The BUILDPEACE partnership project was completed on August 31, 2019. The results of three years of cooperation between 3 universities, 3 civil society organizations and one international organization from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the United Kingdom, France, Serbia and Turkey, and through the Erasmus + program, have been presented in part in these 4 publications. 4 […]
Want to volunteer as a workcamp leader in Serbia this summer?
For becoming a workcamp leader in Serbia, you should have participated in a workcamp as a volunteer first, be at least 20 years old, speak good English and be able to see yourself in the situations of the leaders in this web documentary – www.youthleaders.online, motivated for challenges and leadership!
We can provide you national travel costs (coming to Serbia would be at your expense), a national sim card, third party liability and basic heath insurance, food and accommodation covered. There is no fee for being a workcamp leader, instead there is an enormous gratitude for helping out. After your campleading, we will be glad to recommend you to other organisations across Europe for other positions in International Voluntary Service movement.
Please fill in the application form and we will contact you shortly to discuss your place in one of 39 workcamps we organise this year. Here is the APPLICATION FORM. There is no deadline, but have in mind that we will be matching leaders and workcamps since today till the 18th of June.
Please read the general terms of participation of foreign workcamp leaders in Serbia HERE. If placed in one of our workcamps, this should be signed and posted to YRS-VSS office or brought to the workcamp. HERE you can download the list of this year’s workcamps in Serbia with short descriptions.
We are very much looking forward to receiving your application!!!
Young Researchers of Serbia – Voluntary Service of Serbia
The Danube Art Master winners are selected by 13 countries, which share the Danube River Basin, including Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The competition is open to all children and schools across the 13 countries that make up the Danube River Basin. Around 663 […]