MIJARC Europe

International Movement of Catholic Agricultural and Rural Youth

Opportunities

A list of educational and employment opportunities which are in line with the values and principles MIJARC Europe promotes


“Let’s be the change” Camp 

Summer camp

1-5 July 2018 | Belgium

Following the positive experiences of last year (see here and here some highlights of the sustainability camp hosted in Portugal by FEC and in Belgium by Broederlijk Delen), Broederljik Delen is organizing “(Let’s) Be the change! Camp“, in the context of the CIDSE campaign Change for the planet – Care for the people.

If you are a member of one of MIJARC Europe’s member organisations, then you have the chance to join a group of about 30-40 young people and live an exciting experience this summer. Participants will have the possibility to share their concrete experiences and to meet other inspiring people, involved in actions for sustainable living in their communities (see few highlights in the flyer). The camp is part of a journey towards the Climate summit and mobilization that will take place in Poland in December 2018.

3 PLACES AVAILABLE – for more information please contact the Secretariat of MIJARC Europe using the contact form on the website or writing an email to: office-europe@mijarc.info


P.E.A.C.E. – Peace, eACTIVISM & Campaigning Education

Seminar/conference

16-22 September 2018 | European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary

This project aims to train youth workers and leaders that work with young people, how to encourage their respective beneficiaries to interact more by creating and sharing digital stories, online campaigns or learning about e-Activism.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 8th June 2018
Registration link: Another peace study visit

The Pacekeep: Religion and conflict

Online training course

6 weeks/4h per week | http://www.futurelearn.com

Understand and analyse the role of religion in conflicts and peacebuilding in present-day societies, with this free online course.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: ongoing registration
Registration link: Religion and conflict

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