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Reconstructing a lighthouse on a tiny Finnish island? Creating a visitor centre around a castle ruin in Spain? Organising a rehabilitation camp on the Polish seaside for drug addicts? And what about YOU, what are YOU doing this summer?
Veres Anikó made her decision: she wanted to volunteer at the Icelandic SEEDS association and did not give up even after her EVS application was rejected. She found the LTV programme, within the frames of which she is now a volunteer at her dream organisation.
Sarah Martin is only 19 and European Voluntary Service (EVS) is the first thing she has done away from home. She decided to be a volunteer to figure out her next step in life. Looking back, choosing to work with disabled has been the best decision she could have made.
When Eszter saw the ad about volunteering in Congo, she could not quench her lust for adventure. Back then, she had no idea how much the country would teach her about life, about herself and about different cultural values.
Yes, there are some people, who want to help others like that. The 9 enthusiastic volunteers of the initiative called “We do it instead of you” help anyone to do the housework for free. Interview with Attila Horváth and Gergely Csillag about the reasons.
Volunteers give up their free time, are not reimbursed and sometimes they even have to face rejection. However, this does not influence their cheerful and relentless enthusiasm. Why is it worth being a volunteer? – a personal story.
A brit Anjelica Finnegan beszámol az önkéntes munka során szerzett tapasztalatairól és arról, miért kezdett el érdeklődni az önkéntesség iránt.
A londoni Alev Gunes nyolc hetet töltött Ghánában, ahol angolt tanított.
A kameruni Marie Dibangue az Egyesült Nemzetek önkénteseként Haitin dolgozott, ahol a közösségen belüli erőszak csökkentéséért munkálkodott, és a közösségi erőszak csökkentésével (CVR) foglalkozó részleg projektcsoportjának vezetője volt.