1. World AIDS day

    Posted by projects on Dec 01

    Every 1st December since 1988 is marked as World AIDS day, an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, showing their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.

  2. SCI Representative the New President of CCIVS

    Posted by projects on Nov 29

    We are extremely happy to share the latest news from the General Assembly of the Coordinating Commitee for International Voluntary Service: SCI representative, Ingrid Danckaerts will succeed Matina Deligianni from SJ France as the new president of the Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS).

  3. “Los Otros“ a Seminar Against Stereotypes

    Posted by projects on Nov 28

    From 30 October until 5 November 2016 participants from SCI branches and partners from all around Europe met in Madrid to discuss and develop the complexities of stereotypes. SCI Madrid and the SCI Pool of Trainers and Facilitators organised the seminar "Los Otros: How to prepare young people do deal with their own stereotypes".


    Photo taken in seminar "Los Otros: How to prepare young people do deal with their own stereotypes". Madrid, Spain (October 2016)

     

     

  4. PATH and Building Bridges meetings in Budapest

    Posted by projects on Nov 28

    Last weekend the members of the PATH project and the Building Bridges campaign teamed up in Budapest for a coordination meeting. Both PATH and Building Bridges focus on refugee related topics, PATH on learning lessons from the forced migration in the past and Building Bridges on cooperation, knowledge sharing and raising awareness about refugee issues. The meeting was successful and gave direction to future work. Main areas of work were identified and tasks distributed to the team members.


    Photo made by Suvi Helko, EVS at International Secretariat SCI, at Path and Building Bridges meetings in Budapest, Novem,ber 2016
     

  5. Seeds of peace

    Posted by projects on Nov 28

    SCI activists were busy planting this year! The 3rd phase of GAIA MicroGrants came to an end in November after 8 projects were implemented in India, South Africa, Germany, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Estonia, Bangladesh and Mauritius. Each project received financial support of up to 500 euro and peer-to-peer mentoring by members of the program team. 


     

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