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Paula Bayod, voluntaria SVE en Austria: “Me encanta la sensación de saber lo que va a significar para mí”

Experiencias SVE. Paula ya ha iniciado la cuenta atrás. En octubre se marcha con Mundus como asociación de envío a Hohenems, Austria. Allí pasará un año como voluntaria del Servicio Voluntario Europeo en la asociación AHA, involucrada en el proyecto sobre cultura y juventud OJAH Hohenems.

Hablamos con ella y compartió con nosotros y vosotros sus expectativas antes del comienzo esta “sorpresa asegurada”.

Desde que sé que me voy a Dornbirn, una localidad de Austria, me sorprendo imaginando en mis ratos libres la experiencia, el lugar, la gente… y me encanta la sensación de saber lo que va a significar para mí y es que, ¡aumentan las ganas de que llegue el día de irme!

Llevaba tiempo buscando encontrar una oportunidad así, y la verdad es que me encanta la idea de hacer un proyecto con adolescentes. Tengo bastantes experiencias en la educación no formal, pero el hacerlo con diferentes edades a las que no estoy habituada y además en un entorno desconocido, va a ser un buen reto para mí.

Los miedos y las dudas aparecen fantasmalmente, y es que la mente te hace pasar malas jugadas para que te quedes en tu zona de confort. Sé que seré capaz de solventarlas todas, de aprender de lo bueno y de lo malo.

Ahora sólo me queda esperar, prepararlo todo y no poner demasiadas expectativas en lo que me voy a encontrar, ya que será una sorpresa asegurada.


Si tú también quieres disfrutar de una oportunidad como esta, pásate por nuestra web http://www.asociacionmundus.com y envíanos tu solicitud a alguno de nuestros proyectos disponibles.

Training “Path to Peace: non-formal learning tools for conflict management using outdoor activities” en Styria, Austria

Se buscan 2 participantes para el siguiente Training: “Path to Peace: non-formal learning tools for conflict management using outdoor activities”.

When: from the 5th the 16th of August of 2014

Where: Styria.

 

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What: “Path to Peace: non-formal learning tools for conflict management using outdoor activities” is a 12 days training course hold in Styria, Austria, from the 5th to the 16th of August. 20 youth workers and youth leaders between 18 and 35 years old from 10 countries (Austria, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Tunisia, Ukraine, Israel, Georgia and Armenia) will meet in the beautiful countryside of Austria to learn about conflict management and peace education using non-formal methodologies. These activities will be combined with outdoor activities in the countryside, which will give the chance to the participants to discover the great variety of non-formal learning tools that can be done in nature. Working on different topics (self-awareness, concrete methods to solve a conflict, communication, expression of the feelings), the participants will have the chance to learn and experience different ways of approaching conflicts and solving them. The outdoors activities will give the participants the chance to learn about how a healthy and active lifestyle can contribute to make oneself a more open-minded and balanced person that is capable of dealing with difficult situations in a more peaceful and tolerant way. The course also intends to work on the psychological aspects of conflicts in their various dimensions and wants to show the benefits of non-formal outdoor activities to settle the conflicts.

In order to disseminate the know-how, the participants will have the chance to record short video tutorials that will be uploaded and shared on Internet. In those video tutorials, the participants will have the task of showing and sharing the best tools of the course with the purpose to spread the outcome of the course and make the tools accessible to the public.

“Path2peace” is a great opportunity to promote our values in peace education and to establish contact among organizations around Europe and in neighboring countries to create a strong partner network with the aim to make our society a little bit more tolerant and peaceful for everyone.

“Path2peace” is an itinerant training course that will give you the chance to discover Styria and Austria in a very different way.

 

Importante!

Los gastos de alojamiento y comida estarán cubiertos durante todo el proyecto, así como el importe de los vuelos con un máximo de 275 euros. 

Los participantes tan solo deberán  hacerse socios de Mundus (40 eur/año) con el derecho a participar en todas las actividades que Mundus organice.

Envía tu candidatura para éste proyecto a ingrid.unmundoatuspies@gmail.com lo antes posible con el asunto Path to Peace, Austria lo antes posible.

Loving Austria

La experiencia de Yolanda en Austria

Voluntario EVS en Austria, Tirol. Working with people with disabilities. 12 meses

  • Vacancy for EVS Volunteer in Austria

  • Contact person: Erika Mischitz
  • Coordinating organisation: InfoEck Youth Information Tirol
  • Host: Arche Tirol, Gottfried Lamprecht (head of the Arche Tirol): http://www.arche-tirol.at/
  • Location: St. Jodok, Austria
  • Deadline: 12/09/2013
  • Start: 01/02/2014
  • End: 30/01/2015
  • Arche Tirol is an international community of disabled and non-disabled people, who live and work together. The life at Arche is based on the Arche’s international charta, which highlights every person’s unique importance and dignity. The Arche Tirol was founded in 1992 and is a Christian – ecumenical community. Arche Tirol maintains contacts to many other Arche-communities in Europe, Africa and all over the world.At the moment 10 people with mental and multiple disabilities live in two houses, one of them is situated in Gries and the other one in St. Jodok (4 km distance). The people of the community share their everyday life, eat and work together, go shopping, go on excursions, holidays and organise leisure activities, be creative etc.
    The 10 inhabitants of the Arche Tirol are supported by a professional multicultural team.The volunteer will support the multi-professional team at Arche in St. Jodok, where six persons, aged between 20 and 50, live. The volunteer will participate in various aspects the daily work and will be able to contribute with her/his own interests and strengths to the project. She/He will be part of the team and learn a lot about working with people with different disabilities.Service duration: 01.02.2014 – 31.01.2015 (12 months)Arche St. Jodok is situated at the countryside of Tyrol. There are trains (hourly, 30min journey) to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol.

Tasks

Service duration: 01.02.2014 – 31.01.2015 (12 months)

Criteria

Profile of the volunteer: • You are interested in working with people with disabilities • You are patient and open-minded • You like to live in a rural village in the mountains • You enjoy contributing to a multicultural team • Some basic knowledge of German would be an advantage, as the habitants of the Arche don´t speak any other language Please give your motivation for the EVS and for this specific project and send the Application Form. Looking forward to receiving motivated applications 🙂

Procedure

Please send the enclosed Application Form (Part1, Part 2, plus your CV and motivation) to the host organisation Arche Tirol. Contact person: Gottfried Lamprecht, office@arche-tirol.at All complete applications will be considered. Please include your CV. Application Deadline: 12th September 2013. The final decision will be taken shortly after by the host organisation and all applicants will be informed about the decision. If there are any questions, please write an E-mail to coordinator Erika: Erika.mischitz@infoeck.at.

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