ЄВС-проект “Peace Council Zurich”
НГО “СВІТ-Україна” шукає учасника для волонтерського проекту в Швейцарії. Дати проекту – серпень 2018 – липень 2019.
Дедлайн – 31 жовтня.
Детальний опис англійською:
- Please apply directly to SVIT-Ukraine with CV and motivation letter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Apply before 31st October 2017
The Swiss Peace Council is a small peace organization that publishes a magazine and organizes different events on international peace and conflict prevention topics. 1 volunteer will accompany the production of the magazine, help with research and maintain the online part of the organization.
The office is located in Zurich, the largest Swiss city. The volunteer will work together with the publisher and head of Peace Council Zurich, occasionally with board members, a co-worker (former EVS-volunteer) and other local working groups in Zurich. Occasionally they will work in the SCI Switzerland office in Berne as part of cooperation between these two organizations. The tasks will be adapted to the knowledge and interest of the volunteer: Organization of (own) events, updating / refurbishing the online part of the organization (website/social media), assisting in research on peace topics for the quarterly published peace magazine, supporting the writing (in German), layouting and publishing of the latter. One aim of the project is the knowledge exchange concerning peace topics between the Peace Council and SCI Switzerland.
Accommodation: The volunteer will either stay in a room with a host family or a room in a shared flat in Zurich.
Requirements: To be able to work in the publishing process of the magazine, a fair amount of German language skills is required as well as English for the research activities. It’s also good to have abilities to maintain the online part of the organization (WordPress-CMS-website and Facebook), but not mandatory. As the staff of the Peace Council is in their second part of life, they’re looking forward to a young and innovative person who has some knowledge with social media to reach out for the younger generation to get them more involved into peace topics.