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Kuba's ESC experience

Hello everyone, my name is Kuba and since September 2019 I joined European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programme. This is nearly the finish of my project so I would like to share my impressions with you via this article.

Nora's internship experience

As an intern at Views International during a hard period- the pandemic that starts in March 2020, a period full of uncertainties and anxiety – I was happy to be able to fulfill the main tasks set out at the beginning of the discussions with Ms. Anca DAVID.

Nora

Disability Assessment Rights and Inclusion

Bureaucracy is a constant issue for many people, especially for disabled persons. The assessment of disability is still unclear and very often incorrect. In order to find a solution to these problems, European Disability Forum (EDF) organized a webinar on 8th May, bringing together various experts in this field.

Internship- Manon experience

Hello everyone, firstly I would like to briefly present myself: my name is Manon Vallot and I study pedagogy in Liège. Since January I've been doing an internship at VIEWS International in Liege.

My internship was to support the European Solidarity Corps volunteers hosted by VIEWS. Specifically, I was helping Roxana with her work at IRHOV school and Kuba with his activities at La Baraka. Except these, we had additional activities as well. Namely, we have been cooking together and visiting various places and events in Liege.

Erasmus+ studying abroad and what is new for persons with disabilities

On 14th May European Disability Forum organised the webinar which was focused around Erasmus +, one of the most known programmes in Europe. Thanks to Erasmus + many students get the opportunity to travel across the Europe. However, the conference concerned the new directions of the programme and extra support to people with disabilities.

The webinar was opened by our VIEWS staff member Loredana, who was a moderator of this event. She briefly presented the subject of webinar, the agenda and the guests of conference.

Job offer- Administrative Assistant

VIEWS International is looking for a new worker for the position administrative assistant.
It is a temporary contract from 01/07/2020 until 31/12/2020 (the date of 1st July may be modified due to Covid-19 national measures).
Location : Liège ; Quai Van Beneden, 19.
Schedule type: part-time job (19h/ week)
Conditions: APE passport.

We are looking for a person who would like to help us in our mission of supporting young visually impaired people. We offer the work in friendly atmosphere and among the kind staff.

For more information chech the attachment below.

Job offer- Administrative Assistant

VIEWS International is looking for a new worker for the position administrative assistant.
It is a temporary contract from 01/07/2020 until 31/12/2020 (the date of 1st July may be modified due to Covid-19 national measures).
Location : Liège ; Quai Van Beneden, 19.
Schedule type: part-time job (19h/ week)
Conditions: APE passport.

We are looking for a person who would like to help us in our mission of supporting young visually impaired people. We offer the work in friendly atmosphere and among the kind staff.

For more information chech the attachment below.

“Impact of COVID-19 outbreak to persons with disabilities”

On 30th of April, European Parliament's Disability Intergroup organized the conference called “Impact of COVID-19 outbreak to persons with disabilities”. As the title says, the event was dedicated to consideration about current situation of people with disabilities at the time of world crisis related to COVID-19 pandemic.

The conference was opened by MEPs Ádám Kósa and Brando Benifei. They briefly explained how the event will look like and which subjects will be discussed. At the event was present EU Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli as well.

Roxana's ESC experience

Hi everyone, this is Roxana, I’m twenty-seven years old, I come from Romania. Since September 2019 I have a pleasure to participate in European Solidarity Corps volunteering project in Belgium. I've already had the occasions to take part at previous European exchanges, but this project was something absolutely new for me. Nearly before the project I was struggling with many emotions but the main feelings were excitement and fear because that was the first time when I was leaving my country for nine months without my friends and family.