In order to preserve conviviality and harmony within the groups, we wish the workcamp to be alcohol-free. A project-related motivation letter is required.
Organisation JAVVA Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Bomal train station Projekt-Sprache(n) English , French
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