Upcoming IPPs

Every International Peoples Project (IPP) is different. Project themes are developed by responding to an identified need within a community, and run in partnership with a local organization.

2021

Germany - Coastlines (2 to 16 April 2021)

Coastlines : Can we help protect the climate by protecting our coasts?

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Where and When

Kiel, Germany. 2 – 16 April 2021.

Educational Content Area

Sustainable Development

Project Description

Staying on a North Sea island – part of a UNESCO biosphere reserve – this IPP will explore the links between protection of our coastlines, and climate protection.

(more information coming soon)

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • be willing to work outside.
  • live near the shore, and bring knowledge from within their own community.
  • professionals from fields relating to climate or ocean research will be very welcome.
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community.
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-004 Germany

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Denmark - Generation organic (3 to 17 July 2021)

Generation organic : Sustainability education and climate action through organic farming

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Where and When

North Zealand, Denmark. 3 to 17 July 2021.

Educational Content Area

Sustainable Development

Project Description

This IPP aims to give participants hands on experiences with organic farming and climate learning. It will consider how we can incorporate practical actions for sustainability, in to our daily lives.

(more information coming soon)

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • Have experience or an interest in sustainability.
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community.
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-004 Germany

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Mongolia - Compassionate Classrooms (10 to 24 July 2021)

Compassionate Classrooms : Capacity building through holistic education

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Where and When

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. 10 to 24 July 2021.

Educational Content Area

Sustainable Development

Project Description

Through this IPP, participants will learn about the existing informal educational system and its issues in Mongolia. The IPP aims to help build capacity at a summer camp, through training of local leaders, and remodelling existing curriculums, using social, emotional, and ethical learning activities.

(more information coming soon)

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • be open minded, resourceful, self-aware, mindful.
  • be able to communicate using non-verbal methods.
  • have an interest and/or experience in international summer camp activities and organization, holistic education, or mental health issues
  • previous work or volunteer experience with children and volunteers would be an asset
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community.
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-006 Mongolia

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Czech Republic - Humans! Right? (11 to 25 July 2020)

Humans! Right?

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Where and When

Prague, Czech Republic. 11 to 25 July to 2020

Educational Content Area

Human Rights

Project Description

This IPP returns to Saint Joseph’s for the third time, to work with residents with Multiple Sclerosis. Participants will explore human rights in the context of disability.

(more information coming soon)

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • be socially sensitive, eager to help others, and human(e)
  • be team oriented, stress tolerant, and have a positive attitude.
  • be creative and entertaining. Those who play music instruments, sing or dance are very welcome.
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-001 Czech Republic

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Italy - Food and dignity for all (31 July to 14 August 2021)

Food and dignity for all – social care and models of support

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Where and When

Bologne, Italy. 1 to 15 August 2020.

Educational Content Area

Human Rights

Project Description

Participants in this IPP will work in a community kitchen that is open to everybody in need. The IPP will explore social support available for marginalised members of society and models of cooperation between the state and non-profit world.

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • be open minded, resourceful, and non-judgmental.
  • be culturally sensitive.
  • be ready to offer human warmth to less advantaged people.
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community.
  • artists would be welcome.
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-004 Italy

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Japan - Crisis and new futures (12 to 28 August 2021)

Crisis and new futures : Exploring shared experiences of disaster

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Where and When

Kanto, Japan. 12 to 28 August 2021.

Educational Content Area

Sustainable Development

Project Description

Following on from 2019’s successful ‘Stories of Fukushima’ this IPP will return to the community of Iitate village, It will continue to explore life after the nuclear accident and the community’s rebuilding strategies, whilst considering certain similarities between the aftermath of the disaster, and our experience of the current Covid-19 crisis.

(more information coming soon)

Participant Profile

Participants should ideally:

  • Have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis in any way, directly or indirectly.
  • Be willing to share their experiences and points of view.
  • Be good communicators, and willing to interact and cooperate with people from different backgrounds and ages.
  • be willing to prepare an activity sharing a perspective or example of the theme from their own country or community.
  • Optional: artists or having an interest in arts and crafts will be particularly welcome in case we engage in an art community project (This element has not been confirmed).
How to take part

Contact your nearest CISV National Association and register your interest for IPP P-2021-005 Japan

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