international camp

Open meeting for Woodcraft International Camp 2020

Event date: 
18 February 2017 - 10:30am - 5:00pm
Event location: 
Birmingham Midlands Institute

 

There will an open planning meeting for Woodcraft's international camp in 2020. 

The meeting is open for anyone to attend to have their say in setting the foundations of the camp. 

The agenda is the following: 

1. Site - Reducing longlist to short list

2. Theme - Producing a short list of ideas for online consultation and final decision at Folk Assembly.

3. Budget - Discussion of draft budget, agree a draft for initial perusal by GC

Send us your site ideas for international camp 2020

Saturday, 8 October 2016

 

The Woodcraft Folk is hosting an international camp in 2020.

We are beginning the search for a site and would love to hear your suggestions. We will need a site which can accomodate up to 4000 people, but due to us camping in large circles, we will be looking for sites with quoted capacities of around 10 000 people. 

Come and cooperate at IFM-SEI Camp 2016 in Germany!

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

 Lets make a really Woodcrafty cooperation tent at IFM-SEI Camp 2016: Welcome to Another World.

 

Remember Global Village? Were you at Train for Change? Never been to a big international camp? Well the next massive IFM-SEI camp is in southern Germany this summer and preparation is well under way but I need some help. There will be all kinds of exciting activities, parties and new friendships and I have volunteered to organise the cooperation theme tent.

IFM-SEI camp 2016 - welcome to another world!

Saturday, 17 January 2015

 

What is an IFM-SEI camp?

IFM-SEI, Woodcraft Folk’s umbrella organisation, hosts an international camp every 5-6 years in co-operation with another IFM-SEI organisation (or two!). All IFM-SEI members are invited to come along to get stuck into a fun and engaging programme, meet new friends from across the globe and to be part of an international socialist community for a week or two.

I get it! Can you give us some examples?

23-25 Aug: European youth come together

Friday, 12 July 2013

In the context of the crisis we all face, social movements exist, but act separately. Moreover, all over the world, the youth are becoming more visible: from the Arab Spring to the Indignados movement, from Occupy Wall Street to the protests of the Chilian students.  The youth have the potential to be a a strong force in  civil society!

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