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EVS Tale of the Two Cities booklet

Booklet describing the amazing learning adventure that Izabela and Dariusz have had through Erasmus+ EVS project TALE OF THE TWO CITIES

Introduction GENERAL

Introduction GENERAL OVERVIEW Tale of the two cities is one of many projects organized under the Erasmus+ EVS program. The European Voluntary Service is an exclusive European Union initiative that helps young- adults travel abroad to take part in volunteering projects to obtain valuable experience for either future professional career or to broaden knowledge for better understanding of specific global issues. All EVS projects touch different sectors and include a wide range of activities, such as cultural reciprocity, environmental protection, social care and many others. Along as every entrant of the project fulfils bestowed upon him/ her duties, they also excel in their personal development that later on be officially recognize by obtainment of the Youthpass Certificate. Youthpass Certificate is an officially approved document that recognizes learning outcomes from youth work activities such as EVS, Mobility of Youth Workers, Structured Dialogue meetings and other programs instituted by the European Commission to promote non-formal learning. EVS Programs last from minimum 2 weeks to up to 12 moths. All necessary costs related to the volunteering project, such as accommodation, travel and local transport, - are covered by the organizing party. Additionally, participants are provided with insurance during their time abroad and may receive an allowance of modest amount of money for basic needs. All EVS programs are opened for anyone between the ages of 17 and 30. To apply you can either directly contact the sending organization or European Youth Portal. More information at: