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Roménia

7026

Data de início: 01-11-2017

Data de fim: 31-07-2018

Vagas: 1

Duração: 9 mes(es)

Data limite de candidatura: 01-09-2017

Financiamento: Aprovado

Subsídio mensal (Dinheiro de bolso): 60 €

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Resumo: The host organization is NGO activating in Romania. The organisation was borne out of the desire of its members to have a more structured framework trough which to be able to implement activities that would lead to community development and promotion of social economy.

Perfil:  Aged between 18 to 30 years
 active, open-minded, creative, innovative, responsible andmotivated volunteers
 The volunteers need to be a pro-active and social persosn whoenjoys working with youth and to want to dedicate themselves to a 9month long personal and professional development process.
 The volunteers of this project should, above all else, show willingness to learn and see their EVS experience as a learning process.
 Basic level of English (being able to make herself/himself understood by the others – able to communicate).

Tarefas: The project is to be structured in 3 main phases or activities:
1. Preparation, Adaptation and Training Phase (PAT) - will take place in the first month of the EVS stage, in September and will consist of 3 phases:
- A 7 days training that starts from the day all the volunteers get into the country. For this week we will all live together in a training house and the program will focus and getting to know each other, team building, fun activities and getting used to the project activities to be done, technical details and rules, risk management, understanding the themes of the project and how to use non-formal learning tools.
- After the training all the volunteers will go to Craiova for a period of 2 weeks and will get to know the community with the help of their local mentor. In this weeks, assisted by the mentor and the project staff, they will get to know the city, know the youngsters they will be working with, the institutions that will help them and their staff and generally get an idea of how the working environment is and what are the challenges and opportunities. During this phase they will undergo
- The last part of the PAT will be another week training in the training house where we plan the rest of the project and set up the activity calendar in detail and expand on the understanding of the concepts of the project(youth leadership, local action groups, civic engagement, ) and methods to be used(non-formal education, animation etc.). After they better understood their working environment the volunteers will get to adapt the theoretical concepts to the realities and plan accordingly.

2. The "Awareness Building Campaigns" phase of the project starts in the second month of the project. Each month of the project will be dedicated to a theme:
1. October -Cultural diversity and inter-cultural dialogue
2. November -Discrimination
3. December -Social Inclussion/excussion
4. January -Xenophobia
5. February -Hate speech
6. March -Human Rights
6. April -Tolerance
7. May -Youth radicalization and Dissemination of results

3. In the final month of the project we will host institutional evaluation meetings in which we evaluate together with the beneficiaries the project achievements and impact, we will set up the structure of the inter-school networks for reiteration of the Awareness Building Campaign non-formal activities programme; we`ll have a final evaluation of the project with the volunteers and a End of the project conference to present the results of the project to other
ngo`s, schools and relevant local public authorities.

Documentação: CV + Motivation Letter

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