1 edition of European voluntary service for young people found in the catalog.
European voluntary service for young people
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
|Statement||Education, Training, Youth, European Commission.|
|Contributions||European Commission. Directorate-General XXII, Education, Training, and Youth.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2000/01355 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||99509727|
All participants in the European Voluntary Service are covered by a group insurance policy. This is provided by Cigna insurance and administered by the European Benefits Administrators. The policy is designed to cover you during the period of your voluntary service and is provided to you free of charge. Young people who do European Voluntary Service live in another country for a period and work there, individually or in groups, in a non-profit-making project of benefit to the public. In this way, they gain valuable experience abroad and can further their personal development on many levels. The receiving organisations are given active support.
action programme in , enabling young people to participate as volunteers in social, cultural and environmental activities of benefit to the local community In general terms, the YOUTH FOR EUROPE programme and the European Voluntary Service scheme stimulated the development of European, national and local projects involving young people, in particular those facing special difficulties. European Voluntary Service (EVS) gives young people ( years) the opportunity to volunteer in another country, either within or outside the EU. The EVS programme is funded by the European Union as part of their official Youth Programme, it aims to develop solidarity, mutual understanding and tolerance among young people and to promote.
The objective of the European Voluntary Service is to provide a nonformal education to young people between 18 and 25 years. Caracteristic of this Program are the conditions the European Union offers. Are covered: the expenses of the trip. - the expenses of lodging and meals during the whole project (three weeks up to 1 year). The European Youth Portal also informs about volunteering and the European Voluntary Service in particular and other opportunities for young people across Europe. Brexit content disclaimer The Commission is in the process of updating some of the content on this website in the light of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
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European Voluntary Service enables young people aged 18 to 30 years to live up to 12 months in another country working in a non-profit organization. Get this from a library. European voluntary service for young people. [European Commission.
Directorate-General XXII, Education, Training, and Youth.;]. Get this from a library. Young citizens of Europe: European voluntary service for young people. [European Commission. Directorate-General XXII, Education, Training, and Youth.;]. The European Voluntary Service is the best known programme helping young people to volunteer abroad.
Young people volunteering. A survey from found that around a quarter (24%) of young adults in the EU had been involved in an organised voluntary activity in the last 12 months. At the individual country level, the highest proportions of. Erasmus+ is open to all young people, not just those involved in education or training.
With Erasmus+, participate in a youth exchange abroad. Opportunities Youth exchanges. Youth exchanges allow groups of young people from different countries to meet and live together for up to 21 days.
The European Voluntary Service is a non-formal intercultural learning experience for individual young people, aged between 18 to participate in a project that lasts between six months and.
European Voluntary Service for young people 1 Europe, Agence Internationale d'Information pour la Presse, NoThursday, 5 Decemberp. - 7 - PE CHAPTER ONE EUROPEAN VOLUNTARY SERVICE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: OBJECTIVES AND JUSTIFICATION Removal of the obstacles to the free movement of people is one of the primary objectives of the.
The Hollenfels Center, managed by the National Youth Service, is a youth center specializing in education for sustainable development.
The Hollenfels Center is: a space dedicated to young people: It is reserved for activities for young people, activities organized by young people and training for work with children and young people. Please note that The European Voluntary Service as a brand is discontinued and it is removed from the Erasmus+ programme.
As of the end ofthe European Solidarity Corps is the main EU programme providing volunteering opportunities for young people. The Corps builds on European Voluntary Service’s success and quality developments.
European Voluntary Service (EVS) is the European Commission's project that allows a young person (17–30 years) to become a volunteer in another country for a specified period, normally between 2–12 months.
The service activities can be, for example, in the field of environment, arts and culture, activities with children, young people or the elderly, heritage or sports and leisure activities.
The YiA programme promotes active European citizenship, youth participation, cultural diversity and the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities. The Youth in Action programme offers various opportunities for young people to set up projects with an international dimension: e.g.
group exchanges, voluntary service, democracy projects. 26 young people from 12 different countries are currently completing a European Voluntary Service in Switzerland and working in organisations, associations and institutions in the social, cultural or environmental spheres.
From 17thth March, 19 of the volunteers took part in an introduction and evaluation seminar organised by Movetia. European Voluntary Service for Young People", which laid the foundations for testing the arrangements for decentralised implementation of long-term voluntary service activities in anticipation of the multi-annual programme envisaged, in order to give a clear Community added value to existing or planned actions in the.
Welcome to the European Youth Portal. You are young and want to know how Europe and your country support you, just see the different opportunities available for you on the portal. Check the European Solidarity Corps – it could be the adventure you have been looking for.
The EYP is a non-partisan and independent programme. The EYP is a network consisting of 40 European associations and organisations, in which thousands of young people are active in a voluntary capacity.
With its international, national and regional sessions it reaches out to ca. 30 young people all over Europe every year. European voluntary service for young people. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: P. Lang, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Klaus Sieveking.
European Youth Portal Becoming a volunteer Information about the different ways of volunteering, and tips on how to find the project that is right for you. Volunteer stories Real-life stories from other young people who have experienced what it is like to volunteer in another country.
General information. The European Commission launched the pilot action of European Voluntary Service for young people inon the basis of the new budget line B3 -1 15 MEC U were allocated to this budget line in ; a further MECU were set aside in the budget for the second year of the pilot action.
European Voluntary Service - factsheets and impacts European Voluntary Service has had a major impact on the lives of many thousands of young people over the past 20 years.
Download the different factsheets below for information about how EVS has benefited young Europeans over the years. The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has, in its recommendation on the promotion of a voluntary service, underlined that voluntary service should be open to all young people and recommended to the member states of the Council of Europe to develop and promote voluntary service in all its forms both at national and European.
EVS (European Voluntary Service) is an international volunteer program funded by the European Commission. It enables all young people legally resident in Europe, aged between 18 and 30 years, to carry out an international volunteer service in an organisation or in a public body in Europe, Africa, Asia or South America for a period ranging .The activities.
We are seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to support: – Youth work programmes, both centre-based & outreach work. Also, targeted programmes providing support for young people to address issues of employability, health, inclusion & community relations.European Youth Cards for all Young People in the European Voluntary Service and other Erasmus+ Volunteering Programmes.
For the past 19 years we have been working with the European Commission to issue a special edition of the European Youth Card to all young people in the European Voluntary Service or Erasmus+ volunteering projects for free.