Projects in Great Britain

Coventry: Coventry Cathedral
www.coventrycathedral.org.uk  
Coventry Cathedral is one of the world's oldest religious-based centres for reconciliation. The
Cathedral's work for reconciliation has involved it in some of the world's most difficult and
longstanding areas of conflict. The volunteer will be supporting different working fields of the
ministry of reconciliation and form part of their spiritual community.


Coventry Mind - Coventry
www.coventrymind.org.uk
Facilities for people experiencing mental distress. Assistance in the Drop-in Centre with
possibilities to talk, leisure activities (such as gardening, walking, woodwork, computer),
befriending service for one-to-one friendship and social support.


London: Association of Jewish Refugees
www.ajr.org.uk
AJR supports and represents the victims of the national socialist persecution who came to Great
Britain after 1933 as well as their family members. Visiting and befriending older people.


London: Conflict and Change
www.conflictandchange.co.uk
Mediation, conflict management training and advice in schools and in various groups and
initiatives.


London: L’Arche Lambeth
www.larche.org.uk/lambeth
L'Arche is an international federation of communities for people with learning disabilities and
assistants sharing a home. In L'Arche Lambeth there are about 25 people with disabilities in a
community of about 100 people.

London: Leo Baeck Institute
www.leobaeck.co.uk
Research institute for German-Jewish history and culture, work in the archive and in the library,
web design, organization of events.


London: Log Cabin
www.logcabin.org.uk
Adventure playground for children with special needs, especially autism, in West London.


London: Roma Support Group
www.romasupportgroup.org.uk
The Roma Support Group is based in East London and provides assistance to the Roma refugee
and migrant community, and tries to make the public aware of the discrimination of Roma
immigrants.


London: Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS)
SDCAS offers advice and support for asylum seekers and refugees in southern London.
Volunteer's working in three different day care centers and are involved in various projects of the
NGO, e.g. legal advice, childcare, language teaching, etc.


London: Wiener Library
www.wienerlibrary.co.uk
Library with documents on the Holocaust, Jewish history, National Socialism, Fascism, and
Antisemitism. Help in the archive, with administration, and with special projects and events.


Rugby: Warwickshire Youth Clubs
www.warwickshire.gov.uk
An institution which organized and managed youth projects and clubs in this region. The
volunteer works mostly at 4 different youth clubs with children of different ages.