CISV National has posted the nine various and exciting International People’s Projects for 2018.
Participating in IPP means joining with participants from all over the world to work with specialist partner organizations in planning and delivering community-based initiatives.
From Canada, where teams will work with Habitat for Humanity, to Brazil, where participants will to work with people with Down Syndrome, to Egypt, where participants will work with the community to help develop and protect their culture, there is a world of opportunity to help others.
Please check out all the opportunities here.
If interested in applying, download the application here.
International People’s Project is an activity based on one specific theme for people aged 19 and above with at least four delegations depending greatly on the nature of the project.
It must be at least 14 days long and should not be longer than 23 days. It consists of a practical part, in which the participants work on a certain project in cooperation with a partner institution. To complement the educational content of this practical part each delegation gathers information on how the chosen theme is dealt with in its own country. They prepare activities before the IPP and carry them out during the project as a way of demonstrating this information. There may also be seminars and activities organized by the partner institution and/ or other experts. The rest of the group then has an opportunity to exchange opinions on this theme.