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Voluntary Work Exchanges Booklet Travel | Help | Grow


AIESEC and GHSL are cooperating for the first time to bring more opportunities for Law students. Travel and experience the world this Summer while helping developing communities and having hands-on experience with issues relating to Human rights, Children’s Rights as well as Women’s Rights. This Degree-Plus recognized exchange will give you the chance to meet youth from all over the world, share experiences and learn together as you work to develop local communities abroad. Apply through: bit.ly/LawExchanges Places are Limited.


Children’s Rights: Child Labor “To support the establishment and enforcement of protection for children, including their rights to association with human identity, the basic needs for food, education, health care and protection of children’s civil rights, and freedom.” Working with NGO: www.ubnmet.org INDIA "No Child Should Be Left Behind" - Footprints

"The exchange participant will conduct fun, engaging activities to the deliver the courses incorporated on basic English, computer skills, reading and learning skills, and moral habits to targeted children.The intern will be responsible to gather information on child labour with respect to the current situation of the disease in the global network and developing cross references from the same.Also to plan and volunteer at the event organized for the Child welfare and Social welfare. And spread awareness regarding child's basic right through organized events and online social media portal.."

Accomomodation Accommodation and Food 50 euros per month + 30 euros deposit Visa YES before travelling Dates First week of July [6 weeks]


Empowerment/Humanitarian Action KENYA AFRICA HEALTH COMMUNITY PROGRAMME (AHCP) "The key group requiring attention are the hundreds of millions of Youths, Children and Women living in impoverished and low resource communities around Kenya. Africa Health and Community Program (AHCP) focuses on providing opportunities for these groups through need driven interventions especially in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Youth and Women Empowerment, Children Education, Health and Sanitation and Computer literacy."

Accomomodation Accomodation and Food provided at 150 to 180 euros per month

Visa

Yes 40 Euro on arrival

Dates

First Week of July

[6 weeks]


Further Details Price 175 euro if you go alone 140 euro if you bring a friend along

Possible Funding KSU Research and Opportunity Fund More information on www.ksu.org.mt Erasmus+ Placements More information on www.um.edu.mt/int-eu

DegreePlus Global Citizen projects can be recognized by DegreePlus

GHSL / AIESEC Exchanges