The impressions of the volunteer after the project at Vilnius Šilas School

On May 31 ended the European Solidarity Corps project, in which a psychology student from Italy, Giulia Girella, took part. She volunteered at Vilnius Šilas School, where she contributed to the promotion of the communication, social skills, independence and integration of children that have various learning and intellectual disabilities. Giulia participated in the after class…

Vilnius citizens learned about disability thanks to the initiative of Italian volunteer

Last Thursday Giulia Girella, a volunteer at Vilnius Šilas School, presented the final event of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) project “What do we know about disability?” at the bookshop “VAGA”. The event was designed to share knowledge about working with children who have special education needs and to discuss the inclusion of such children…

EFHR visiting the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania

On Friday, 15th March 2019, the team of EFHR visited the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania on their work outing. Together with their mentor Monika, the interns Alessandra, Elisa, Jędrzej Jakub and Lorena, were given a one hour guided tour of the most important buildings and rooms, namely the Seimas Plenary Chamber, the Hall…

International Volunteer Day: EFHR’ s experience at the animal shelter

Every year, on the 5th December, we celebrate the International Volunteer Day (IVD), an international observance adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1985. The aim of this day is to recognise the important role played by thousands of volunteers and organisations that every day dedicate their time, passion and skills to make the…

New volunteer at Silas School

Giulia is the new EVS volunteer from Italy. She is studying Psychology and would like to major in Developmental Psychology. She has been working in schools and with children both in Italy and in England. Giulia believes that being part of Vilnius Silas School community is a great opportunity to learn more about children with…

Impressions of the EVS project “Notice it! Human Rights in our daily lives”

The EVS project “Notice it! Human Rights in our daily lives” finished on 31st May after running for 10 months. The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) had the role of both coordinating and hosting organisation and the International Voluntary Service (IVS) from Great Britain was the sending institution of this project. This project that…

EFHR celebrates the International Day of Tolerance

On November 16, 2017, trainees of the European Foundation for Human Rights (EFHR) Cormac Flahive, Kamila Kocowska, Chiara Antonucci and volunteer EVS Carmen Cara Lorente took part in the ceremony called “Tolerantiška Arbata / Tolerant Tea” organized by the Social Educational Initiatives Center PLUS. During this event, EFHR practitioners and an EVS volunteer handed out…

EFHR meeting with the Consul General of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain

On August 17 this year. trainees of the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) Anna Mitrowska, Maciej Grześkowiak and volunteer EVS Carmen Cara Lorente met with the General Consul of the Kingdom of Spain, Mr. Bernard López López-Rías. During the meeting, the Consul was presented with the history, goals and real activities of the EFHR,…

URGENT! CALL FOR PARTICIPANT FROM UK!

European Foundation of Human Rights presents: EVS Project „Notice it! Humans rights in our daily life“ (project No. 2016-3-LT02-KA105-005005).

Mobility period: 10 months, from 2017-08-01 till 2018-05-31.

Please send your CV to info@efhr.eu

For more information, please check the EFHR EVS Volunteer page and European Commission webpage

EFHR encourages ZIS Foundation Travel Grant applicants

Every year the German ZIS Foundation grants scholarships to young people aged between 16-20 who have not yet started studying at university. Young people from around the world have the opportunity to apply for €600 to carry out a project abroad on a freely chosen subject they are interested in. The participant must make the…

European Voluntary Service offers amazing opportunities!

Are you between the ages of 18 and 30? Do you like new challenges? Would you like to learn more about another country and culture while completing an internship to increase your skills? If the answer to these questions is yes then you should consider taking part in an EVS project. The European Voluntary Service…

New European Foundation of Human Rights Trainee

Przemysław Ogrodnik is a fifth-year Law student at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. He is particularly interested in criminal law and administrative law. In February 2016 he began his two-month traineeship at the European Foundation of Human Rights under the Erasmus + programme. Przemysław comes from Kielce, a city with 200,000 inhabitants which is situated between…

An EFHR traineeship through the eyes of a volunteer

The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) would like to share the impression of Greta Urvelytė after her 2 months EFHR volunteering experience throughout October and November 2015. “My application was driven by the desire to find out about the issues related to human rights, especially those that are being faced by employees of the foundation.…

Become a trainee at EFHR!

If you are over 18 years of age and would like to work for the local community, join us! The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) is currently the most active non-governmental organization in Lithuania working for the protection and promotion of human rights, including the rights of national minorities. Since our establishment, we’ve had the pleasure…

EFHR welcomes a new intern

Bartłomiej Derewęda is a student of International and Comparative Law at the University of Lapland which is located on the Polar Circle in Finland. He is currently taking part in a one-year-long student exchange at Mykolas Romeris University as part of the Erasmus+ programme. Bartłomiej is from Opoczno and he is a graduate of the…

Be a volunteer at Polish orphanages in Lithuania

The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) encourages young people to participate in voluntary projects at Polish orphanages in the Vilnius region. You can take part in the voluntary service from June until September 2015. Voluntary service in orphanages is a great opportunity to help others. This year, EFHR prepared the next edition of the voluntary service,…

Become a trainee at EFHR and take part in free training courses

If you find yourself an active person, you are over 18 and would like to take part in training courses for young leaders, apply for a traineeship at EFHR. You will have the possibility of taking part in free, 7 day long training courses which will take place this year in Poland at the end of May.…

International Volunteer Day

On December 5th, 2014 we celebrated International Volunteer Day. On that occasion, Saltes organization hosted an event in Vilnius centre. Our EFHR Erasmus+ volunteer also took part in the event. The main purpose of the event was to promote volunteering. The volunteers of European Voluntary Organization promoted and informed Vilnius citizens about the variety of…

EFHR fights against Racism and Anti-Semitism

The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) wishes to express its concerns regarding the growing success of extreme right nationalist parties in recent parliamentary elections across Europe. Our foundation strongly believes that these tendencies must be stopped and actions must be taken in order to prevent the repeat of historical events like the terrible persecution of…