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HK-SCI 7.2 HONG KONG Hong Kong Teaching / Social / Study, discussion, Research 01/05/2020 11/05/2020

Global Citizenship Workcamp

Camp code:

HK-SCI 7.2

Country:

Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Start Date:

01 May 2020

End Date:

11 May 2020

Topic:

7: Children and youth

Work Types:

Teaching / Social / Study, discussion, research

Number of volunteers:

6

International age:

18 - 99

National age:

16 - 99

Extra fee to be paid in the hosting country:

50.00 Euro

Required Language:

English

Spoken Language:

English

Description: We work with seven secondary schools in Hong Kong ,educating them about the world. This is our seventh year, hosting and running this Global Education project. We aim to improve global understanding, creativity and cultural awareness of the young people in Hong Kong. 

Type of Work: We've organised three-days-two-nights residential training programs for 40 students. Volunteers need to design and carry out activities for those students. To expand views on different cultures and other countries.

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

During the program, volunteers will also visit schools to conduct a Human Library in which volunteers will become a human book. Volunteers will visit 3 to 4 schools in Hong Kong. 

Study Theme: Global Citizenship, Hong Kong education System, Chinese culture in Hong Kong

Accommodation: Local holiday village, dormitory accommodation shared between volunteers. 

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.

Organization Description: SCI Hong Kong, China is the Chinese group of Service Civil International. It was accepted as a group by the International Executive Committee in 2011.