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05.Mar - 30.Aug 2021
NURSTE KULA, Estonie

ALLIKSAARE FARM

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • MANU
  • AGRI
  • EST MTV 01
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 150 EUR

Remarque

It is possible to adapt the dates of stay and its duration to your availability.

  • Code : EST MTV 01
  • Dispo : 2M / 3F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 60

PARTENAIRE

Hiiumaa according to the Nordic sagas emerged from the Baltic Sea as a small islet more than 10 000 years ago. The island of Hiiumaa was first mentioned in historical documents as a deserted island called Dageida in 1228. The first inhabitants settled down at the end of the 13th century. Nowadays Hiiumaa is the second biggest island of Estonia with the area of 965 sq. km and the population around 10 000. It has many historical and nature sights, and there are kind people known for their hospitality and good sense of humor. The island is referred as a remote area of Europe, so EstYES feels particularly proud developing international voluntary projects for dozen of years there. Also, for years EstYES has been cooperating with farms all over Estonia for solidarity, respect and practical support to local people who work in agricultural sector keeping traditional life style and developing new eco-farming despite of all difficulties. Alliksaare Farm is one of such projects. This is an organic farm promoting sustainable lifestyle, and this camp is proposed for volunteers who appreciate and share its values, want to learn more about it and to help hard working people. In addition to agricultural activities, Alliksaare Farm has another important task taking care of coastal meadows which are international birds migration area under protection of NATURA Programme. Watch the short movies of last year camp here http://vimeo.com/55764079 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEAc2Sch6f8

TRAVAIL

Alliksaare Farm main direction is horses and cattle farming. At the moment there are around 100 cows and over 50 horses on the farm. Generally, the work will be to take care and maintain the pastures located by the sea (clearing around the pastures, building or removing fences, repairing fences). Another work is cleaning the coast nearby the farm from rubbish brought by storms. There can be some work for preparing food for cows for winter time. In Farm you can work with horses, take care of them and together with owner train horses. Moreover, if you have some experience and interest you can ride horses. The work will be mainly outdoors. The working time will be around 6-8 hours a day. Work will be done under the supervision of the local host as well as independently.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

The accommodation conditions are simple – in caravans, beds are provided. In cold period volunteers may stay in the farm house with the host family. Please bring your sleeping bag. Toilets and showers are available on site. There is a kitchen with all necessary equipment for cooking. Food ingredients will be provided.

SITUATION

Alliksaare farm is located in Nurste Kula, Emmaste parish, Hiiumaa island. Hiiumaa is situated in the western part of Estonia, approximately 130 km from Tallinn. More information available on the following websites: www.emmaste.ee, www.hiiumaa.ee, www.visitestonia.com Leisure timeThere are a lot of interesting natural picturesque sights on the island as well as good possibilities for swimming in the sea or hiking in the forest. It is possible to visit other parts of Hiiumaa island on the week-end, which is planned by the host. Hiiumaa offers a lot of various cultural events in summer time and volunteers will have the possiblity to join some of them. This camp is perfect for people who enjoy being close to the nature and are interested in traditional way of rural living. But it is also possible to go to mainland on weekends or days off. The connection is regular and easy.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

You have to be open-minded and be ready to adapt to the simple conditions of the common life in the countryside of Estonia. Be ready for independent work and stay without permanent supervision. Please consider that the work is mainly farm work which can be hard sometimes. It is very good if you have some technical skills. Having driving licence is an advantage. It would be good if you have some experience in hourse riding and/or cows milking. Camp is not suitable for people with allergy, especially lactose allergy since the host offers a lot of milk products. Smoking is not permitted on the farm. There is participation fee of 150 Euro which has to be paid by volunteer upon arrival to the project. It covers the whole period of stay regardless of its duration.

13.Apr - 13.Apr 2022
BRIGHTON, Royaume-Uni

ANGLAIS ART / ANGLAIS TH. .ITRE A BRIGHTON

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • LANG
  • SVI-BAAT
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
  • Code : SVI-BAAT
  • Dispo : 4M / 5F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The school is housed in a beautiful Victorian building, it is a picturesque and peaceful setting in which to study. Since it was founded in 1968, the school has run high quality English courses for thousands of students. The School is accredited by the British Council for teaching English in the UK and is a member of English UK, Young Learners English UK and Sussex Safeguarding.Brighton is the second largest student city after London. It s an hour away from London by train. The school has a large centre where students can get together to cook, relax and watch movies.

TRAVAIL

For the EnglishArt or EnglishDrama program, there are 27 classes (22 hours) per week.You will have in this program 21 lessons of English 6 lessons of the extra subject.Course price for 2 weeks: pound510The purchase of course books is compulsory and costs pound30 for each level/class.Do not hesitate to contact us for more information on prices and possible programmes.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Students are accommodated with a host family.All the hosts live within a 25 minute WALK from school, (for Summer students on Intensive courses, it will be a 15 to 20 minute bus journey when at ELC)The students are welcomed and treated as part of the family during their stay.4 choices of meals are possible: bed and breakfast, half board lunch, half board dinner, full boardPrice for two weeks in a host family with bed and breakfast option : pound188Please contact us for more information on the cost of accommodation.

SITUATION

The school is located in a suburb of Brighton and Hove. There is great transport links via both bus and train. It is close to London; just an hour on the train. The school is situated on the edge of the beautiful South Downs National Park. Brighton is a very popular location and is one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the UK for students.The school offers an extensive social programme:Activities and visits in the local area and trips to cities such as London, Cambridge, Oxford and Salisbury.A lots of free activities are included such as quizzes, film nights, arts and crafts and sports.The programme encourages full integration as staff, including the teachers, get involved in the activities.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Minimum length of stay = 2 weeks

01.May - 01.Jul 2021
ISTANBUL, Turquie

JOIN THE TEAM

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • SOCI
  • KIDS
  • MANU
  • GHD-MTV-1
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

COVID-19 measures: While travelling to Turkey, PCR test is required for most of the countries. If you have negative PCR test then there is no official quarantine process that you need go through upon your arrival. Please check for exceptional countries for these rules on this website: https://www.turkishairlines.com/en-us/announcements/coronavirus-outbreak/travel-restrictions/ Volunteers will be provided with masks and disinfectant by the local host during the camp. Our camp leaders are well informed about the precautions that are necessary to take according to different scenerios related with COVID-19. IMPORTANT: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all workcamps are going under re-confirmation process 1 month prior to their starting dates. Accepted volunteers are requested to wait until 1 month left to the starting date of the camp before making their final travel arrangements.

  • Code : GHD-MTV-1
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / TUR
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Nesin Foundation was founded in Catalca/Istanbul in 1973 by famous Turkish author Aziz Nesin. It is a big family with 40 children. Children who are deprived of educational opportunities come to the foundation at the age of 0-12. They live here until they stand on their own feet while attending schools close by. The foundation provides children with all their needs and additional education and activities. The main objectives of the Foundation are to ensure that the children will grow up as beneficial individuals to the society who will produce more than they consume, who are with social responsibility, confident, self-sacrificing, who continuously improve themselves, who adopt a critical point of view at themselves and the whole world. Nesin Foundation and its subsidiaries are being managed by former graduates increasingly.

TRAVAIL

You will be working either with the education team or maintenance team; the Education team consists of caregivers, a psychologist, teachers, a team assistant, volunteers, and the education manager. The tasks in the education team are; helping on different parts of the daily programme and caring for the children s needs. Contributing your individual strengths and ideas into organizing activities and helping with the children s schoolwork is an important part of your work. The tasks in the maintenance team are gardening, helping for the repair and maintenance, painting walls. Since you are going to work with children in the foundation, we are expecting you to have positive energy, don t forget to smile 🙂

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You will have your own room in the foundation. For exceptional occasions, you may share your room with another volunteer but we will be agreeing with you in this case. The bathroom is shared and we have four meals during the day which we eat all together. There is a team for cooking and they cook 4 meals during the day.

SITUATION

Foundation is in Catalca and it is the greenest area in Istanbul which you can enjoy the nature. You can have nature walks, paragliding and cycling. Foundation is 2.5 hours far from Istanbul city center. In foundation, we also have a big pedagogical background and we are practicing permaculture. We have ceramic and wood workshop. Also you can do Turkish practice with workers. You can improve organization skills and you can get support about subject that you want specialized on. In your 2 off days, you will be socializing in the city. IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to COVID-19 pandemic volunteers may be asked to stay at the foundation during their free days for minimizing the risk of getting infected.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Minimum stay is 1 month. You can stay the whole duration if you want to. A motivation letter and skype interview is required. Please note that you might be the only volunteer at the time you are volunteering.

29.May - 12.Jun 2021
REYKJAVK, Islande

ENVIRONMENT ART - REYKJAVK ARTS FESTIVAL

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • CULT
  • SEEDS 016
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 300 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp and 1 trip.

  • Code : SEEDS 016
  • Dispo : 12M
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

This volunteer and arts project is an organised cooperation between the Reykjavik Art Festival and SEEDS. With the support of the volunteers we will run one of the biggest environmental art pieces of the year: Sun and Sea (Marina). The work is a Lithuanian opera performance, winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale 2019. It is a live opera installation without beginning or end that takes place on a well-visited beach under an artificial sun. The show addresses some of the most pressing issues of sustainability and ecology of our time and gives a shocking picture of today s consumer society.

TRAVAIL

The work will be set up in the Reykjavik Art Museum that is located in the center of Reykjavik. The volunteers will help to set up the beach that will be made of black Icelandic sand in the museum and to take it down after the event. The volunteers will be invited to watch the show and will have the opportunity to participate as actors.Volunteers will also have the chance to join other environmental-related activities, through non-formal means such as workshops, discussions, presentations and visits, as well as to contribute directly to environment protection by joining outdoor cleanup tasks. We aim to also involve the local community, so some of our events may be open to the public. We hope participants will also learn how to plan and do their own trash hunting/collecting projects back home. This project is based on similar activities around the world, where outstanding results have been achieved with volunteers. One of the two following options is also included in this camp as a hands-on volunteering activity day: either a day trip combining a guided tour to the Hellisheioi power station, a trash collection action in the area and the Hot River Hike (a hike up a valley filled with hot springs where one can bathe); or a day trip to the Reykjanes peninsula, combined with a coastal cleanup in the area.The mentioned activities are dependent on conditions such as weather, pandemic-related restrictions, as well as availability of our partner organisations. This camp combines learning, sharing, hands-on work and fun. No previous experience is needed. Volunteers should prepare to share environmental issues from their countries and be ready to spend time outdoors, walk medium distances during the cleanups, as during other activities and sightseeing. As part of the project happens outdoors, volunteers should be ready to adapt and be flexible with the work and free-time schedule, as depending on the changeable weather, we may not be able to perform some of the activities planned.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in a house in Reykjavik. The facilities are basic with a kitchen, showers, and a washing machine. Everyone is expected to show consideration for their companions. Participants will sleep in shared rooms or dormitories. Please bring your own sleeping bag. Volunteers will receive food supplies and will be in charge of cooking and cleaning. Please note the food SEEDS provides will be vegetarian. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food, drinks, recipes, music, games or movies from your country for the international evening. Please be aware some items or ingredients may be expensive in Iceland and you will need to buy them yourselves or bring them from your country.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with nature, using renewable energy sources. The world s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavik is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic. It is an international city with a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene surrounded by beautiful nature.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee EUR 300 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first day), the visits available; and one trip combined with the trash collection activity (Hot River or Reykjanes).Other excursions (e.g. Golden Circle, the South Shore, Reykjanes and/or Snaefellsnes) can be arranged at discount fares if there is additional free time after the camp work/sessions. It may be very cold and/or rainy, so we recommend bringing warm and waterproof clothes (underlayers, overcoats, scarves, gloves and hats) and good walking shoes, as some of the activities take place outdoors.

01.Jun - 01.Sep 2021
IZMIR, Turquie

FABLE VILLAGE

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • MANU
  • GHD-MTV-2
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

COVID-19 measures: While travelling to Turkey, PCR test is required for most of the countries. If you have negative PCR test then there is no official quarantine process that you need go through upon your arrival. Please check for exceptional countries for these rules on this website: https://www.turkishairlines.com/en-us/announcements/coronavirus-outbreak/travel-restrictions/ Volunteers will be provided with masks and disinfectant by the local host during the camp. Our camp leaders are well informed about the precautions that are necessary to take according to different scenerios related with COVID-19. IMPORTANT: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all workcamps are going under re-confirmation process 1 month prior to their starting dates. Accepted volunteers are requested to wait until 1 month left to the starting date of the camp before making their final travel arrangements.

  • Code : GHD-MTV-2
  • Dispo : 1M / 3F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / TUR
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Social Good Association / Guzel Isler Dernegi (GID) is a workshop and experimentation association that works to improve production, development, sharing and social benefits. GID was created to stand as a model in Turkey that aims to formulate and set up intellectual and practical workshops to benefit Bergama s local people, students, civil society, academicians, and working-class groups. The association s new workshop and fable village unit construction is going to be carried out in 12.500 m2, in the city center of Bergama in a small village that is called YERLITAHTACI. (Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: @guzelislerder) The unit will include many units such as houses, classrooms, dining hall, exhibition units, warehouse, kitchen, and auxiliary units for establishment. The volunteers will both work in the construction and in the workshops that are running in GID. You can see some of workshops from the list in website www.guzelislerdernegi.org At Social Good Association (GID), we strive to produce social good . Social Good is defined by activities that make an intellectual or practical contribution to individuals and society. Thinking universally and working locally; we carry out our activities with 52 regional, national, and international partners. We favor transparency, innovation, and ethical values in our activities.GID Workshops are designed for youth, disabled people, students, civil society, academics, working class and local people. We stand as a mediator for attendees to produce, share and develop with intellectual and practical workshops. They are designed for social good by people from different disciplines. In the past 4 years GID managed 116 workshops for 2,483 beneficiaries by volunteering 13,470 hours.GID is accredited by Best Buddies International (BBI) to run e-Buddies project in Turkey. GID is also accredited by Alternative Life Association (AYDER) to run other BBI programs in the Aegean Region of Turkey. AYDER is the official BBI branch that oversees Turkey operations. In the past 10 years 5,500 Buddies from 5 different provinces, 70 schools with 32 BB Turkey Team Volunteers in Turkey.Best Buddies International, Inc., (BBI) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing aglobal volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integratedemployment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Founded in 1989 by Anthony K. Shriver, Best Buddies has grown from one college chapter at Georgetown University to a robust international organization that offers a unique array of services through ten programs: Best Buddies Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, Colleges, Citizens, e-Buddies, Jobs, Ambassadors, Promoters, and Living. Best Buddies has participants in more than 50 countries and in each of the 50 United States, and positively impacts more than 1.3 million individuals with and without disabil

TRAVAIL

Construction of the workshop place, Volunteer duties in GID association official daily duties, statistical information studies, web site and workshop films, photo and audio editing, poster designs, new workshop social designs, attending local meetings as volunteers, informing local people about what the association does via social media and face to face in English and also volunteering in the steps of workshops according to your expertise. Volunteering/leading workshops if you have an expertise in that field or a great desire of being a part of workshops.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Accommodation 1: Located in the city center. Room with private WC and bathroom with bunk beds, dining room and kitchen. Wi-Fi, bicycles, and air conditioning are available. Accommodation 2: Housing near the fable village with beds, WC and bathroom. Food: Kitchen is available, and food is provided by the association. Volunteers will be responsible for cooking.

SITUATION

Pergamon (Bergama) is 2400 years old ancient city designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014. The city center has 50.000 population. It is about 20 minutes drive to the Aegean Sea and forested highlands. There are 114 villages nearby with an additional population of 50.000. All villages have different cultures, environment, and local cuisine. 20 minutes to sea and forest by car.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Minimum stay is 1 month. Volunteers can stay up to 3 months. Skype interview will be done by GID before the selection of volunteers. Students, entrepreneurs or experts in; sociology, physiology, architecture, agriculture, anthropology, farming, digital fields (social media-coding-digital marketing-digital tools for associations), video/audio editing, podcast, art, culture, disability, LGBTI and environmental studies are preferable (one or more) – Volunteers will also take care of the utilities that our association has such as guest building, open village field and association buildings.- They will be in contact with our national and international partners for development studies in workshops- Follow up and work for general association studies (workshops – documents – creating workshops – guest management / local volunteer management etc.)The volunteers should have abilities such as:- Computer Skills- Communication skills (English language is a must)- University degree and university student and above is needed.

01.Jun - 31.Oct 2021
IZMIR, Turquie

YOUTH CENTER

  • Moyen terme 3-6 mois
  • MANU
  • GHD-MTV-3
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

COVID-19 measures: While travelling to Turkey, PCR test is required for most of the countries. If you have negative PCR test then there is no official quarantine process that you need go through upon your arrival. Please check for exceptional countries for these rules on this website: https://www.turkishairlines.com/en-us/announcements/coronavirus-outbreak/travel-restrictions/ Volunteers will be provided with masks and disinfectant by the local host during the camp. Our camp leaders are well informed about the precautions that are necessary to take according to different scenerios related with COVID-19. IMPORTANT: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all workcamps are going under re-confirmation process 1 month prior to their starting dates. Accepted volunteers are requested to wait until 1 month left to the starting date of the camp before making their final travel arrangements.

  • Code : GHD-MTV-3
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / TUR
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Afacan Youth House www.afacan.de is a place where GHD runs voluntary workcamps for disadvantaged youth and children, disabled people, teenagers and kids.

TRAVAIL

During the high season, Afacan Youth House needs help with some daily tasks such as: Help in the kitchen, washing dishes, setting up tables, organizing recycling, cleaning the rooms, helping laundry etc. Work can be demanding but it happens in a very friendly environment.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Accomodation will be in dormitories. There are toilets and showers in the rooms. Food will provided 3 times a day.

SITUATION

Yenisakran is in the west of Turkey. The center is by the seaside. The nearest city is Izmir. Work camp site is safe and secure.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Good motivation letter. Volunteers need to be flexible and adaptable to different tasks of the centre. It is possible to stay minimum 2 weeks i maximum 1 month. German speaking volunteers are preferable but being able to speak English is also fine. Skype interview will be done after your application.

01.Jun - 01.Jan 2022
ETOILE-SUR-RHCNE, France

ET SI ON JOUAIT ? - ESC

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • JR21/ESC5
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Projet Corps europeen de Solidarite (CES)

  • Code : JR21/ESC5
  • Dispo : / 1F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / FRA
  • Age : 18 - 28

PARTENAIRE

Jeunesse et Reconstruction (JR) est une association loi 1901 creee en 1948. A l origine, JR organisait des chantiers pour rassembler des jeunes benevoles europeens afin de retisser les liens entre des peuples autrefois ennemis.Aujourd hui, l objectif principal est de favoriser les echanges interculturels a travers un engagement volontaire dans un esprit de tolerance, de respect et de fraternite. JR participe au developpent d echanges internationaux de jeunes a travers la mise en place de ses activites. Il s agit de donner a des jeunes de cultures differentes l opportunite de se rencontrer dans un environnement inconnu en contact avec la population locale. Ils peuvent ainsi decouvrir leurs differences et leurs points communs, apprendre a vivre et a travailler ensemble en mettant leur energie au service de la collectivite. JR propose differents programmes de volontariat (court, moyen et long terme) a travers son reseau de partenaires.

TRAVAIL

Un(e) volontaire sera accueilli pour 7 mois au sein de notre delegation dromoise.Les activites realisees par le/la volontaire pendant sa mission seront les suivantes:- Observation et recherche concernant les differentes sortes de jeux, les pedagogies et le recensement de jeux pouvant servir de support a la rencontre interculturelle- Transmission de ces outils aupres de nos membres, de nos encadrants d activite (formations/ session d informations)- Transmission aupres des personnes engagees sur nos chantiers internationaux: benevoles etrangers et francais, acteurs partenaires (mission locale, groupe de jeunes locaux…)- Rencontre de jeunes volontaires francais et etrangers pour analyser et comprendre les freins au jeu ressentis par certains- Organisation d evenements lies au Jeu et a la rencontre interculturelle: rencontre, soiree a theme…- Cocreation de jeux : chasse au tresor, escape game, Grand Jeu…. qui pourront etre reutilises comme support pour sensibiliser a la comprehension entre differentes cultures- Promotion du volontariat et du dispositif CES a travers ces rencontres et evenements- Redaction d une annexe a notre livret Animateur(trice) de chantier pour transmettre des jeux supports, avec les regles et les mises en place.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Le participant sera heberge sur place a la Chapelle des Penitents Blancs, dans une chambre partagee. Un espace cuisine et une salle de bain seront a disposition dans le batiment. Le participant pourra se faire a manger. Un acces wi-fi et un ordinateur seront a disposition, ainsi qu un lave-linge.Ce projet est realise dans le cadre du Corps Europeen de Solidarite. Dans ce cadre, les benevoles participants :- ne s acquittent d aucun frais d envoi, ni de participation pour prendre part au projet.- doivent s inscrire sur le Portail du Corps Europeen de Solidarite en suivant ce lien : https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/placement/26824_en- recevront 6euro/jour, des leur arrivee- recevront une aide financiere pour leur voyage sur presentation des billets originaux;- les volontaires devront remplir un rapport, soumis en ligne via le portail.Page du CES : https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity_en

SITUATION

Situee a une dizaine de km au sud de Valence, dans la Drome, Etoile (5000 hab.) est une commune qui surplombe la vallee du Rhone. Son bourg, au coeur d une enceinte du 15eme siecle, devoile un patrimoine architectural de qualite : eglise, maisons en pierres apparentes, chapelle et chateau. Quant a sa campagne, elle se caracterise par des paysages tres diversifies (bordure de cours d eau -Rhone et Veore-, zones agricoles et fruitieres, collines et bois).Activites possibles : balades dans le Vercors, decouverte des villes environnantes (Crest, Montelimar, Valence…) et de leurs specialites.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Le permis de conduire est indispensable.Nous souhaitons recevoir un benevole interesse par les jeux et convaincu de leur utilite. Il doit etre capable de transmettre sa passion du jeu. Conna.tre et jouer un grand nombre de jeux est un plus. Aucun diplome ou competence ne sont attendus. Le volontaire devra etre dynamique et sociable, car il devra aller vers les autres pour remplir sa mission. Il/elle sera egalement pret(e) a apprendre et a ma.triser de nouveaux outils. Parler francais est un plus. Le volontaire doit aimer vivre a la campagne, etre autonome, capable de s adapter et a l aise avec la vie de groupe.

01.Jun - 01.Jan 2022
ETOILE-SUR-RHCNE, France

TRANSITION ECOLOGIQUE - ESC

  • Long terme 6-12 mois
  • ENVI
  • JR21/ESC6
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Projet Corps europeen de Solidarite (CES)

  • Code : JR21/ESC6
  • Dispo : / 1F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / FRA
  • Age : 18 - 28

PARTENAIRE

Jeunesse et Reconstruction (JR) est une association loi 1901 creee en 1948. A l origine, JR organisait des chantiers pour rassembler des jeunes benevoles europeens afin de retisser les liens entre des peuples autrefois ennemis.Aujourd hui, l objectif principal est de favoriser les echanges interculturels a travers un engagement volontaire dans un esprit de tolerance, de respect et de fraternite. JR participe au developpent d echanges internationaux de jeunes a travers la mise en place de ses activites. Il s agit de donner a des jeunes de cultures differentes l opportunite de se rencontrer dans un environnement inconnu en contact avec la population locale. Ils peuvent ainsi decouvrir leurs differences et leurs points communs, apprendre a vivre et a travailler ensemble en mettant leur energie au service de la collectivite. JR propose differents programmes de volontariat (court, moyen et long terme) a travers son reseau de partenaires.

TRAVAIL

Vous travaillerez avec un tuteur disponible et present qui vous guidera dans vos missions. Vous aurez le temps de decouvrir notre organisation, son fonctionnement et ses activites afin d obtenir une meilleure integration socio-linguistique. Au cours de la premiere partie de la mission, vous effectuerez une analyse des pratiques : en observant notre facon de travailler, nos contraintes, et vous serez en mesure d interroger nos employes et nos membres actifs. Vous allez faire des recherches sur le theme de la protection de l environnement, y compris les mesures politiques sur la transition ecologique. Vous nous aiderez a ecrire un guide des bonnes pratiques au sein de notre organisation, afin de donner des outils simples pour reduire notre empreinte ecologique. Dans la deuxieme partie de votre mission, vous travaillerez a la diffusion de vos resultats et solutions : vous interviendrez lors de notre seance d information, pendant la formation des animateurs, mais aussi sur differents chantiers de benevoles : vous serez en contact direct avec les groupes de benevoles et les communautes locales qui les accueillent.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Le participant sera heberge sur place a la Chapelle des Penitents Blancs, dans une chambre partagee. Un espace cuisine et une salle de bain seront a disposition dans le batiment. Le participant pourra se faire a manger. Un acces wi-fi et un ordinateur seront a disposition, ainsi qu un lave-linge.Ce projet est realise dans le cadre du Corps Europeen de Solidarite. Dans ce cadre, les benevoles participants : – ne s acquittent d aucun frais d envoi, ni de participation pour prendre part au projet. – doivent s inscrire sur le Portail du Corps Europeen de Solidarite en suivant ce lien : https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/placement/26819_en – recevront 6euro/jour, des leur arrivee – recevront une aide financiere pour leur voyage sur presentation des billets originaux; – les volontaires devront remplir un rapport, soumis en ligne via le portail. Page du CES : https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity_en

SITUATION

Situee a une dizaine de km au sud de Valence, dans la Drome, Etoile (5000 hab.) est une commune qui surplombe la vallee du Rhone. Son bourg, au coeur d une enceinte du 15eme siecle, devoile un patrimoine architectural de qualite : eglise, maisons en pierres apparentes, chapelle et chateau. Quant a sa campagne, elle se caracterise par des paysages tres diversifies (bordure de cours d eau -Rhone et Veore-, zones agricoles et fruitieres, collines et bois).Activites possibles : balades dans le Vercors, decouverte des villes environnantes (Crest, Montelimar, Valence…) et de leurs specialites.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Le permis de conduire est indispensable.Aucune competence specifique n est requise a l exception de la volonte de s engager dans ce domaine. Nous souhaitons accueillir un volontaire qui s interesse a la protection de l environnement. Nous n avons pas necessairement besoin qu il l ait etudie a l ecole. Il/elle doit etre dynamique et sociable car il/elle devra aller vers les autres pour accomplir la mission. Parler francais est un plus. Le participant doit aimer vivre a la campagne et etre autonome. La motivation est un critere important. Certains types de handicap ne poseront pas de probleme.

02.Jun - 15.Jun 2021
Islande

THE HIGHLANDS NORTH OF VATNAJEKULL GLACIER

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • CONS
  • SEEDS 017
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 250 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. The participation fee does not include the transportation from Reykjavik to the camp and back, which will cost EUR 75 (Euros) one way or EUR 150 (Euros) both ways.

  • Code : SEEDS 017
  • Dispo : 7M / 1F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

For the tenth year, SEEDS volunteers will have the chance to work in this special project based in the highlands, east of Lake Mivatn and north of the Vatnajokull glacier. The area has been inhabited since the early times of settlement. Our hosts are a family, descendants of farmers from the area, trying to develop new opportunities for work and alternative jobs in this very remote area, since farming at such altitude is very difficult. They are running diverse facilities and offer services for local and foreign visitors.

TRAVAIL

Volunteers will support the locals in removing the trash left by visitors and helping restore the land damaged by off-road driving. Volunteers will also help with repairing an old turf building, restoring it to its previous form and making it look similar to several other turf buildings in the surroundings. Additional work may be fixing and maintaining walking paths and making a new trail. Well-maintained paths enable people to visit the area without damaging it and this important work also helps to improve safety for visitors.Please note that the work in this camp (such as turfing) can be very physically demanding and volunteers need to be in good shape and ready to work hard. As it is outdoors work, volunteers shall be ready to adapt and be flexible with the working and free-time schedule, as, depending on the weather, we may not be able to perform some of the tasks or activities planned. The weather conditions are unpredictable and the temperature in the highlands can drop below zero in the nights. Bring warm clothing, since the work takes place outdoors.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Volunteers will be lodged in a house at one of the farms, sleeping in shared rooms with beds, please bring your own sleeping bag. Volunteers will receive food ingredients and be in charge of cooking and cleaning activities. An equipped kitchen and a washing machine are available. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food or drinks from your country for the intercultural evening.

SITUATION

The camp is located in the highlands of Iceland, at the highest inhabited place in the country at 469 meters above sea level. The location is in the North-Eastern part of the country and in the vicinity of the largest national park in Europe – Vatnajokull National Park. Mount Heroubreio, the queen of Icelandic mountains, is located in the area. It is situated to the east of the Odaoahraun desert and close to the Askja volcano. The desert is a large lava field originating from volcanic eruptions in the area. The Vatnajokull Park is unique; one can find glaciers, volcanoes, glacier bursts, eruptions and geothermal heat plus an extremely rare landscape. The area of the park is around 12,000 km2 and is expected to be expanded in the next few years. Under the ice cap, the glacier hides seven volcanoes and most of them are active. Vatnajokull covers about 8 of the country, and is about 1000 m thick at its maximum.This work camp takes place in a very remote region, located in a natural area of extreme beauty. Free-time outdoor activities, for instance hikes or walks in the surroundings, will be arranged for SEEDS volunteers.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

English will be the language in the camp; basic conversational skills are needed.Volunteers should be motivated to experience life in a very isolated part of Iceland. Participants should bring good, sturdy walking shoes and warm working clothes. Weather is unpredictable and it can be cold or rainy. Bring warm under layers, waterproofs, walking shoes/boots, a good sleeping bag and gloves.

06.Jun - 19.Jun 2021
Islande

THE HIGHLANDS OF ICELAND - THE FAMOUS KJELUR ROAD

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • CONS
  • SEEDS 018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 350 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid for on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the campsite and back.

  • Code : SEEDS 018
  • Dispo : 6M
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

SEEDS volunteers will support this project for the thirteenth year in a row. We started cooperation in 2009 and the results have been very positive. The hosts are a group of locals developing the area with alternative tourism services, including running a series of huts in this isolated area in the highlands andoffering services to visitors and hikers.

TRAVAIL

In this camp SEEDS volunteers will work on diverse environmental outdoor tasks, including maintenance and development of walking paths and landscaping around the huts in the area. Volunteers will also help with therevegetation in some areas around, clearing litter on the walking paths, and assisting with general maintenance and preparations within the area before summer.As the landscape is rough, the work can be physically demanding and might require a good physical condition. No previous experience is needed. As it is outdoors work, volunteers shall be ready to adapt and be flexible with the working and free-time schedule, as depending on the -changeable- weather, we may not be able to perform some of the tasks or activities planned.Volunteers need to be prepared for working and walking in a wild landscape in one of the most isolated areas of Iceland. Be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and bring warm winter clothes as the tasks take place outside and it can get very cold in the highlands. Bring warm under-layers, waterproofs, walking shoes/boots, a good sleeping bag, hat scarves and gloves.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Volunteers will be hosted in a local mountain hut, sleeping in shared rooms on mattresses on the floor. Please bring your own sleeping bag. The facilities are very basic and volunteers are expected to show consideration for their companions.Volunteers will receive food ingredients and will be in charge of cooking and cleaning. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food, drinks, music and recipes from your country for the international evening.

SITUATION

The Icelandic highlands, or the interior , are a true pearl to nature lovers and outdoor people. It is accessible by 4WD cars only and most routes involve crossing rivers where there are no bridges. If you really want to get away from it all, the interior of Iceland is like nothing you have ever experienced. The mountainous centre of the island, with its rocky deserts, craggy mountain peaks, ice caps, volcanoes, hidden valleys and hot springs, is an awesome and untouched wilderness. The interior was almost totally inaccessible until recently. However, outlaws managed to hide out for years at atime in the highlands, rustling sheep and keeping away from law-abiding citizens. Folklore stories tell of bothnatural and supernatural beings that lay in wait for unwary highland travellers. Travellers going between the north and south of Iceland sometimes had to cross the highlands. To get to the assembly of Alsingi (parliament)each summer, delegates had to ride from every corner of the country to Singvellir in the Southwest. Volunteers will be staying close to the glacier Hofsjokull, near the rivers Hvita and Sjorsa. The mountains in thearea that reach up to 1500 m were formed during a volcanic eruption in the later part of the ice age. The area is still dynamic and great geothermal activity takes place in the surroundings. The environment is very diverse,both in shape and colour. The mountains are weathered and have very little continuous growth, as the forces of nature, like glaciers, water flow, ice bursts etc. have been fast working in these mountain highlands.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

We recommend to bring good walking shoes/boots, warm/winter and/or waterproof clothes (underlayers, overcoats, scarves, gloves and hats) as most of the tasks and activities take place outside.

08.Jun - 14.Jun 2021
TUDU, Estonie

SURVEILLANCE OF WESTERN CAPERCAILLIE I

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • EST ELF 01
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 50 EUR

Remarque

NB It is possible to combine both shifts of this project.

  • Code : EST ELF 01
  • Dispo : 2M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ProjectEstonian Fund for Nature (ELF) is NGO dedicated to nature conservation. Its mission is to preserve endangered species and their habitats, natural landscapes and natural associations typical of Estonia. ELF organizes yearly nature conservation holidays where volunteers, participants and group managers work together in order to improve the living conditions of a certain species (i.e. natter jack toad, black stork) or maintain semi-natural communities. You can read more on http://elfond.ee/en and see photos of volunteering camps 2019 and 2020: http://www.talgud.ee/galerii/2019 , http://www.talgud.ee/galerii/2020 The aim of this camp is the surveillance of the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) and other Galliformes in Estonian mires and forests in the North-East of Estonia.The western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) is the largest Galliform in Europe. The male and female differ in colorization and size, whereby the hens are around 40 smaller than the cocks. The population of males in Estonia is about 1500 and the numbers are declining due to the loss of habitats. The surveillance and counting of specimens helps to evaluate the status of the species and take further action in its protection.North-East Estonia is a region of contrast. It is the largest industrial (oil shale) region of Estonia, spiked with underground mines and ruined landscapes. However, it is also the home to Alutaguse, the largest forestry region, and the newest National Park of Estonia. North-East Estonia has an interesting combination of industrial mining towns from the Soviet era, small villages along the coast of Lake Peipus, and endless wilderness. NB It is possible to combine both shifts of this project.

TRAVAIL

There are 3 species of Galliformes in Estonian forests: the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), the black grouse (Tetrao tetrix), and the hazel grouse (Tetrastes bonasia). Prior to the work, an ornithologist will give an overview on how to differentiate between these species and how to recognize their feathers, feces and sound. Volunteers will spend workdays either alone or in pairs in individual areas. The task is to walk through the designated area taking notes of all the Galliformes or signs of the species. A smartphone or GPS will help you keep track of your whereabouts. A typical workday lasts for 6 hours. There will be no surveillance on days with heavy rain. The guidelines will be provided by ELF. Note that terrains may be rough, so choose your clothes and footwear accordingly.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Simple accommodation on mattresses or in beds with sleeping bags is provided. Showers and kitchen are available. One evening will be reserved for the traditional Estonian sauna. We will be cooking our own breakfasts and packing our own lunches throughout the camp. The Estonian group leader will compile the menu and buy the groceries. Dinner will be provided at the accommodation site.Volunteers will stay at Oonurme village on 8-14th June and near the Lake Peipus on 14-20th June. Those who stay for the whole period (13 days) will be relocated with ELF s minivan on the 14th of June.

SITUATION

Itineraries-8th June. Around noon: arrival at Tallinn Airport. Public transport from Ulemiste train station to Kivioli (ca 1,5h, 11 euros). Pick-up from Kivioli with ELF s minivan. -9-10th and 12-13th June. Work in Tudu and Sirtsi mires (West- and East-Viru counties)-15-16th and 18-19th June. Work in Feodori mire near the Russian border (East-Viru county)-11, 14, 17th June. Free days to explore the local surroundings.-20th June. Drop-off to Kivioli. Public train to Tallinn (ca 1,5h, 11 euros).Leisure timeBoard games, sauna, swimming, hiking and exploring the local surroundings, etc.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Special requirementsParticipants need to bring suitable clothes for work (warm, waterproof), closed boots, swimming suits, sleeping bags, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent. Participation fee You are kindly asked to contribute 100 Euro towards cost of board, lodging, programme, administration and for nature This fee has to be paid by volunteers either by bank transfer before the beginning of the camp or to the host upon arrival to the camp.NB It is possible to join 2 shifts of this project in which case the participation fee is 150 Euro for both shifts.

08.Jun - 16.Jun 2021
REYKJAVK, Islande

ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARE TRASH HUNTING IN REYKJAVK

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • SEEDS 019
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 250 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first day), the visits available; and one trip combined with the trash collection activity (Hot River or Reykjanes ).

  • Code : SEEDS 019
  • Dispo : 8M / 4F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The Environmentally Aware and Trash Hunting project is part of a series of camps organised by SEEDS in cooperation with different partners. SEEDS works with The Blue Army, an organisation dedicated to the cause of coast cleaning; Sea Shepherd Iceland, an organisation dedicated to defend, conserve and protect the oceans; Whales of Iceland, an exhibition of life size models of whales and porpoises aiming at educating about their lives and human impact on their existence, and SORPA, the organisation in charge of waste collection and management in the Reykjavik area.

TRAVAIL

This camp allows participants to learn about global and local environmental issues, through non-formal activities such as workshops, discussions, presentations and visits, as well as to contribute directly to environment protection by joining outdoor cleanup tasks. These cleanup tasks may be arranged in partnership with the abovementioned organisations or organised solely by SEEDS. We aim to also involve the local community, so some of our events may be open to the public. We hope participants will also learn how to plan and do their own trash hunting projects back home. This project is based on similar activities around the world, where outstanding results have been achieved with volunteers. One of the two options below is also included in this camp as a hands-on volunteering activity day:A day trip combining a guided tour to the Hellisheioi power station, a trash hunt in the Blue Mountains area; and the Hot River Hike, a hike up a valley filled with hot springs where one can bathe. A day trip to the Reykjanes peninsula, combined with a coastal cleanup in the area.Furthermore, participants may be able to visit the recycling centre SORPA, where a tour of the facilities and a lecture regarding waste management in Reykjavik will be provided. The mentioned activities are dependent on conditions such as weather, pandemic-related restrictions, as well as availability of our partner organisations.This camp combines learning, sharing, hands-on work and fun. No previous experience is needed. Volunteers should prepare to share environmental issues from their countries and be ready to spend time outdoors, walk medium distances during the cleanups, as during other activities and sightseeing. As part of the project happens outdoors, volunteers should be ready to adapt and be flexible with the work and free-time schedule, as depending on the changeable weather, we may not be able to perform some of the activities planned.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in a house in Reykjavik. The facilities are basic with a kitchen, showers, and a washing machine. Everyone is expected to show consideration for their companions. Participants will sleep in shared rooms or dormitories. Please bring your own sleeping bag.Volunteers will receive food supplies and will be in charge of cooking and cleaning. Please note the food SEEDS provides will be vegetarian. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food, drinks, recipes, music, games or movies from your country for the international evening. Please be aware some items or ingredients may be expensive in Iceland and you will need to buy them yourselves or bring them from your country.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with nature, using renewable energy sources. The world s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavik is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic. It is an international city with a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene surrounded by beautiful nature.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee EUR 250 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first day), the visits available; and one trip combined with the trash collection activity (Hot River or Reykjanes).Other excursions (e.g. Golden Circle, the South Shore, Reykjanes and/or Snaefellsnes) can be arranged at discount fares if there is additional free time after the camp workshops/sessions. The camp happens around the summer solstice, when the sun hardly sets and the nights are almost as bright as the days. Weather may however be cold or rainy, so we recommend bringing warm and/or waterproof clothes.English will be the language in the camp; basic conversational skills are needed.

08.Jun - 16.Jun 2021
REYKJAVK, Islande

MIDNIGHT SUN PHOTOGRAPHY IN REYKJAVK

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SEEDS 020
Age minimum : 16
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 500 (Euros), which needs to be transferred to SEEDS the latest one month before the camp starts to confirm the placement of the participant/s. The fee includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first), with the Golden Circle and South Shore excursions (1 full day trip each). We will visit spectacular waterfalls, geysers, a glacier, impressive coastline, a volcano crater, the Thingvellir National Park and much more.

  • Code : SEEDS 020
  • Dispo : 4M / 4F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 16 - 20

PARTENAIRE

This is the fourteenth year (since 2008) that SEEDS organises a series of International Photo marathons, while we started organising camps open for teenagers in the year 2010. This camp is open to participants aged 16 to 20 years.

TRAVAIL

Throughout the year participants from all over the world come to Iceland for an immersive photography-related learning camp. SEEDS coordinators help the participants to develop their unique photographic skills through workshops and feedback sessions on technical settings, compositional considerations as well as developing conceptual frameworks which progress the participants individual style. Participants will have time to put the theory about photography into practice, walking around and exploring the city. At the end of the camp, the best photographs from each participant are selected for an online exhibition on SEEDS social media. Participants should bring their own digital cameras, lenses, tripods and laptops if possible.While learning about photography the participants explore Icelandic culture by taking part in it, capturing it and also by displaying their work during the camps. One of our objectives is to deliver environmental as well as cultural messages and draw the attention through pictures made in the camp.Participants should be ready to spend time outdoors walking medium distances during activities and working within a flexible time schedule. Participants will be photographing in their free time outside of workshop hours with images to be discussed at group feedback sessions. Note this project is a learning/sharing camp and not a regular workcamp; it has a smaller work part and puts more emphasis on the personal learning process than on the community impact. We may be able to organise some outdoor voluntary work, but it depends on our partners and the weather. The camp happens around the summer solstice, when the sun hardly sets and the nights are almost as bright as the days. The nights are magical and staying awake enjoying the surroundings is a unique experience.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in a house in Reykjavik. The facilities are basic with a kitchen, showers, and a washing machine. Everyone is expected to show consideration for their companions. Participants will sleep in shared rooms. They need to bring their own sleeping bags. Participants from other camps may also stay in the house. Participants will receive food supplies and be in charge of the cooking and cleaning activities. Participants should bring food, music, games or films and such from their own culture to share at the international evening.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with nature, using renewable energy sources. The world s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavik is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic. It is an international city with a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene surrounded by beautiful nature.During their stay SEEDS organises a programme that combines learning, sharing, getting to know Iceland and its culture, and having fun while exploring the city and some of the most stunning natural attractions in the Golden Circle and South Shore excursions.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee EUR 500 (Euros), which needs to be transferred to SEEDS the latest one month before the camp starts to confirm the placement of the participant/s. The fee includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first), with the Golden Circle and South Shore excursions (1 full day trip each). We will visit spectacular waterfalls, geysers, a glacier, impressive coastline, a volcano crater, the Thingvellir National Park and much more.Additional excursions (eg. Hot River Hike, Snaefellsnes or Reykjanes Peninsula) can be arranged at discount fares in case there is additional free time after the workshops and sessions of the camp.Weather may be cold or rainy, so we recommend bringing warm and/or waterproof clothes.

12.Jun - 26.Jun 2021
HAMBURG-HLTIGBAUM, Allemagne

CONSERVATION WORK WITH SHEEP AND CATTLE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • ijgd 01221
Age minimum : 16
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Every morning you drive 45 minutes by public transport (tickets are provided) to the nature reserve.

  • Code : ijgd 01221
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG
  • Age : 16 - 26

TRAVAIL

Conservation work with sheep and cattle in great surroundings and sightseeing in the big city Both of these can be experienced during this camp on the outskirts of the metropolis of Hamburg.You will be working in the Hltigbaum nature reserve, a former training ground. A varied mosaic of different habitats has developed on the nature reserve since the last Ice Age. As a result, different successional stages of open soils, grass or mule corridors, and even some shrubs, can be found here, along with many rare and endangered animal and plant species. Where there used to be tanks, there is now vast, savannah-like grassland. Today there are sheep herds, goats and Galloway cattle in the area grazing all year round. Through this grazing, the areas are kept open, bushes are prevented from overgrowing and the biodiversity is preserved. You will support the animal lawnmowers at work and remove foreign plants such as bracken, lupins, Jacob s ragwort or small birch trees in order to prepare the ground for the underlying and displaced heather. Through this action you will be making an important contribution to nature conservation work, since using heavy equipment for the same tasks would destroy the heath. The work will take place on the pastures in the nature reserve. If you are lucky, you will see the cattle and sheep at work too.In addition to the practical work, you will learn a lot from the Haus der Wilden Weiden employees: about nature and environmental protection in general, and the nature conservation concept of a semi-open pasture landscape in particular. You will also learn a lot about the local flora and fauna, about year-round grazing as well as cattle and sheep farming in the field of landscape maintenance.More information (unfortunately only in German) about the Hltigbaum nature reserve and the Haus der Wilden Weiden can be found here: www.hltigbaum.de

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

You sleep in a hostel in 2- or 4-bed rooms. A self-catering kitchen is available for all guests. The group will prepare and cook meals together there.

SITUATION

In your free time you can take a trip to the second largest city in Germany, where a variety of leisure activities await you. Your working location is in the Rahlstedt district and your accommodation is in the Volksdorf district. From there you can be in downtown Hamburg within 30 minutes (subway – tickets are provided).www.hamburg.de (German) / www.hamburg.com (English)Its also worth taking trips to the beaches at the North Sea and the Baltic Sea at the weekend.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

You will need to be prepared to walk long distances on foot, since every morning you will be waking around 2km (30min) in the conservation area to the place of work (and back again in the evenings); a good level of physical fitness is required for the physically demanding work.

12.Jun - 13.Jun 2021
PARIS, France

FORMATION ANIMATEURS PARIS 1

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SAN01/2021
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 15 EUR
  • Code : SAN01/2021
  • Dispo : 10M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : FRA / FRA
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

Jeunesse et Reconstruction organise une session de preparation pour les futurs animateurs et animatrices de chantiers de benevoles en France. Cette formation est precedee de deux sessions en Visio conference les 10 Avril et 2 Mai le matin durant 3 heures.

TRAVAIL

Pendant 2 jours, nous aborderons les differents themes de ces journees – presentation de l association et de ses projets, mise en place des chantiers et preparation – Accueil et gestion d un groupe multiculturel (mise en situation, jeux, management, valorisation des individus, travail d equipe, tolerance, respect…) – Resolution pacifique des conflits et dialogue interculturel – Accompagnement du travail: pedagogie du chantier – gestion du budget et de l intendance – gestes eco-citoyens – Montage de micro-projets locaux. Certaines seances seront theoriques, mais l idee est de faire de cette formation un outil d apprentissage vivant: jeux de groupe, jeux de role, etc.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Hebergement et nourriture fournis.

SITUATION

Au siege de l association, 10 rue de Trevise 75009 PARIS.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Pour encadrer un chantier, vous devez prealablement a la formation, envoyer votre dossier de candidature (via la page de note site (https://volontariat.org/nos-formations/encadrement-de-chantiers-internationaux/). Vous devez seulement vous acquitter de l adhesion a l association soit 15 euros (NB : la reduction internet ou ancien adherent ne s applique pas a la cotisation). Si vous vous engagez a animer un chantier (ou plusieurs) pendant l ete 2020, vos frais de transport sont rembourses a hauteur maximum de 200 euros, sur la base du tarif le moins cher. Formation prise en charge par l association.

13.Jun - 03.Jul 2021
CL. .RIEUX, France

CLERIEUX

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • CONS
  • JR21/202
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
  • Code : JR21/202
  • Dispo : 3M / 4F
  • Langue du Projet : FRA / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

Fort des chantiers internationaux realises il y une dizaine d annees, la commune de Clerieux souhaite renouveler cette experience et poursuivre l embellissement de son cadre de vie. Cette annee le chantier portera sur l amenagement d une partie du parc communal, voulu comme un veritable lieu de vie par la municipalite.

TRAVAIL

Ville de 2000 habitants, la commune rurale de Clerieux detient une population jeune importante. La municipalite a donc souhaite mettre a disposition de ses habitants un espace de verdure alliant espace de jeu pour les enfants, parcours de sante ou encore skate-park. Les travaux de cet ete permettront d achever l amenagement de ce parc, au programme : construction d hotel a insectes, d eco-ruches, de table de pique-nique et floraison de la parcelle. Vous realiserez egalement un cheminement en pas japonais afin de faciliter l acces aux personnes a mobilite reduite et aux familles (poussettes). Enfin, vous realiserez des travaux de confortement sur les parties abimees du skate-park. Pour realiser ces travaux vous serez encadres par les agents du service technique qui seront heureux de partager avec vous leur savoir-faire. Heberges a 10 minutes a pied, vous vous rendrez sur le chantier a pied et travaillerez 4h a 5h par jour.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Vous serez loges au sein de la maison d accueil du jumelage. Vous disposerez des commodites necessaires a la vie de groupe (WC, douche et cuisine). Situe a 800m du centre-ville, vous aurez acces aux commerces locaux (boulangerie, boucherie, epicerie d appoint).

SITUATION

Vous pourrez vous promener dans les charmantes ruelles de la ville et aller a la rencontre des Clerieuxois, qui seront heureux de vous faire decouvrir leur territoire et leur terroir. Vous pourrez egalement profiter des installations de la commune : boulodrome, skate-park, terrain de foot. Enfin, les associations locales se mobiliseront pour vous organiser des activites liees a la decouverte du terroir et du territoire : randonnee, visite du jardin zen d Erik Borja, villages alentours, organisation de pique-nique. Vous pourrez egalement prendre part a la vie locale (marche, brocantes…)

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Ce chantier d amenagement du cadre de vie, vous permettra d acquerir des competences techniques propres a la construction de mobilier realise selon le procede d ecoconstruction. La realisation du cheminement en pas japonais vous initiera aux techniques paysageres : organisation des pierres, drainage et pose, rendu esthetique. Puis, les travaux de confortement realises au skate-park vous permettront d experimenter la maconnerie. Travaillant en equipe, tant aupres des benevoles encadrant que des autres volontaires, vous developperez votre autonomie et votre ecoute, vos capacites d adaptation et de polyvalence, de rigueur et de tenacite. Autant de competences que vous renforcerez lors de la vie de groupe.

14.Jun - 20.Jun 2021
VASKNARVA, Estonie

SURVEILLANCE OF WESTERN CAPERCAILLIE II

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • EST ELF 02
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 50 EUR

Remarque

NB It is possible to combine both shifts of this project.

  • Code : EST ELF 02
  • Dispo : 2M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ProjectEstonian Fund for Nature (ELF) is NGO dedicated to nature conservation. Its mission is to preserve endangered species and their habitats, natural landscapes and natural associations typical of Estonia. ELF organizes yearly nature conservation holidays where volunteers, participants and group managers work together in order to improve the living conditions of a certain species (i.e. natter jack toad, black stork) or maintain semi-natural communities. You can read more on http://elfond.ee/en and see photos of volunteering camps 2019 and 2020: http://www.talgud.ee/galerii/2019 , http://www.talgud.ee/galerii/2020 The aim of this camp is the surveillance of the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) and other Galliformes in Estonian mires and forests in the North-East of Estonia.The western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) is the largest Galliform in Europe. The male and female differ in colorization and size, whereby the hens are around 40 smaller than the cocks. The population of males in Estonia is about 1500 and the numbers are declining due to the loss of habitats. The surveillance and counting of specimens helps to evaluate the status of the species and take further action in its protection.North-East Estonia is a region of contrast. It is the largest industrial (oil shale) region of Estonia, spiked with underground mines and ruined landscapes. However, it is also the home to Alutaguse, the largest forestry region, and the newest National Park of Estonia. North-East Estonia has an interesting combination of industrial mining towns from the Soviet era, small villages along the coast of Lake Peipus, and endless wilderness. NB It is possible to combine both shifts of this project.

TRAVAIL

There are 3 species of Galliformes in Estonian forests: the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), the black grouse (Tetrao tetrix), and the hazel grouse (Tetrastes bonasia). Prior to the work, an ornithologist will give an overview on how to differentiate between these species and how to recognize their feathers, feces and sound. Volunteers will spend workdays either alone or in pairs in individual areas. The task is to walk through the designated area taking notes of all the Galliformes or signs of the species. A smartphone or GPS will help you keep track of your whereabouts. A typical workday lasts for 6 hours. There will be no surveillance on days with heavy rain. The guidelines will be provided by ELF. Note that terrains may be rough, so choose your clothes and footwear accordingly.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

Simple accommodation on mattresses or in beds with sleeping bags is provided. Showers and kitchen are available. One evening will be reserved for the traditional Estonian sauna. We will be cooking our own breakfasts and packing our own lunches throughout the camp. The Estonian group leader will compile the menu and buy the groceries. Dinner will be provided at the accommodation site.Volunteers will stay at Oonurme village on 8-14th June and near the Lake Peipus on 14-20th June. Those who stay for the whole period (13 days) will be relocated with ELF s minivan on the 14th of June.

SITUATION

Itineraries-8th June. Around noon: arrival at Tallinn Airport. Public transport from Ulemiste train station to Kivioli (ca 1,5h, 11 euros). Pick-up from Kivioli with ELF s minivan. -9-10th and 12-13th June. Work in Tudu and Sirtsi mires (West- and East-Viru counties)-15-16th and 18-19th June. Work in Feodori mire near the Russian border (East-Viru county)-11, 14, 17th June. Free days to explore the local surroundings.-20th June. Drop-off to Kivioli. Public train to Tallinn (ca 1,5h, 11 euros).Leisure timeBoard games, sauna, swimming, hiking and exploring the local surroundings, etc.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Special requirementsParticipants need to bring suitable clothes for work (warm, waterproof), closed boots, swimming suits, sleeping bags, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent. Participation fee You are kindly asked to contribute 100 Euro towards cost of board, lodging, programme, administration and for nature This fee has to be paid by volunteers either by bank transfer before the beginning of the camp or to the host upon arrival to the camp.NB It is possible to join 2 shifts of this project in which case the participation fee is 150 Euro for both shifts.

18.Jun - 29.Jun 2021
Islande

BETWEEN GLACIERS LAVA

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • CONS
  • CULT
  • SEEDS 025
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 300 (Euros). Please note that the fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid for on arrival. The participation fee does not include the transportation from Reykjavik to the camp and back, which will cost EUR 30 one way or EUR 60 both ways.

  • Code : SEEDS 025
  • Dispo : 7M / 1F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

SEEDS volunteers will again have the opportunity to contribute to this special art and culture project in the west of Iceland. Since 2000, our hosts have been creating and developing an art residency camp, outdoors and indoors art exhibitions and a chapel for all types of religions which are open to the public. The residency grew around an old abandoned farm which has been in the process of transformation for the last 20 years. The residency supports various art and culture activities, especially for young artists, as well as scientific research. Since the start of the project there have been thousands of visitors and plans exist to expand the residency with several more houses that will be built using stone, turf and driftwood from the region. The art residency is home to the artworks of Pall Guomundsson, a famous local artist known for his use of stone as an art medium. Pall s art comes in forms of stone statues, paintings on stone surfaces and even a musical instrument made of stone. His inspiration comes from Icelandic nature and traditional culture.

TRAVAIL

SEEDS volunteers will help with various tasks, such as maintenance work in the artwork garden; some of the group may help with painting the artist s workshop and some work in and around the chapel. Depending on the projects needs we may also help in maintaining a walking path from the sculpture garden towards a small canyon where some outdoor artwork can be found and help with setting up and moving the artwork, taking down old fences, hand-picking trash and generally beautifying the surroundings.The working day normally runs from 9:00 am to 17:00 (5:00 pm), with breaks for lunch and coffee. No previous experience is necessary but the work is demanding and requires a good physical condition; it can at times be repetitive but always rewarding. As it is outdoors work, volunteers shall be ready to adapt and be flexible with the working and free-time schedule, as, depending on the weather, we may not be able to perform some of the tasks or activities planned. The working plan will depend on the needs of our local host, the progress of the diverse projects in the area and of course on the weather conditions.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

SEEDS volunteers will stay in a local house; sleeping in shared rooms on mattresses in a sleeping bag accommodation. Please bring your own sleeping bag. Volunteers will receive food ingredients and will be in charge of cooking and cleaning. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food, drinks, music and recipes from your country for the intercultural evening.

SITUATION

The project takes place in the western part of Iceland, in a unique natural environment with breathtaking landscape, between glaciers and lava fields. The place is like an oasis in the desert, as the weather there is often better than in the surroundings. Among the natural wonders nearby are the Hraunfossar waterfalls, where water pours out of a lava field over a length of 1 km. Additionally, the Hallmundarhraun lava field is among the deepest and best known in Iceland. Langjokull (Long Glacier), the second largest glacier in Iceland, expands over 950 km and its highest point is 1355 m above sea level. In addition to natural wonders this area is also famous for being one of the first settled locations in Iceland and featured in some of the oldest Icelandic sagas.This work camp takes place in a remote region, in a natural area of extreme beauty. Our hosts will organise some free-time activities, for instance hikes or visits to the beautiful surroundings. Other excursions (e.g. Golden Circle or Snaefellsnes Peninsula) can be organised at discount fares for SEEDS volunteers.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

English will be the language in the camp; basic conversational skills are needed.Volunteers need to be motivated to work outdoors on physical jobs and in changeable weather. Bring warm winter clothes, under layers, waterproofs, walking shoes/boots, a good sleeping bag, hat, scarves and gloves.

21.Jun - 18.Jul 2021
ROUGE, Estonie

ALT-LAURI ORGANIC FARM I

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • AGRI
  • EST 13
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR
Frais supp : 50 EUR
  • Code : EST 13
  • Dispo : 1M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

For years EstYES has been cooperating with farms all over Estonia for solidarity, respect and practical support to local people who work in agricultural sector keeping traditional life style and developing new eco-farming despite of all difficulties they face. Alt-Lauri Farm is one of such projects. This is an organic farm promoting sustainable lifestyle, and this camp is proposed for volunteers who appreciate and share its values, want to learn more about it and to help hard working people. Alt-Lauri Farm located in the Voru County in the South of Estonia. The farm is one of the few organic farms in this area. The two major crops grown are buckwheat and different cabbages; others include different salads, strawberries, kale, lettuce, kohlrabi and turnip.

TRAVAIL

The main task for volunteers will be to weed and harvest (by hand) vegetables and lettuce and picking berries. In addition to harvesting task, volunteers will clean the vegetables and make them ready for consumers in different organic shops around the country. Volunteers have to be motivated to work outdoors doing sometimes quite physical work under changing weather conditions. Volunteers will work 3-5 working days and then have 1-1,5 days for rest/ sightseeing since the camp takes place on the peak of the harvesting season. Working day is 6-8 hours.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

In the farmhouse in the room and/or in the attic under the roof sleeping on beds or mattresses. Dry organic toilet, shower, sauna is available. Please bring your sleeping bag and pillow. Volunteers will share the duties of cooking meals and cleaning. During this work camp volunteers will be eating mainly local, organic food from the farm. Do not forget to bring some traditional/ typical food from your home country for the international evening.

SITUATION

LocationThe charm of Haanja Uplands in South Estonia lies in its lovely hilly landscape, winding roads and numerous lakes. Most of its ancient villages, special dialect, handicraft, and customs have been preserved until today. The whole area, called Vorumaa, is an area of outstanding beauty. It is famous for its diverse and very well-preserved nature. Untouched forests with wildlife, deep valleys, hills, 170 small lakes with extremely clean water, winding rivers with caves in the steep banks- you can find everything here Farm is situated 16km south of Voru, capital of the County, which has a population of 14 000 people and lies about 250km south-east of Tallinn, close to the Latvian and Russian borders. More info about Estonia www.visitestonia.com, South-Estonia www.werro.com , www.southestonia.info TerminalAirport, harbour, bus or train station in Tallinn; regular bus to Voru. Leisure timeThe camp takes place in the area of outstanding beauty. There are many possibilities for leisure time, especially for those who love nature: acquaintance with nature of the area, hiking, swimming, etc. There will be a possibility to participate in farmers fairs. Excursions to the historical places of the County of Voru are planned as well. Some free time activities will be organized for participants such as a day trip and excursions in the area. Participants of this the camp will have a privilege to take part in Mid-summer festivities at the night 23-24.06. This is the largest and most spectacular celebration in Estonia with barbeque, beer, socializing, bonfires, music and vivid parties everywhere.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Special requirementsThe camp is open for young people who is interested in organic farming and is ready to get real experience of it. Please be prepared to simple conditions of Estonian country side. Volunteers have to be motivated to work outdoors doing sometimes quite physical work under changing weather conditions. English is the camp language. NB Smoking and drinking alcohol are not welcomed in this campParticipation feeWe ask participants to contribute 50 Euro towards the costs of general administration. This fee has to be paid by bank transfer before the beginning of the camp. If you cannot make it please contact your sending organization for solution.

22.Jun - 30.Jun 2021
REYKJAVK, Islande

ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARE TRASH HUNTING IN REYKJAVK

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • SEEDS 027
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150 EUR

Remarque

Participation fee EUR 250 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first day), the visits available; and one trip combined with the trash collection activity (Hot River or Reykjanes ).

  • Code : SEEDS 027
  • Dispo : 10M / 2F
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

The Environmentally Aware and Trash Hunting project is part of a series of camps organised by SEEDS in cooperation with different partners. SEEDS works with The Blue Army, an organisation dedicated to the cause of coast cleaning; Sea Shepherd Iceland, an organisation dedicated to defend, conserve and protect the oceans; Whales of Iceland, an exhibition of life size models of whales and porpoises aiming at educating about their lives and human impact on their existence, and SORPA, the organisation in charge of waste collection and management in the Reykjavik area.

TRAVAIL

This camp allows participants to learn about global and local environmental issues, through non-formal activities such as workshops, discussions, presentations and visits, as well as to contribute directly to environment protection by joining outdoor cleanup tasks. These cleanup tasks may be arranged in partnership with the abovementioned organisations or organised solely by SEEDS. We aim to also involve the local community, so some of our events may be open to the public. We hope participants will also learn how to plan and do their own trash hunting projects back home. This project is based on similar activities around the world, where outstanding results have been achieved with volunteers. One of the two options below is also included in this camp as a hands-on volunteering activity day:A day trip combining a guided tour to the Hellisheioi power station, a trash hunt in the Blue Mountains area; and the Hot River Hike, a hike up a valley filled with hot springs where one can bathe. A day trip to the Reykjanes peninsula, combined with a coastal cleanup in the area.Furthermore, participants may be able to visit the recycling centre SORPA, where a tour of the facilities and a lecture regarding waste management in Reykjavik will be provided. The mentioned activities are dependent on conditions such as weather, pandemic-related restrictions, as well as availability of our partner organisations.This camp combines learning, sharing, hands-on work and fun. No previous experience is needed. Volunteers should prepare to share environmental issues from their countries and be ready to spend time outdoors, walk medium distances during the cleanups, as during other activities and sightseeing. As part of the project happens outdoors, volunteers should be ready to adapt and be flexible with the work and free-time schedule, as depending on the changeable weather, we may not be able to perform some of the activities planned.

LOGEMENT & NOURRITURE

SEEDS participants will stay in a house in Reykjavik. The facilities are basic with a kitchen, showers, and a washing machine. Everyone is expected to show consideration for their companions. Participants will sleep in shared rooms or dormitories. Please bring your own sleeping bag.Volunteers will receive food supplies and will be in charge of cooking and cleaning. Please note the food SEEDS provides will be vegetarian. Do not forget to bring some traditional/typical food, drinks, recipes, music, games or movies from your country for the international evening. Please be aware some items or ingredients may be expensive in Iceland and you will need to buy them yourselves or bring them from your country.

SITUATION

Reykjavik is a dynamic, modern city which lives in harmony with nature, using renewable energy sources. The world s northernmost capital bridges the Atlantic, between Europe and North America. Reykjavik is spread across a peninsula with a panoramic view of the mountains and the Atlantic. It is an international city with a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene surrounded by beautiful nature.

BESOIN SPÉCIAL

Participation fee EUR 250 (Euros). The fee can either be transferred in advance via bank transfer, or paid in cash on arrival. It includes transportation from the meeting point to the camp (on the first day), the visits available; and one trip combined with the trash collection activity (Hot River or Reykjanes).Other excursions (e.g. Golden Circle, the South Shore, Reykjanes and/or Snaefellsnes) can be arranged at discount fares if there is additional free time after the camp workshops/sessions. The camp happens around the summer solstice, when the sun hardly sets and the nights are almost as bright as the days. Weather may however be cold or rainy, so we recommend bringing warm and/or waterproof clothes.English will be the language in the camp; basic conversational skills are needed.

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