Are you interested in issues related to youth and gender? Are you willing to become part of the dynamic youth-led, and the only proclaimed feminist organization, Novi Ritm, in Kyrgyzstan? Then read on and apply!

We are looking for candidates, who are:

-between 17-30 years old
-citizens of Sweden
-enthusiastic about working with issues related to age, gender, and ethnicity
-experienced in engagement in civil society
-independent, responsible and responsive
-fluent in written and spoken English
-positive problem-solvers with good interpersonal and team-working skills.

About the project:

-Duration: minimum 6months (volunteering can last up to 12 months)
-Venue: Novi Ritm in Osh, Kyrgyzstan
-Start month: July (flexible)
-Working language: English
-Costs: all costs related to the project are covered by Erasmus+ (accommodation, pocket money, food, insurance, travel, visa)

Activities of the volunteers may include (based on  preferences and agreement):

-Co-organize study visits for participants from Poland, Sweden, and Kyrgyzstan;
-Co-organize various trainings and workshops for youth and teachers;
-Help with organization of conferences, peace roundtables and information campaigns;
-Provide support in organizing and facilitating ongoing activities within Novi Ritm;
-Assist Novi Ritm’s team in the process of project application writing;
-Implement own projects that are compatible with work of Novi Ritm.

How to apply

If you are interested in volunteering in Kyrgyzstan with the dynamic youth-led feminist organization Novi Ritm, please send your CV and a personal letter to: no later than 31st of May.

Learn more about experiences of our volunteers and interns from Sweden in Kyrgyzstan:

Blog post by an EVS participants in Kyrgyzstan, Johan Blomqvist
Blog post by an EVS participants in Kyrgyzstan, Jessica Bragd
Blog post by CAG’s intern in Kyrgyzstan, Amanda Sonesson
Blog post by CAG’s intern in Kyrgyzstan, Emma Lygnerud Boberg
Blog post by CAG’s intern in Kyrgyzstan, Josefin Åström
-And more photos of Novi Ritm and CAG on Flickr