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30.Jul - 13.Aug 2017
Detmold , Allemagne

OPEN-AIR MUSEUM DETMOLD

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • STUDY
  • MANU
  • CULT
  • ICJA10
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR

Remarque

Detailed Motivation-letter required: All volunteers are asked to write a text about their interest in this project and their expectations. If you are thinking about applying for this camp, please read more information at https://www.icja.de/index.php?id=1725.Solid footwear is required for all outdoor work in the museum grounds. Volunteers should bring some warm clothing as the accommodation block is not heated and night time temperatures in August may drop to 12 degrees Celsius. Sleeping bag and a camping mat is needed.

  • Code : ICJA10
  • Dispo : 1M (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / GER
  • Age : 18 - 50

PARTENAIRE

Project: Germanyaeuros largest open-air museum features peasant buildings and rural culture from between the middle of the 16th to the middle of the 20th centuries. It includes both farms scattered in the countryside and one complete village, with all buildings original and reconstructed or transported from an area of 6,5 Th. square-kilometres. Historically cultivated gardens, traditional crafts and handicrafts and breeding-programs for endangered regional species (among them horses and pigs) are important aspects of the museumaeuros work. Approximately 200.000 people visit the museum annually; in summer, the museum can have up to 2000 visitors daily. The museum is located very close to Detmold, an important centre of performing arts (i.e. Detmold Conservatory, Opera) and a popular destination for tourism, including sites such as the Hermannsdenkmal and the Externsteine situated in the Teutoburg Forest. The museum is very interested in promoting international exchange between the volunteers, staff and visitors. Given the unique opportunity to stay at the museum, participants should be profoundly interested in learning about rural culture and the history of the various buildings. More information about the Open-air Museum Detmold can be found at http://www.lwl.org/LWL/Kultur/LWL-Freilichtmuseum-Detmold/museum/?lang=en

TRAVAIL

Volunteers will be working in small groups in forestation, harvesting, or the maintenance of the museum grounds. No special knowledge required; volunteers will be directed by trained staff. Work will be confined to the morning and volunteers will have the rest of the day for other activities. However, some work may exceed this target and require a full work day (i.e. harvest). In this case the next day may be taken off. Matching with this yearaeuros exhibition theme of the museum – aeurooeChildhoodaeuro – volunteers should organise a small program about popular outside games played (counting-out rhymes, etc.) by the children in the countries they come from; this should occupy approximately 15-20 of their total work time at the camp. The program will be presented on August 12 at the museum.Study and amp; Leisure time: A small program with guided visits to parts of the museums is organised for the volunteers. The leaders of the camp will introduce the participants to sites of nature, culture and relaxation in the city of Detmold and beyond. At least one long hike to important sites is planned for the weekend. Volunteers are asked to introduce their countries to the other participants by bringing photographs, maps, handicrafts, music, etc. Can you teach a song in your language? If you play an instrument, but cannot bring it with you, please let us know.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Participants are hosted in a newly reconstructed building within the museum grounds. Due to the special national significance of the museum, this is a non-smoking workcamp; the consumption of alcohol is not allowed anywhere on the premises of the museum after closure in the evening. All participants are required to stay for the whole duration of the camp. The camp is self-catering; volunteers will cook for themselves choosing from the provisions on a daily basis. Participants are asked to bring a sleeping bag and a camping mat. There is no WiFi on the site.

SITUATION

Study and amp; Leisure time: A small program with guided visits to parts of the museums is organised for the volunteers. The leaders of the camp will introduce the participants to sites of nature, culture and relaxation in the city of Detmold and beyond. At least one long hike to important sites is planned for the weekend. Volunteers are asked to introduce their countries to the other participants by bringing photographs, maps, handicrafts, music, etc. Can you teach a song in your language? If you play an instrument, but cannot bring it with you, please let us know.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Detailed Motivation-letter required: All volunteers are asked to write a text about their interest in this project and their expectations. If you are thinking about applying for this camp, please read more information at https://www.icja.de/index.php?id=1725.Solid footwear is required for all outdoor work in the museum grounds. Volunteers should bring some warm clothing as the accommodation block is not heated and night time temperatures in August may drop to 12 degrees Celsius. Sleeping bag and a camping mat is needed.

yap-cfd workcamps

ICJA was founded as an exchange program between the U.S. and Germany in 1949. The original mission of ICJA was to promote international understanding and to work towards a world in which tolerance and peace prevail. By the inclusion of various partner countries, the idea to form a development cooperation became gradually more important. Thus, the ICJA is founder member of the international federation "International Cultural Youth Exchange" (ICYE), which consists of several National Committees in 34 countries. In 1987, the ICYE received the award as "peacemessenger". In 2009, ICJA was furthermore approved as an official project of the UNESCO Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. ICJA is both, a sending and hosting organization for long term volunteers. ICJA organises volunteering services for German citizens of different ages in over 40 countries on every continent. ICJA simultaneously accompanies and supports volunteers from across the world working in social, political or ecological projects in Germany. Our volunteers usually stay for 12 months, in exceptional cases for 6 months. For further information, please consult our website: www.icja.de

yap-cfd started in the year 1923 as a circle of people engaged against the war. It expanded to an international union of people who try to build bridges of understanding and to mitigate misery. The main request of yap-cfd is to reduce national and cultural prejudices and animosity among people and to promote mutual tolerance.

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