Summary of topics, aims of the project
“Sharing is Caring! Collective Action and Common Solutions” is a 6-day seminar for 40 young Europeans about commons and youth activism that will take place in Armenia from 25th April to 2nd of May 2015.
- preparatory meeting in March
- the seminar in April
- help with reporting of the event
- follow-up work
The main responsibilities of the prep-team will be:
- Organize the basic preparation (food plan, finances, etc.) and join both on-line and physical preparatory meetings;
- Prepare a call for participants, select the most fitting ones, prepare participants for the event and provide them with all necessary information;
- Prepare the program and cooperate with speakers, experts, trainer and partners;
- Help with the promotion of the event;
- Take care of practicalities and for well-being of the participants;
- Help with documentation of the event.
Being a prep-team member at CDN event would offer you:
- An unforgettable experience;
- Working in a dynamic and international environment;
- Experience in managing youth projects – preparation, implementation and reporting;
- Getting familiar with Green values and CDN work;
- A chance to improve your skills and enhance them with a lot of experience;
- A possibility to develop your leadership skills and group work;
- A lot of work and a lot of fun!
Prep-team members should:
- Speak English (you should be able to express yourself, write e-mails and understand English);
- Be willing to take on a challenge;
- Be responsible towards the taken tasks and the rest of the group;
- Have good organizational skills;
- Be a good team player;
- Be committed to agreed aims of the project;
- Be available to travel to the meeting and the seminar;
- Be available on-line and timely follow e-mail communication from February to July 2015.
Travel: CDN will cover 100% of prep-team members’ costs. For selection of travel the condition is to combine the most efficient and environmentally friendly way (lowest price+ travel time +CO2 emissions). Accommodation and food will be provided.
Program will be based on principles of non-formal and intercultural learning. We strive for active, inclusive and direct communication and transfer of knowledge. Sessions will be balanced between theoretical inputs, workshops, role-plays, debates, discussions, reflection and other interactive methods of learning.