VOLUNTEER IN PALESTINE
Looking to gain valuable experience in the fascinating field of art and culture, all while making a positive impact? Look no further than volunteering with The Danish House in Palestine (DHIP)! With over 10 years of experience providing a diverse array of opportunities in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, we’re the perfect partner for young and old alike.
Our new volunteer program is specifically designed to facilitate your growth on both a personal and professional level. We work hand-in-hand with our partner organizations to ensure a rich learning environment that benefits both you and the organization you’re volunteering with. At DHIP, mutual learning is at the heart of our DNA, and we’re committed to ensuring that all parties involved benefit from the experience.
Interested in learning more about our partner organizations and the volunteer profiles they’re looking for? Check out our website for more information.
If you’re keen on volunteering through DHIP, simply complete the Application Form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to apply for multiple positions within the same organization. For positions in different organizations, kindly fill out a separate form for each. In case none of the profiles match your requirements, we welcome you to submit a open Application Form, and we’ll strive to connect you with the most appropriate local Palestinian NGO.
With no hard deadline for applications, we’ll work with our partner organizations to review your application and get back to you as soon as possible. And with DHIP on your side, you can trust that you’ll receive practical support and advice in relation to security, accommodation, and travel. The price of participating in our volunteer program is just 4.999 DKK and includes:
Al Harah Theater aims at producing challenging but accessible theatre and operate with a high level of representation. Besides theatre production Al-Harah Theater provides educational training programmes to educate and create positive change throughout Palestine.
You can read more about Al-Harah Theater on their website here. Located in Beit Jala, Palestine. Download volunteer profiles for this organisation.
The Palestinian Circus School is teaching, creating, performing and programming circus arts. Through circus arts they are empowering and engaging Palestinians to raise international awareness about the positive Palestinian potential and the challenges they experience.
Filmlab: Palestine is cultivating cinema culture within Palestine from production to screening in order to preserve collective memory and to strengthen the opportunities of the Palestinian film industry. This is done by offering space, equipment, technical support, coaching, professional support and by organising screening in local communities.
Tamer Institute for Community Education works to create positive learning environments for children and youth living across Palestine. Through cultural productions, programmes and publications Tamer Institute is engaging communities and establish social change by supporting learning process, literary and scholar productions on child culture in Palestine.
You can read more about Tamer Institute for Community Learning on their website here. Located in Ramallah, Palestine. Download volunteer profiles for this organisations.
Atabet Fann for Arts, Media, and Training is a nonprofit company founded in 2013 in Ramallah. Atabet Fann is committed to strengthening the creative economy in Palestine by enhancing the economic contribution of Palestinian artists and the active presence of Palestinian creative industries locally and globally. Atabet Fann works with the continuous empowerment of artists and the employment of digital mediums, as well as creating collaborations between artists in Palestine and their counterparts around the world. Atabet Fann is a co-founder of Network of Digital Arts (NDA) in Palestine. Working with digital tools, in addition to craftsmanship by hand, enables artists to extend their outreach. Digital tools are not constrained by physical boundaries, which otherwise affect the Palestinian people in various aspects of their lives.
You can read more about Atabet Fann for Arts, Media and Training on their website here. Located in Ramallah, Palestine. Download volunteer profiles for this organisation.teer profiles for this organisation.
The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music offers high quality music education and training programs and aims at disseminate a lively and creative music culture in every Palestinian home. They believe that teaching and promoting a rich music culture can contribute to strengthening the cultural and national identity of Palestinians as well as the education of future generations.
Hakaya Network brings together individuals, groups and organizations who use storytelling and narratives in its various forms for learning, art and life, to contribute to and reinforce sustainability and development of storytelling art as a catalyst for the growth of Palestinian communities and strengthening their social fabric.
Ashtar Theater is a dedicated team of professional actors and directors utilizing the transformative power of theater to make a meaningful impact in Palestinian civil society. Specializing in Forum Theatre, their aim is to shift passive audiences into active participants, fostering dialogue and inspiring commitment to societal change. They are driven by a mission to empower marginalized groups, particularly youth and women, to become imaginative, progressive, and productive agents of social change who express themselves creatively and communicate effectively – towards building a free, equal, and just society.
Sharek Youth Forum is a dynamic Palestinian NGO driven by the passion and vision of inspiring young individuals. Their unique approach focuses on empowering youth and involving them actively in civil society. Through innovative programs and initiatives, They create a platform for Palestinian youth to express their creativity, develop ideas, and address important issues. By advocating for youth rights in political, economic, social, and cultural spheres, Sharek contributes to the growth of a future democratic society. They firmly believe in equipping young people with practical skills and resources, enabling their personal growth and nurturing the foundation for sustainable development.
You can read more about Sharek Youth Forum on their website here. Located in Ramallah, Palestine. Download volunteer profiles for this organisation.
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