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Youth in Action ProgrammeMentOring Volunteer Exchanges (MOVE) Training course, Mali Idjos, Serbia (5-9 November 2013)

How do we see the role(s) of mentors in the Long Term Volunteering process? How do we support our mentors? What kind of information do the different branches and partner organisations need to exchange in order to have successful LTV projects?

These are few of the questions raised up in the MentOring Volunteer Exchanges (MOVE) training course in Mali Idjos, Serbia on 5th-9th of November 2013 targeting mainly long-term project coordinators and volunteers who are mentors in their home organisations. The small village in the Vojvodinian countryside hosts altogether 27 volunteers and/or staff members from 16 SCI branches and partner organizations for the training organised in co-operation of SCI Switzerland, VCV Serbia and LTEG (Long Term Exchange) working group.

The project is financed by the ch Stiftung (Swiss agency for the Youth in Action programme). The general goal of the training is to offer a platform for both mentors and LTV coordinators to gain new knowledge through the non-formal educational methods and with the support of colleagues they meet. Because there is a great variety in the experiences and knowledge of participants, parallel sessions are organised to support the learning processes. MentOring Volunteer Exchanges (MOVE) training course in Mali Idjos, Serbia on 5th-9th of November 2013                 MentOring Volunteer Exchanges (MOVE) training course in Mali Idjos, Serbia on 5th-9th of November 2013                                   MentOring Volunteer Exchanges (MOVE) training course in Mali Idjos, Serbia on 5th-9th of November 2013