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[Sci-announce] 10th GMLTV – a platform where NGOs working to promote long and mid term volunteering meet.

The GLMTV is an important event for all International Voluntary Service (IVS) NGOs as it
provides a platform where NGOs working to promote long and mid term volunteering meet.

⚫ The only place to meet many partner organizations of LMTV/ EVS

⚫ The best chance for sharing know-how and best practice on LMTV/ EVS

⚫ The right moment to work together on global standards and actions

Dear Friends
Please find attached the call for the 10th Global LMTV Meeting (GLMTV) which will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2019 November 21st-25th co-organized by ALLIANCE, CCIVS, NVDA and SCI, hosted by MOVE together with SCI Malaysia.
Please read the call for all details!
Best wishes
CCIVS Director
1, rue Miollis
75015 Paris, France
Tel. +33 1 45684936
Instagram @ccivsvolunteer
Twitter @ccivs_volunteer  @raising_peace

World Heritage Volunteers – Bahrain – 2 seats available

Dear All,

In the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Volunteers initiative. Opportunity exists with the ARAB HOUSE FOUNDATION under Bahrain Authority for Culture & Antiquities , for International volunteers between 18 to 35 years old concerned in World Heritage preservation.

Volunteers are invited to work on a variety of programs from (22 Nov – 2 Dec 2019) in two UNESCO sites as bellow;

– (Qal’at al-Bahrain): ‪

– (Pearling Path): ‪

Fee will covered all the bellow costs (more details in application) :

Accommodation (4-5 stars hotel)

Airport Assistant and transportation from/to

Foods ( 3 Meals)

Schedule site visit ‪‬ ‬

If you are interesting you can apply via contacting

Our Documentary Video:


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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