Apply by 31st of March!

Project under the European Solidarity Corps.

PROJECT PERIOD: 5 months (April 2024 – August 2024)

LOCATION: The Home for Cooperation (H4C), Nicosia, Cyprus


This is a volunteering project under European Solidarity Corps that aims to promote active learning and participation of youth (18-30 years old), enhance the outreach of the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR), and support the organization’s vision to promote a culture of peace and non-violence, historical dialogue as a means to advance democracy and cooperation between members of different communities to achieve a more inclusive society.

Project participants will be involved in projects related to History Education, Peace Education, and other related fields. By joining our team, participants will have a unique opportunity to be a full part of an intercultural and dynamic team, develop new skills and connect with youth, educators, and organizations in Cyprus and around the world, and grow at a personal and professional level.



The Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR) is a unique intercommunal, non-governmental and non-profit organization established in Nicosia in 2003, which primarily works in the fields of history education and peace/anti-racist education. To this end, the Association implements several projects, develops educational material and policy recommendations, organizes seminars, workshops, trainings, and study visits, provides access to an extensive library to create educational opportunities for all communities in Cyprus and to promote values of critical thinking, intercultural understanding and multiperspectivity.

In 2011, AHDR established the Home for Cooperation (H4C), a unique community centre in the middle of the dividing lines in Cyprus, the UN controlled buffer zone in Nicosia. The H4C works in the fields of arts and culture contributing to the civil society peacebuilding efforts. As a hub of cooperation, it hosts community actions and projects by local and international formal and non-formal groups, complementing AHDR’s work towards intercultural understanding, respect, and social inclusion.



  • Organization of educational activities and/or cultural events.
  • Development of content and outreach material.
  • Assistance in project implementation in the fields of history and peace education.
  • Research, analysis of data, and report writing.
  • Planning, design, and implementation of events and trainings.
  • Networking and collaboration with local and international organizations.
  • Any other activities envisioned by the AHDR current project work.



  • 18-30 years old.
  • Excellent written and spoken English, and Greek.
  • Must be legally able to cross from crossing points.
  • Passion and/or interest for history education, peace education, human rights, peace and conflict studies, intercultural communication, anthropology, sociology, psychology, media, and cultural studies.
  • Motivated and creative.
  • Strong computer skills, especially a very good command of MS Office.
  • Has enthusiasm and commitment.
  • Flexibility and capability to work independently.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to work as part of a team.
  • Participant who is curious and open- minded learning and grow with us.



Step 1) Register for the European Solidarity Corps: Here

Step 2) Read the info-kit carefully (click on the info-kit). Send your CV and Letter of Interest to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 31 March 2024. Make sure you include your interests and skills!

After completing the registration and application process, shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview, and an ESC participant will be selected and invited to join our project.

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in the beginning of April and start accordingly.

Find out about European Solidarity Corps on the European Youth Portal: Here


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