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country Denmark: Midsommer Festival 2021 MS01
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14/06/2021 - 24/06/2021
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Workdays are from 10:00 to 18:00, from June 14th to 17th, and from June 21st to 24th. From June 18th to 20th work times can be all around the clock, but nobody will be working for more than 6-8 hours per day. Tasks include: - Decorating the festival area with lights, artworks, etc. - Manual labour; digging holes, carrying stuff, building tasks, etc. - Stage work; assembling and disassembling the stages - During the festival: Bartending, welcoming guests/artists, cleaning, checking wristbands, etc. - Other tasks may very well occur

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: You will be sleeping in a dormitory. Bring your own sleeping bag, linen and pillow. We will provide mattresses. We don't have a washing machine available, so bring enough clothes Kitchen + bathroom facilities: Shower and bathrooms are available. All meals are included in your stays; some meals will be delivered from our external catering partners, some meals will be simple self-service.

Lage und Freizeit

Præstø is a small and beautiful city in southern Denmark. You have beaches and forests nearby, as well as a cosy city centre, with restaurants and shops. On top of that, we are ourselves making a wonderful festival, and you'll probably be tempted to spend most of your time inside the festival area. We do however recommend, that you also take your time, to explore the beautiful surroundings of Præstø.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Midsommer Festival is organized by a group of cultural entrepreneurs. Our mission is to create a unique festival, which brings people together from all of Denmark, for a celebration of life, love and music. As a participant in the Work Camp, you will help us build, execute, and clean up after the festival. There will be a lot of physical labour and a lot of time to chill out and get to know each other. We are a team of people who have been making this festival since 2013, and we enjoy building and cleaning up as much as we enjoy the actual festival days. Hopefully, you will do the same! We have not had a Work Camp before, but we have always been reliant on the help of our 80-100 volunteers. Your contact persons will be Marc Facchini and Elias Seidler, who are also the leaders of the festival and of the local volunteer group. We will be looking forward to meeting you!

Treffpunkt

Meeting point and Time: Adelgade 126B, 4720 Præstø, Denmark, 15:30 (your exact arrival time is not very important; we are flexible!)

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The work will mainly be outside. We will be building stuff and likely also carrying heavy things. So make sure to dress accordingly. We will provide festival t-shirts, so you don't risk ruining your favourite shirt.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19 In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. We can receive people with disabilities as long as you are able to manoeuvre on grass, uphill and downhill. No experience is needed, as long as you are willing to undertake a series of different tasks. Work hours may be late, while the festival is going on. English will be the only languages spoken among participants. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest train station: Køge St. If your flight arrives at Copenhagen Airport, then you have to take a regional train to Copenhagen Central station. From there, you have to take an s-train to Køge station. The whole trip should take about an hour. From Køge St., there are buses to Præstø More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Tickets: You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.journeyplanner.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Farm Work in an Eco-Village MS02
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20/06/2021 - 1/07/2021
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Type of work: Manual work, organic farming, gardening tasks gathering eggs and feeding the animals. The daily working hours will be 9-12 am, followed by a one-hour lunch break. The work continues from 1-4 pm. The purpose: Getting acquainted with and insights into sustainable living in practice. The work tasks are as follows: Organic farming activities, vegetable gardening and weeding, gathering eggs and feeding the animals

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: Please bring a sleeping bag and your own towels. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: There is a laundry, that can be used free of charge. AIH will provide all the food needed, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea/cake and dinner. Two to three persons from the work camp will help prepare the meals with AIH residents. We expect that the work camp volunteers leave the accommodation in the same condition they found it. Cleaning up after themselves. Please tell us if you have food allergies or preferences like a vegetarian diet or no pork.

Lage und Freizeit

AIH is situated in a village, only 12 km from Aarhus – Denmark’s second-largest city. Aarhus is a vibrant mix of youthful energy and a blast from the past which makes Aarhus a city with an energetic beat of the pulse. In 2016 Lonely Planet put Aarhus at the top of the list of Europe’s hottest destinations and during 2017 Aarhus was the European Culture Capital. The art museum, ARoS, delivers groundbreaking works from some of the world’s most progressive artists. Den Gamle By – The Old Town Museum is a unique international attraction and Moesgaard Museum will give visitors a world-class museum experience. AIH overlooks Aarhus Bay and is only a short bike ride from the beach. And for the long Scandinavian summer nights, we have bonfires for leisure time.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Andelssamfundet in Hjorthøj (AIH) is an ecological and social community, where people live close together. AIH was founded in 1991 and today more than 270 people live here. The community is organized in 8 groups consisting of apartment and houses, with one group dedicated to young people with mental disabilities. AIH holds an organic farm with various farm animals, grain cultivation, vegetables and fruits. Furthermore, we have a recycling and thrift shop, a bakery and a small grocery shop. At AIH we focus on sustainability and sustainable living. On our homepage, you can see some photos: www.andelssamfundet.dk Your contact person at the camp will be Ann-Katrine S. Friis. We hosted an international Work camp in 2016 and in 2019

Treffpunkt

From 10 AM June 20th at Gammel Kirkevej 116a, 8530 Hjortshoej

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Most of the work will be conducted outside, so bring working clothes and shoes/boots for changeable weather. Summers in Denmark can vary from 15-30 degrees. If you are a student please also bring your student card, it will give you discounts at museums etc.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. We can accommodate volunteers with hearing or visual impairment after pre-communication with the individual. Unfortunately, we cannot take volunteers in wheelchairs. No special skills are required. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Climate Action Life on Land
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Please be aware that flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper. Nearest train station: Aarhus Central Station It is also possible to take a bus from Copenhagen to Aarhus. It takes 4 hours. If you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, it will take you around 3-3,5 hours. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Nibe Festival Camp MS03
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22/06/2021 - 7/07/2021
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The work will take place before and after the Festival where we will be in charge of building/putting up and taking down – Fences, tents, festival-bars, floors and much more. We are working with sustainability as well. There will be a lot of other volunteers which makes it a wonderful place to socialize, making friends and get that special connection with peers that might last a lifetime. Remember that we are “off duty” during the festival and therefore are forced to enjoy ourselves and listen to good music in between work ;-) We will be working together in teams before and after the festival between 09.30-20.00

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping and toilet facilities: We will be sleeping two and two in tents in a quiet area at the festival. You will have to bring your own sleeping madras and sleeping bag and what else you must need for you to sleep in a tent. It is a very nice modern tent, but still a tent. The will be bathroom facilities near the tents. Food: The festival will provide food for all the participants and you won’t have to cook. Vegetarian food is always an option. Before and after the festival, you will be served three meals a day and this includes drinks. During the festival, you will receive food vouchers and you will be given a water bottle, which you can fill in one of the water tanks there are placed all over the campsite. You are also welcome to bring your own water bottle.

Lage und Freizeit

The Festival is close to Nibe city and therefore there is a lot of possibilities. Shopping, going to the harbour for a dip, nice cafes. Nibe is also very close to Aalborg, Denmark’s 5th largest city with a rich cultural life and lots of possibilities. Please contact us if you have any suggestions about things you want to do or go see – then we’ll see if we can work something out You are each expected to give us and the other volunteers a little lecture about your country – may it be a presentation, a language course or anything that provides us with some basic knowledge about you and your culture. You decide how you want to structure it; it just has to last for about 10 minutes. Just be free and creative.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Nibe Festival is the 6. largest music festival in Denmark. It includes music of all sorts, but mostly Pop and Rock spread out on more than 100 concerts during the entire festival. There are 5 different stages which have different target groups. • The Big stage • Blue stage • Reservatet • The Jazz cave • One stage on the Camp Nibe Festival first saw the light of day back in 1985 and takes place in late June to early July. It is located out in a forest called Skalskoven which gives a really special vibe and it is only 500 meters from downtown Nibe. Every year almost 4.700 volunteers come together before, during and after the festival to make sure all is perfect. This means that all earnings are used to support local associations in Nibe and a lot of different cultural subjects in all of the north of Jutland. Nibe Festivals Teamleader for Sustainability will be your leader during the Work Camp This year is the 5th Work Camp on Nibe Festival

Treffpunkt

Meeting point: Nibe Festival on Industrivej 5, 9240 Nibe between 12.00-15.00 OR Skalskoven I Nibe between 12.00-15.00 You will depart the Work Camp on the 9th of July 2020 after breakfast at 12:00

Weitere Infos

Remember that we are going to work outdoors and sleep outdoors, so bring warm clothes. The weather might be cold and most definitely will be at night, and the Danish summer always includes a bit of rain.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. As the festival will take place in the woods, we can unfortunately not receive participants with disabilities. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 19 - 23 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest train station: Aalborg St. Please be aware that flights to Billund Airport or Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper. If your flight arrives at Copenhagen Airport, it will take around 5 hours to get to Aalborg St. by train. If your flight arrives at Billund Airport, it will take around 3 hours to get to Aalborg St. by train. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Building Festival 2021 MS05
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2/07/2021 - 23/07/2021
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The aim of the workcamp is to help create the best possible building festival. Week 1: The week starts with two introduction days followed by a day of helping out at a wedding party on Friday 3rd July. It is two of our friends who are getting married, so fancy clothes are not expected. This week we will be setting up the festival by sorting wood, moving stuff around and making signs and decoration for the festival. You will also be working in the building area, bar, outdoor kitchen, dishwashing area, toilets sleeping area and the music stage. This week we take shifts in cooking for each other. Week 2: In this week, we are hosting the festival. Shifts include: ”check-in zone”, ”kitchen”, ”kids zone” and “tool shop.” We also need one or two volunteers to work with taking photos, videos and making Social Media posts. Note that all festival guests are also assigned to minimum one volunteer shift (bar shifts, kitchen shifts, toilet maintenance and cleaning shifts), as the concept is a co-creating festival. Week 3: In this week, we are taking the festival apart, save stuff for next years festival and cleaning up the festival area. Further, we are making evaluations on the workcamp stay and the festival in general.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Everyone should bring a minimum a sleeping bag and a pillow. We have new bamboo toothbrushes, toothpaste and shampoo available here. Please also bring appropriate working shoes and clothes both indoor and outdoor - the style does not matter. 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. From experience we know that some people might not want to stay in tents due to temperatures (normally ranges 10-25 degree celsius, with few days of heavy winds). Therefore, there will also be an option to borrow a mattress and sleep inside in a big room with others. We have washing machines, kitchen facilities, toilets and showers. We encourage everyone to swim at the beach located a few hundred meters away. 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, we will have food served three times a day (all vegan/ vegetarian). We all clean together.

Lage und Freizeit

We are located by the sea (with our own sandy beach), in the countryside, but only five kilometres from Ebeltoft – a lovely small city known as a great tourist destination. In your spare time, we have many things to do or see, and you can borrow a bike to explore the surrounding area. Some days it might be possible to borrow a car to take a trip, maybe to see Mols National Park or Denmarks second-largest city, Aarhus (45 minutes away by car).

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

We are creating a festival for 600 festival guest lasting six full days. The festival concept is: build your own festival. Our goal is to enhance learning, craft skills, cultural exchange and make a movement around co-creation. Our goal is to create a sustainable festival with a focus on zero waste and to plant trees (last year we raised 3.000 euros for tree planting. At the festival, people can choose to build their own projects or join projects. We provide free tools and recycled building materials for everyone. Even though we focus on the building aspect, the festival is so much more, featuring live bands and DJ ́s every night and workshops during the day. It is a co-creation festival, everyone helps to create the experience. The festival is only a small project part of a much greater project and vision. The large project called “Grobund” (meaning fertile soil) includes 160 people who have crowdfunded money to buy a large factory and 10 hectares of land, with the ambition of making a new off-grid tiny house eco-village and share factory facilities for green start-ups companies. The workcamp is organized by Noa Skovdal and Tore Muurholm Dahl and you can read more about the building festival on www.byggefest.dk and about the Grobund community on www.grobund.org.

Treffpunkt

Meeting point and Time: Ebeltoft bus station on Wednesday the 1st of July at 14.00. Note that if you arrive with bus line 123 from Aarhus, you have to get off at the very last stop (it is NOT AT KVICKLY supermarket but three stops later). If you arrive before, you can hitchhike or walk to our location at Kaarsbergsvej 2, 8400 Ebeltoft. Please contact us, if you arrive late. Departure: 23rd of July at 14.00 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.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. 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 competences. We hope that you are eager to be a part of a team and create an incredible experience for yourself and others. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best! Our factory and land are unfortunately not suitable for volunteers with disabilities.

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 20 - 34 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Please notice that it might be cheaper to fly to Copenhagen airport instead. Nearest train station: Aarhus St. If you land at Aalborg Aiport, then you take a regional train to Aarhus Central Train station and then you can get bus 123 to Ebeltoft. If you land at Copenhagen Airport, then the easiest route would be to go to Århus station by regional train and then take the same bus 123 to Ebeltoft. Tickets You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Jutland, The Wild West MS06
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4/07/2021 - 17/07/2021
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For both weeks, the work is mainly about helping the local community. The first week of the workcamp consists of maintenance and cleaning of a sports facility in the municipality. This project will be led by enthusiastic people that know the facility well. The work also includes repairs and general optimization of the sports centres. The second week of the workcamp consists of different work assignments. The work will include the construction of practical work at the harbour area, establish an auto camper area, maintain outdoor exercise equipment and make the nature surroundings attractive to tourists. The work is in the daytime form about 9 am to 16 pm, with a good long lunch break. And a lot of fun and time to socialize.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: The first week is spent in rooms at Holmsland Sports- and Culture Centre. The plan is that everyone will be sleeping in one room. You have to bring your own sleeping bag and a pillow if you need one. In the second week, you will be sleeping in camping cabins at Bork Harbour Camping. Washing machines are available. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: During the first week, all food will be prepared for you in the centre's kitchen. You will not have access to the kitchen, but an electric kettle will be available for coffee and tea in the evening. You will be making your own lunch to go, with food that is provided by the staff. The bathroom and shower at the centre will be open for you. During the second week, where you will be staying at the Bork Harbour Camping, there will be a small kitchen available. In this kitchen, you will prepare your own breakfast and lunch, and dinner will be served at a restaurant. This information will be given later. There is a bathroom in the cabin and more bathrooms and a shower available at the campsite. Vegetarian meals will be available both weeks.

Lage und Freizeit

The area provides plenty of opportunities for water sports, bathing, hiking and biking. If you are culturally interested, there are several museums and the newly opened centre; ‘Naturkraft’ talks about the forces of nature in Ringkøbing. The Holmslands Sports- and Culture centre is only a few kilometres from the fjord. Also close is an adventure park with football golf, bowls and adventure golf, miniature golf and so on. Therefore, plenty of opportunities to play sports in the hall, social gathering and fun in the evenings. Near Bork Harbor, where you will be staying during the second week, there are sandy beaches, great swimming opportunities and the finest surf facilities. There are small restaurants, shops and a cosy summer atmosphere. Every day the fishermen come in from the fjord with fresh fish. Here is in other words something for everyone.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

This is a construction- and social Work Camp in the beautiful nature of Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality – the geographically largest in Denmark. 2021 will be the year of our first Work Camp and we are very excited to meet you, work with you and show you our beautiful municipality. So welcome to our camp, close to the sea and fjord. The Work Camp lasts for two weeks and is divided into two projects. During the first week, Linda Milling will be your contact person. In the second week, it will Søren Frederiksen. Linda and Søren are both employed in the department of nature, leisure and culture in Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality. Søren is in charge of the nature department. Within this department, we work with nature conservation, forest and other green areas, the establishment of nature parks and national parks, recreational trails, biodiversity, ports and beaches, associations and green organizations and much more. Linda works in the sport and leisure department, supporting clubs, societies and sports centres. The last department in the municipality is in charge of the culture. In this department, we work with the cultural life through a large number of initiatives and collaborations, different artists, art in the public space, art exhibitions, music schools, museums and much more.

Treffpunkt

Ringkøbing St. 04.07.2021 14-17 PM

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. It will be possible for us to accept volunteers with a degree of hearing disability. Because of the uneven surface and the manual work, we are unfortunately not able to have a participant with a physical disability. One must like to be physically active outdoor both at work and in leisure time. No special experience is required. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 15 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest train station: Please be aware that flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper. The nearest train station is Ringkøbing St. If you arrive at Billund Airport, it will take around 2-2,5 hours to reach Ringkøbing St. by train. If you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, it will take around 4,5 hours. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Tickets: You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.journeyplanner.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Refugees in Europe - Copenhagen to MS21-GP
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7/07/2021 - 28/07/2021
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Global Summer Camp: Refugees in Europe We live in times when Europe is closing in on itself. Fences and walls are being built, refugees are being interned and repatriated, and several European governments are challenging the human rights conventions in a hunt for votes. In MS Denmark, we are appalled by the fact that this is Europe's reaction to the so-called 'refugee crisis'. At the same time, we can see how people with refugee background are being talked about in stead of talked with. We would like to change that. Therefore, we decided to organize a trip focusing on the conditions of refugees in Europe. We decided to travel along the route that many hundreds of thousands of refugees have taken from Europe's outer borders through the Balkans to Germany and Denmark. With the aim of learning about the conditions from the perspective of refugees, from the perspective of several different European countries, and to be inspired to act. Many of us don't know what it means to be forced to migrate. But maybe our perspective will change if we see with our own eyes what refugees are exposed to on their way from the south to the north of Europe? You can definitely learn some from reading and watching the news, but we think we can learn more from meeting people and listening to their stories. During the camp, we try to listen and create spaces for dialogue and community. We listen to people with refugee background, to NGOs and experts within the field, and try to get to know each other across differences. We believe that the conversation between us is the first step to breaking down divisions and creating change. Join us! The camp will be moving from Copenhagen, Denmark through Europe to Greece, with stops in Germany, Serbia and Greece. We travel by train, bus and ferry through Europe. It gives a sense of the long distances that one has to overcome to get to Denmark when traveling over land. All camp participants will travel on an interrail ticket, and there will be plenty of time to get to know each other well and play a game of cards or sing a song together in the train compartment, while watching the changing landscapes through the window. Along the route, we will also travel some long stretches where we sleep over in a train sleeping compartment. We will stop on the way - and gain new insight On our journey, we will make stops at cities and places to learn about the conditions of the refugees, the political framework and how the influx of refugees is handled. We listen to the refugees' own stories, and try to see Europe through their eyes. You will gain a unique knowledge of migration and asylum policy in Europe, and experience the debate unfolding in countries with widely different political climates. We also visit places on the map we rarely see - and which Europe seems to have completely forgotten. We will be inspired to act together in new ways when we meet cool volunteers and refugees who take action and believe in change. You can join no matter your previous knowledge of the issue. The camp is for everyone, but for the ones who already know a lot or nothing in advance about refugees and migration. Travel route and program: The camp will begin in Copenhagen, Denmark The camp will begin with 3 days of introduction at MS Denmark’s hostel in Copenhagen. Here you will meet your fellow travel companions, and we get to know each other through various teambuilding activities. The introduction in Copenhagen will consist of workshops with experts in international law and human rights, history of the refugee crisis, and trauma management in crisis situations. We also hear the testimony of a refugee who have been traveling the long way from home to Greece through Europe to Denmark. We will visit a center for asylum seekers in Denmark, and learn more about the Danish refugee and asylum policy. And then, we board the train and travel to Berlin, Germany Berlin: Hope, community and creativity Germany is one of the European countries which has taken many refugees, and the debate is ongoing. We meet with both sides. The ones who want to close the borders, and the ones who want to open up. Our first meet up in Berlin will be with a Syrian refugee taking us on an alternative guided tour to the city. Through the streets of Berlin, we are told the story of a refugee and we see the city from the perspective of a refugee. Berlin is always one step ahead, and vibrating with community and creativity. We seek inspiration for further action when visiting just a few of the many projects using community and creativity when welcoming refugees and improving their situation: People sharing their flats with refugees, the bike repair giving refugees tailwind, or professionals creating jobs for migrants. We will participate ourselves, and share our food traditions and stories with each other when we cook at a community kitchen with refugees and activists in Berlin. The border between Hungary and Serbia The Hungary/Serbia border is protected by a wall which is 4 meters high and more than 500 km long. It was build by the Hungarian authorities to stop the influx of refugees. But the refugees are still there, now just stuck in camps just before the border, until they risk their lives and try to cross the heavily guarded border. We will get first hand knowledge about the refugee policies of Hungary and the European Union seen from one of the EU’s outer borders, and we investigate if it is actually possible to shut down a refugee route. From the border, we take the night train south through Serbia and Macedonia. Volunteering in Thessaloniki, Greece What can you do, if you want to improve conditions for refugees in Europe? We visit a refugee day center where volunteers have taken action and are helping by handing out clothes to refugees. We do our part, and we get an understanding of how you can volunteer and what it takes to become a professional in an NGO working with refugees. Athens: Unaccompanied minors and the financial crisis In Athens, we will call on the responsible authorities. We will visit Frontex, the EU border authorities, and Greek authorities as well, and have a chance to confront them with our questions. We will visit a refugee center for unaccompanied minors, and a community center for and by some of the people in Greece who have faced the hardest consequences of the financial crisis. This will give us the opportunity to discuss what it takes to create less boundaries and avoid racism between socially marginalized people and refugees. Lesbos: The coast and outer border of the European Union We arrive to Lesbos by ferry, the same sailing route as thousands of refugees have taken to arrive to the European mainland. Here we talk to people who work with newly arrived refugees and learn about the conditions in the refugee camp Moria. We meet with organizations on the island, follow their work and participate on their premises in e.g. sports activities for refugees. The camp concludes with making a project of your own and presenting it to the rest of the team before we have a goodbye dinner and say 'see you again' to each other NB: The program is subject to change. When the camp ends, we will be on Lesbos. You can fly home, but if you live within reach of the railnet, we recommend that you use your interrail pass for traveling home by train. You are also most welcome to stay in Greece and use some of your new insights to volunteer and help refugees in Greece. We have several contacts and partners – just contact us well in advance.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

All accommodation during the 3 weeks is included in the extra fee. Breakfast is included all days, lunch and dinner on your own. This camp travels through Europe, so we are in more than one location. Accommodation by location in short: Copenhagen, Denmark: We will stay at Globalhagen, hostel of MS Denmark Berlin, Germany: We will stay in a backpacker hostel in Berlin Border Hungary/Serbia: We stay in a local hostel Thessaloniki, Greece: We stay in a backpacker hostel Athens, Greece: We stay in a hostel in downtown Athens Lesbos, Greece: We stay in a guest house close to the beach

Lage und Freizeit

This camp travels through Europe, so we are in more than one location. This is the route in short: Copenhagen, Denmark: 3 days Berlin, Germany: 4 days Border Hungary/Serbia: 3 days Thessaloniki, Greece: 2 days Athens, Greece: 2 days Lesbos, Greece: 4 days Leisure: Traveling by train gives us time to get to know each other. Please bring game cards and musical instruments, or your favorite song for singing when passing through the changing landscapes. You will have time for exploring the cities we visit on your own. Suggestions for leisure activities could be visiting the historical monuments in Berlin or Athens, or have an evening out at one of the town’s venues, dinner at a local restaurant etc.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

MS Denmark has a long history of sending volunteers, doing work camps and global courses. We are part of ActionAid, and we fight against inequality by supporting marginalized people in fighting for their rights and organizing to break the structures which holds them back in poverty. We fight for the human rights of refugees in both Denmark and internationally.

Treffpunkt

7th of July 10:00 at MS Denmark, Fælledvej 12, DK-2200 Copenhagen N

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Duration: 3 weeks, starting from 8th of July in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ending 28th of July on Lesbos, Greece Induction course: 13th of June (participation via skype) The extra fee of the camp includes: • 3 weeks of summer camp from Denmark to Greece (incl. accommodation and breakfast) • Induction course the 12th of July by skype • All workshops, excursions and project visits as planned in the program • Reservations on train and ferry, and local transportation • Travel guide following with the group all 3 weeks • Access to 24H emergency phone • Administration costs at MS Denmark The fee does not include: • Lunch and dinner • Interrail pass (you will need a Global Pass valid for 1 month and at least 7 traveling days) • Travel insurance Important information about transportation and train tickets; We will travel primarily by train, and it is a prerequisite for participation that you buy an interrail pass. It needs to be a Global Pass valid for 1 month and at least 7 traveling days. You can read more about prices of a Global Pass and about interrail here: https://www.interrail.eu/en/interrail-passes/global-pass It is very important that you don’t buy your interrail pass before having your participation on this camp finally confirmed by MS Denmark. When confirming, we will make sure to provide you with detailed instructions on the dates and duration for your Global Pass. Please also don’t buy any flight tickets or travel insurance etc. before your participation is confirmed by us. Please note that it is of your own responsibility to buy the interrail ticket, a travel insurance and flight ticket. Interrail and reservations We will take care of reservations on the journey from Copenhagen to Lesbos in the trains where reservation is needed. The cost of reservations is already included in the fee. Since the camp ends on Lesbos, have in mind that you need to make reservations yourself for train and ferry for your travel back from Lesbos well in advance, or buy a flight ticket.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 29 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Copenhagen Central Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: International Table Tennis Camp MS07
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10/07/2021 - 2/08/2021
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As a volunteer, you will be working 5 days a week, with 2 days off. The Work Camp volunteers work together with local volunteers typical 7 hours or less to help with different tasks during the Summer Camp and help out the camp participants. Work starts in the morning, in the afternoon and some tasks, like being a part of the video crew, means you must work at different times during the day. There will be a rotation between the tasks to make the days vary for the volunteers. The different tasks can include assisting in the kitchen, where you will help prepare both vegetarian and meat dishes and serve the food to the other camp participants. Similar tasks can include helping with cleaning assistance or drive shuttle buses to and from the airport, train station, ferry terminals and practice halls. Other tasks can include overseeing activities with the camp participants and the smallest children, helping in the administration with check inn, check out and room preparations and make video-reports for international live streaming, write articles and take photos for social media. It will also be possible to be a sparring partner in the Table Tennis Camp and interact with the camp participants. The camp is good for you, if you like to be in an international environment and can adapt to changes.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: The volunteers will be sleeping in classrooms. There will be mattresses, pillows, sleeping bags and bedding (but you can also bring your own). Kitchen + bathroom facilities: The bathrooms are next to the classrooms where you will be sleeping. We have washing machines available. All Work Camp participants eat in the restaurant with all the other participants. In the evening, coaches, Work Camp volunteers and adult players socialize in the restaurant.

Lage und Freizeit

During your three weeks 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 Hjørring, which is a city with 30.000 citizens. It is less than 15 km from the sea and beautiful sandy beaches. The biggest sports event in Denmark takes place in Hjørring during the Work Camp. It is called Dana Cup and is from the 24th to the 29th of July. The neighbouring town called Hirtshals is the biggest Aquarium in Northern Europe. And in another neighbouring town is the biggest summer amusement park in Denmark called “Fårup Sommerland”.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

B75 is a value-based table tennis club with professional trainers and players. Our trainers work as volunteers. The Work Camp will be a part of our annual International Summer Camp. 200 trainers and players from all over the world will gather for three weeks of learning, fun, making new friends and much more. In 2019, the participants came from 43 countries. The International Summer Camp has existed for 17 years. This is the third year we are hosting a Work Camp. The first two years have been a success and we are looking forward to this year. "For me, it has been a great experience that will help me developing in my way of thinking and seeing the world with other eyes because being with people from other countries that are so different as mine has been one of the best experiences in my life." - Fer Sanchez Mexico, a former participant

Treffpunkt

Meeting point: Halvorsminde Efterskole Halvorsmindevej 107-109 9800 Hjørring 10th of August 14:00 in the afternoon, the latest. Departure: You will depart from the Work Camp on the 2nd of August at 12:00.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. People with an impaired ability to hear or see are more than welcome. Unfortunately, we cannot accept volunteers in wheelchairs. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Good Health and Well-being Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest train station: Hjørring St. Please be aware that flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper. If you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, it will take you around 6 hours to reach Hjørring St. by train. If you arrive at Aalborg Airport, it will take you around 1 hour to reach Hjørring St. by train. Nearest ferries: Frederikshavn and Hirtshals. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Tickets: You can find tickets at rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Alive Festival MS08
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21/07/2021 - 4/08/2021
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We need your help to build the festival and take it down, therefore you will work before and after the festival. The festival lasts from 29th till 31st of July, where you will have the days off to enjoy it. You will be part of a team of volunteers building the festival. It is manual work and it will be an advantage with knowledge of tools, but it is not required. Your tasks will change from day to day, where you might help set up a stage one day, build a bar the next or carry fences. A team leader will instruct you on what to do. All volunteers on our production team meet at 10 am every day and work until 6 pm. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided on workdays. During the festival, you will be given three food vouchers each day, which you can use in our main food stand to get a meal. Our production team is unlike any other team in Alive Festival. Volunteers work together for a longer period and the spirit when building the festival is very cheery and exciting among the hard work. Many of our volunteers are returning each year to help set up the festival and they know everything there is to know about Thisted and Alive Festival.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: Volunteers bring their own tents, mattresses and sleeping bags. There will be toilets installed at the camping area and bath facilities, but it is also possible to use the bath and toilet in a building known as URT. We are currently looking for other accommodation possibilities and we hope to find another solution for the volunteers in 2020. But as it is now it will be in tents – true festival style! Kitchen + bathroom facilities: We have a common room, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served during the days you are working. In the evening, when all the work is done, you can stay in the common room if you want to play a board game or just to relax for a bit. Our kitchen facilities will be preoccupied as soon as we start building the festival, so it will not be possible to cook for yourselves. During the festival, the food will not be served, though you will receive food vouchers.

Lage und Freizeit

Alive Festival is located in Thisted, a small town in an area known for its national park essential for long walks and exploration. Not far from Thisted you will find the west coast also known as Cold Hawaii, famous for its surfing facilities. The beach, wild nature and charming surrounding towns are essential for summer vacations.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Alive Festival is where excellent music meets locally produced beers and food in magnificent natural settings. The festival is a music festival set in a mix of urban and forest surroundings. The ambitious music line-up covers indie rock, pop, electro as well as world music with a strong focus on up-and-coming bands. The intimate settings guarantee a festival experience, unlike others. You will eat food locally produced in Thy and craft beers brewed at Thisted’s brewery, Thisted Bryghus. Nature meets culture, where Alive Festival each year is proud to announce new initiatives besides the festival. In previous years, guests and volunteers could enjoy Cold Hawaii’s surf school, a hike in the national park and visits to Thisted Bryghus. 2020 is the 12th time Alive Festival will take place. Since 2009, the festival has developed from a small and locally known festival to an acclaimed festival welcoming 2300 guests and 550 volunteers.

Treffpunkt

The meeting point will be at Thisted Station, where we will pick you up and lead you to our festival site. The meeting time is between 12:00 and 15:00 on 21st of July. Your departure from the Work Camp will be on the 4th of August at 12:00.

Weitere Infos

We will advise you to bring warm clothes that are fit for outdoor work and might get dirty. Unfortunately, we cannot control the weather, so it is a good idea to bring rain clothes too.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. For security reasons, we can unfortunately not have volunteers with hearing or sight disabilities. For other physical disabilities, it depends on whether the volunteer can do manual work for several hours since the work is about construction and is very physical. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 32 Alter
Nächster Flughafen The nearest station: Thisted St. Be aware that flights to Copenhagen Airport or Billund Airport might be cheaper. If you arrive at Billund Airport, it will take you around 4 hours to reach Thisted St. If you arrive at Copenhagen Aiport, it will take you around 6 hours to reach Thisted St. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Dana Football Cup MS09
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22/07/2021 - 2/08/2021
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You will assist in completing the football tournament Dana Cup 2020 with approximately 20.000 participating football players and coaches. The work includes reparation of dormitories in Dana Cup Town, maintenance of outdoor areas, gardening, event creation and helping with the dining of 13.000 football players. The work is expected to be arranged in two shifts from 08:00-21:00.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: Participants are sleeping in tents and we will provide the linens. Kitchen facilities and shared bathrooms are provided. Laundry facilities are available. Participants should not cook themselves, but they will be served food. Both vegetarian and vegan food is available.

Lage und Freizeit

While the Work Camp will be centred around Dana Cup, but it is also 12 days that allow for "leisure experiences". With a large swimming hall, sports facilities, etc., as neighbours, it is possible to accommodate several recreational needs. The Hjørring area is also known as one of Denmark's most favourite resorts. A magnificent scenery, numerous sights and an excellent beach on the Danish west coast provide opportunities.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

It is our third camp! Got a nice experience in 2018 and 2019. The Dana Cup is a nonprofit organisation that runs 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, there leaders and coaches. They come to Hjørring in northern Denmark from 45 different nations and they represent 1000 football teams. Dana Cup week is a great party in Hjørring and Work Teams tasks are many and there are many possible jobs. Read more about Dana Cup on this website www.danacup.com.

Treffpunkt

Dana Cup Børge Christensens Vej 5, 9800 Hjørring. At 12:00 - 15:00. Your departure date is the 2nd of August after breakfast at 12:00.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. 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 having troubles with the English language. Try your best!

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Good Health and Well-being Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Be aware, flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper Nearest Train St.: Hjørring Station. If you arrive at Aalborg Airport, then you can take the regional train to Hjørring Station, which takes about 1 hour. If you arrive at Copenhagen Aiport then you can take regional trains to Hjørring Station, but it will take around 6 hours. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Our Organic World MS11
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15/08/2021 - 4/09/2021
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Please be prepared for practical work. This year we will focus on finishing the work on our Off-Grid House. You can read about the project on Facebook and our homepage In the middle of our ‘’park garden,’’ we have allocated an area for organic gardening. You should expect to be outside every day and work with garden tools and building up parts of the area. This could be done by making flower beds for herbs and flowers, by building water channels for watering, or by digging a chamber in the ground for keeping vegetables during winter.  THEREFORE, it is garden work - all done in a sustainable way, using nature, for nature! The area of the new ‘organic herb world’ is approximately 1000 square meters. We believe in being very aware, green and organic in our thoughts and talks, and in our way of living at the school. There will be a lot of different jobs to do with this focus. It could be making outside showers, heated with energy from the sun, or finishing a steam bath. There is always maintenance to do on former Work Camp projects You should be prepared that all project we do will be focusing on environmental and green solutions. During camp, we will take time to debate sustainability - not only as an environmental issue but also on all levels - including sustainability among people and cultures.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: You should expect to stay in a tented camp in the middle of our garden. It will also be possible to stay in some of the dorms and rooms if they are available. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: You will have full access to the showers and toilets at the school for all three weeks. The food is mainly organic and is served three times a day by our kitchen staff. You should expect to assist after dinner, by cleaning the dishes. At the weekends, you will take part in cooking the dinner. Let us know if you are vegetarian or vegan.

Lage und Freizeit

Brenderup is located on the island Fyn in the southern part of Denmark. The village Brenderup (2.000 inhabitants) is close to the beach, forests and idyllic countryside. You will have free access to our different workshops during the camp, including recycling design, music, art and gym workshops. There is wireless internet at the school. Bicycles can be rented for the whole stay.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Brenderup Højskole hosts this work camp. In English, we call ourselves the Academy for Intercultural Learning. Brenderup Højskole is working as a boarding school with an international approach and accept both Danish and foreign students. You can read more about the school here: http://www.brenderuphojskole.dk/filer/english.htm   For many years, Brenderup has hosted Work Camps that have supported the building process of Brenderup environmentally friendly buildings. Some of the things that we have built are: A straw bale house and turned it into a big culture and music hall. An ellipse-shaped “lotus house”, which is functioning as a workshop for outdoor living activities. A treetop shelter was made for people who want to sleep outside in the night. The ‘’climb around the world” boulder climbing walls. A historic and cultural play park. An organic fitness centre in our garden, where nature is used instead of artificial machine equipment. We have also completed an artistic brick laying camp, where we were decorating a rather big yard with old Celtic sings and patterns. We also did work with city gardening.   Last year we incorporated ideas and concept from previous years about building sustainable. We call it our Off-Grid House. It is a house which is producing – everything - all energy - within its own walls. Last year we also decorated and made paths in our garden between all our sustainable houses.

Treffpunkt

Stationsvej 54 5464 Brenderup Denmark Saturday 15th August 2021 at 16:00 You will depart the Work Camp on Saturday 4th September 2021 at 10:00

Weitere Infos

The school is a folk high school and will have students and course participants (50 people from approx. 12 different countries) during the Work Camp. They have their own program but there will be many opportunities for volunteers to interact with the students, especially during dinner and through different social activities during the evenings and weekends. Volunteers are expected to follow the rules of the school. We want to make sure that you appreciate, that our Work Camp is not a party camp, - but a camp where we want to share our cultures. We do have our own parties though! There will be two camp leaders who are former students from the school. There will be different work leaders to teach you how to build and work. The normal workday is 6-7 hours.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. People, who are used to work with their hands in combination with artistic skills, will be preferred for this Work Camp and volunteers are expected to be ready to share their culture with the other participants and students at the school.  Special motivation letters and other requirements should be attached to the info-sheet. It will be amazing if you are also a green thinker! Unfortunately, we cannot take a participant with disabilities.   English at a conversational level is required.

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Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest Train St.: Odense St. If you arrive at Copenhagen Aiport then you can take regional trains to Hjørring Station, but it will take around 1,5-2 hours. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Camp Askov Folk High School MS12
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The purpose of the Work Camp is to help out at school with projects that the staff normally have little time to do. The school wants to share their place with young people, who are curious and interested to learn something about manual works as well as getting to know a little part of Denmark and the Folk High School tradition. The work will vary during the Work Camp and includes maintaining the park, building projects, repairing, painting buildings etc. The working hours are daily from 8.00 – 15.00. You will have Saturday and Sunday are free.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: Alle Work Camp participants will get a double room with bedding and linen. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: The participants will eat all the meals at the school. There are shared bath and toilet facilities and laundry facilities, where you can wash for 20 DKK If you wish to do extra shopping, there is a local shop very closed to the school or you can go to the city; Vejen, which is 3 km. from the school where there are all kinds of shops.

Lage und Freizeit

The school is located in the city of Vejen, a municipality in Southern Jutland, with shopping facilities, banks, an art museum etc. To the west of Vejen is Esbjerg, Ribe and the North Sea, and to the east is Kolding, Vejle and Aarhus. This means that there are lots of interesting places to visit in the area, and it is possible to go to all these places by train or bus from Vejen.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Askov Højskole is a Danish Folk High School based on a special pedagogical idea inspired by the danish writer and philosopher, Nikolai Grundtvig. In Askov Folk High School Work Camp, you will do manual work, to upgrade the school’s outdoor facilities. One of the school's employees, who is in charge of the buildings and the outdoor facilities, will guide you to learn how to do the work and what to do.

Treffpunkt

Askov Højskole Maltvej 1, 6600 Vejen on the 19th of August between 10.00 – 12.00

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A clean criminal record A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19 In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. We expect from you, that you want to do manual work, are curious about learning, are responsible and are a decent and nice person. The work will mostly be outdoor, also if it’s raining, so bring practical clothes. English will be the only language spoken. All participants must be willing to speak English, even though being from the same country or having troubles with the English language. Try your best! The work camp is manual work, so, unfortunately, we cannot take volunteers that are in a wheelchair or has a hearing or visual disability. If you have a disability that does not limit your ability to do manual work, then you are more than welcome. Vegetarian food is available, and please let us know if you have any allergies.

Sustainable Development Goals

Good Health and Well-being Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 20 - 23 Alter
Nächster Flughafen The nearest train station: Vejen St. Please be aware that flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper. If you arrive at Copenhagen Aiport, it will take around 3 hours to reach Vejen St. by train. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: The Silo Youth Project MS13
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20/08/2021 - 4/09/2021
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At the Work Camp, you will be building, designing and decorating the youth environment/ festival in collaboration with other volunteers, backed by local designers and architects. Building is hard work, but incredibly fun and rewarding. The tasks will vary from day to day, but mainly manual work to prepare the framework for the silo. We’ll be assembling pre-built structures, pitching big top tents, setting up walls and preparing an event/festival for all the fabulous youngsters in the local society. If you are into creative work or have a keen sense for branding you can take part in creating the visual identity for the silo as well. We need to build and design the brand, so it is appealing to our demographic, we also need to decorate and style the interior and exterior so that it underlines the rough industrial silo parts with a creative and young vibe. However, you will have free time during the camp where you can enjoy the music and cosy atmosphere, meet the locals and enjoy the nature.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: We will have made all the sleeping arrangements before you arrive in Struer. We will set you up a local school where you will be living in 2 people dorm rooms. However as the weather will hopefully be much sunny and dry, you will also have the possibility to set up a tent outdoors. All you need to bring is a sleeping back and an inflatable mattress. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: You and the other participants are responsible for making your own breakfast throughout the Work Camp. However, all expenses are covered by the camp host. There is a local supermarket close to where you live and there will be a kitchen where you can cook. You will have lunch and dinner during the days of constructing, and during the festival, you will receive two meal+drink vouchers each day, that you can use as you wish. In other words, there will be no extra expenses related to meals, unless you are in the mood for snacks, which you will have to pay for yourself. Vegetarian food will be available.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp is located in a cosy local area with beach and forest, so there is plenty of room for a lot of fun outdoor activities. The camp hosts would like to lend the groups some bikes so that you can all enjoy the lovely area together.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The Silo Youth Project is set in the industrial part of Struer Harbor. close to the Fjord and beautiful nature. The core mission is to create a broad organization where the Youths can do what they love, pursue their passion, inspire each other, exchange their ideas, and embark on new initiatives. Our goal is to convert the old industrial silo to an urban cultural venue where you can experience music, dance, theatre, art, workshops and a whole lot more. The work camp will be centred around setting up and building temporary structures for the Silo Youth Project and festival ground at the harbour. Struer - The City of Sound is a small town with about 10,000 inhabitants. The local society is built on a strong philosophy working around sound, innovation and technology. Sound became an important part of the city’s DNA due to the large impact from the audio industry, which arose from the establishment of Bang & Olufsen in 1925. The silo project is non-profit and is organized by a local youth organization, with backing from Struer Municipality and Struer Library. We have a broad backing of creative youths, residing in or around Struer or locals who have moved to the major cities who are returning to participate in the Silo Project. With this project, you will take part in converting an old abandoned silo into the new creative landmark for Struer.

Treffpunkt

The meeting time will be in the afternoon in Struer on the 20th of August. The exact meeting place will be clarified in the info sheet. You will depart the Work Camp on the 4th of September at 12:00.

Weitere Infos

Much of the work will be outside and it is expected that you do have some experience with manual/practical work. It is also important that you bring practical clothing for all kinds of weather. The Silo Youth Project is a non-profit, which makes our volunteers essential for creating a youth environment. Also, the project aims to promote social and personal development through cultural exchange. You’ll meet new friends and have an experience of a lifetime! The host and all our Work Camp leaders are fluent in English, which will be the language used during the camp. The camp will have two leaders and at least one will be present at all times. This means that sometimes they are both present and sometimes they will take shifts.

Anforderungen

OBS! To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide: A clean criminal record A motivational letter Travel information COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. Unfortunately, we cannot take participants with disabilities due to safety risk working on the harbourside.

Sustainable Development Goals

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Sustainable Cities and Communities
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Be aware that flights to Copenhagen might be cheaper. Nearest Train St.: Struer St. If your flight arrives in Kastrup - Copenhagen you can take the Intercity Express train directly from Kastrup to Struer st. The trip takes around 4 hours. If your flight arrives at Billund airport, then you can take the bus to Vejle train station and then jump on the regional train from Vejle to Struer st. The trip takes around 2-3 hours. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Cultural meeting in school & kinder MS15
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5/09/2021 - 17/09/2021
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Assistant teacher in school classes and in kindergarten. We expect the assistant teacher to be open-minded and ready to interact with the age group 3-15 years of age. Depending on the age group, there will be different tasks that you, in cooperation with the staff, will do: 3–6-year-olds - Broholm Kindergarten: Participants should be prepared to: - Help with practical tasks such as cleaning - Play with the children and occasionally arrange teacher-led activities - Provide emotional care and support Partake in our daily schedule • Dinnertime • Playtime • Trips out-of-house • Gatherings • Singing • Discussion of relevant topics We expect that participants: Bring pictures (or video) from their country of origin Are prepared to provide inspiration for dishes from their country of origin Can 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 6–11-year-olds: Participating in classroom activities Participating in creative activities and to take responsibility for smaller groups of children in cooperation with the staff 11–15-year-olds: Participating 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 8.00 am to 15.00 pm (Monday to Friday) The purpose is to give the pupils knowledge and understanding of other cultures and languages.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: You will be spending 8 nights at the school and the remaining 4 night with private families in the area. Bring your own bedsheets/sleeping bag, towels and a sleeping mat. Kitchen + bathroom facilities: While staying at our school the volunteers will be served lunch (sandwiches and such), Breakfast and dinner they will prepare by themselves at school facilities. The school will give them diets. While staying with families the families serve the food. Washing machine available.

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, the beautiful town of storytelling author H.C. Andersen, the father of fairytales. The city has many interesting attractions and a nice atmosphere.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

We are focusing on intercultural meetings at our school. The volunteers will take part in the daily school activities in and outside the classroom. We expect the participants to prepare a short introduction of themselves and to bring something characteristic from their homeland (e.g., pictures, recipes, handicraft) 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) In the second week of their stay the headline will be "Harvest". This includes outside activities such as picking apples with the children and producing marmalade, juice, cheese etc.

Treffpunkt

Skovvej 2, 5672 Broby on September 9th between 15.00-18.00 You will depart the Work Camp on the 17th of September

Weitere Infos

Sometimes the work will take place outside. Bring clothes and shoes that matches the Danish weather

Anforderungen

OBS! 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 come here. In the letter, we would also like you to state which age-group you wish to work with. We cannot guarantee that your wish will be granted but we will try our best. Travel information Criminal record COVID-19: In regards to COVID-19, it is our ambition to complete our Work Camps this summer, but it is essential for us, that our volunteers feel safe during the time they spend at our camps. This is why we constantly keep ourselves updated on the situation and we follow the Danish government's instructions. Furthermore, we are ready to answer any questions that you might have, and we will keep all our volunteers updated right up until the start of the Work Camp. As of March 2021, there is a few important things to mention: - it is free for foreigners to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Denmark - with the current vaccine plan, most Danes will be vaccinated at the end of June 2021 Your Work Camp host will have guidelines on how to handle COVID-19 during your stay, including how to handle isolation and enforcement of government guidelines. 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, are able to 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 having troubles with the English language. Try your best! The purpose of the camp is intercultural communication and active. If some of the volunteers are disabled it is important that it doesn't conflict with the purpose. We can unfortunately not take volunteers in wheelchairs.

Sustainable Development Goals

Quality Education Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 25 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest train station: Odense St. If your flight arrives at Copenhagen Airport, it will take around 1,5-2 hours to get to Odense St. by train. More detailed information about transportation will be given in your infosheet after acceptance. Projekt-Sprache(n) English
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