OCC Barcelona is looking for two volunteers interested in undertaking an ESC project for 10 to 11 months, starting in August 2020.
As all organisations throughout the world, Open Cultural Center has also been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. While it has brought new challenges, such as switching our educational projects to online programs, we have been able to continue many of our activities in both Spain and Greece.
For this year, OCC Greece (in Polykastro) is looking for various new ESC volunteers. The project is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ program.
The vulnerability of the already precarious lives of refugees has only been heightened due to the virus and, sooner or later, the gravity of their situation will become more widely apparent.
Leidy, one of the participants of the project carried out by students of Fablab with collaboration with OCC, made a short article on her upcycling project at home.
For this year, OCC Barcelona is looking for three new ESC volunteers. The project is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ program.
A serie of three workshops carried out in FabLab Barcelona , focused on the collaboration of communities for the upcycling of unused clothing.
Open Cultural Center Barcelona is looking for two young people up to 30-35 years old, talking English and Spanish and with a background in psychology or any social fields.
The main objectives of the project are to fight discrimination, to promote social inclusion and to promote the employability of young people, while fostering creativity, openness and artistic and cultural practices.
Last Tuesday was the start of Migracode, the first code school in Barcelona for youth migrants and refugees in Barcelona! Find more info in this post.