ACCOMMODATION, FOOD AND TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS
MEH will provide the accommodation for the volunteers. This will be a safe and clean accommodation which is both close to the work place, to the utilities and also placed in a neighbourhood, well connected by public transports. Usually the accommodation is shared with other volunteers or other young people living in Liverpool, since we encourage them to meet new people and build a network with volunteers but also to get in touch with the local community. The accommodation will remain available for the volunteer throughout the entire projct.
TRAINING DURING THE ACTIVITY
An online pre-departure training facilitated by MEH and the sending organisation. Volunteers will: – Receive an Info kit where they will be informed about the objective of ESC, CIGNA insurance and the importance of EUROPASS and YOUTHPASS – Information about MEH, the role of sending and receiving organisations. A Welcoming package to Liverpool with all the information about the city, facilities, what to expect and what do the city offers. During the on-arrival training MEH will provide volunteers with information about the country and city we live in and on how to use inclusive language.
From 18 to 30 years old from European or non-EU countries which are interested in topics of social inclusion, youth, migration, active citizenship and disability, 01/10/2022 or people who face challenges such as social and geographical obstacles, disability, cultural differences of disadvantaged economic backgrounds. At least a B1 level of English for the daily tasks of the volunteer and to engage with the local community. In terms of attitude, the volunteers should be innovative and responsible, with good communication and social skills, being open-minded and having a non-discriminatory attitude.
total of 24 week(s) during the period 01/10/2022 to 31/05/2023
The Joseph Lappin Centre, Mill Lane, L13 5TF Liverpool United Kingdom