• Freiwilligenarbeit in Argentinien mit Voluntario Global

    Seit mehr als 10 Jahre bringen wir Kulturen zusammen

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Wer Wir Sind

Wer Wir Sind

Wir als Voluntario Global verstehen uns als sogenannte "community builders". Ein Community Builder ist jemand der, statt seine professionelle Hilfe anzubieten, in die Gemeinden geht, um sie von innen heraus kennenzulernen, mitsamt ihren Schwächen und Stärken. Auf diese Weise haben wir über die Jahre starke und tiefe Beziehungen zu jeder Gemeinde aufgebaut, mit der wir zusammenarbeiten. Beziehungen, die ein Leben lang halten sollen.

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Unsere Arbeit

Unsere Arbeit

Unsere Mission ist es, lokale Organisationen zu stärken und miteinander zu verbinden, um so die Lebensqualität der Gemeinden zu verbessern und eine einheitliche Vorgehensweise für die kommunale Entwicklung zu erreichen. Zudem möchten wir ein Netzwerk aus internationalen Freiwilligen und lokalen Einrichtungen aufbauen, mit dem Ziel, den Kultur- und Ideenaustausch zu fördern, der den Beteiligten hilft, auf jeweils unterschiedliche Weise zu wachsen.

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Unsere Projekte

Unsere Projekte

Die lokalen Organisationen und Gemeinden, mit denen wir Hand in Hand arbeiten, bilden das Fundament von Voluntario Global. Gemeinsam arbeiten wir an den Zielen der Projektarbeit und definieren das Freiwilligen-Profil, welches für diese hilfreich ist. Ganz einfach gesagt: ohne die vielen Partnerorganisationen würde Voluntario Global nicht existieren. Wir unterstützen sie in ihrem Wachstum und ihrer Entwicklung.

 

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Anmeldung

Anmeldung

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Erfahrungsberichte

Erfahrungsberichte

Ehemalige Freiwillige möchten ihre Erfahrungen mit allen Interessenten für Frewiilligenarbeit teilen, damit sie ungefähr nachfühlen können, wie es ist, mit uns zu arbeiten. Hier findest du die neusten Berichte unserer Ehemaligen.

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The Volunteer Blog

THE KEY ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

THE KEY ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

This pandemic has shown us the strong negative impact that human actions have on the planet without a sustainable perspective. We are acquiring new habits, restructuring our way of life to take care of each other, but are we really thinking about the future and the environment?

THE VOICE OF OUR PEERS: CHAPTER THIRTEEN

THE VOICE OF OUR PEERS: CHAPTER THIRTEEN

CHAPTER 13: LORENA'S REFLECTIONS
QUARANTINED DAYS
These days in social isolation are moments that provide an opportunity to reflect on the world in which we live...

THE VOICE OF OUR PEERS: CHAPTER TWELVE

THE VOICE OF OUR PEERS: CHAPTER TWELVE

CHAPTER 12: REFLECTIONS OF LUZ

THE VIRUS OF FEAR

WHY DO HUMAN SOCIETIES PROCESS FOOD?

WHY DO HUMAN SOCIETIES PROCESS FOOD?

To continue thinking about our food in terms of food security and sovereignty, @ComunidadPacheco reflected on ultra-processed food...

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Non Profit in Argentina

Non Profit in Argentina

Let’s talk about soft skills: Open-Mindedness⠀ Open-mindedness involves the ability to be open to new ideas, experiences, theories, people, and ways of living. It is also about adopting a fair and respectful attitude towards opinions, beliefs, and practices that differ from one's own. One of the main factors in this skill is tolerance: being well disposed implies accepting others without judging, negatively criticizing or being unpleasant. ⠀ ⠀ Open-mindedness helps us to maintain proper communication and allows us to deal with change more smoothly. Traveling to another country and getting to know another culture implies a certain amount of newness: different languages, other landscapes, other habits, different attitudes, and ways of relating. Having an open mind does not necessarily mean adopting all these new customs, it's about understanding. ⠀ ⠀ When volunteering, everyone can develop open-mindedness and tolerance. Volunteering helps to understand all these matters from another perspective. It is an immersion in the culture. Being a volunteer implies relating to local people differently, from a place of exchange and learning. Every culture has a history that is reflected in the ways of being of each society. Having a daily approach helps to have a greater understanding and avoid prejudice. ⠀ ⠀ One of the things we emphasized most in the introductory meeting is to be open with the differences they find. It is important not to judge and to learn from it. Also, volunteering implies tutoring, so there is always someone to talk to about habits, culture, and adaptation to what is different. ⠀ https://bit.ly/2DJsXO5⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #softskills #openminded #volunteering #volunteeringabroad

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Non Profit in Argentina

Non Profit in Argentina

👉 This pandemic has shown us the strong negative impact that human actions have on the planet without a sustainable perspective. We are acquiring new habits, restructuring our way of life to take care of each other, but are we really thinking about the future and the environment?⠀ In this context, one of the aspects we have to take into account is touristic activity and the need to promote responsible tourism practices. Responsible tourism implies economic, environmental, and socio-cultural aspects to be taken into account when one travels. In fact, The World Tourism Organization (WTO) refers to responsible tourism as tourism that minimizes its possible negative consequences for the environment, cultural heritage, and societies around the world.⠀ It is for this reason that we have always promoted volunteering as an experience and a decision to promote responsible tourism. We believe that it is important to think about what impact we are having with our actions and to be more aware of it. We try to separate in some aspects a volunteer from a regular tourist because we promote an idea of volunteering that tries to move away from the activity of aggressive tourist consumption. Volunteering implies generating a bond with the place you are in, with its people, with its culture and also with its environment. But it also implies an exchange, there is a connection between both, an experience that is far from taking, observing, and leaving.⠀ We believe that it is also important for future tourism to think about how the situation of the pandemic has affected each country, to investigate, to inquire. All this is also part of a responsible attitude towards our planet.⠀ https://bit.ly/2Xoulgp⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #responsibletourism #COVID #Sustainability #volunteeringabroad #volunteering #NGO #latinamerica

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Non Profit in Argentina

Non Profit in Argentina

LORENA'S REFLECTIONS⠀ QUARANTINED DAYS⠀ These days in social isolation are moments that provide an opportunity to reflect on the world in which we live...⠀ While COVID-19 is presented as our enemy, we must not lose sight of the fact that the pandemic is simply a consequence of the consumer system in which we are immersed, a system that has long excluded and discarded us.⠀ It is interesting to observe how different governments are implementing various prevention-contention-treatment measures, taking into account the urgency of the situation, without ever focusing on the root of the problem. It is clear that, if we continue with the same modes of production, our planet, our home, will be terribly destroyed, with no possibility of regression, and this returns to us in tragic ways. It is incredible that, out of nowhere, hugs and kisses have become dangerous weapons, and not being with our families and friends is an act of love.⠀ It is mentioned that "we are all stopping the virus", but in my opinion, it would be more appropriate to say that "we are all transforming the world", and this is an opportunity to advance more strongly towards a popular economy and an agro-ecological culture.⠀ https://bit.ly/3i33XQP

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Non Profit in Argentina

Non Profit in Argentina

Last Saturday, August 1st, Pachamama Day, we commemorated the sixth anniversary of Comunidad Pacheco. We are very happy to celebrate this great project and share some words of reflection about its history and construction:⠀ ⠀ "In 2014 we began to build our community center, using the resources obtained after the approval of our project presented to the Productive Framework Program of the Ministry of Labor. With the purpose of generating cooperatives, mainly for young people. These 6 years were of work on the land, of construction of power and popular conscience, of struggles, solidarity, and territorial work strengthening ties with partner organizations and neighbors.⠀ ⠀ On this anniversary we named the greenhouse "La Pacha". It seeks to represent our focus and value on the times of the earth, its cycles, and the importance of agroecology as a model that preserves and respects Mother Earth and her people. We are clear that we are part of nature".⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ @ComunidadPacheco??? .⠀ #communitydevelopment #Pachamama #agroecology

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