The volunteer will have the opportunity to get involved in various aspects of IDOM’s activities:
- Trying to raise awareness of the organization by writing applications for possible funding opportunities, volunteer will be giving some applications and he will be asked to help with filling, proof-reading (in case if volunteers mother tongue is english), or give some ideas for activites that can be described in the application form.
- The volunteer will also manage there own personal project, such as arranging seminars, study visits and conferences, which focus on democracy in Moldova and greater awareness of human rights issues. The volunteer will be given a specific assignment and function in the preparation and execution phases of the event. They will get acquainted first-hand with all the organizational and logistic stages of a successful training event. Involvement in such activities brings multicultural exposure to the volunteers, as well as a feeling of recognition. Concrete assignments will include the following: the collection of information on the seminar/training topic in the participants’ countries; collecting feedback from the participants and follow the event in order to assist in the preparation of the final report; setting-up a data-base of contacts, etc. Determining this assignment would depend on the volunteers’ interest and particular skills.
- The volunteer will also follow European policy developments in the Moldovan youth sector and preparing European projects. For which, the volunteer will be liaising with IDOM partners after a potential project have been identified. They could research it as well as seek possible funding opportunities. This would broaden the volunteer’s awareness of the project initiation cycle, its development and timetable of deadlines. Concrete activities could be writing the IDOM Newsletter and updating the IDOM website.
- The volunteer will assist with research projects. In particular, they will help IDOM in finding partners and creating new projects in Europe and the rest of the world. IDOM has a strong interest in establishing new partnerships with the countries where they do not have partner organizations. The tasks related to this activity are to identify the institutions, the local groups and organizations as well as any other parties involved in the implementation of (Inter)-Governmental programmer