Hope Flowers School

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Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory via kindly anonymous
Ibrahim Issa
hopeflowers [at] palnet [dot] com
+972 2 274 0693 (4975)

Hope Flowers School teaches non-violence, citizenship, social and community skills to children aged 5-14. It works with trauma-recovery and special needs education in Bethlehem, Palestine.

Founded in 1984, now arguably a world leader in its field, Hope Flowers' accumulated experience helps de-escalate violence, polarisation and extremism.

What skills should volunteers have?We are looking for volunteers who:- understand and agree with the Hope Flowers School's applied philosophy of peace and democratic education- Believe in peaceful coexistence and the unity of mankind- Have good communication skills- Collegiality (working together with others as a team)- Willingness to do both the voluntary work and high-level program work- Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment- Computer software skills (MS Word, Excel and Outlook essential).The following skills are also favourable:Good leadership skillsExcellent negotiation skills
Teaching. During the school year you can work as a teaching assistant. English-speaking teachers and special teaching skills are welcomeAdministrative work. Volunteers can help in office work, such as secretarial work, editing and improving text and public relations work, project coordination, grant writing, fundraising and creating international awareness about the Hope Flowers School and the situation in Bethlehem

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Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory

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