ESC teaches me something

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Tag: European Solidarity Corps

Homemade soap

Under the European Solidarity Corps project, our volunteers have created a creativity club and every week they implement different kind…

“I know this project will be one of the biggest experience in my life” – says Tamara from Georgia

Are you ready to read a new post about our volunteer from Georgia? 🙂 My name is Tamara. I’m 25…

Living in Krakow is really nice, because…

IB Polska is happy to share a very good news with you: From March 2021 We are able to host…

Fighting with Zapiekanka calories

It is a really hard time for everyone, especially for young people. when everything is closed and you must stay…

What are the European Solidarity Corps projects and why did I decide to volunteer in France?

Nowadays there’re lots of possibilities to discover Europe by participating in different types of projects and initiatives. European Solidarity Corps…

Poland on my mind – Back to the country

Have you ever thought about volunteering? Have you ever seen yourself as a volunteer in a foreign country with different…

DomEQ

Even in Corona times we will not stop meeting new people, may it be via Zoom, Skype, or any other…

Rethinking Refugees- A meeting with Sindhuja

A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence….

The Founder of the Special Schools

Let me tell you of a woman whose compassion led to the foundation of the well-known special schools here in…

Monika and her short-term-ESC story!

I was supposed to spend these two months somewhere else but within one day everything changed and I ended up…

Easter in Italy

Since Italy is a religious country Easter is celebrated everywhere and in different ways, even by the ones who are…

Easter in Belgium

The people in Belgium are celebrating Carnival 40 days before Easter. It’s the last time the Belgians are partying before…

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