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[EPM] Invitation for International Camp and Workshops in Palestine

Let us go to Palestine

Join us for:

International Exchange Project in Palestine

Theme: Voluntary work for Palestinian Youth and Social and Cultural interaction.

Open to: Everyone interested from all over the world.

Costs: 450$ including Food, Accommodation, Picking up from the airport, Transportation, trips and Health Insurance.

Venue: An-Najah National University – Nablus – Palestine.

Age: 18 – 80 Years old.

Description:

Want to improve your awareness of the Palestine Question and engage culturally and socially with Palestinian daily life? Then apply for this work camp and spend an unforgettable two weeks in one of the most holy lands in the world.

The two weeks long cultural programme will shed light on the Palestinian experience. An-Najah National University in Nablus-Palestine invites people from across the world to explore this opportunity. We offer the opportunity for international volunteers to volunteer for our students for two weeks. You will also have the unique opportunity to travel across Palestine, visit sites of historical importance and engage with traditional Palestinian culture, accompanied by local volunteers.

Through international voluntary work and skill sharing, it is possible to help empower young Palestinians to create a better reality for themselves. Many international volunteers have good qualifications and skills to share with our local students, as well as, a willingness to provide assistance to our students who will attend the training workshops offered by the international volunteers.

The daily voluntary work lasts for 2-4 hours. The international volunteers will give different training workshops, which is optional and not a must. The workshops are varying; such as Public Speaking, English Conversation, Debating Skills, Communication Skills, Capacity/ Competency Building, Social Media, Film Production and Editing, etc. However, if you believe you have something different to offer for the students then you are always welcome to bring your own workshop ideas to the table. Training workshops will take place from Sunday to Thursday from 14:00 – 18:00. (Optional).
How to apply?

If you are interested in joining us, do not hesitate to apply for one of our international work camps:
Suggested dates of our exchange work camps:

You can make a Difference : 01st – 14th July 2018

Reach out and influence someone : 01st – 14th August 2018

Taking You Forward : 03rd – 16th September 2018
Best regards,

Zajel Youth Exchange Program
Public Relations Department
An-Najah National University
Nablus, Palestine
youthexchange@najah.edu
zajel.camp@gmail.com
http://youth.najah.edu/
Facebook: https://goo.gl/tBxvzf
Tel: 009702345113-Ex: 2201
Mobile: 00970592444817
Fax: 0097092345982

 

[SCI] Call for tender: Visual Identity for Service Civil International

http://www.sci.ngo/entry/2018/03/02/497-call-for-tender-visual-identity-for-service-civil-international

SCI is looking for a graphic designer, that would design our renewed logo as well as a 100 years special edition of it!

SCI will have existed for 100 years in 2020. As part of the celebrations and to take SCI into the future, SCI is releasing an open call for a new and refeshed logo, as well as a special 100 edition logo and some promotional templates.

Are you familiar with SCI’s values, goals and mission?
Would you like take part in designing the future SCI?

Find the call here, with all the details!

Please note, that we are asking for a very quick, rough sketch, as well as the filled table with your quote.
The deadline is 14 March 2018. The decision will be made at the latest on 19 March 2018.

Looking forward to receiving you sketches!

MEMBERS BLOGS

Becoming deeply involved with SCI

A Long-term Volunteer Story By Morgana Jolin-Thomas

Becoming so deeply involved with SCI wasn’t what I planned. I had just spent four years at university studying Economics, specialising in international economic relations so my brain was full, to the point of exploding, with the hard realities of global politics and power. I had begun my studies full of enthusiasm; I had this huge feeling inside me that with just a little bit of effort, I could solve the world’s problems. I soon became immersed in a world of economic theory, profit motives, multinational corporations and conflicts over resources. Hundreds of years of history put the state of the modern world into context. I came to realise that I wasn’t the first person to have the bright idea to try and sort out this mess.

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