Place: Berlin, Germany
Application deadline: 31 March 2014
Start of the service: between 15/03/2014 and 15/04/2014
Duration: 12 months
Amaro Drom e.V. currently opened a call for applications for young people to participate in a European Voluntary Service (EU Youth in Action program) project in Berlin. The 12 months lasting project offers diverse learning and service opportunities including national and international seminars. The volunteers engage weekly around 30-35 hours in Amaro Drom in the following working fields: youth group with local, national and international youth projects, children’s program, contact point for Roma from EU and non EU countries, organization of events like the Herdelezi street festival, creating flyers and other materials for our homepage. The program encourages volunteers to express and to realize their own ideas and initiatives during the service!
The program is fully covered, providing room, board, health insurance, monthly ticket for local transport, language course and monthly pocket money. Volunteers will be provided with 2 Youth in Action seminars in Germany during their service and 2 international Phiren Amenca seminars.
The call for applications is open for young people between 18 and 30 years who are residents of EU and non-EU countries. Basic knowledge of English or German is expected. For further questions do not hesitate to contact us.
Send your motivation letter, CV and the Phiren Amenca application form by March 31, 2014 to Iulia Blaga, Magdalena Jaschik and Merdjan Jakupov at email@example.com
Download the Phiren Amenca Volunteer Application Form (PDF) here
Description of the hosting organization
„Amaro Drom” is an intercultural self-organization of young Roma and non-Roma . Our main focus is the socio-cultural youth work, the strengthening of self-initiative, mobilization, networking and self-esteem of young Roma and their political and social participation. As young Europeans we actively want to contribute to society for more acceptance and respect, mutual understanding and inclusion. We are members of ternYpe International Roma Youth Network and of Phiren Amenca, a network of Roma and non-Roma volunteers and voluntary service organizations creating opportunities for non-formal education, dialogue and engagement, in order to
challenge stereotypes and racism. www.amarodrom.de.