Peers to Peace? It's time to start!

Posted by projects on Jan 11

The Peers to Peace project steering-team met for four days in Gelsenkirchen, Germany to plan the launch and implementation of Peers to Peace: Peer learning and Peer support for Capacity Building in international volunteer work, a project that is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. 


The Prep-team of Peers to Peace take a step forward, Gerlsenkirchen. Germany (January 2017)

Have you ever wondered how other organisations keep volunteers motvated, how they successfully manage to share and use valuable knowledge, how they organise meaningful projects and where they get money for all that when the public sources are so limited? If your answer to at least one of those question is positive, then you might want to get involved in one of the many project activities and explore those topics with peers from other branches and partners.

At the beginning of February we officially launch the Peers to Peace project with two kick off meetings online. Stay tuned for more information via regular project updates on the latest news and the SCI E-ZINE, see you there!

Comments

Ashoke K Maitra Sunday, 09 July 2017 · Edit Reply

This is a wonderful project. I have experienced it as a youth volunteering for SCI in Delhi India. A devastating Cyclone ripped the people apart in Andhra Pradesh in India. I was Secretary of Delhi Branch of SCI. We got students together from all colleges of Delhi University, raised money by conducting events and donations and I moved to offer relief with 50 volunteers to the most affected parts. It was great fun. The power of collaboration is tremendous will a will to do good. I congratulate you for this effort. If there is anything I can do , I will feel very happy to contribute.

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