Updates from INEX, invitations to selected projects and trainings and stories of our volunteers. In this section you can read our news and what participants have to say about our projects.
Jule is leading three Czech workcamps
The idea of workcamps has been accompanying me now for about three years. Since my childhood I was eager to go abroad, discover new places, learn about other people and alternative ways of living.
INSPIRIT – a way of self development through interculturality
What is it like when people from various corners of the world meet for the sake of volunteering? How can you contribute to the dynamic of such an intercultural group as a leader? And what can you learn about yourself? The INSPIRIT program gave me the possibility to discover that.
How is volunteering gonna be in 2021?
It looks like this year is not going to be as we all would love it to be. More than ever, we need to be flexible, brave and most of all responsible. So what are the possibilities this year and what should you prepare for?
A week among animals and dust at a farm in Pravice
Martin participated in a workcamp "Discover orchards and history of South Moravia. When he travels, he's used to make reports from the locations. So we asked Martin to make one from his workcamp too and show how it goes and what the volunteers worked on and achieved.
Kyriakos: “I believe that workcamps are microcosms of our planet.”
Kyriakos Panagasidis is an European Solidarity Corps volunteer in INEX office and lead a Czech workcamp this summer. In an interview he has spoken about his experience and his take on volunteering in general.
Overcoming Prejudices by Experience
I spent 12 months living in Ukraine in a beautiful city called L’viv during EVS. Everybody in my surrounding was surprised I choose Ukraine to live in for one year.
Volunteer and explore the Czech Republic
Do you study or work in the Czech Republic? Would you like to get to know this country from a different perspective? Join our international volunteer projects, i.e. workcamps, and get to know local NGOs and communities! The language of communication is English.
Meaningful holiday: From volunteering to language school, internship and further
German? It sounds a bit harsh. French? I gave it a shot and we're not a match made in heaven. So, what else? Well… Russian sounds nice.