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Since 1997, Bryson Charitable Group, is one of a number of organisations, that have hosted and sent volunteers internationally through the European Commission's European Voluntary Service (EVS) - an international volunteering programme open to any 18-30 year old.
Action 2 - European Voluntary Service European Voluntary Service supports young people to spend up to one year in a country other than their own to participate in civic activities as voluntary workers.
European Voluntary Service gives young people the chance to volunteer for two to 12 months with placements in social, cultural, environmental and sports sectors.
Previous programmes Through the successive phases of the Youth for Europe programme, the European Voluntary Service and the Youth programme, the European Union has initiated a series of measures to implement Article 149(2) of the EU treaties, which states that "Community action shall be aimed .
These are just a few of the young Scots taking advantage of the European Voluntary Service scheme in 2005.
Organisation: Church of Brethren Main theme for the project: Education through sport and outdoor activities Project type: European Voluntary Service Country: Slovakia Place: Michalovce The project starts: 2013-5-1 The project ends: 2013-10-31 Deadline for applications: 2013-3-31 Duration: 184 Group age (average): Not specified Summary of the project: Self-helped construction of center for youth and children.
The former Cramlington High pupil, who had only recently returned from working for the European Voluntary Service in Sweden, where he helped schools and elderly people to improve their homes and facilities, said: "I've been left physically and mentally scarred by this.
Then European Voluntary Service may be the answer .