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IPC Alumni General Assembly 4th of May 2019

Dear member of IPC Alumni,

The board of IPC Alumni is hereby making a call for the annual ordinary general assembly of IPC Alumni!

The ordinary general assembly of IPC Alumni will take place during the Reunion Weekend 2019, more precisely on the 4th of May 2019 at 14.oo at IPC.

The agenda is as follows:

  1. Approval of the agenda. Election of chairperson and minutes taker
  2. Situation report from the board
  3. Approval of the revised yearly accounts
  4. Election of board members, substitutes, accountant and substitute accountant
  5. Stipulation of the yearly membership payment
  6. Upcoming activities
  7. New proposals & discussions
  8. Any other business


You do not need to be signed up for the Reunion Weekend in order to participate at the general assembly, yet we kindly ask you to leave IPC before dinner if you are not signed up.

At his years general assembly, 4 out of 9 seats in the IPC Alumni board are up for election. If you wish to run for the board, please send us an e-mail at and include a photo of yourself and two sentences about why you would like to run for the board. We will then create a portfolio of candidates that will be sent out before the general assembly. Please let us know about your candidacy and send us text+photo no later than the 11th of April 2019.

We hope to see as many of you as possible!

Candidates for the IPC Alumni board:

Volunteering at IPC spring term 2019!

Now it is YOUR TURN, to come back to IPC and become a European Volunteer with IPC Alumni!

– Run the Human Rights Café

– Help with cultural evenings

– Promote intercultural learning

– develop your own ideas

– organize the IPC Summer Camp and the Reunion Weekend

– and what not !

Already next Spring Term (8.01 – 6.08 2019) you can join our 4th edition of the EVS project and be a part of the IPC community.

Application deadline is 15th September 2018 (results will be announced 30th September)

Apply here!

Requirements for this round of “Erasmus+”  EVS:
– 18-30 years old

– Residence in one of European countries

– Have not taken part in another EVS programme before

– High motivation and work independence


Read more about the Human Rights Café here:


This project is funded by Erasmus+ of the European Commission.

Be part of the IPC Alumni Human Rights Project in Bosnia this Summer!

IPC Alumni is hereby launching its human rights project “Step in: Human Rights Education and Communication in Conflict Resolution” taking place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20-26 August 2018!

For this project, IPC Alumni needs YOUR help! We are looking for country coordinators, who will coordinate the group of Alumnis from their country. Country coordinators will have the task of promoting the project among Alumnis in their country. It is a big plus if you are connected to any organization, NGO etc. in your country. Country coordinators will have travel expenses and accommodation covered by IPC Alumni!

Read more about the project and eligible countries below, and apply for being a country coordinator HERE.

DEADLINE for application for country coordinator: 30th of January 2018!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at, or Bojana Ilic, Bogna Jalowiecka, or Esben Asmussen on facebook.

More about the project:

Building on our experience from The Human Rights Cafe at IPC, the project will be implemented in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project will be composed  of 24 Alumnis from various countries. The participation in the project will provide the participants with broader knowledge about human rights, with special focus on children protection and refugees law, responsibility to protect doctrine (R2P), together with knowledge about international institutions and organizations supporting promotion and education about Human Rights, such as United Nations and Council of Europe as well as conflict resolution methods. Besides the theoretical knowledge, the main aim of the project is to equip the participants in practical tools and methods needed in youth work, in order to enrich their skills and simplified acting as Human Rights educators. The project will be run by experienced youth trainers with academic background and practical expertise from humanitarian and development projects related to the topic of the project.
The main core of the project is 6-days long training course. During the stay, participants will be participating in games, simulations and exercises about the topic. Due to active participation in activities and evaluation provided for any of them as well as for the whole training, the youth leaders and youth workers will learn how to implement the knowledge learned in practical activities and workshops after being back home.

Eligible coordinators/participants: Residents in one of the European countries, and also Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, or Tunisia

Seminar with IPC Alumni in Italy

Do you want to sharpen your skills for NGO work, social activism and non formal education?

Then go to a seminar with IPC Alumni to Italy this February!

The seminar will take place in Chieti, Abruzzo Region (Italy) from 12th till 18th February 2018.

The seminar is about evaluation, assessment and recognition in non formal education, and IPC alumni can send 2 participants residing in Denmark, Germany or Poland. All costs are covered and up to 275 euros of travel costs.

Deadline for application: 17th of January. Apply by sending an e-mail to, where you shortly tell us why you think you should go!


More information:

The seminar will take place in Chieti, Abruzzo Region (Italy) from 12th (arrival day) till 18th (departure day) February 2018. Participants will be hosted in two structures: the hotel Antico Borgo ( and in 3 bed & breakfast in the same street of the hotel. Breakfast will be in the hotel for all participants (including those sleeping in the B&B). Lunches will be prepared by our support staff crew and served in the Hotel. For dinner we will explore local restaurants. The hosting places are in the historical part of Chieti and everything is close and easy to reach by foot. For sure, internet will be available in the hotel and we are negotiating for the B&B. Towels will be changed once in the middle of our staying. Costs: No costs for food and lodging. No participation fee.

Context: Self-assessment, evaluations and ways to recognise own competences are very important steps in the curriculum of young people especially to address their needs of learning, to understand their level of knowledge and skills, to apply properly their competences. This aspect is really important also for all those persons who work with young people in both non formal and formal contexts (schools, youth centres, youth councils, institutions, etc.). That’s why teachers, youth workers, youth leaders, are more and more looking for efficient methods to address the personal development of young people.


IPC Alumni again offers you to be a volunteer at IPC, now for the spring term 2017 (January-June).

DEADLINE for application: September 4th 2016 (apply here!)

So if you would like to get experience with volunteering and relive the IPC experience, and you would like to DO MORE and develop yourself while changing the world for better, this is your chance!

Because our project proposal can make your wish come true.

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