Short-term (2 to 4 weeks) "study/educational" projects in Iceland

15 projects found from 1.1.2017 to 31.12.2017

Country Type of Work Start End Vols. Code
Iceland Arts Project - Cultural Project - Study/Educational 17.01.2017 26.01.2017 6 SEEDS 003.

Photo marathon - icelandic midwinter festival

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 18.01.2017 26.01.2017 1 SEEDS 004.

Environmentally aware-icelandic midwinter festival

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 28.01.2017 06.02.2017 4 SEEDS 005.

Photo marathon and winter lights festival

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 08.02.2017 16.02.2017 8 SEEDS 008.

Environmentally aware: in reykjavk

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Arts Project - Educational/Teaching - Study/Educational 18.02.2017 27.02.2017 10 SEEDS 009.

Photo marathon in reykjavk

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 18.02.2017 26.02.2017 8 SEEDS 010.

Environmentally aware: in reykjavk

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 11.03.2017 19.03.2017 8 SEEDS 014.

Environmentally aware: in reykjavk

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland

Iceland Educational/Teaching - Environmental - Study/Educational 22.03.2017 30.03.2017 8 SEEDS 016.

Environmentally aware: in reykjavk

Partner Organisation: SEEDS Iceland


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with the support of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the European «Youth in Action» Programme

Quote of the day

« I had not appreciated that so few people come out in the East Asian countries that my telling them was something extraordinary. This was also the most interesting aspect of the workcamp in terms of trying to expand the awareness of other ways of living, and there was never any hostility or problems because of it. »

David H. from Surrey

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