Tagged: European Solidarity Corps

How to talk about war [Cover design by Dagna Gmitrowicz]

How to talk about war. Facilitating learning in the face of crisis

“How to talk about war” is about how to face crisis situations and make it a topic in non-formal education events, especially if you work with interculturally mixed and transnational groups. Together with Dagna Gmitrowicz and Marta Brzezińska-Hubert we tried out and put together various ways to bring the topic of war to non-formal education and search mutually for ways to handle it within our workshops, seminars and training courses. This small publication is a work-in-progress and an attempt to find first answers and practical ways to talk about war in a non-formal setting. Read more

Mentoring under Construction | Image: Andreea Buzec

Moving on! Mentoring under Construction | 2021

Mentoring under Construction is a community for mentoring practitioners within the European Solidarity Corps programme. Mentoring under Construction aims at identifying, adapting and implementing good practices on mentoring within the European Solidarity Corps programme. It is also a process to build and develop this community. After launching in 2020, the community moved on with it’s activities online. Read more

Mentoring under Construction 2 [Image Andreea Buzec]

Spotlight ON! Mentoring under Construction | 2020

Mentoring under Construction is community for mentoring practitioners within the European Solidarity Corps programme. It is also a process to build and develop this community. Mentoring under Construction aims at identifying, adapting and implementing good practices on mentoring within European Solidarity Corps programme. Read more

Online Training Support in Uncertain Times

Online Training Support for Volunteers in Uncertain Times

In March 2020, within a couple of days transnational mobility events within the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps came to a full stop. Many organisations, trainers and facilitators asked themselves, how they are able to continue their work in times of lock-down and beyond. The idea of moving training activities online became very popular, however it takes a various considerations, before one is able to thrive online. Read more

Volunteers in Poland [Alex Mihis via unsplash.com]

Resources for Volunteers in Poland

What do you need to know to start your voluntary service in Poland? – Check out information and resources for volunteering activities within the European Solidarity Corps (also known as European Voluntary Service) and the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme: volunteering, learning and Youthpass, Poland, it’s history, places to see and travelling tips, learning the Polish language and working with children and youth. Read more