ESC teaches me something

Short stories and volunteer ventures

Proud to help Ukrainian refugees

Neamat, ESC volunteer from Egypt When the war started, I felt really bad for what happened to Ukranians. No one…

Oceans, our silent guardians, are in danger

Do we really talk about oceans? We all know about global warming. We all know that we should at least…

ESC volunteers at Family Day in Krakow

Last Sunday our group of European Solidarity Corps volunteers joined Family Day, an event dedicated to families and kids at…

Volunteers’ meeting of May

Each last Thursday of the month, our group of volunteers meets and makes activity altogether. This monthly meeting was opened…

Solidarity as a bridge for Ukrainian refugees

Mariam, ESC volunteer from Georgia World history is dirty, sad and unfair. Smaller countries which have bigger neighbours with an…

Meet Ambra!

Hello, I’m Ambra! I’m Italian and I’m the new volunteer at IB Polska’s Office. I decided to come to Krakow…

Helping Ukrainian refugees is true solidarity

Büşra, ESC volunteer from Turkey “I can’t stand wars in this world”. That’s what I thought on 24th February, when…

Painting emotions and feelings

Christina’s workshop on well being helped us to achieve more self-awareness Christina, our ESC volunteer from Belarus, welcomed us with…

Meet Eugenia!

Salut! My name is Eugenia, and I am from a small country in Europe – Republic of Moldova. While running…

The wish to help has no language

Eugenia, ESC volunteer from Moldova After 24th  February, I became more anxious, I always think and most of my friends…

Meet Emma!

Hello, I’m Emma! ​​I’m 18 years old. I have always lived in Normandy, in the north of France. I was…

Khatia volunteers to “give solidarity back”

Khatia, ESC volunteer from Georgia Hello! I’m Khatia, from Georgia. I work at Szafa Dobra every Thursday and I have…

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