In 2020, CISV International launched three national programme models: a Village-based model, a Step-Up based model, and a Day-based model.
In addition to our international educational programmes, CISV International is developing a range of national programme models that can be organized and run by Chapters and National Associations at a local or national level. Supporting our mission of educating and inspiring for a more just and peaceful world, these models can help us broaden our reach and widen our accessibility.
These national programme models are educational experiences and therefore have to meet certain criteria.
- They are planned, delivered and evaluated by CISVers in accordance with CISV’s educational principles.
- They apply our experiential learning method.
- They have defined educational goals and indicators.
- They integrate educational evaluation.
- They link to one or more of CISV’s peace education content areas.
We count as participants those who complete the CISV educational experience. They can be current Chapter members or non-members.
Each programme model has specific and required criteria that define it.
However, they also provide recommendations and variations to give a Chapter or National Association some flexibility to adapt the model to their unique circumstances.
There are three national educational programme models: a Village-based model, a Step-Up based model, and a Day-based model.
If your Chapter or National Association wishes to register their programme on myCISV they can do so by completing the National Programmes Form.
“Before the camp, I wasn’t really sure what to expect but it turned out to be one of my best CISV camps thanks to the wonderful people and the amazing activities!” Participant at a national camp for 15- to 16-year-olds hosted by CISV France.
Is your child taking part in a national programme?
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Want to take part or send your child to a national programme? Contact your CISV National Association.