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HK-SCI 7.1 HONG KONG HONG KONG Teaching / Work with children 12/03/2019 22/03/2019

Capacity Building and Human Library Workcamp

 

Camp code:

HK-SCI 7.1

Country:

Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Start Date:

12 Mar 2019

End Date:

22 Mar 2019

Topic:

7: Children and youth

Work Types:

Teaching / Work with children

Number of volunteers:

10

Free places for Males:

5

Free places for Females:

5

Free places last update:

07 Oct 2018

International age:

18 - 99

National age:

16 - 99

Extra fee to be paid in the hosting country:

50.00 Euro

Required Language:

English

Description: SCI Hong Kong is working with seven secondary schools in Hong Kong on a Global Education project.We aim to improve Global Understanding Creativity and Life Enrichment of young people.

We are organising a capacity building training for young people and we need volunteers to help us carry out the training.

The seminar will empower youth capacity in creativity, social cohesion, leadership and provide them a vision for the future.

Type of Work: The program is a three-days-two-nights two residential training programs for 25 students each. Non-formal education methods are used and activities in these workshops include story drawings, invisible theatre.

Volunteers to will assist in running the program including preparation of food and workshops.

During the program volunteers will also visit two schools to conduct a Human Library in which volunteers will become a human book.

Study Theme: Global Citizenship

Accommodation: Mt. Davis Youth Hostal, YHA. http://www.yha.org.hk/eng/hostel.php?action_type=detail&hostel_id=1&channel=hostels-near-countryside

Language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Requirements: Interested in Chinese culture and open-minded

Notes: Selected volunteers are required to send us a police report to declare that you have not been convicted of any crimes. This is a legal requirement since volunteers are working with children.