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An international community-based programme for people aged 19+, lasting 14-23 days
International People’s Projects (IPPs) are locally run projects that benefit a community and its environment. In partnership with local organizations, a group of volunteers from at least four different countries work together on a community project, such as combating environmental degradation, support for immigrants or an arts-based regeneration scheme.
IPPs are personally fulfilling, giving you the chance to learn new skills and ways of thinking and make lasting friendships. They are an opportunity to live and work as part of a community, in an authentic cultural experience that will make a genuine difference.
Around 25 volunteers participate in each IPP, including staff.
What happens in an IPP?
Read about some of our innovative projects in IPP stories.
Want to take part in an IPP?
To find out more about specific IPPs and how you can apply to take part, look at our upcoming IPPs and see how you can get involved.
Are you attending or hosting an IPP? Look in resources for all the forms, documents and information you need.