Social inclusion, Education

Leaving A Mark


Who is behind this?

Jasmin Richter

Semper Avanti Stowarzyszenie


Idea Sketch


Idea pitch

"We have to do what we can to help wherever and whenever it is possible for us to help."
Volunteers are giving their time and life serving in refugee camps. Now, it's time for us to give them what they need - trainings, skills and knowledge - to continue their journey.
We're living in the 21th century and refugees are still not engaged in normal life and seen as normal citizens. We are giving the opportunities for volunteers to share their experience to change the Stereotypes of refugees.

Where will your idea take place?

Online Database (Vlogs and Blogs)

Why does Europe need your idea?

"Democracy is interactive. It’s a constant job of information, education, explanation, listening and interactive communication.“
We made sure that our project contains the 5 most important factors to achieve real change and strengthen democracy in Europe.

What is your impact?

1 Mentally and physically well trained volunteers to work with refugees in Europe
2 Promotion of inclusion of foreigners in Poland
3 Promotion of intercultural dialogue
4 Promotion of civil activity
5 Online Data Base, sharing volunteers stories
6 Implementing activities in 5 countries

How do you get there?

The project is innovative due to the fact that it is empowering international volunteers and giving them all skills, knowledge and trainings, provided by professional trainers, they need, to be able to work in refugee camps. The approach proposed by the project is to improve the acceptance of refugees and willingness for intercultural dialogue of youth by visits in schools, universities and open conferences. The innovative factor in the project is to implement small projects in their countries.

What is your story?

Seeing a friend after volunteering in a refugee camp, mentally and psychologically devastated, having special treatment and medicines to sleep at night, showed us, volunteers need such trainings. Living in Poland, made us experience the lack of diversity and the need for multicultural dialogue.

Who are you doing it for?

1 Volunteers, from 5 different european countries, working in refugee camps.
2 Youth and students in schools and universities in Poland
3 The european society with the open conferences and online data base
4 Refugees in 5 different countries who will be part of the individual activities

What do you need from the Advocate Europe community?

Any advice, comment or feedback to improve our idea is welcome!



Shouq Masri

Idea created on Jan. 18, 2018
Last edit on Jan. 19, 2018

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