Say it on camera

Say it on camera

Photo by Kendra on Flickr.  This time around the team will focus on producing and sharing videos related to the topic. We want to explore new ways of communicating and spreading tools on Peace Education. CISV has now 4 books, one for each topic, created by the previous projects, and...
Submerge into new perspectives

Submerge into new perspectives

Work in a multicultural setting Being part of the Peace Education Youth Exchange is an opportunity for young volunteers to see the world from a different perspective. During the project, the volunteers are presented with the challenge of living in a different country, in a different culture. As a consequence,...
Be a part of the team

Be a part of the team

We are looking for young, active volunteers with an interest in Sustainable Development and video-making to be a part of an exchange program between Norway and Colombia. If you are between 21 and 27,5 years old in 2015, and are a resident of Norway or Colombia, you can be a part...
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Current team: Jirafas

Current team: Jirafas

Sigrid Elena Hauge,  May Linn Orkelbog,  David Gomez Cañon, Juan David Valencia From August 2014 to May 2015 Sigrid, May Linn, David and Juanda will be working on the topic of Conflict Resolution. During their first stage, based in Bergen, they have worked to strengthen the local chapters and already have a great progress on their book....
The Kaleidoscope: A Book About Diversity

The Kaleidoscope: A Book About Diversity

The Kaleidoscope is a book about diversity by the exchange project team from CISV Colombia and CISV Norway. Following The Lunchbox and Bowl of Rights, The Kaleidoscope is yet another useful tool for both facilitators and participants of education programs who want to gain more knowledge on CISV’s content areas. This book offers an in-depth...
Bergen and Bogotá, Home of the Project

Bergen and Bogotá, Home of the Project

  August to December: Bergen Bergen is the home of the exchange during its first fase. With a strong CISV chapter, and a great CISV house, it is the ideal location to start the project. Andrea, from the second edition of the exchange, wrote in their blog about a regular day in Bergen while they were living there: “The...
Previous Participants: The Divers

Previous Participants: The Divers

In 2013–2104  The Divers, as they decided to call themselves, worked on diversity. While living in Bergen for the first part of the exchange, they participated in local CISV activities like Verden i Bergen. They also participated in national CISV activities in Oslo, planing and executing an activity during the Fall Meeting for CISV volunteers from all...
Previous Participants: Con Lupa

Previous Participants: Con Lupa

Diana A. Camacho, Andrea R. Stangeland, Adelaida Barrera D., Jonas L. Skaalerud. 2012–2013: Con Lupa Con Lupa was the name of the team for the second edition of the exchage. Their theme: human rights. They lived first in Bergen, and then in Medellín. We interviewed Jonas L. Skaalerud, he shared with us his thoughts about...
Previous Participants: I Have a Mango

Previous Participants: I Have a Mango

The exchange project is currently in its third version, and we are getting ready to choose the participants for the fourth edition. We wanted to share a little bit about the previous participants and their thoughts about the exchange. 2011–2012: I Have a Mango   We interviewed Alejandra Echeverri, she shared with us her thoughts...
Bowl of Rights: A Book about Human Rights

Bowl of Rights: A Book about Human Rights

In 2013 the Con Lupa team publish their book Bowl of Rights. Con Lupa was the name of the team of the exchange participants in 2012–2013. After working thouroughly for several months, they presented this book, which compiles articles, interviews and stories about human rights’ issues from different perspectives. The articles in the book were...
The Lunchbox: A Book About Sustainable Development

The Lunchbox: A Book About Sustainable Development

Ready-to-eat sustainable development bites made by the“I have a mango” team. In 2012 the first group of youth exchange participants published The Lunchbox. This book presents a colletion of articles, interviews and stories that have the purpose of providing knowledge about sustainable development in ease, short “bites”. The book is divided in three sections  –society,...