December 25, 2019

4 lessons learned from our Regional Delivery Teams

When we changed the way we work, we concentrated our people and resources where our volunteers need them most – in our regions. The Regional Delivery […]
December 22, 2019

10 things Junior Branch did in 2019

Junior Branch is a community of young volunteers in CISV. It offers opportunities for youth to develop attitudes, skills, and knowledge through educational initiatives that contribute […]
December 16, 2019

End of the year recommendations from our committees

As a volunteer-led organization, we rely on the contributions of our international teams. Each year, we work with the Standing Committees of the Governing Board: Chapter […]
November 21, 2019

CISV in reality

While growing up you are often faced with the tough choice of being smart and responsible or having fun. Should I study for the test or […]
October 22, 2019

Teaching the future

Being a leader for CISV is one of the most unique and fulfilling experiences you’ll have in your lifetime. You’ll make new friends, explore new cities, […]
October 15, 2019

Managing Conflicts Within Delegations

Managing Conflicts Within Delegations It doesn’t matter if you are an experienced leader or if this is your very first CISV journey, conflicts in camp are […]
October 7, 2019

Leading for Peace

I am 32 years old and have been involved with CISV for 10 years. Being a CISV leader is hard to describe because it is incredibly […]
September 18, 2019

Climate Change: A Threat to Peace

Climate change is the biggest threat to world peace in the 21st century. Extreme weather events are increasing in severity and frequency. This will cause humanitarian […]
July 19, 2019

5 Simple Steps for Conflict Resolution at a Managerial Level

5 Simple Steps for Conflict Resolution at a Managerial Level Conflict in organizations is inevitable, as employees and volunteers have different personalities, goals, and opinions. Learning […]

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