Voices of Volunteers
One year as an ESC volunteer in Tramonti, Southern Italy
Thirteen-month journey going to end, or…?
A changed individual with SCI
Notes of the one whose life will not be the same
My Incredible Peace Journey
The best way to find yourself is to get lost in the service of others
Generations of inspirations through SCI volunteerism
Extract from a letter to my younger me
The way to find myself
The Spirit of Volunteering Work – Good Deeds and Amazing People
Back to my first workcamp
From Ireland to Albania
Hospital Nursing and Clinical Services in Kenya
Youth4Remembrance in Berlin
We are all Dreamers!
My inner healing is simultaneously contributing to healing of the world
Work is Love in Action
Sennrüti, a place of equality
Marija and Diellina about the climate change in Kagel, Germany
The subtle art of being a “decent” camp leader
Somewhere in the Swiss Forest
A summer of workcamps in Kosovo
Paint the walls away in Mitrovica
Mutual integration in Monar Wyszków
At least I tried. Our workcamp in the wild
It is part of your work “to improve the environment a bit”
Relaxation, spirituality and excitement in Draganac Monastery
Memories of volunteering from El Salvador
Peace on the streets
Peace Messenger Study Session in Strasbourg
Volunteer summer in the Mountains of the Balkans
Wonderful days at farming workcamp in Malaysia
Experience in language teaching workcamp
European Solidarity Design was a most wonderful experience!
BioBlitz at Jenolan Caves
“Human Rights from A to Z” training course in Bulgaria
Participating in the Human Rights Training Course
“Festa de la Sopa”, intercultural recipes against racism
One of the greatest privileges possible
Workcamp experience in Killarney National Park
“Diverse” – Youth exchange in Illora, Spain
What European Youth Event 2018 taught me about Europe?
From small steps to big changes
Project Management seminar in Greece
Three generations of volunteering in SCI
Sex and Gender in Berlin 2015
How is it possible, that one can gain so much knowledge in such a short time?
I was super anxious and super excited at the same time as I had never ever travelled alone in my life in such a different country as I come from a patriarchal society so this was a new leap for me.
It is a place where everybody’s voice is heard and respected. We don’t have to pretend to be someone else, neither the giant of our dreams nor the dwarf of our fears.