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country Denmark: Nibe Festival Camp MS05
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24/06/2019 - 10/07/2019
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The work will take place before and after the Festival. We will be working in teams with building, putting up and taking down fences, tents, festival bars, floors and much more - properly instructed by the practical coordinator. There will be a lot of other volunteers which makes it a wonderfull place to socialize, make 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 ;) During the four days of the festival you will be able to go on excursions and take a look at Denmark, should you wish so. You are also welcome to stay and experience Nibe Festival and enjoy seeing the result of your work. As a volunteer, you will be provided with access to Festival site for the four days free of charge.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: We offer accommodation in new tents with room for two people. We will be sleeping in a quiet area at the festival. You will have to bring your own air mattress and sleeping bag and what else you might need for a good night's sleep. Remember to bring warm clothes, as the weather can be cold – especially in the night. Kitchen facilities: The festival will provide food for all participants and you won’t have to cook. This includes both before, during and after the festival. Danish food is served. If you are vegetarian, do not eat pork or have allergies let us know and we can make a special arrangement.

Lage und Freizeit

The Festival is based in Skalskoven - a beautiful old forrest close by the river Limfjorden. The Festival is close to Nibe city, and therefore there are a lot of possibilities. Shopping, going to the harbor for a dip, nice cafes. The people of the city are friendly and happy to welcome the many guests to the city, and helps them to have a nice stay. 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 30 minutes. Just be free and creative. Maybe bring some pictures of your country, a small flag(for the tent area and decoration as well!), perform a play, or perhaps you have some sweets to share, recipes (since we won’t be cooking, foods, snacks and recipes are always fun to bring), or something else?

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Nibe Festival is the 6. largest music festival in Denmark and started back in 1985. 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 enthusiasm, team spirit and good humor is the main reason why people return year by year to volunteer and work at the festival. We work hard to make an exceptional festival for our guests - but we have a lot of fun and great times doing it. The Festival is arranged by 4 employees with the overall responsibility, and 4000 volunteers, who are aged from 13 to 70 years of age. During the Festival, 15.000 guests daily come to visit the forest, which makes Nibe one of the most intimate and beautiful music festivals in Denmark. It is located out in a forest called Skal Skoven which gives a real special vibe, and it is only 500 meters from downtown Nibe. Our guests come in all categories, from teenagers to grandparents bringing their grandchildren, and we are proud to offer a Festival that all of these people enjoy and attend simultaneously. Nibe Festival is a nonprofit organization, and all profits are donated to local initiatives and to charity. Nibe Festival Webpage: http://nibefestival.dk/forside.aspx It is the third consecutive Work Camp by Nibe Festival, all with great success.

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Meeting point: Skalvej 24, 9240 Nibe Meeting time: The 24th of June between 12am - 4 pm

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Remember that we are going to be outdoor all day and night, so bring warm clothes. The weather might be cold and most definitely will be at night, and Danish summer always include a bit of rain. As we will have to work outdoor in different weather, your clothes might get messy! We are going to build and take down instruments and different stuff at the festival so remember to bring clothes that is suitable for physical work and different weather. English will be the only spoken language. 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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A motivational letter is required for this Work Camp. Please write ½ page about yourself, explaining why you are motivated for this camp.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 25 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Aalborg station From there 20 minutes direct bustransfer to Nibe Be aware that it might be cheaper to fly to Copenhagen and take the train from Copenhagen to Aalborg (5 hours in train) You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Help kids recreate their playground MS03
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29/06/2019 - 13/07/2019
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15 Freiwillige
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The work will consist of maintenance of the school buildings and playgrounds both indoors and outdoors. The purpose is to restore and renovate the facilities at the school, so the kids will have a better experience coming to school every day. More specifically, some of the of work tasks will be painting the outdoor playground and cutting the hedges around the school. The tasks will be performed in groups. Experience with practical work is an advantage but not a requirement. The work hours will be 9.00 am-15.00 pm with breaks during the weekdays. The weekends will be off, and you will have time to explore the beautiful surroundings.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping and bathroom facilities: The participant will be sleeping in classrooms. Boys and girls will be seperated into two different classrooms. You need to bring your own air matress and sleeping bag. There will be access to a washing machine and bathroom facilities at the school. Kitchen facilities: The participants will be cooking themselves at the facilities at the school. The Work Camp leaders will help coordinating, so you don't have to cook everyday, but you and another volunteer can cook your favorite dish one day for everyone.

Lage und Freizeit

Next to the school there is a sports center with a lot of facilities that the camp participants can use. The Hoering, where you will be staying is located between Aarhus and Skanderborg. The sourroundings of Skanderborg is very pretty with many lakes and hills. Aarhus is the second largest city of Denmark. It has a lot of sights and cultural areas that you can explore in your free time. The Work Camp leaders will also arrange some trips for all the volunteers.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

School of Hoejbo is a public school for primary and lower secondary education. The school has 550 pupils age 5 to 16 years, from preschool through 9th grade. The school is an open-plan school with multidisciplinarity, flexibility, openness and cooperation at all levels as core value. Everybody, pupils and teachers is given the opportunity to develop professionally as well as academically in a challenging learning environment. About 10% of the pupils are bilingual with different cultural backgrounds. Hoejboskolen is known for teaching pupils to become open-minded and tolerant citizens, and the efforts have shown tangible results; The pupils seem to include each other across different classes and cultural differences.

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Time : June 29th at 15.00 pm Address: Toftevej 53, 8362 Hørning, Denmark

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A motivational letter is required for this Work Camp. Please write ½ page about yourself, explaining why you are motivated for this camp.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 30 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Hoering Train Station. Skanderborg train staion is also close by. You can also buy your ticket to Billund Airport. The airport is closer to the Work Camp, but there are fewer international flights to this airport. You can travel with public transportation from the airport to the school. You can plan your journey with plublic transportation at: https://journeyplanner.dk/ Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Life and Work in Eco Village MS07
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30/06/2019 - 13/07/2019
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15 Freiwillige
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The work of the work camp will be smaller restoration and construction projects in the village, combined with work in the fields and other community work. We're planning different tasks, including: - Restoration of our community house, which is a 250 years old protected farm house build in the traditional Danish building style. Eg. Cleaning and painting windows and doors, simple masonry work, other manual work. - Working in our community gardens and fields - Other small construction projects - Helping in the kitchen (1 or 2 volunteers each day) No particular skills required. Working hours will be in the day time. We try to plan the tasks according to you abilities and wishes, but it will be psysical work, mainly outdoor.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: In tents beside our community house. We have tents, but you're welcome to bring your own. Bring you own rolling matt and a sleeping bag. Be aware that Danish summer can be cold, especially in the nights. Other years some participants chose to sleep in the community house – that is also a possibility for you, but most of you will then be sharing the same room. Bathroom facilities: There are two bathrooms and one shower that you will share. We have 3 washing machines that you can use free of charge. Food: Breakfast and lunch will be available, but you will prepare it yourself. At dinner time you will join our communal dinner served for the whole village. One or two of the volunteers are daily expected to help cooking the dinner together with the villagers. Beverages such as coffee and tea is provided, and we have a small shop where you can buy soft drinks, chocolates, etc.

Lage und Freizeit

The village is located in a beautiful area only 6 km from the sea. - We will arrange some communal trips to the beach - A limited number of bikes will be available to use for personal trips in the local area. - Bondfire at night (bring your instruments). - Song evenings, movies, etc. - Whatever we can come up with. We are 70 people living here and we are always up for some fun. - This is the country side, so leisure activities are mainly in the surrounding nature. But if you are hungry for more entertainment, the nice and more or less lively city, Svendborg, is 15 km away.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The Self-Sustaining Village is a Danish ecovillage situated in the beautiful Southern Funen. We are around 35 adults and a 40 kids in a community with shared agriculture, animals, eco-building, nature, social life, celebrations and much more. We share many things, but also have individual homes and families. If you are curious to know more about community life this is a good place to start. I 2016 and 2017 we hosted work camps and we're looking forward to host one again in 2019. Lasse Brahe will be the main host of the work camp, but several other villagers will participate as well. Have a look at our webpage: www.selvforsyning.dk (Only in Danish)

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In the village or we can pick you up at Stenstrup station upon arrival. Arrival: Date: Sunday June 30th Time: 12-3 pm Departure: Date: Saturday July 13th Time: 12

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You must be willing to work outside during day time. We will arrange the work according to the participants skills and physics. Some of the work can be uniform. Please bring practical clothes and shoes. And your high spirits :-) English will be the 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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A motivational letter is required.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Stenstrup station (7 km away from the village) Be aware that Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport are both around 2½ hours away, so check the prices. You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: In the footsteps of a refugee - fro MS21
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8/07/2019 - 29/07/2019
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Global Summer Camp: In the footsteps of a refugee Join us on a trip through Europe where we follow in the footsteps of refugees. We travel along the same route which many hundreds of thousands of refugees have been taken from Europe’s coast and outer borders through Balkan to Germany and Denmark. You will gain insight into how it is like to travel the long way, when we visit refugee camps on the Greek coast, travel by train through Balkan, cross borders in Eastern Europe and meet refugees on our way. The purpose of the trip is to listen to the testimonies of refugees, learn from them and get inspired to how we can take action in defense of the human rights of refugees. We start in Copenhagen and move south through Europe until ending up on the Greek island of Lesbos. We travel by train, bus and ferry through Europe. It gives you a sense of the long distances you have to overcome to get to Denmark from the Mediterranean over land. Some stages will be longer, and we will book us into night trains with couchettes or sleepers. We make stops on our way – and gain new insight During our travel, we will stop and learn more about the conditions refugees live under, the policies regulating refugees’ lives, and how the influx of refugees is being managed in Europe. You will get new and thorough knowledge on migration and asylum policies in Europe, and witness the debate unfold in countries in very different political situations. And you can gain something from participating, no matter your previous experience and knowledge of the issue. We believe in the fact that we learn the most from the people we meet on our way. 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 will witness the refugee camp Moria where refugees arriving on the coast of Lesbos are being detained, and we will meet the people receiving and working with newcoming refugees. The camp concludes by an action project, where you get the chance to put your newly acquired knowledge into use, before we says goodbye to each other by celebrating a farewell dinner. NB: The program is subject to change. When the camp ends, we will be on Lesbos. You can either 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. Trainer and tour guide Ditte Bloch Noer will be lead trainer and tour guide of the summer camp. Presentation of Ditte in her own words: ’I have been working with refugee issues for several years, both in paid positions and as a volunteer, and I am looking very much forward to putting all my experience into use and give you an educational and eye-opening trip. I used to work inside the refugee camp on Lesbos, which we will be visiting at the end of the program, and this experience made a huge impression on me. I have also lived and worked for several years in the Middle East and Eastern Africa, and through the last 10 years, I have been committed to training and organizing youth in Denmark as well as abroad.’

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: To be announced Thessaloniki, Greece: We stay in shared apartments Athens, Greece: We stay in a hostel in downtown Athens Lesbos, Greece: Flats or guest house

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

8th 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 29th of July on Lesbos, Greece Induction course: 14th 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 14th 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 Global Contact 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 Global Contact. 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: Making the festival MS11
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10/07/2019 - 25/07/2019
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The work will consist of building up and taking down the festival. During the festival – you will not work and you will have time to enjoy the music, the ambience and the party. The festival lasts Thursday to Saturday night (the 18.-20. July). Building up and taking the festival site is manual work, and you will be a part of the Musik i Lejet site coordination crew. Experience with handtools (hammer, screwdriver etc.) is not a requirement, but definitely an advantage. You will work as a Work Camp group among other groups. In total, there are 80-200 volunteers each day at the site, who mostly come from local cultural organizations or sports associations. The work you will be during shift from day-to-day, as the festival site changes. One day you paint, another day you set up a bar, the backstage, the stage and so on. As a part of the festival-site-coordination-crew we all work the same hours 9:00 am – 17:00 pm. There will be breaks during the day. Every day you eat breakfast, lunch and dinner together with all the site coordination crew, including the work camp. Therefore you quickly get to know one another. It gives you the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. We often refer to the site coordination crew as a big family – because there is a certain feeling to making something together and depending on one another.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: All participants will be accommodated at the local school in Tisvildeleje. There will be indoor housing in the classrooms with up to 6 peple in each room. We will provide mattresses, but you will have to bring your own sleeping bag. Kitchen facillities: The cooks at the festival site will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner all the days during your stay except the three days when the festival is going on. You will not work during the festival, and there will not be provided food for you. You can buy food at the festival or cook in the kitchen at the school. Bathroom facilities: Both at the festival site and at the school there are bathroom facilities, shower and so on. There is of course also the big sea just by the festival site – so you can also take a swim ☺

Lage und Freizeit

Tisvildeleje is a very small, cozy town. It is just by the sea and the forrest, so you can enjoy taking a run, a walk in the woods and take a swim in the sea. At the school, there is table tennis, and a yard where you can play football or basket. We will also have a projector, so you can watch movies on a big screen at bed time.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Musik i Lejet is a non-profit organisation that consists of three fulltime employees and around 1800 volunteers. The music festival is situated by the beach in Tisvildeleje and founded in 2009. The festival has three main stages, which represents new tendencies within the Danish scene of indie and electro-rock. The festival is based on volunteer work and donates the surplus to charity and other nonprofit organisations. www.musikilejet.dk Get a feeling of the festival by watching this video of Musik I Lejet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3uzLUiY0Sw

Treffpunkt

Arrival: July 10th 2019 between 12-1 pm. Departure: July 25th 2019 at 12 o'clock. On arrival we will pick you up at Tisvildeleje Train Station and go to Skt. Helene School address: Tisvilde Bygade 37, 3220 Tisvildeleje. On departure day the 25th of July we will walk you to the train station at 12:00 PM

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Most of the work will be outdoor, so bring clothing which is fit for outdoor work, and rain clothing in case that it rains. 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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A motivational letter is required. Please write 1/2 a page about, explaining why you are motivated to attend It is an advantage if you know how to use a hammer, a paint brush or a screwdriver, and that you have a mentality where you like things to happen.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 32 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Tisvildeleje Station You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: International Table Tennis Camp bas MS13
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12/07/2019 - 2/08/2019
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Working hours 5 hours 5 days a week and 2 days off. The work camp participant works together with local volunteers typical 7 hours or less. Work starts in the morning, in the afternoon and yet others as the video crew disposes as needed. The will be rotation between the tasks to make variation for the volunteers. Activity managers: - Make activities with the players in their “free time”. - Take care og the smallest children if they are ill or homesick. Television crew and journalists. - Make TV-reportages for international livestreaming - Make articles and photos for the social media. Cleaning assistants: - Take charge of the players so that they clean their own room. - Cleaning of the shower room, the toilets, playing areas Assist in the kitchen: - Help preparing and make food. Serve the food and clean the kitchen. Helping in the administration - Check inn and check out of the players. - Prepare the rooms for the next guests. Drivers: - The camp use to busses. - The drivers drive the shuttle to airport, train station, ferry terminals - Drive shuttle between the practice halls. It is good if you like to be in an international environment, can adapt to changes and like to be around kids.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: You will be sleeping in classrooms. There will be matrasses pillows and sleeping bags (but you can also bring your own). Kitchen The Work Camp participants will eat together with all the other participants in the school’s restaurant. In the evening, coaches, Work Camp Participants and Adult players socialize in the restaurant. Bathroom facilities: Bathrooms and toilets at the school. There is a a washing machine that you can use.

Lage und Freizeit

During your three weeks stay in the Northern Jutland, you will have time to explore some very unique nature and attractions in Denmark. You can arrange a day-trip to Skagen, the most Northern tip of Denmark where two oceans meet. It is famous for the special light which has attracted many painters, cozy yellow and red houses and much more. Hjørring is a city with 30.000 citizens. It is less than 15km to the Sea and beautiful sandy beaches. The biggest sport event in Denmark takes place in Hjørring during the Work Camp. It is called Danacup and is the 24th to 29th of July. In the neighboring town Hirtshals is the biggest Aquarium in the entire Northern Europe. And in another neighboring 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 take place at our annual International Summer Camp. 200 trainers and players from all over the world will gather for three weeks of learning, fun new friendships and much more. The International Summer Camp has existed for 17 years. This is the third year we are host for a Work Camp. Last year was a success and we are looking forward to this year. This year we will have two work camp groups at the same time, so the groups can alternate in working hours, thus getting time to do social activities each group together. "For me it has been a great experience that will help me developing in my way of thinking and seeing the world with another 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, former participant) Read more at www.B75.dk .

Treffpunkt

Meeting point: Halvorsminde Efterskole Halvorsmindevej 107-109 9800 Hjørring Meeting time: Thursday 12th of July between 12-15 pm.

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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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A motivational letter is required.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Nearest airport: Aalborg Airport. (Be aware, flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper) We have schuttle from Aalborg Airport. Nearest train station: Hjørring Station. We have shuttle to and from Hjørring train station. Nearest ferries: Frederikshavn and Hirtshals. We have shuttle to and from Frederikshavn and Hirtshals. Tickets: You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.journeyplanner.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Dana Cup International Youth Footba MS14
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15/07/2019 - 31/07/2019
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The Work Camp will be an Allround Assistance Team at the International Football Tournament. Work Teams tasks are many. Under competent management, the team in activity must be up to the tournament during the last days, and during the tournament there are all possible jobs. Painting of dormitories in Dana Cup Town, maintenance of outdoor areas, gardening, event creation, helping with dining of 13,000 football players. The work is expected to be arranged in two shifts in the period 08:00-20:00

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: Participants are sleeping in tents Linens are provided. Shared bathrooms and laundry facilities are available. Food: Participants should not cook themselves but they will be served food. Kitchen facilities are also available. Inform in advance if you are vegetarian or have allergies.

Lage und Freizeit

Dana Cup Tournament is itself full of parades and activities. And in the free time the tournament area also offers many "leisure experiences". With a large swimming hall, sports facilities, etc., as neighbors, it is possible to accommodate several recreational needs. The Hjørring area is also known as one of Denmark's most favorite resorts. A magnificent scenery, numerous sights and an excellent beach on the Danish west coast provide many opportunities for excursions.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The Dana Cup is a nonprofit organisation who 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. They come to Hjørring in northern Denmark from 45 different nations and they represent 1100 football teams. Dana Cup week is a great party in Hjørring. Read more about Dana Cup on this website www.danacup.com

Treffpunkt

Place: Dana Cup, Børge Christensens Vej 5, 9800 Hjørring Time: Monday, July 15, 2019 Time: 12:00 - 15:00

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Participants must be willing to do manual work, a work that is for the most part outdoors. Be prepared for Danish summer with changing weather. It can be sunny, warm, and rainy and cold. So bring proper clothes to work outside in all weather conditions. 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!

Anforderungen

A motivational letter is required. Please write a 1/2 page about why you want to attend this work camp.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 40 Alter
Nächster Flughafen (Be aware, flights to Copenhagen Airport might be cheaper) Nearest train station: Hjørring Station Tickets: You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.journeyplanner.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Music Festival in Ecovillage MS15
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We’ll assembling pre-build structures, pitching big top tents, setting up showers and toilets and cooking meals for all the fabulous volunteers preparing the festival grounds for the festival. You’ll be off during the festival, until Sunday morning when we’ll start disassembling and taking down the festival.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Sleeping facilities: We offer accommodation in two classrooms in a nearby school. You need to bring an air mattress, sleeping bag and etc. Kitchen facilities: During the days before and after the festival, you will be provided lunch and dinner. You can use the kichenette at the school to prepare breakfast. There will be a grocery store in the village. During the festival there you will be given two meal voucher to buy lunch and dinner. You can still use the kichenette to make breakfast. Please let us know in advance if you are vegetarian. Bathroom facilities: There will be a bathroom facilities at the school. Here you will be able to have a shower. There won't be any washing machine, so bring plenty of clean clothing.

Lage und Freizeit

You will be provided a bicycle that you can use during your stay. That gives you the freedom to explore the sourroundings easily. There is a beach close by that you will be able to visit. Hopefull the weather will be nice. Furthermore, you will be sourrounded by wood and nature in the eco-village. You can explore the nature and see rural scenery of Denmark.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Himmelstorm Festival is a small 3-day music festival hold by the eco-village Dyssekilde. It is located in Northwestern Zealand in the countryside next to a small village called Torup, Torup has only about 1000 inhabitants, and the festival has even less participants. The community of Dyssekilde is built in early 90’es with strong ideas and principles of ecology and sustainability. All houses, toilets, everyday wares, and ways of heating the houses are organic and sustainable. The community even has their own windmill to power their houses. The festival itself is built on the same principles as the community, for instance; only organic food and beer from the local brewery are served. Everything from theatre, handcrafts, general intimacy and colours and vitality are valued at the festival. Thus, the festival is considered a family and children friendly place to be. Himmelstorm Festival has since it’s infancy been non-profit, which makes our volunteers essential for making Himmelstorm what it is today. Every year approximately 220 volunteers contributes in making Himmelstorm an experience to remember. The festival takes place 26-28 July 2015, but at lot of the work will consist of preparing and building up the festival, as well as adding several funny and interesting initiatives to an already fantastic event. You can take a look at Himmelstorm Festival’s webpage here (unfortunately it is only in Danish): www.himmelstorm.dk Website of Dyssekilde Community: http://dyssekilde.dk/uk

Treffpunkt

Meeting point: Dyssekilde Station Meeting time: The 21nd of July at 12.00

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Remember that we are going to be outdoor all day and night, so bring warm clothes. The weather might be cold and most definitely will be at night, and Danish summer always include a bit of rain. As we will have to work outdoor in different weather, your clothes might get messy! We are going to build and take down instruments and different stuff at the festival so remember to bring clothes that is suitable for physical work and different weather. English will be the only spoken language. 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!

Anforderungen

A motivational letter is required for this Work Camp. Please write ½ page about yourself, explaining why you are motivated for this camp.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 40 Alter
Nächster Flughafen The closest train station is Dyssekilde station. We suggest following journey from Copenhagen to the work Camp: - Take the Metro at Copenhagen Airport to Nørreport station. - Board S-train(A) from Nørreport station to Hillerød station. - Take the local train from Hillerød station towards Hundestad Havn. Get off the train at Dyssekilde station. (Make sure not to take the fast train from Hillerød station, as that will skip Dyssekilde station and go straight to Hundested) - From Dyssekilde station you can walk a few hundred metres to the festival site. You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Denmark: Our Sustainable World MS16
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Please prepare for practical work. 1. In the middle of our ‘’park garden’’ we have allocated an area for organic gardening/perma culture. You should expect to be outside every day and work with garden tools building up parts of the area. It could be by making raised beds for herbs and flowers. Water channels for watering, digging a chamber in the ground for keeping vegetables during winter. Natural shade for plants and people. Etc. THEREFORE, it is garden work - all done by an environmental way, using nature, for the nature! The area of the new ‘organic herb world’ is approximately 1000 square meters. 2. Being very aware, green and organic in our thoughts and talks. We will also like upgrade our way of living at the school. There will be a lot of different jobs to do with this focus. It could be heating up outside showers with energy from the sun, or finishing a steam bath etc. 3. There is always maintenance to do on former workcamp projects 4. Our straw bale house which were built 10 years ago needs a major maintenance in its earth roof. 5. You should be prepared that all project we do will be focusing on an 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: You should expect to stay in a tented camp in the middle of our garden. There is also a chance of sleeping in dorms or rooms when available. Toilet and showers: In all three weeks access to showers and toilets in the school building are available. Food: Food is mainly organic, green made by our kitchen staff, and served three times a day. However, you should expect to assist after all meals doing dishes. In the weekend, you will assist in the making of the meals. Let us know if you are vegetarian.

Lage und Freizeit

Brenderup is located on the island Funen (Fyn) in Denmark. The village Brenderup (2000 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 Hojskole hosts the camp. In English we call ourselves for the Academy for Intercultural Learning. Brenderup Hojskole is working as a boarding school with an international approach and accept both Danish and foreign students, who are more than 18 years old. You can read more about the school here: http://www.brenderuphojskole.dk/filer/english.htm For the last many years, Brenderup have hosted work camps that have supported the building process of Brenderup environmental friendly buildings. We have made: - The straw bale house, a big culture and music hall. - A ellipse-shaped “lotus house”, which is functioning as a workshop for outdoor living activities. - The 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 center in our garden was made, where nature is used instead of artificial machine equipment. - We have 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 incorporate former year’s ideas and concept – building sustainable. We call it our Off-Grid House. The off-grid house has been built during the last year. 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

At the school. Be aware that there are very few bus connections per day, so make sure you get to Middelfart in time for the bus. Arrival: Date: Sunday 18 August 2019 Time: 17.00 At the school

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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 workcamp is not a party camp, - but a camp where we meet each other in a mutual understanding of a wish, to share culture from the world. We also have parties! Please read about the school at http://www.brenderuphojskole.dk/filer/english.htm There will be two camp leaders who are former students from the school. They will write you accordingly to tell you news about the camp. There will be different work leaders to teach you how to build and work. Normal work day is 6-7 hours.

Anforderungen

A motivational letter is required. People, who are used to work with their hands in combination with artistic skills, will be preferred to the 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 may be attached to the info-sheet. It will be easier for you, if you are a green thinker! English at a conversational level is required.
Organisation MS ActionAid Denmark Alter 18 - 35 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Odense Station (36 km.) or Middelfart station (16 km.) – from there by bus to Brenderup. From Copenhagen Airport it takes approximately 4 hours to get to Brenderup. Alternatively, consider Billund Airport. From here it takes approximately 3 hours to get to Brenderup. However the flight tickets might be more expensive. Tickets: You can search for train and bus time schedules here: www.rejseplanen.dk You can book train tickets here: http://www.dsb.dk/en/#open You can book bus tickets here: http://www.abildskou.dk/en/ (bus tickets might be cheaper) Projekt-Sprache(n) English
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