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University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Germany (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Germany National Report. This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Germany. Published by the VALUE Project, 2009 (by the Leuphana University Lüneburg and the University of Hamburg)

Available in English and German

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Spain (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Spain National Report. This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Spain. Published by the VALUE Project, November 2009  (Authors: Ana Villa, Observatorio del Tercer Sector / Margarita Farran, IL3 – Universitat de Barcelona)

Available in Spanish and English

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Poland (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Poland National Report. This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Poland. Published by the VALUE Project, October 2009 (Authors: Malgorzata Kolodziejczyk W. J. Grabski Public Library)

Available in English and Polish

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Slovakia (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Slovakia National Report.This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Slovakia. Published by the VALUE Project, October  (Authors: Alzbeta Mrackova, C.A.R.D.O.)

Available in Slovak and English

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in the Netherlands (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Netherlands  National Report.This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in the Netherlands . Published by the VALUE Project, October 2009  (Authors: Ruud Duvekot, Koen Muhlradt & Jan Minkhorst, INHolland University - NOC*NSF - Academie voor Sportkader)

Available in English and Dutch

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Italy (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Italy National Report. This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Italy. Published by the VALUE Project, October 2009  (Authors: Ksenija Fonovic, CSVnet)

Available in English and Italian

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Turkey (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Turkey National Report.This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Turkey. Published by the VALUE Project, October 2009  (Authors: Nuray YILDIRIM, Middle East Technical University Continuing Education Centre / Emrah YILDIRIM, ILKYAR-Education Foundation for Elementary Schools)

Available in Turkish, English, German

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in Austria (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: Austiral National Report.This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in Austria. Published by the VALUE Project, October 2009 (Authors: Dr. Andrea Waxenegger, Center for Continuing Education, University of Graz)

Available in English and German

University Lifelong Learning and volunteering in the UK (VALUE), 2009

VALUE: UK National Report.This document reports on the interaction between University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) and volunteering in the UK. Published by the VALUE Project, August 2009 (Authors: Nick Ockenden, the Institute for Volunteering Research, Alison Hughes and Carol Stewart, University of Liverpool)

Available in English, Slovak, Spanish, Catalan, Italian

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Since its opening in 1997, L'ENVOL pour les enfants européens has welcomed in the spring and summer close to 6,000 children (about 600 per year). All of them suffer from chronic and serious illnesses which usually confines them within a caring yet narrow world of hospital and family.

In twelve days in an exceptional setting, the domain of Echouboulains -- chateau, park plus 30 hectares complete with swimming pool and workshops -- the children discover a community through numerous activities. Their stay is safe: they benefit from constant medical supervision and a adult for every two children. This adventure allows them to live more easily with their illness and regain confidence in their bodies, their future and other people.

 

The involvment of many volunteers to insure the welcome of children with serious illnesses is a fundamental part of the spirit of L'ENVOL. About 30 volunteers participate at each of these camps. About 200 volunteers per year. They are totally involved in our mission for children. The volunteers are carefully selected, trained and managed by our staff. They support us to implement the activities at camp. It allows all those wishing to live a unique experience supporting children with serious illnesses.

There is a great need for volunteers, apart from taking care of children, on a permanent basis which covers the activities of doctors, nurses, activities leaders, etc. The duration of this support can be adapted to each case and the volunteer's time available.

 

The volunteers stay for a session in the center, attached to a group together with salaried counselors. Four counselors take care of eight children.

Volunteers are fed and lodged.

 

Volunteers'enrolment files should be sent to L'ENVOL according to the model given here: http://www.lenvol.asso.fr/IMG/pdf/Dossier_Benevolat_2011-5.pdf

 

Candidates must be more than 20 years old,  stable minded, strong and speak french. Like taking care of children is an other condition.

 

They can get additional information by calling Volunteer and counsellor Departement:
Christine Marques
Téléphone: +33 (0)1 60 73 58 72
Fax: +33 (0)1 60 73 58 59
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