Category: IVS for Climate Justice

Moringa, Coconut and Banana Trees welcome you in FSL-India Centre for Experiential Living!!

More than twenty organisations from around the world and more than thirty participants were involved in the Sustainable Food Production Training, organised by CCIVS from the 16th to the 25th November 2018 in the CEL (Centre for Experiential Living) and hosted by FSL India in Kundapur. The training, within the “IVS 4 Climate Justice – […]

Adobe, bahareque, tapia: what?! Discoveries during a bioconstruction training…

From 8th to 17th of June 2018 a bioconstruction training within the “IVS 4 Climate Justice – Don’t Just Say It! Do It!” Programme funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the EU and coordinated by CCIVS took place in Lumbisí, District of Quito, Ecuador, hosted by CCIVS members Fundación FEVI. Fifteen participants were involved in […]

Let’s Root for Peace – Alliance Common Action

Call for the Common Action 2016 Let’s Root for Peace! Alliance common action 2016 The Alliance Sustainability Campaign this year is focused on Soil and Migration. Healthy soil is one of the basic rights of people, giving them food, clean water, and a place to live. Soil degradation is mutually linked to climate change, and […]

Stop Climate Change 2016 – NICE, NVDA and CCIVS

International Voluntary Service (IVS) against Climate Change continues in 2016 with the Stop Climate Change project. More Details HERE Organized by NICE (Never-ending International workCamps Exchange) NVDA (Network for Voluntary Development in Asia) and CCIVS (Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service Background: IVS creates a unique and valuable impact  to prevent climate change. Volunteers actively […]

The declaration

We, as networks and organisations committed to the management of international voluntary service projects, recognize sustainability and climate justice among our main priorities. Climate change and nature exploitation are already posing a threat to peace, human rights and wellbeing. We have the will to transform our communities at the local level, and, through networking, at […]