VolontariAmo – Più di un programma radio

Ciao a tutti volontari e tutte volontarie,

Sono Milica. Vengo dalla Serbia e il mio SVE è  un programma su Radio Beckwith. VolontariAmo è una trasmissione radio che dà la voce a volontari per promuovere le attività di  volontariato. 

Abbiamo avuto l’idea di fare un programma radiofonico dedicato a questo tema perché ci sembrava  giusto dare lo spazio e il tempo a un movimento come volontariato. Il volontariato l’ho sempre visto come un’attività che arricchisce da tutti i punti di vista sia professionali che personali. Potrei tranquillamente dire che fare il volontariato è anche un mio modo di vivere. (Si, sempre senza soldi).  Il poter parlare alla radio (oltre al fatto che mi piace parlare in generale) di questo tema, sempre sperando che possa raggiungere altri e spingerli a mettersi in gioco, mi fa tanto piacere. L’opportunità di avere un programma radio che mi è stata data mi ha fatto conoscere tante persone tramite le interviste che ho fatto. Ho scoperto vari posti e vari paesi. Infatti, ho viaggiato, anche se ero seduta in uno studio radiofonico. (E’ più comodo di FlixBus). E questi posti li ho visti tramite gli occhi delle persone che ci hanno vissuto e hanno fatto volontariato. Dopo aver sentito le storie delle loro esperienze, sono ancora più sicura del fatto che il volontariato è una finestra verso tutto il mondo.

Oltre a questo, in Radio Beckwith ho scoperto il mondo di radio, il mondo di microfoni, regie, registrazioni e repliche. Un mondo dei giornalisti che che hanno anni di esperienza e che ti rispettano come se tu avessi la stessa esperienza.

Durante il mio SVE ho trovato una nuova famiglia sia quella in radio, sia quella a casa con la mia coinquilina indiana e tedesca che con amore e amicizia hanno reso il nostro appartamento davvero una casa, Adesso quando le persone mi chiedono come sto, non rispondo solo con ‘’ sto bene ‘’, ma anche con ‘’sono felice’’ (anche se mangio tanto piccante).

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Ah, è questa è la pagina Facebook della nostra trasmissione: http://www.facebook.com/VolontariAmoRbe/

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Non-formal education – wasting time or the way to success?

I was a little, when I started to engage in various projects, many people told me that I was losing time, and most important was formal education in school and next university,
I often ask myself -Why is important Non-formal education? When I grew up realized that Non-formal education is the most important for the development of the person and society.
By many authors non-formal education is seen as the “ideal’ form of education, far better in all respects than formal education. By others however it came to be seen as a sub-system of education, certainly not superior and by some as considerably inferior as formal schooling.
Let’s look at the basic definitions of different kinds of education.
Formal education : the hierarchically structured, chronologically graded ‘education system’, running from primary school through the university and including, in addition to general academic studies, a variety of specialized programmes and institutions for full-time technical and professional training.
Informal education: the truly lifelong process whereby every individual acquires attitudes, values, skills and knowledge from daily experience and the educative influences and resources in his or her environment – from family and neighbours, from work and play, from the market place, the library and the mass media.
Non-Formal Education: any organized educational activity outside the established formal system – whether operating separately or as an important feature of some broader activity – that is intended to serve identifiable learning clienteles and learning objectives.
Non-formal education became part of the international discourse on education policy in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It can be seen as related to the concepts of recurrent and lifelong learning.
EVS Is the best way to get informal education, learn how to solve problems through effective means, Meet people with different opinions, traditions and culture, To improve language skills.
In my work, I often need to used non-verbal communication, because I working with children, I helped them to do homework, once a week we have youth club, plan and organize different activities. I’m very happy to become a member of the European Volunteer Service and do the work that I like very much.
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#WHAD – We Have a Dream! – Youth Exchange

From the 12th to the 18th of April 2017 we organized a Youth Exchange in Budapest. Four groups of youngsters between 15 and 17 years old from Hungary, Italy, Jordan and Kosovo were led by Youth Workers in this great experience. In 6 days of Exchange youngsters participated in activities of theater education and learned how much this tool can help inclusion and integration between diversities.

Here you have video diaries made by our Youth Worker Abel Jaservic, enjoy!

Video – day 1

Video – day 2

Video – day 3

Video – day 4

Don’t forget to follow our Youtube channel, but also our facebook page: WHAD – We Have a Dream!

Staff of Diaconia Valdese – Giovani e Territorio, Coordinating Organisation of the project.  

#WHAD Project – Training for Youth Workers

From the 12th to the 18th of March 2017 we hosted the Training for Youth Workers for the project #WHAD – We Have a Dream! The activiy gathered youth workers from Hungary, Jordan, Italy and Kosovo. The main topic of the Training was theater education for inclusion of young people.

Here you have three great video diaries made by our Youth Worker Abel Jasarevic. Enjoy!

Video Diary – day 1

Video Diary – day 2

Video Diary – day 3

….and don’t forget to become follower of our youtube channel!

Staff of Diaconia Valdese – Giovani e Territorio, Coordinating Organisation of the project