House of Europe is a new EU-funded programme fostering professional and creative exchange between Ukrainians and their colleagues in EU countries. The programme focuses on different professional fields: culture and creative industries, education, health, social entrepreneurship, media, and youth.
What is House of Europe about?
This encompasses 20+ separate programme lines enabling to go for conferences, professional events, internships, and networking in the EU, or to enrol in study tours, residencies, trainings, and other forms of support. House of Europe funds cultural coproductions and cooperations between Ukrainian and EU organisations, along with the development of cultural infrastructure and artistic concepts for youth in Ukraine. Finally, the programme offers various youth camps and an intra-Ukrainian university exchange.
House of Europe is looking for volunteers from EU countries to take part in youth camps with Ukrainian children aged 11-13 or 14-16 years old. The first camp will take place in May 2020 (duration: 2 weeks). 4 other camps will take place in July-August 2020. Each volunteer will participate in two camps during the summer in two different locations (2 camps x 2 weeks each = 4 weeks). The camps will focus on the following values: tolerance & inclusion or ecology & sustainable development.
Application deadline is Sunday, 15 March 2020, 15.00.
More information: Open call for volunteers for European youth camps in Ukraine