MONLERAS 2016 II
- Instituto de la Juventud
- - Main Activity : The main work will consist of conducting a series of simple infrastructures that will address the needs of the space called The Land of the Games . These actions will create basic elements for the development of activities in this place: -Conclusion of the oven to bake bread and the bakery: completion of the oven, Spanish roof tile, walls plastering by using traditional lime techniques, wood carpentry in windows, etc. -Build a shed to be used in activities and workshops. -Repairs of existing playgrounds. In all these buildings we will make use of low impact criteria, traditional building techniques and eco-efficient technology. The young volunteers will gain skills in self-construction, bio-building and sustainability; they will learn stone-carving as well as other mud, lime and wood work techniques; use of local and recycled materials.
- - YOUTH HOSTEL LA CABAUELA
- - MONLERAS (SALAMANCA) -- LEISURE ACTIVITIES: On the other hand, but simultaneously, the young volunteers signing up for this camp will participate in diverse activities of socio-cultural animation and rural revival, collaborating with distinct municipal associations, taking advantage of the possibilities offered by popular games and cultural tradition. Among others, the following activities are proposed: - Trade and Craft Fair - Rural life and culture workshop - Environmental workshop - Intergenerational games and activities - Experience a day with a family - Artistic creativity workshop: decoration of the Cultural Centre - Participation in the Cultural Evenings at the Amphitheatre. Also, to spend their free time, there will be other cultural, recreational or sportive activities and workshops directed to the group of young participants, such as: - Day trips to Salamanca and Las Arribes del Duero ( portuguese border) - Workshops of artistic expression - Dramatization and corporal expression - Sport activities - Night activities of animation - International cooking workshop.
- - LANGUAGES SPOKEN : English/Spanish -- THINGS TO BRING: European Health Card for EU volunteers. Small knapsack, shower slippers, summer clothes, something warmer for the cold nights. Comfortable and sporty footwear Working clothes: trousers, shoes, hat or cap. Sun protection: sunscreen, glasses Personal hygiene, beach towels. Bed sheets, blankets and shower towels are provided in the youth hostel -- PROFILE, COMMITMENT OF PARTICIPANTS : Young people with social concerns, who want to get a better grasp of the rural world through involvement in a community project in a small town in western Castilla. Young people interested in bio-building and the knowledge of traditional culture for sustainable living. -- INTERNAL RULES : The young volunteers will have to respect some basic house rules towards their mates and the leaders. During their stay, they will have to stay in the Work Camp, respect the established schedules and take part in the activities organised for the group.
SVI is the Spanish association which represents the Spanish workcamps managed by the Autonomous Regions (except those in Catalonia). We are under the Institute of Youth (Injuve). Injuve, an Autonomous Department of the Ministry of Health, Social Policy and Equality, has, for some years now, been promoting specific programmes which are aimed at increasing and favouring different travel possibilities for young people. This enables those under 30 years of age to become aware of other realities, visit other places and have access to other cultures. Included among these programmes is one known as International Voluntary Service (SVI), which deals only with workcamps. These are aimed at youth between 18 and 26 years old and their main objectives are: - To encourage conduct that will favour the exchange of ideas and young people‚Äôs global development. This is achieved by volunteering and from the contributions made by youth from their own experience. This strengthens intercultural learning processes, personal development and the reinforcement of democratic values. - To integrate experiences, personal knowledge and the global development of youth in the carrying out of an activity, within the framework of voluntary service. The Youth Institute co-ordinates the exchange of places for young Spaniards wanting to volunteer in foreign workcamps and foreigners wanting to volunteer in Spanish workcamps. The Spanish workcamps are managed by the Autonomous Regions.
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