Action Reconciliation Service for Peace

Volunteers experience history

Action Reconciliation Service for Peace (ARSP) offers international volunteer placements in thirteen different countries – in Europe, Israel and the US. ARSP volunteers visit Holocaust survivors, work with refugees and homeless people, help former Nazi forced labourers in their old age and work in schools and shelters for children with disabilities.


ARSP Summer Camps 2015

ARSP offers around 29 international summer camps for young people from around the world in 19 countries: for example in Italy, France, Russia, Poland and Germany. The participants work, learn and celebrate together – i.e. restoring Jewish graveyards and memorial sites, supporting anti-racism projects or working with people with disabilities.

Over 50 years of ARSP history

Since 1958 thousands of young volunteers have worked in projects in Europe, Israel and the US, seeking greater international understanding by facing the traces of Nazi history, and dealing with their ongoing presence in many people's lives.


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Experience History Together - Summer Camps 2015

Two weeks of learning, working and experiencing history - our summer camps support Jewish communities, do maintenance work on memorial sites and get involved in social and political projects in 19 different countries. Register now!


ARSP Anniversaries in 2011:

50 years of ARSP in the UK, France and Israel

50th Anniversary in the UK

In 2011 ARSP-UK has a double reason to celebrate. We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of ARSP's work in the UK, as well as 10 years of the Trilateral Programme.


50th Anniversary in Israel

From the 6th – 8th of March ARSP celebrated the 50th anniversary of ARSP's reconciliation work in Israel, with the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel. Read the anniversary blog and more here. (This will take you to the German-Israeli ARSP site).


50th Anniversary in France

This will take you to the French ARSP site.


More information coming…

Soon you will find more information about the work of ARSP and its volunteers here.