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Start date: Aug 1, 2012,

In the new edition of Egyesek Youth Association's long-term EVS project we continue the programme what we are already developing for 4 years. The volunteers will come from 6 different countries (FR, GE, IT, ES, MX, UA) and maintain the activity in KEKSz programme which we have created 12 years ago in order to provide non-formal learning opportunities to youth in their leisure time. This programme is already acclaimed in several international and national awards and it is a role-model in Hungary. Until 2011 we were cooperating with Karinthy Frigyes High School and in our last EVS project we extended our reach to Berzsenyi Dániel High School and Forrai Magániskola. The EVSers will be here for 12 months and organize voluntary actions, deliver information about possibilities in the EU, create media and recycling workshops, support local communities in realizing their own initiatives, cooperate with schools in their needs, promote trainings, exchanges, camps among local youth. These activities will be carried out always on voluntary basis and they are very appreciated by the leadership of the schools and the local communitites. They also have possibility to join to Egyesek's staff by supporting them realizing projects. We always give space to the volunteers to implement their own ideas in order to reach more youngsters. They will work on the field which creates the chance for them to learn about different aspects of realities in Hungary. They will be involved activities in SOFI which is a school for less opportunity children and youth, work in a high school which is in a periphery of Budapest, they will have the chance to do outreach youth work and rural development in the countryside. Their presence always brings intercultural context to the activities which is a unique learning opportunities to everyone in order to widen their way of thinking and have better understanding on each other's culture.

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