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CCIVS introduction 2016
Transcript of CCIVS introduction 2016
- Public relations
organisations, in countries, in Continents
international networks (SCI,ICYE)
volunteer places annually
workcamps every year
NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee meeting Bulgaria 2016 with the Director General and Assistant Director General UNESCO
Training on Planning and Fundraising
11 – 17 April 2015, Argentina, hosted by Subir Al Sur
Training on Human Rights, Advocacy and Awarness Raising -Yes we are citizens! The rights of migrant people, refugees and IVS-
4 – 10 May 2015, Belgium, hosted by JAVVA
International Day of Peace action
World Heritage Volunteers
Vision to Action
Growing Capacities for Change
in the IVS Movement'
Raising Peace: From Grassroots actions To Global Campaigns Promoting Peace and Human Rights
Contact Making to Youth Participation
International Network of IVS Includes:
projects developed by IVS organisations annually represent:
CCIVS / Rempart
CCIVS / Bieke Verhelst
CCIVS / UVDA
CCIVS / IIWC
Concrete ACTIVITIES for 2015:
- Seminar on communication
- Peace Action Weeks
- Awareness Raising Actions
- Final Conference
- Global Communication Campaign
- Affiliated actions by members
World Heritage Volunteers Campaign
is directed and supervised by the World Heritage Centre (WHC) in collaboration with CCIVS as the general coordination, European Heritage Volunteers in charge of the Europe coordination and Better World in charge of Asia coordination.
Concrete OBJECTIVES for Raising Peace 2015:
- to increase capacities within the movement for the promotion of human rights and peace;
- to spread awareness and influence for the development of central human rights issues in
- to develop the networking among IVS organisations involved in Human Rights and Peace;
- to consolidate the initiative for a long-term programme
Impact & Sustainability
Planning & Fundraising
Advocacy, Visibility & Awareness Raising
Media and Communication
31 INTERREGIONAL YOUTH CAMPS
Africa, Asia, Americas and Europe
-Results coming soon!
Action for Sustainability, Human Rights
& Cultural Heritage
the strengthening of a culture of peace
with the MENA region - Middle East and North Africa
video: Raising Peace Street Actions in Brussels
video: Raising Voices Action on Migration
World Heritage Volunteers Initiative
Directed and supervised by the: World Heritage Centre (WHC)
in collaboration with:
CCIVS - General Coordination,
European Heritage Volunteers - Europe coordination
Better World - Asia coordination.
YA4SD / MADA
With the support of:
With the support of:
COP21 Presentation of NGO Declaration
(Paris December 2015)
* Contact making
* Staff Exchange
* Evaluation meeting
17 partner organisations from:
20 Partners from Syria (1), Palestine (4), Jordan (1), Morocco (1), Tunisia (1), Algeria (2), France (2), Greece (1), FYROM (1), Catalunya (2), Belgium (2), Italy (2)
Includes 8 non CCIVS members
Provide tools and a strategy to the IVS movement to deal with violent extremism
Reflection on the migrant and refugee crisis and IVS response
WHV Objectives are:
To raise awareness among young people, volunteers, local communities, and concerned authorities of the need to protect and promote World Heritage.
To get young people involved in World Heritage preservation through concrete projects at sites, allowing them to learn new skills and express ideas.
To provide young people with opportunities to learn basic preservation and conservation techniques.
To foster cooperation between local youth organisations, communities, site management and authorities.
To identify best practices and develop non-formal education tools to facilitate stakeholders’ participation in the World Heritage education.
How to join?
Annual deadlines for application (From September each year)
A full and complete application form sharing information about your project proposal
The WHV project must take place on a World Heritage site (tentative or full list)
It must include hands on actions and awareness raising actions and should aim to include where possible international volunteers