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16.Jul - 27.Jul 2018
Serpins , Portugal

REBORN FROM THE ASHES

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • AGRI
  • PT-IPJ 10.6
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.6
  • Dispo : 2M (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

General Aims:aeuroTo value the environmental and historical heritage of the parish of SerpinsaeuroTo value the industrial heritage of paperaeuroRaise awareness of rails cleaningaeuroRevitalize a waterfront path that disappeared with the fire of 15 of October 2017aeuroRaise awareness of the environmental consequences of invasive plants (eg Acacia)aeuroPromote a plantation of native speciesaeuroMake the region and its heritage knownaeuroPromote "exchange" among young people from different countries of the worldaeuroPromote intercultural relations between the young participants and the local community

TRAVAIL

aeuroCutting small trees using hand toolsaeuroStorage and transport of small logsaeuroArrangement of the path where it was destroyed by fireaeuropromotion of an activity for the local communityaeuroCut acacia shoots as a way to stop their growth (combating the invaders)aeuroPreparation of plot of land for subsequent planting of native speciesaeuroCook and clean the place where the group will cook and eat

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The participants will be lodged in the campsite of Serpins parish that is to close of a river beach and near the bus station. Next to campsite exist a good house with a big room and kitchen where the group can cook and eat.The camp include 5 meals: breakfast; morning coffee break; lunch; afternoon coffee break, dinner and evening coffee break

SITUATION

Serpins is a town located 25 km from the city of Coimbra.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

aeuroDo not use drugsaeuroDo not consume alcohol during activities and especially in the presence of children and young peopleaeuroBe motivated to participate in all activities in the work camp (painting, restoring, house cleaning, cooking, presenting your country)

17.Jul - 28.Jul 2018
Bolo , Portugal

REVITAAI 2018

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • PT-IPJ 10.9
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.9
  • Dispo : 2M / 1F (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

In June of 2017 , wildfires near Pedrogpoundo Grande have destroyed almost 500 homes, 141 000 hectares of land and killed 64 people in central Portugal. The forest fires of 2017 were the countryaeuros most deadly fires of all time and destroyed over 372 jobs leaving this area even more abandoned.

TRAVAIL

The aim of this workcamp is to help fire victims who have lost all their goods in the fires. For that the volunteers will intervein in public and communitarian infrastructures of the affected villages by painting fountains and chapels as well as reforestation. The volunteers will mostly work together but in specific tasks the group will be divided in smaller groups to work in different places simultaneously. The work period will be from 8.30 until 13.30. Afternoons, evenings, Saturdays and Sundays is reserved to leisure, sports and to contact with the local culture.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The accommodation will be located in a small village named Bolo near Castanheira de Pera. The participants will sleep on the floor in an old school. It will be served 5 meals, 2 in the restaurant (Lunch and dinner).

SITUATION

The proposed tasks will be done in small villages located all over the burned area

BESOIN SPéCIAL

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18.Jul - 29.Jul 2018
Arrouquelas , Portugal

THE FOREST IS OUR HOME

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • CONS
  • MANU
  • PT-IPJ 10.10
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.10
  • Dispo : 3M (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

During the 12 days the young people will participate in various activities of work, creation, responsibility and fellowship and interaction with the Population of Arrouquelas. It is a project that aims to help our village preserve its surrounding forest, and prevent fires. This project will leave results, due to the experience and ecological attitude that we intend to instill in young people, by the intercultural dynamism, but also by the work done, creating better conditions for the surveillance of our forest.

TRAVAIL

-Construction of a lookout post in the highest place in the village, this post will be for the future, being built in wood, with specialized technical assistance- Performing manual activities, painting; simple constructions;- Cleaning of some rural roads, which may be used in forest surveillance routes, roads that are obstructed by wild forest, due to the low utilization of them, and desertification of the rural environment;- Creation of surveillance routes;- Encouragement of cultural visits by the region, and by the main points of interest;- Creation of a facebook page, which will serve as a diary of the activities carried out and that will be invigorated by the participants;- Participation and promotion of a workshop related to awareness of fire prevention, etc

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided to all participants during the project – but the dinner will be prepared each night by a group of participants , with the objective of creating intercultural night (the ingredients will be provided by H2O)The participants will be living in tends or one big house for all inside of the village.All participants should know that they will sleep in cantonment, or tents. They should collaborate in the confection of food, and the organization of meals. The place of accommodation is inside the village.

SITUATION

The Working Camp will take place in Arrouquelas, a small town near Rio Maior

BESOIN SPéCIAL

All participants must respect each other, the institutions and the association. Working tools supplied by the association must be handled with proper care. Residences must be kept safe and clean for everyone. Portuguese rules and legislation shall be followed and respected. The participants gone leave together in tends or big house in village and they have to respect the other participants

20.Jul - 31.Jul 2018
Braga , Portugal

CIRCUS FOR ALL

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • SOCI
  • DISA
  • FEST
  • PT-IPJ 12.1
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 12.1
  • Dispo : / 1F (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

The aim of this workcamp is to contribute to an inclusive project called "One for All" where a "social circus" methodology is experimented and through music, dramatic expression and circus, they promote personal, social, motor and cognitive skills of young and adults with mild, moderate and severe motor and mental disabilities (the circus as an inclusion tool). Through this workcamp it will be possible to adapt spaces, activities and artistic presentations, making a personalized accompaniment of all young people and adults with disabilities to make their presentation at the Festival of Circus to be held from 12th to 15th July in Famalicpoundo. The workcamp allows the human and logistic resources so that the spaces and materials can be adapted ergonomically to the target group.

TRAVAIL

The structures are painted, decorated and prepared for the Festival and that the participants can accompany (and learn) young people and adults with disabilities in their circus performances.The tasks of the participants will be to accompany, practise, learn and teach young people and adults with disabilities some circus performances, together with supervisors and teachers, and support all the dimensions of their performance before, during and after the Youth Festival of Circus. Besides the artistic and supporting tasks, participants will also be asked to decorate the space for the Festival making sure it is accessible for everyone (for example with mobility problems).

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Breakfast will be provided at the accommodation (school) by the monitors and a rotating team among the participants. Since the work starts early (to avoid the hours of greatest heat), we intend to serve a snack midmorning to gain energy and delay lunchtime. The journey is continuous and at lunch, the food will be delivered by a catering restaurant at school by 14pm. During the afternoon, the association will provide snacks like yogurt, chocolate milk and croissant with ham and cheese. Dinner will be served at the accommodation at 8 pm (a warm meal to prepare for a comforting evening).

SITUATION

In the North of Portugal aeuro(near Oporto and Braga

BESOIN SPéCIAL

-

22.Jul - 31.Jul 2018
Oeiras , Portugal

CHANGE PLACES, CHANGE LIVES (TRAINING COURSE)

  • Training
  • STUDY
  • PRO_A/2018-1
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 100.00 EUR

Remarque

Projet européen, avec le soutien du programme ERASMUS+, frais de transport partiellement remboursés

  • Code : PRO_A/2018-1
  • Dispo : 16M / 16F (Total Part 32)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 40

PARTENAIRE

ProAtlântico – Associação Juvenil was founded in 2001 is based in Porto Salvo, Oeiras, and carries out activities with children, young people, elderly people, and handicapped people, mainly in Oeiras Municipality. Most of the activities with children and young people take place during the school breaks, such as sport tournaments, National and International exchanges, and entertaining and cultural activities; and after school, as educational support. We try to help these young people to develop life skills, to be more independent. Along the year we have several projects with elder people, as summer camps, Cultural Trips, New Year party, and balls. In 2003, we started to work with Youth Program, and we took part in youth exchanges and in several training courses and seminars around Europe . Today ProAtlântico – Associação Juvenil has more than 9000 members, and gives special attention to needy people, and those with less opportunities. And aims to give people the chance to establish contact with other cultures, in order to help them to find ways to deal with their own problems and to break the existing prejudices.

TRAVAIL

Change Places, Change Lives" is a training course designed to explain and develop deeper understanding about migration in nowadays world. The last years has shown the world how big the phenomena actually is and that there’s a big lack of knowledge among youth workers. Migration is a crucial interest to young people whether they come from countries affected by in-migration or those suffering the consequences of emigration. Knowledge of migration processes, the causes and consequences of migration and rights of young migrants are relevant to young people’s needs particularly if they are likely to become migrants or participants of mobility schemes or if their home communities are affected by migration. Competences in addressing migration in youth work are essential for building community cohesion in those countries. TC is designed to confront the challenges and opportunities related to migration in Europe. By using different non-formal methods, causes and effects of migration will be analyzed. All aspects will be supported by the latest findings and developments around migration, pointing to various facets of migration: the main roads, the highways of migration, both in geographical terms and concepts, causes and effects of brain drain, labor migration, study and experience, migration driven by poverty and infringement of fundamental and social rights. Aim Through a structured program of activities, this TC aims to develop methods and resources to work closely

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Youth house, food is provided

SITUATION

OEIRAS

BESOIN SPéCIAL

ProAtlântico will reimburse travel costs, during the youth exchange according to the new ERASMUS + rules: ProAtlântico will reimburse travel costs, during the youth exchange according to the new ERASMUS + rules: France – 275,00 € maxi. The amounts are per participant and include all the travel expenses (including in Portugal to get in Casa Europa). — Partners of the project : 32 participants in total (including trainers / staff) from the following countries (2 participants per nationality) : Portugal, France, Estonia, Germany, Slovenia, Romania, Poland, italy, Lithuania, Hungary, Spain and Turkey. Participants’ requirements : This training course is for youth workers, who are actively working with young people as a professional or on the voluntary basis and should have an active attitude! Participants must be over 18 years old and there is no age limit. Working language is English. — NB : The training course will happen between 23rd and 30th of July. The participants can arrive on 22nd of July and departure on 31st of July.

27.Aug - 07.Sep 2018
Montemor-o-novo , Portugal

TERRACOTA PATRIMONY III

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • MANU
  • ART
  • PT-IPJ 11.1
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 11.1
  • Dispo : 3M (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

This work camp aims to awaken youth for the traditional building techniques and the surrounding built heritage. It is a Hands-on-Approach in ancient building techniques, specially lime mortars and plasters, with introductions to raw earth (adobe, rammed earth, CSEB, earth plasters) and ceramics. During the camp we will act in public structures repairing and maintaining, especially at the Castle s Kiosk and the headquarters of OC, an Old Saint Francisco Convent from 1495.Cooperation, communication, self esteem, problem solving, risk evaluation, leadership and decision making are competences that we will work together while (re)building for and with the local community.We will have a detailed schedule that will be questioned and adapted every day according to our group needs.

TRAVAIL

Work Activities: Learn and repair traditional lime plasters and paintings; Apply reinforced waterproof membrane in the Convent s roof; Learn and experience about traditional handmade fired and raw earth brick production, clay preparation and application; Repair traditional terracotta brick structures (remove vegetation, cleaning and apply natural waterproof coatings); Cleaning and organize working areas and tools used during the activities; You will use tools like brushes, trowels, shovels, spatulas to perform tasks like painting, scratching, cleaning, mixing mortar, applying mortar, between other activities

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. There will be vegetarian options/main courses. The lunch meals will be at the primary school canteen with option between meat/fish or vegetarian. There is access to several shared kitchens around our facilities to prepare your snacks. Accommodation: in shared dormitory inside the old convent. We will use the bathhouse of the municipal pools which is behind our building. There is the possibility to use your private tent in case you prefer more privacy.

SITUATION

MONTEMOR-O-NOVO in ALENTEJO REGION, PORTUGAL NEAR THE CITY OF VORA

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Be proactive and propose changes, when you can help to implement it. Be on time for the activities and respect the silence during the resting times (night and siesta). Respect the spaces and objects, the others and yourself. Look back, leave everything as you found it or even more organized.The living spaces are workspaces for artistic residences so respect.

03.Sep - 12.Sep 2018
Lousada , Portugal

FOREST FOR FUTURE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • CONS
  • PT-IPJ 10.2
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.2
  • Dispo : 5M (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

– Prevention of forest and populations against fire;- Promotion of sustainability, environmental awareness, and biodiversity protection;- Promotion of intercultural relationships, good environmental practices, and citizenship;- Promotion of specific skills in the field of environmental management, nature protection and biodiversity.Participants will perform tasks but also learn about nature conservation and engage in conservation-training activities in a forest near Lustosa (Lousada) which needs intervention in order to make it more resilient and fire-prepared. This forest also has an important role in protecting Lustosa village and Lousada against fires, since it has water and may also function as an ecological corridor/shelter for fauna.

TRAVAIL

– Protection of the forests surrounding the village of Lustosa and Lousada (northern Portugal) against forest fires;- Control of pyrophyte alien invasive species;- Management of fuelwood;- Construction of a water point for irrigation / control of possible fires;- Rehabilitation of a degraded system for water transportation;- Restoration of a small riparian forest;- Improvement of local fauna, flora, and landscape;- Encouragement of international exchange and exchange of experience;- Presentation and discussion of the natural and social reality of the regions of origin of the participants;- Promotion of environmentally and socially responsible attitudes and values;- Development of action-training actions focused on individual and collective learning.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Participants will sleep in Lousada Sportsaeuro Center, in shared bedrooms (4, 5 or 9 beds), where they have hot water showers. Pictures and description of the Sports Center at http://www.cm-lousada.pt/pt/residenciaParticipants have to bring their own towels and hygiene products, but the beds have sheets and blankets. The organization will provide breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Lunches and dinners are prepared/cooked by the municipalityaeuros staff and served at the sportsaeuro center canteen, but some lunches will be served in the field (sandwiches, fruits, etc.). Thereaeuros vegetarian option.

SITUATION

http://www.cm-lousada.pt/pt/descobrir; http://www.cm-lousada.pt/pt/parques-e-jardins

BESOIN SPéCIAL

– High sense of citizenship and environmental protection.- Will to work for nature protection and improvement.- Will to learn and share nature protection techniques and good practice.- Language skills (English preferable, but also Portuguese and Spanish).- Always be punctual.- Always respect othersaeuro opinions.

10.Sep - 21.Sep 2018
Lagos , Portugal

IWC - PLANTING THE RAIN

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • AGRI
  • PT-IPJ 10.8
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.8
  • Dispo : 5M / 1F (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

Help us create and caretake new forests in areas damaged by human activity and wildfires in Portugal. Together, we will plant the rain – shaping the landscape, feeding the soil, and acting to prevent fire, so that young forests can survive the hot summers and offer shade, water, and natural spaces to future generations of people and wildlife.

TRAVAIL

Preparing for reforestation: Working on an ecologically degraded area, we will use techniques for soil and water management to create conditions in which trees can survive. We will start a tree nursery, and start planting local species in a few places where watering is possible.Fire Prevention: We will decrease risk of fire in a young native oak woodland, protecting and watering young trees, cleaning out dead branches, preparing for new plantations, and making signs with information about the reforested areas.Event Support: We will help the association with the Open Day and Pizza Night events that will be happening during the Work Camp, by preparing spaces for the events, making crafts from natural materials (wool, willow, cork, wood) for the reforestation fundraiser, etc

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Accommodation is in tents. Bring your own if you can, if you canaeurot the project will provide one. There are bathrooms and solar showers.The project will provide 5 meals per day (breakfast; Lunch; snack; dinner; supper),Our food ethics is based on following sequence: healthy, local and organic.

SITUATION

Urbanizapoundo Quinta do Vale da Lama, OdiUxere, Lagos – Campo do Vale PND

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Participants are expected to:Participate with energy and creativityJoin daily tasksNot bring pets, as our space is also for wildlifeTo avoid drugs, and restrain from too much smoking and excessive drinking (there is a designated smoking area)Practice self-care and communicate specific needsHave fun and share fully

17.Sep - 28.Sep 2018
Coimbra , Portugal

UP THIS RIVER

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • RENO
  • ENVI
  • PT-IPJ 10.5
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 10.5
  • Dispo : 8M / 1F (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

General Aims:aeuroTo value the river of Spoundo Jopoundo, its mills and waterfallsaeuroTo make known the cultural and natural heritage of the Serra da LouspoundaeuroRecover the tracks on the banks of the Spoundo Jopoundo riveraeuroProvide moments of interculturality among young people from different countriesaeuroTo value volunteering as a "tool" for local development (whether at the cultural, environmental or tourist level)aeuroTo make known the historical and cultural heritage of the regionaeuroSensitizing to the environmental consequences of invasive plants (eg Acacia)aeuroPromote the planting of native speciesaeuroPromote intercultural relations between the young participants and the local community

TRAVAIL

aeuroCutting small trees using hand toolsaeuroStorage and transport of small logsaeuroArrangement of the path where it was destroyed by fireaeuroPromotion of activity for the local communityaeuroCut acacia shoots as a way to stop their growth (combating the invaders)aeuroPreparation of plot of land for subsequent planting of native species

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The participants will be lodged the youth hostel, in the center of Louspound and they have free access to swimming municipality pool. Next to youth hostel exist a good house with a big room and kitchen where the group can cook and eat.The camp include 5 meals: breakfast; morning coffee break; lunch; afternoon coffe break, dinner and evening coffe break

SITUATION

Louspound is a town located 30 km from the city of Coimbra

BESOIN SPéCIAL

aeuroDo not use drugsaeuroDo not consume alcohol during activities and especially in the presence of children and young peopleaeuroBe motivated to participate in all activities in the work camp (painting, restoring, house cleaning, cooking, presenting your country)

19.Sep - 30.Sep 2018
Amarante , Portugal

ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • MANU
  • AGRI
  • PT-IPJ 11.2
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
  • Code : PT-IPJ 11.2
  • Dispo : 8M / 7F (Total Part 17)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 30

PARTENAIRE

Aims: to raise awareness among the participants and the population on organic farms, organic food and fair trade; to develop skills related to agriculture work in organic farms and environment preservation; to run activities in order to increase the level of commitment at local level (Amarante) for organic and fair trade products.

TRAVAIL

Activities: working in organic farms from the region of Amarante; training on fair trade and sustainable development (ex.: workshop about Fair Trade and healthy food); presentation to the city and region; group dynamics; visit to the most important places of the city; visits to some of the main cities and spots in the North of Portugal (Guimarpoundes, Porto, Alto Douro Vinhateiro e Parque Natural do Alvpoundo).

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Participants will be accommodated in shared rooms (4 participants each) of Casa da Juventude de Amarante (even so participants should all bring sleeping bag). Casa da Juventude de Amarante is located in the city center of Amarante (just 10m walking distance from the bus station) and has its own kitchen, wc and showers. In terms of food, our youth centre has a bar\restaurant proposal for the volunteers (breakfast, lunch and dinner) always taking into consideration our aims (healthy food with organic and vegetarian ingredients). Laundry available (self-service). This youth centre has free wirele

SITUATION

Amarante is a small town in the North of Portugal, part of Porto district (60km far from Porto, to the interior) with 12 thousand inhabitants

BESOIN SPéCIAL

-Inside the building of Casa da Juventude de Amarante is not allowed to smoke or drink alcohol (except in the bar or balcony);-Garbage should be separated: glass, plastic, paper, organic;-We all have different time perceptions and so we should respect others and prepare in time our participation in daily activities;-Every day we meet at 21h30 in a circle to evaluate the day

Projet Permanent
Porto alegre , Portugal

ICYE STEPS / CENTRO DE EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL 2018

  • permanent
  • ENVI
  • KIDS
  • BRA-13/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 370.00 Eur

Remarque

ICYE STEPS aren't group projects. You will be with 2 or 3 volunteers. Those are permanents projects, open all year, free arrival date. Minimum 4 weeks - Maximum 16 weeks. Participation fee for 4 weeks : 370€ and 80€ for each additionnal week.

  • Code : BRA-13/2018
  • Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / POR
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ICYE Brazil.

TRAVAIL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND MAIN AIMS : Founded in 1996 by a group of women from the Vila Pinto community led by Marli Medeiros, who decided to unite to transform the conditions they were submitted to live in and seek alternative solutions that would ensure them freedom and quality of life. Marli and her family endured the poverty and violence of Vila Pinto, which was dominated by drug traffickers, but it was the lack of opportunities available to the children in the community that spurred Marli to action. “I could see that the women were forced to work as drug mules and complained about the violence of the men,” It was then that she decided to stand her ground and fight. Problem was finding a legal way of earning money that also fostered community spirit.”Marli began organizing meetings to discuss the state of affairs in the community. “I believed that we could reduce the negative factors that existed in Vila Pinto through some type of collective action,” she recalls. “The residents had to make money somehow, whether it was by begging, drug trafficking or petty theft. The problem was finding a legal way of earning money that also fostered community spirit. She found a 2,500-sq.m site near a low-income housing project, right in the middle of Vila Pinto. MAIN ACTIVITIES : Today CEA administers several projects. The Screening Center of Vila Pinto (CTVP) which has 65 members who make their living from the separation and sale of recyclable materials. The James Kulisz Cultural Center.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

The volunteer will be living with a host family.

SITUATION

Porto Alegre.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Participation fee for 4 weeks : 370€ and 80€ for each additionnal week. The volunteers need to be open-minded, high motivated, mature, and willing to work with children at risk. No intake on public holidays, no pick-up after 22:00 PM. The programs start usually on the 1st Monday of each month.

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