Thank you Milonga, thank you volunteers of the world!Every year, millions of people volunteer throughout the whole world. The 5th of December is dedicated to them, proclaimed by the United Nations as “International Volunteer Day”. To celebrate, let’s discover the international volunteering project of “Milonga”, which offers “fraternal”, intercultural and quality volunteering opportunities to young people between the ages of 18 to 35, in synergy with the work of social organizations already engaged in different peripheries of the planet.
Coming together to live for peaceFrom the 1st to the 4th of December, the international congress of Living Peace International, an educational path that aims to make the commitment to living peace and for peace grow in different learning and living environments will be held at the Mariapoli Centre of Castel Gandolfo, Rome. Let's know more about it in an interview with Carlos Palma, founder of the network.
“One Hundred Assisi”: not only a number, the revolution of encounter
Coming together to live for peace
The task is simple: at 12.00 (midday) everyday take 1 minute to stop and reflect or pray for peace. This way, there will be always someone doing #timeoutforpeace in every time zone in every country of the world.Read more
A global strategy proposed by Youth for a United World (Y4UW) to address the challenges facing our world, opening up ways towards change. Reaching a united world one step at a time.Read more
This annual showcase of the United World Project is a coordinated global expo of the ideas, actions and initiatives which are inspired by a commitment to building a more peaceful, more united world.Read more
A new generation of young people refuse to accept the inevitability of failure and dare to take on the challenge of “Zero Hunger”: one of the United Nations’ 17 global goals for sustainable development by 2030Read more
Milonga is a platform for “fraternal” and intercultural volunteering for young people.Read more