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Yesterday we said goodbye to Shane who joined us at the International Secretariat last October together with Angeliki as part of the EVS project: "Count Me In: Volunteering for a Global Community". Shane was behind all our tweets for the past year and the Climate for Peace Newsletter. Today he returned to Ireland to start his studies in Psychology and Social Sciences and we wish him the best of luck and good wishes for the future. You can read Shane's experience of leading a workcamp with VIA Belgium, it's fresh up on our Voices of Volunteers Blog today! #EVS20

The 3rd Compass Forum on Human Rights Education – Learning Equality; Living Dignity has started! Some 180 participants are at the European Youth Centre Budapest till Saturday morning, among them Service Civil International (SCI) participants! We wish them a great forum and look forward to their reports, in the meantime you can follow the forum live! Read on to find out how! #HREYF16

The new monthly edition of our newsletter, the SCI E-Zine is sent! You can find a variety of topics and news from all our actions from SCI branches and working groups. In case that you are not subscribed, head over to the right side of our website, where you will find the SCI Newsletter subscription box. Put yourself in the list and recieve all the updates every month.

We are happy to let you know that last week we submitted our Work Plan 2017 application to the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe! The team worked on re-submitting the application "A Route to Connect: Youngsters Crossing Borders for a Better Europe" which includes study field visits along the Balkan route, a major awarness raising campaign and supporting Building Bridges in order to promote a more inclusive society.

Each week dozens of volunteers find their ways to the refugee centres of Sofia to support people on the move by holding educational and recreational lessons for children and adults. These volunteers are part of the so-called Refugee Project, an initiative coordinated by CVS?Bulgaria and Caritas Sofia. 


Ebru Art Workshop, Refugee Project, CVS Bulgaria, Sofia (2016), photo: Katerina Stoyanova

 

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