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Are you looking for meaningful volunteer work?

The Danish Red Cross Youth is Denmark's largest humanitarian youth organization with more than 4500 volunteers, more than 200 on-going projects and more than 75 local development branches throughout the country. The purpose of The Danish Red Cross Youth is to improve the conditions and daily lives of vulnerable children and young people locally, nationally and internationally.

The Danish Red Cross Youth is an independent organization under the umbrella of the Danish Red Cross and the International Red Cross movement. The Danish Red Cross Youth is governed by a national board and organized in a number of volunteer-driven steering and thematic committees. The volunteer-driven activities are supported and facilitated by a secretariat, including 15 full-time advisors.

Activities include homework cafés, summer camps, mentor projects, telephone hotlines, sport and health projects, support for children at asylum and women crisis centers, clubs, study support to prisoners, simulation games, international exchange and development programmes and much more.

Currently, we have exchange and development programmes with Red Cross/Red Crescent Societies in Uganda, Zimbabwe, Jordan and Palestine. We also involve volunteers in several organizational activities, including fundraising projects, communication and PR, advocacy and human resources. Read articles about some of our activities.

We are always looking for more support, more members and more volunteers.

Read the official strategy of Danish Red Cross Youth towards 2015.

Learn more about what Danish Red Cross Youth believes in and strives for in our Response programme 2011

Please contact our secretariat for more information:

Danish Red Cross Youth (Ungdommens Røde Kors)
Hejrevej 30, 2nd floor
DK-2400 København NV
Telephone: +45 35 37 25 55
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Volunteerism in seven languages

When the Danish Red Cross Youth arranged the course DRCY Leadership Academy, thirty young men and women from seven countries gathered in the north part of Sealand, Denmark for a week of learning, cultural exchange, and new friendships.

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Where should we go from here?

A group of young Ugandans sits together in the shade of a big tree. They are waiting for a break from their daily life. They are going to learn and discuss the topic of the day, which is sexuality and sexabuse.

Where should we go from here?

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  • Medlem
  • Bidrag
  • Virksomhed