Inclusive Solidarity: ESC as a tool for social inclusion for youth with fewer opportunities

Background of the project

The Inclusive Solidarity Seminar will be a 6 days seminar from 4th to 10th of October 2019 in Madrid. 

Starting in Fall 2018 youth organizations in Europe have been confronted with a programme change, from EVS to ESC. They are grateful for improvements and at the same time are discussing the changes and their implications. Organisations like SCI Madrid that have always pushed a focus on the involvement of young people with fewer opportunities would like to take this moment to bring together organisations working with the ESC program and hosting volunteers.

The Training 

The seminar will focus on the involvement of young people with fewer opportunities in the ESC programme:

  • Exchange of best practices
  • Sharing of challenges and coming up with solutions
  • Understanding the implications of the new program
  • Creating a network and new partnerships

The seminar will be carried out in accordance with the principles of non-formal education.

Financial conditions

There will be no participation fee and activities costs, insurance, food, and accommodation will be covered from the project budget, as well as travel costs in lines with rules and conditions of the Erasmus+ program.


If you think this opportunity is for you, please fill the Application form below and send to our e-mail

Deadline: 15th July


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P.R.I.M.E. – Participatory Research on Impact Measurement and Evaluation (Training Course)

Holloko, Hungary

2nd to 7th of June

The objective of this training is to provide capacity to youth workers in order to assess the impact of their social inclusion projects. This will allow staff members and organizations to improve the quality of their initiatives and to better present their results to media, funders and to the public

The Training

Through a 5-day training course coordinated by experts on impact measurement, participants will gain skills to assess the impact of their social inclusion projects. More specifically, you will:

–  explore the intercultural dimensions of International Volunteering Service projects and of field research, as well as the notion of social inclusion;

–  acquire competences related to qualitative methodology of social research, such us collection of data through surveys, interviews, observation, and interpretation and evaluation of results;

–   gain know-how on how to conduct their research “on the field” and in their international voluntary projects;

–  learn how to present data, results and impact of their projects using media and publications.

The training course will use a non-formal education methodology, combined to group and individual work, practical exercises, debriefing sessions and evaluation.

Financial conditions

All essential costs of the program in Hungary (including food, travel costs, accommodation and training) will be covered through a project.

Max travel cost for Bulgaria is 275€.

Each participant will be requested to pay a 20€ participation fee.


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More information can be also found here: Prime CALL for Participants


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“100 Voix – migration & screen printing” Seminar

9-16 October 2017 | Near Rennes, FranceCover pic

What’s the situation of migration in Europe? How can we use art and non-formal education to help young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers integrate in local communities? What’s the best way of exchanging such experience and cooperating on international level? The seminar “100 voix – migration & screen printing” in France aims to answer these and more questions. It will bring together for 8 days participants from Italy, Portugal, Estonia, Turkey and Bulgaria, who actively work with young refugees and asylum seekers and who will share their knowledge and experience in the international group.

Food and accommodation for the participants in the seminar are covered. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 360 euro after participants provide the organisers with the original tickets. More information about the seminar as well as the application form you can find here: 100 voix infopack. The filled in application form should be sent to no later than 1 September. The selection process will be until 10 September.



Peace Messenger training in Berlin

(28.11 – 07.12.2014)

The seminar will bring together a group of 12-15 active volunteers from Germany and the Balkans, in order to exchange ideas and experiences on the main topic as well as to further educate, train & empower them with methods how to develop and implement self-conceived awareness-raising and educational workshops on peace issues.

Besides that, the training will also provide the opportunity to exchange views on current developments in Germany and the Balkans and also have some fun together.

Main topics: Peace, conflict resolution, human rights’ violations (stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, sexism, homophobia, romaphobia, anti-Semitism, islamophobia, xenophobia etc.)…

Recruitment of participants

All participants selected for this project must meet the following criteria:

  • be 18 years old or older
  • be able to work in English language
  • be interested in the training topics and have strong motivation to act as multiplier in the field of promoting peace work;
  • preferably have nomination and support (and if possible have been prepared for the project) of the sending SCI branch or Partner organisation;
  • commit to implement the learned knowledge and skills in practice back home;
  • commit to report thoroughly the content of the project to other activists of sending organization;
  • commit to actively participate

Please note that there will be opportunities to visit the city, but that this is not a “getting to know Berlin’s night-life” project.

Financial and practical conditions of participation:

All essential costs of the program in Berlin (including food, accommodation and training) will be covered by SCI-D.

The volunteers cover their travel expenses. More information about the training, including the application form can be found Peace Messanger Berlin AF

Application should be sent to and as soon as possible.

Good luck!


Training course :

Weaving volunteer world wide web (aka www.wvwww.vol)

The idea of the seminar is to deal with such issues as usage of internet tools to promote international volunteer and youth projects and activities, learning and awareness raising opportunities of internet on human rights and social inclusion issues, possibilities to get involved and develop international youth projects online as practical tool for intercultural learning and dialogue, support of local initiatives and active citizenship, and other.

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