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Posted by Aug 30on
This week we said "see you soon!" to Sathya, our EVS volunteer from India who has been supporting us at the International Secretariat for the past 12 months as part of the project 'Global Volunteer Action'. We want to say a big thank you to him for all the work he did, for his enthusiasm and for the energy he brought. Sathya now returns home to start his masters and we wish him the best of luck! We look forward to seeing him more involved with SCI India, spreading our passion for volunteering and continuing his work with the Tech Team. All the best Sathya!
Posted by Aug 30on
Do you want to see your photo taken at an SCI workcamp as SCI’s Facebook cover photo? Chose your best workcamp photo, send it to us and take part in the competition! Deadline: 18th of September!
Photo taken in MIDI Workcamp Coordinators’ Training 2016
Posted by Aug 26on
We would like to share the following message from our Italian Branch, SCI Italy in the aftermath of the earthquake that struck central Italy on Wednesday and continues to be effected with strong aftershocks. We want to share our deepest condolences for all the loss and send strength in these challenging times, we extend our solidarity and support.
Posted by Aug 24on
The August edition of our monthly newsletter, the SCI E-Zine is out! As always, it's full of news from all our volunteer projects from our branches and working groups, the latest from the International Secretariat with updates from our current campaign and programme, calls for trainings, seminars and competitions! If you would like to receive a round-up of the latest SCI news straight to your inbox, don't forget to subscribe!
Posted by Aug 22on
The main aim of a Human Library is to enable people to meet, listen to each other, overcome fears and/or prejudices. On the 26th of June, SCI Switzerland organized a Human Library with refugee stories in one of Berne's transit centers for asylum seekers. The event was part of an "open doors day" where neighbours and interested people could come and visit the facilities and its inhabitants.