The International Volunteer Day is a good opportunity to give a voice to people who have committed to social projects to improve an environment where society does not manage to do so.
The International Volunteer Day mandated by the UN General Assembly is viewed as a unique occasion for volunteers and organizations to celebrate their efforts and to acknowledge the enormous contribution of volunteers in making this world a better place.
To end energy injustice we need to guarantee rights, because vulnerability comes hand-in-hand with difficulties to access housing, and access to other basic services and utilities such as electricity, gas, running water, telephone services or the internet.
Every year thousands of people from rich countries travel to poor countries in search of a solidary vacation. They want to make a difference, be part of social change and make a contribution to the welfare of humanity, and that desire is exploited by the market in the form of tourism volunteerism or voluntourism.
This type of art grows strong from the need to legitimize culture as a fundamental part of the process to recover and identify the community.
Although last June transsexualism stopped being considered a mental disease, the levels of transphobia around the world are alarming and worrying.
Francesca from Italy and Uliana from Ukraine are two EVS Volunteers working in the Aarhus 2018. They invite you to participate in the event.