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Dänemark Dänemark: Build Festival 2022 (MS04)

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29/06/2022   -   21/07/2022

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Alter
20 - 34
Maximale Anzahl von Freiwilligen
15
Immer noch Platz für
2 Male + 1 Female
Projekt-Sprache(n)
Englisch
Vegetarisches Essen
Ja
Nächster Flughafen
Aalborg (AAL)
Anreise über
Ebeltoft Bus Station or Vinkestrækning Bus Station

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The Work Camp aims to help create the best possible building festival. You will all be working together in smaller teams of 2-5.

Week 1: During this week, the volunteers will be setting up the festival by sorting wood, moving materials around and making signs and decorations for the festival.
You will also be working on setting up the different areas of the festival - “the building area”, “bar”, “kitchen”, “dishwashing area”, “ticket-check-in”, “toilets”, “tent area”, “creative area”, “kids zone” and the “music stage area”. You can be creative and design an area as you think works best - you are creating the festival setting for everyone to enjoy.

Week 2: During this week, the festival will take place. You will be working in different areas of responsibility. You will be checking tickets in the ”check-in zone,” assisting in the kitchen, working with kids in the ”kids zone,” and assisting in the “tool shop.” We decide on who does what, together.
During week 2, all 500 festival guests (who purchase tickets) are assigned to also help run the festival with a minimum of one volunteer task. Thereby making everyone a volunteer. They fill out the tasks of “bar shifts”, “kitchen shifts”, “toilet check-ups” and “matter out of place shifts (tidy up)”. It creates a very unique atmosphere when everyone helps to make the festival happen.

Week 3: During this week, you will be taking the festival apart, and cleaning up the festival area. We aim to leave no trace behind. During this week, we will also briefly evaluate the festival and your entire experience before the farewell party.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Accommodation:
Everyone should bring a minimum of a sleeping bag, a pillow and a towel.
From experience, the festival knows that some people might not want to stay in tents due to temperatures (normally ranging from 10-25 degrees celsius, with a few days of heavy winds). Therefore, there will be an option to borrow a mattress and sleep inside in a nice big room with others at the festival site.
Most people will be sleeping in tents - festival style! We recommend that you bring your own tent. We will try to get tents for everyone who wants one but we can’t make promises before we know how many need one.

Food:
Everyone will take part in cooking, according to a plan we decide on together, as part of the work you will do during your stay. During the festival, food will be served to you, three times a day. All the food is vegan, sometimes with vegetarian options.

Bathroom Facilities:
The festival has toilet facilities and showers - and a lovely beach just a few minutes' walk away. The sea is lovely. There is also a washing machine and kitchen facilities for snacks.

Lage und Freizeit

The festival is located by the sea, in the countryside, but only five kilometres from Ebeltoft – a lovely small city with 8000 inhabitants and known as a great tourist destination.

In your spare time, there are many things to do and see. The festival has some bikes so it will be possible to bike and explore the surrounding area (maybe not everyone at the same time). Some days it might be possible to borrow a car to take a trip, to see the Mols National Naturpark or visit Denmark's second-largest city, Aarhus (45 minutes away by car / 120 minutes by bus).

Your Work Camp leaders will help you and the group with organizing activities in your spare time. It is free to enjoy the beautiful nature of Ebeltoft, but some activities might require an extra charge. The host will not cover additional charges. We aim to have 5-7 days off, during the 22 days of Work Camp. We work hard and play hard - and strive to accommodate everyone's personal wishes during this intents, fun and exciting period with great people all around.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Grobund Build Festival is a 7 day-long festival with over 600 guests, camping, concerts, workshops, talks and co-creation.

The festival's goal is to enhance learning, craft skills, cultural exchange and push new movements for co-creation. Our goal is to create a sustainable festival with a focus on zero waste and reconstruction.

At the festival, everyone has an active role and everyone creates the experience. Anyone can choose to build their own projects or join other projects. We provide for free, all the professional electric powertools and recycled building materials that you will need. When someone builds something, they can choose to take it home with them or donate it for charity.

Though the main aspect of the festival is creating, the festival is also so much more, featuring workshops during the day and live bands and DJ ́s every night.

The festival is only a small project of a much greater one. The large project called 'Grobund' (meaning fertile soil) was founded by 160 people who received money to buy a large factory and 10 hectares of land, with the ambition of making a new off-grid house and eco-village. At the factory, they are building 30 off-grid houses and have started 30 companies within the past four years.

When you are at the Work Camp, you will encounter many people at our factory working on many interesting projects. You will together with many others help to make one project - creating the best possible festival for everyone to enjoy.

Anreise zum Treffpunkt

Meeting Point: Kaarsbergvej 2, 8400 Ebeltoft. It is possible to take a local bus from Ebeltoft Bus Station to Vinkestrækning Bus Station, which is 10 min. walk from the meeting point - but it is also possible to be picked up at the Ebeltoft Bus Station. We will arrange it.
Arrival Time: 18:00 on July 29th.
Departure Time: 14:00 on July 21st. Departure is flexible if someone has a train or flight to catch. It is also possible to stay more days if you feel like it.

AIR TRAVEL
Arrival at Aalborg Airport:
To make it to your meeting point in time, your flight must arrive no late than 11:30 on the first camp day.
From the airport, you take a direct train to Århus. The train departs every hour. From there, you take a bus directly to the Ebeltoft Bus Station. The bus departs every 30 min. As it is mentioned above, you can take a second bus from Ebeltoft Bus Station to Vinkestrækning Bus Station, which is only 10 min. walk from the meeting point.
Total travel time from the airport to the meeting point will be approximately 4 hours.
The travel cost from the airport to the meeting point is approx. 35 Euro.

Arrival at Copenhagen Airport:
To make it to your meeting point in time, your flight must arrive no later than 11:00 on the first camp day.
From the airport, you take a direct train to Århus. The train departs every 30-60. From there, you take a bus directly to the Ebeltoft Bus Station. The bus departs every 30 min. As it is mentioned above, you can take a second bus from Ebeltoft Bus Station to Vinkestrækning Bus Station, which is only 10 min. walk from the meeting point.
Total travel time from the airport to the meeting point will be approximately 6 hours.
The travel cost from the airport to the meeting point is approx. 60 Euro.

LONG-DISTANCE BUS / TRAIN
Arrival at Århus bus/train station.
To make it to your meeting point in time, your bus/train must arrive no later than 15:30 on the first camp day.
From Århus Station, you take a bus directly to the Ebeltoft Bus Station. The bus departs every 30 min. As it is mentioned above, you can take a second bus from Ebeltoft Bus Station to Vinkestrækning Bus Station, which is only 10 min. walk from the meeting point.
Total travel time from Århus to the meeting point will be approximately 2 hours min.
The travel cost from Århus to the meeting point is approx. 8 Euro.

Further details on travel arrangements and purchasing of train/bus tickets will be provided in your infosheet after acceptance.
If you are not able to make it in time to the meeting point, please consider arriving one day early and book a hostel.

Anforderungen

We have no more COVID19 restrictions in Denmark. This basically means that our everyday lives are back to normal, with no masks, assembly bans and test requirements. There are still a few restrictions on entry into the country, but if you are vaccinated or recently infected, then there are currently no isolation or test requirements. Be aware, that airlines might have requirements regarding COVID-19. Though our restrictions are gone, we know that COVID19 is still a problem worldwide. We want to assure you, that you will be safe at the camps, personal boundaries will be respected, tests are still an option for no extra cost and you can wear a mask if you wish.
We will of course also inform you of any changes.

We are looking for people who are open-minded, social and self-motivated. We expect that you treat both nature and others with respect. We do not require any previous experience but value a wide range of competencies. We hope that you are eager to be a part of a team and create an incredible experience for yourself and everyone that attends the build festival.

English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or have trouble with the English language. Try your best!

Please also bring appropriate working shoes and clothes both indoor and outdoor - the style does not matter.

Sustainable Development Goals

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Dänemark Dänemark: Dana Football Cup 2022 (MS06)

Dauer

18/07/2022   -   01/08/2022

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Alter
18 - 28
Maximale Anzahl von Freiwilligen
15
Immer noch Platz für
0 Male + 4 Female
Projekt-Sprache(n)
Englisch
Vegetarisches Essen
Ja
Nächster Flughafen
Aalborg (AAL)
Anreise über
Hjørring East Bus/Train Station or Hjørring Bus/Train Station

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This Work Camp is held during the Dana Cup, and there are therefore plenty of work tasks that will assure the event will run smoothly.
Work Camp participants must help with the establishment of an event area, catering for 20.000 football players as well as practical tasks such as painting accommodation cabins and maintaining outdoor areas.

During the two weeks of Work Camp, you will be assisting with general support and logistics before the tournament begins, maintenance of outdoor- and indoor areas, cleaning, kitchen assistance, event creations and reparation of dormitories in Dana Cup Town.

The work is expected to be arranged in two shifts from 08:00-21:00.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Accommodation:
The host will provide the necessary things for sleeping. You will be sleeping in a cabin the first week and a tent the second. The host will provide tents, linens, sleeping bags etc., but you are more than welcome to bring your own linens and sleeping bag if you prefer.

Food:
The host will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the volunteers will be eating with other volunteers and event participants. Vegetarian and vegan food will be provided.

Bathroom Facilities:
There are both baths and toilets available. Laundry facilities are available for free.

Lage und Freizeit

During your stay in Northern Jutland, you will have time to explore some unique nature and attractions in Denmark. You can, for example, arrange a day trip to Skagen, the most Northern tip of Denmark where two oceans meet. Skagen is famous for the special light which has attracted many painters, cosy yellow and red houses and much more. You can also visit the city Hjørring, or take a day trip to Aalborg.
One of the neighbouring towns called Hirtshals has the biggest Aquarium in Northern Europe. And in another neighbouring town is the biggest summer amusement park in Denmark.

Your Work Camp leaders will help you and the group with organising activities in your spare time. It is free to enjoy the beautiful nature of Northern Jutland, but some activities might require an extra charge. The host will not cover additional charges.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Dana Cup is run by a non-profit organisation, and the event is one of the world's largest international youth soccer tournaments.

Every year, in the last week of July, the soccer tournament brings together around 20.000 young people between 12-and 19 years old and their coaches. They come to Hjørring in the northern part of Denmark from 45 different nations, representing 1000 football teams.

Dana Cup Week brings a great party in Hjørring and the atmosphere is amazing! It is the third Work Camp at this huge sports event, and it was a great experience in 2018 and 2019. They are very existed for another camp in 2022.

Please read more about the event on their website: www.danacup.com.

Anreise zum Treffpunkt

Meeting Point: Børge Christensens Vej 5, 9800 Hjørring, which is a 20 min. walk from Hjørring East Station, or a 25 min. walk from Hjørring Station. It is also possible to take a local bus from both spots.
Arrival Time: 12:00 and 15:00 on July 18th, but it is possible to arrive later.
Departure Time: 12:00 on August 1st.

AIR TRAVEL
Arrival at Aalborg Airport:
To make it to your meeting point in time, your flight must arrive no late than 13:30 on the first camp day.
From the airport, you take a bus to Lindholm St. The bus departs every 30 min. From there, you can take the train to Hjørring East St. The train departs every hour. From Hjørring East St, it is a 20 min. walk to the meeting point.
Total travel time from the airport to the meeting point will be approximately 60-90 min.
The travel cost from the airport to the meeting point is approx. 9€.

Arrival at Copenhagen Airport:
To make it to your meeting point in time, your flight must arrive no later than 9:00 on the first camp day.
From the airport, you take a direct train to Aalborg Station. The train departs every hour. From Aalborg Station, you take a train directly to Hjørring Station. From there, it is a 25 min. walk to the meeting point. It is also possible to take a local bus.
Total travel time from the airport to the meeting point will be approximately 6 hours.
The travel cost from the airport to the meeting point is approx. 60€.

LONG-DISTANCE BUS / TRAIN
Arrival at Hjørring bus/train station.
To make it to your meeting point in time, your bus/train must arrive no later than 14:30 on the first camp day.
From Hjørring Station, it is a 25 min. walk. It is also possible to take a local bus.
Total travel time from Hjørring St. to the meeting point will be approximately 20-30 min.
The travel cost from Hjørring St. to the meeting point is approx. 5€.

Further details on travel arrangements and purchasing of train/bus tickets will be provided in your infosheet after acceptance.
If you are not able to make it in time to the meeting point, please consider arriving one day early and book a hostel.

Anforderungen

We have no more COVID19 restrictions in Denmark. This basically means that our everyday lives are back to normal, with no masks, assembly bans and test requirements. There are still a few restrictions on entry into the country, but if you are vaccinated or recently infected, then there are currently no isolation or test requirements. Be aware, that airlines might have requirements regarding COVID-19. Though our restrictions are gone, we know that COVID19 is still a problem worldwide. We want to assure you, that you will be safe at the camps, personal boundaries will be respected, tests are still an option for no extra cost and you can wear a mask if you wish.
We will of course also inform you of any changes.

Unfortunately, the job involves some physical work and therefore we cannot offer any work to volunteers with disabilities. Participants must be willing to do manual work, a work that is for the most part outdoors.

English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or have trouble with the English language. Try your best!

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Dänemark Dänemark: Cultural Meeting in School and Kindergarden (MS12)

Dauer

04/09/2022   -   16/09/2022

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Alter
18 - 25
Maximale Anzahl von Freiwilligen
12
Immer noch Platz für
4 Male + 3 Female
Projekt-Sprache(n)
Englisch
Vegetarisches Essen
Ja
Zugang mit Behinderung
Ja
Nächster Flughafen
Copenhagen (CPH)
Anreise über
Pontoppidansskolen Bus Station
Wi-Fi
Ja

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The volunteers will take part in the daily school activities in and outside the classroom. The host expects the participants to prepare a short introduction of themselves and to bring something characteristic from their homeland (e.g., pictures, recipes, handicrafts) to present to the children/students.

The participants will have the opportunity to choose between working with children from the age of 3 - 15. In your application, you can choose the age group you prefer in order of priority (see specific requirements), and the host will try their best to fulfil your wish.

As a volunteer, you will work as an assistant teacher in school classes and in kindergarten. The hosts expect the assistant teacher to be open-minded and ready to interact. In the second week of your stay, the headline will be "Harvest". This includes outside activities such as picking apples with the children and producing marmalade, juice, cheese etc.

3 - 6 years (kindergarten).
Volunteers are expected to help with practical tasks such as cleaning, playing with the children and occasionally arranging teacher-led activities, provide emotional care and support and partake in our daily schedule:
- Dinnertime, playtime, trips out-of-house, gatherings, singing and discussion of relevant topics

6 - 11 years.
Volunteers are expected to participate in classroom activities, participate in creative activities and take responsibility for smaller groups of children in cooperation with the staff

11 - 15 years
Volunteers are expected to:
- Participate in classroom activities contribute to the understanding of your culture and language in language classes - in particular German and English.
- Contribute to the understanding of your school system and your school topics- especially natural science-with a particular focus on climate.
- Participating in the course, home economics, in which you might be able to present a dish from your home country.
- Communicating with children and getting an idea of the Danish school system and our teaching methods.
- Support the daily activities with the children from 8.00 am to 15.00 pm (Monday to Friday)

Volunteers are expected to:
- Bring pictures (or video) from their country of origin
- Provide inspiration for dishes from their country of origin
- Introduce kids and staff to some kind of activity/game/song from their country of origin
- Bring proper clothes for all kinds of weather – we are outside a lot
- Have a positive mind and participate as any member of staff would

The purpose is to give the pupils knowledge and understanding of other cultures and languages.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Accommodation:
You will be spending 8 nights at the school and the remaining 4 nights with private families in the area. Bring your own bedsheets/sleeping bag, pillow, towels and a sleeping mat.

Food:
While staying at our school the volunteers will be served lunch (like sandwiches). The volunteers will prepare their own breakfast and dinner at the school's canteen facilities. The school will give the volunteers an allowance for groceries.

Bathroom Facilities:
At the school, there are baths and toilets available.
The washing machine is available for free.

Lage und Freizeit

The area around Broby has beautiful nature and beaches not far away. There are many opportunities for fun activities around the school and in the nearby area.
You can also take public transport to Odense, which has many interesting attractions and a nice atmosphere. The town is also known to be the birthplace of H.C. Andersen, the famous fairy tales author.

Your Work Camp leaders will help you and the group with organising activities in your spare time. It is free to enjoy the beautiful nature of Northern Jutland, but some activities might require an extra charge. The host will not cover additional charges.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Brobyskolerne is a public school located in a rural area with 450 pupils and a kindergarten with 50 children. The school is focusing on intercultural meetings.

Anreise zum Treffpunkt

Meeting Point: Skovvej 2, 5672 Broby, which is a five minutes walk from Pontoppidansskolen Bus Station.
Arrival Time: 15:00 and 18:00 on September 4th.
Departure Time: 12:00 on September 16th.

AIR TRAVEL
Arrival at Copenhagen Airport:
To make it to your meeting point in time, your flight must arrive no later than 14:00 on the first camp day.
From the airport, you take a direct train to Odense St. The train departs every hour. From there, you take a bus directly to the meeting point, after a small walk. The bus departs every 60-70 min.
Total travel time from the airport to the meeting point will be approximately 3 hours.
The travel cost from the airport to the meeting point is approx. 50€.

LONG-DISTANCE BUS / TRAIN
Arrival at Odense bus/train station.
To make it to your meeting point in time, your bus/train must arrive no later than 16:30 on the first camp day.
From Odense St., you take a bus directly to the meeting point, after a small walk. The bus departs every 60-70 min.
Total travel time from Odense St. to the meeting point will be approximately 60 min.
The travel cost from Odense St. to the meeting point is approx. 6€.

Further details on travel arrangements and purchasing of train/bus tickets will be provided in your infosheet after acceptance.
If you are not able to make it in time to the meeting point, please consider arriving one day early and booking a hostel.

Weitere Infos

Sometimes the work will take place outside. Bring clothes and shoes that match the Danish weather. Sometimes, the Danish summer can be rainy.

Anforderungen

To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide:

  • A motivational letter
    The letter must contain a presentation and a picture of you and why you wish to work with the kids. We would also like you to state which age group you wish to work within the letter. We cannot guarantee that your wish will be granted but we will try our best.
  • Criminal record in English

We have no more COVID19 restrictions in Denmark. This basically means that our everyday lives are back to normal, with no masks, assembly bans and test requirements. There are still a few restrictions on entry into the country, but if you are vaccinated or recently infected, then there are currently no isolation or test requirements. Be aware, that airlines might have requirements regarding COVID-19. Though our restrictions are gone, we know that COVID19 is still a problem worldwide. We want to assure you, that you will be safe at the camps, personal boundaries will be respected, tests are still an option for no extra cost and you can wear a mask if you wish.
We will of course also inform you of any changes.

It is important that the volunteers are interested in being with and communicating with children, teachers and local people. lt is also important that the volunteers are adaptable, open-minded, can work in teams and have creative abilities.

English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or have trouble with the English language. Try your best!

Unfortunately, the campsite is not accessible for volunteers in wheelchairs.

Sustainable Development Goals

Quality Education Peace and Justice Strong Institutions