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Data de início: 08-01-2018

Data de fim: 01-08-2018

Vagas: 1

Duração: 7 mes(es)

Data limite de candidatura: 01-12-2017

Financiamento: Candidatura

Subsídio mensal (Dinheiro de bolso): 105 €

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Resumo: The organization is the umbrella organisation of youth organisations in Luxembourg, working with youth aged from 12-35 years. The organization has 27 member organisations, which are active in a great variety of different areas in the youth sector. The organization is an organisation of, for and by young people and gives youngsters the opportunity to voice their opinions and to raise common concerns.

The organizationis a privileged discussion partner towards the government and other official actors in decision-making and can as such do active lobbying for the opinions and interests of the luxembourgish youth.

We think that it is very important that young people keep voicing their perspectives and we want to make sure that they are heard and understood. One of the main objectives of the The organization is to increase participation of youth in society and in democratic life. To sustain this, the organization offers different thematic activities. In our eyes all participation is based on accurate information. This is why we try to give young people the opportunity to discuss specific subjects with experts and politicians.

Aware of the importance of intercultural exchange, which gives the opportunity to learn from other cultures and countries and to discover new perspectives, the organization puts, besides its work on national level, a lot of weight on the work with and for young people on European and international level. In the past years we’ve developed a variety of projects within different european programs and we see them as an important tool for our work.

In 2006 we first decided to start hosting two volunteers during the "All different - All equal" campaign, launched by the Council of Europe and coordinated in close partnership of the National Youth Service (SNJ) and the organization. This experience has helped us to improve and adapt the concept of our EVS-activities. Since that experience we have been hosting a volunteer every year.

We strongly believe that hosting volunteers from other countries contributes to the learning process of our organisation and to the development of new ideas and perspectives. The experiences we've had so far, not only affected the professional life of the staff of the organization, but have also touched it on a personal level.

Being the umbrella organisation of the Luxembourgish youth organisations, we would also like to act as a role model for our members by sharing our positive EVS-experience with them. We hope it gives them the taste and the necessary reassurance, to think about hosting an EVS as an interesting opportunity for their own organisation.
The organization is a non-governmental organisation, lead by an executive board and run by a fulltime staff of 6 employees: a director/coordinator, a secretary, an administrative person and three project officers. The director and one of the project officers in charge of the project “Structured Dialogue” will be in charge of closely framing the volunteer throughout the activity.

Perfil:  present good language skills, French and/or German obligatory (in Luxembourg most of the work will be done in one of these two languages)
 working in a multicultural environment
 working with and for young people
 working in a team, good communication skills
 good computer skills (MS Word, Excel). Knowledge of internet applications, social media and image editing will be considered as an advantage
 present the ability to do a content research and write short articles
 good interpersonal skills
Age: 18-30

Tarefas: The volunteer will be an active part of the team. His or her tasks will include:
- Involvement in activities like Structured Dialogue, Youth Parliament, City Rallye, …
- Presence at meetings, meeting reports
- Participation in the detailed planning of events
- Organisation, logistical support and implementation of workshops
- Promotion and presentation of the event and of the work of the participants in Youth Centers etc.;
- In some cases: managing the online tools to promote the projects
- Managing the inscriptions of the participants of the different events
- Regular contacts with the project partners, experts and moderators
- Public relations
- Preparation of the events;
- Presence on the days of the events themselves (presence, reception, frame experts and youngsters…);
- Project documentation (photos, interviews, film…);
- Contribution to the CGJL and the Youth Parliament website: the volunteer’s own EVS column; articles for newsletters; research documents etc.
- Active involvement in the follow up of the results and the lobbying process
As described above a lot of tasks are organizational ones, on which the volunteer will be, in a second phase, working on mostly independently in the office . Most of the work is done in French and/or German, so that it is important for the volunteer to be a good/fluent user in at least one of these two languages. The volunteer will receive his/her tasks from the coordinator and the project officer in charge, who will be framing the young person throughout the putting into practise of his/her mission. Another project officer and a secretary are present to give the youngster additional support..

Condições: The volunteer will work five days a week, Monday through Friday with a two-day weekend. The working time per day will be 6 hours. The volunteer might occasionally have to work on weekends, due to the activities of the Youth Parliament. The working hours also include the duration of one language course. The volunteer will benefit from 2 days of leave per month of service. This does not include the official holidays in Luxembourg. Overtime work will be added to the leave. The volunteer can take days off with approval from his director.

The volunteer will get food and pocket money, paid on his/her own Luxembourgish bank account at the beginning of every month, which he/she will have to manage independently. As soon as language courses are available, the volunteer will be able to choose one language: German, French or Luxembourgish and he/she will be participating in one of the selected courses.

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