description de l'organisation
Esi labs! (translates to “Be good”) is non-governmental and non-profit organization, whose operations are based on voluntary work done by members and supporters. The organization has been created with the aim to support and promote active citizenship in society; emphasize the importance of altruism, empathy and willingness to help; promote volunteering both locally and internationally. Most activities implemented by Esi Labs! are targeted to young people, but all of our events are open and accessible to people of all age groups and social affiliations.
As mentioned above – a major objective of the organization is to promote participation and active citizenship. As the members of our organisation are ex EVS volunteers, we are convinced that EVS and volunteering in general is a necessary opportunity to review personal values and further objectives in order to reflect on them, often leading to social sensibility and active participation. Thus said – Esi Labs! actively takes part in EVS and EUAV initiatives, in order to give Latvian people the opportunity to experience self-development through volunteering.
We are open to work with different target groups in order to empower the development of individuals and organizations. One of our priorities is to initiate projects and events involving people with fewer opportunities in order to improve their inclusion in society.
thèmes liés à l'inclusion sociale
This organisation is willing to involve volunteers who face situations which make their participation in activities more difficult, from the following categories for different types of project:
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This organisation is accredited to run projects under Erasmus+ Volunteering and the European Solidarity Corps.
Scope Faire du Volontariat
Thèmes d'activité de l'organisation
Jeunesse (participation, animation socio-éducative, politique de la jeunesse)