Bienvenidos y Bienvenidas!
Subir al Sur es el programa de Voluntariado intercultural de Fundación SES que promueve la educación para la paz a través del servicio voluntario sin distinciones culturales o sociales. Aspiramos a formar ciudadanos y ciudadanas en condiciones de ejercer una “ciudadanía global”, conscientes de la corresponsabilidad en el cuidado del mundo y capaces de construir en la diversidad.
Connect and be part of new cultures
Volunteers can develop activities to accompany organizations to strengthen their institutional mission and promote the realization of collective rights in order to promote a more just and equal world.
Hi, I'm Diego and I've been here in Madrid for a month and a half. Well I must tell how incredible the first days were, I say "I must" because I feel I have to share what I felt and for others to know how important intercultural volunteering can be as a personal experience. It was something incredible, something that escaped from reality, from my reality so far lived ..
"Hello everyone! I had the opportunity and luck to be a volunteer in Avellaneda, Argentina, for 4 months. I worked with the educators of the Children's House, an establishment dedicated to children from 3 to 13 years old. This place allows them to grow in a stable environment, where they can have breakfast, lunch, snack, do physical and artistic activities, and above all, be surrounded by the tenderness of the educators who care for them and accompany them during this determining period of their life. .
That's how I met Climb South and the crush was instantaneous. The project brought together the two things that I consider most exciting: volunteer work and travel. It was they who introduced me to the volunteers so I could interview them and some time later they gave me the opportunity to live more closely the intercultural volunteering.
Hello everyone. My name is Marina and I live in Tzimol, Chiapas. I am supporting an Agroecological Center called Tsomanotik. The area where I accompany my classmates is in Education, more precisely in a Rolling Library that began to be implemented a few months ago.