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A International WORKCAMP IS...

posted Apr 25, 2015, 12:28 AM by Vsa Admin   [ updated Jun 23, 2015, 11:50 PM ]

Rules: A place of creation where respecting rules by all participants helps create an atmosphere of friendship, participation and collaboration


Environment: One way to understand and integrate into the environment where the workcamp is run (through activities, excursions, etc).


Experience: A way to break away from routine activities and open up to new experiences.


Work: Active and joint participation in a social service for the community where the workcamp is run.


Entertainment: Enjoying novel, uncommon activities, as an alternative to typical holidays.


Values: Experience of group life in contrast to the individualism that dominates our society by experiencing the values of group life. Acquisition of social values (tolerance, solidarity, ...)


Willingness: A group of participants willing to live, work and play together by adapting to the group.


Meeting: A meeting place of people from different backgrounds where their culture and customs are exchanged


Availability: A place where everything is done by all.

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