L'académie volontaire: (IVAH) | Hartenberg

L'académie internationale volontaire d'Hartenberg est un groupe non-officiel de volontaires du monde entier. Elle a vu le jour en 2010 par une volonté et un intérêt communs à plusieurs des volontaires. Sa tâche principale est de diffuser les activités, opérations de volontariat dans la région mais aussi d'organiser des projets internationaux en collaboration avec l'association civique d'Hartenberg.

Actuellement, l'académie se compose d'une vingtaine de membres aidant à prépare les activités internationales, coordiner les partenariats avec des association de leur pays, traduisant ce site (et ces présentations) dans leur langue maternelle, créant une newsletter HeART Echo, promouvant le château et le volontariat en général etc...

Si vous voulez nous rejoindre, contactez-nous à (précisez la langue si ce n'est pas de l'anglais): hartenberk(at)gmail.com.

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Membres IVAH:

 

 

Salomon Tarangov Abushakra (Mexique)

"I'm really crazy, wild and a party animal. I'm nice, charming and pretty energic like tnt in blood. I want to help the castle and see it finished and meet some old friends."

 

Zuzana Aligerová (République tchèque)

"So what about me – I love crazy things, people. I am active and I hope we can safe this world, doing small or big things. I want to be everywhere. Art is the big gun. Hey, everything you want to know about me – ask me, maybe I'll answer you. Be original."

Antonio Bove (Italie)

"I love Hartenberg because I feel here like at home. I can work with everything connected generally with arts and especially photos and videos. I like so much languages, I have already known Italian, French, Spanish and English, but every occasion to study something more make me happy. My dream is to speak fluently also German and Portugese, which I studied a little. I’m frightened to fly... I was in Hartenberg always by car..."

 

 

Thibault Brunner (France)

"I take part in workcamps each summer since I'm 18. Each experience is so unique! But Hartenberg was THE workcamp. Such a nice place with good vibes...and wonderful people! I am a positive person, open to people and different cultures. I play guitar and enjoy cycling. A verb leads my life: TO DISCOVER!"

 
 
Chloé Le Floc'h (France)
 
"I dream of the day Hartenberg's castle will be rebuilt. This would mean that everything people in this academy have fought for has become a reality! That's why, since I came back from that place to my country, I felt like having a new goal in my life: to do as much as I can do with my hands, with my heart so that this project could be achieved one day. I really fell in love with that place and, when you have 19, fall in love is so rare that I just can't let this feeling, this castle down!"
 
 

Irina Idrisova (Russie)

"I came as EVS volunteer to Czech Republic to volunteer with INEX-SDA. After visiting Hartenberg for the first time I completely fell in love with the castle, area and people. I was participating in Hartenberg workcamps and events. I adore the atmosphere in Hart and hope to come here more often."

Libor Kočí (République tchèque)

"Cognitive signs: The camera on the neck, wearing a business suit and understanding English."

 

 

Olga Korol (Ukraine)
 
"I'm a very nice and active person. I like a bit crazy people. I love life in all forms. I want to change our world for better. The art will save the life! When I want, I can realize everything."

 

 

Irena Pajerová (République tchèque)

"I love Hartenberg because we are all one big family! Ihelp to organize international activities, administrate websites and publish e-newsletter. I also volunteer in some non-profitable organizations, preparing cultural and film festivals. I teach English and Czech, sometimes German. I work with both children and youngsters. I like cycling, jogging and yoga. I want to try zumba!"

 

Olga Pluháčková (République tchèque)

 

Adéla Rudá (République tchèque)

"I just don’t like talking about myself. When we meet you can ask me anything. I like all unusual, strange and weird things then it feels like life can sometimes be original. I don’t like planning since it always happens another way, anyway. I love Hartenberg 'cause this place is unusual and open to anyone and anything!"

Dobrosława Rurańska (Pologne)

 

Petr Soběslavský (République tchèque)

 

Murat Soğancilar (Turquie)

 


Georg Schröder (l'Allemagne)

"I came to Hartenberg during my Erasmus semester and helped organizing the Burning Witches Day, what was surprisingly familiar to me as I was born in a village just a few kilometers over the German border. I would really love to see the castle rebuilt, and liked the people there very much. I hope I can come back asap and help."

 

 

John Tohill (Irlande du Nord)

"I was at Hartenberg during the summer of 2009 and I had the most amazing two weeks of my life! I hope to help Hartenberg through proofreading all English documents so as many people as possible can hear about the work being achieved at Hartenberg and come volunteer to help. I love metal music and go to as many concerts in Ireland as I can. I hope to travel again in the coming years, and I'll make sure Hartenberg is one of the places I visit!"

Jakub Zigo (Slovaquie)