The breadth of work carried out by the young members and volunteers of the Order of Malta across the world is vast, and below is a collection of resources, toolkits and best practices, used, tested and refined.
Share any best practice material, toolkits, or experiences from running works of the Order with other participants by contacting us.
The activities of the Lebanese Youth include care for the elderly, the disabled, children, and disadvantaged people in society. With Camps, markets, outings and visits to care homes, they collaborate nationally and internationally, through the Chabrouh Camps throughout the year and their partnerships with local organisations.
For a full summary of their work, read the attached presentation, and for more information visit their website: http://www.orderofmaltalebanon.org/en/youth
The Annual Order of Malta International Summer will be held in Poland this summer. The main objective of the camp is to empower young people with disabilities through joint prayer and entertainment, that they experience amongst other disabled people and their helpers from around the world.
The International Summer Camp is organized every year for 200 disabled Guests from around 25 countries. For nearly 300 volunteers, who assist our Guests, the camp offers a meaningful experience in serving others.
Check out Poland's plans for the International Summer Camp 2016.
Check out the Lebanese Youth's Quarterly Newsletter - details of their projects, including the Chabrouh Camps, Caravan, the recent refurbishment project and lots more! There is also their Christmas schedule, for those of you in Beirut this December.
This toolkit is based on the results of Media in Volunteering youth exchange, held in February 2015, in Lithuania within the frames of Erasmus+.
Vision 2050 is an international and borderless platform for all young members and volunteers of the Order of Malta. It provides support for the young members and volunteers, involved in both the local and international activities of the Order, to come together, share best practices and collaborate in their activities and discussions.
This is a simple and engaging way to begin a work of the Order, and to help those in need in our own community. The Order of Malta Cathedral Steps project is a work of the Order of Malta, which aims to provide a breakfast for the homeless community after Mass each Sunday. As well as breakfast, the project provides an opportunity for guests to gather in a warm and hospitable environment, helping to reduce the sense of isolation and marginalisation that many experience everyday.The Order of Malta Cathedral Steps project provides support for any member or volunteer of the Order of Malta to initiate a work of the Order in their own community or parish. The initiation of the project provides volunteering opportunities for those wishing to serve the poor under the charism of the Order.
Vision 2050 is an international and borderless platform for all young members and volunteers of the Order of Malta. It provides support and financial assistance for young members and volunteers, involved in both local and international activities of the Order, to come together, share best practices and collaborate in their activities and discussions.
The Global Fund for Forgotten People raises money for a range of works of the Order of Malta which reach out directly to people who would otherwise be forgotten.
Since the Fund was established in 2012, it has awarded 198 grants in 60 countries, across 51 bodies of the Order of Malta.
The works of the Order which the Fund supports include projects initiated and run by young members and volunteers through the Order’s Vision 2050 initiative.
Check out the Lebanese Youth's Presentation from the January Vision 2050 meeting in London - detailing their projects, including the Chabrouh Camps, Caravan, their Elderly Companions Programme, spiritual activities and lots more!
Rome 8 October 2015 – A meeting organised by British think tank 'Forward Thinking' and the Sovereign Order of Malta took place this morning in Rome, at the Magistral Villa of the Order of Malta. The meeting was held in the presence of two Libyan delegations respectively representing Tobruk and Tripoli.
The meeting was centred around the challenges posed by the escalating migration influx and the fight against human smuggling on Libyan soil. Shoko Shimozawa, Deputy-Director of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) also participated in the meeting.
The Youth of the Order are active nationally and internationally across the world. This is a presentation that will help you understand how active the youth are, and what you can do to help.
“Your dedication and commitment truly shows that the charisma of the Order is alive.”
H.E. Albrecht von Boeselager, Grand Chancellor
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The Vision 2050 newsletter, produced for young members and volunteers participating in the Order of Malta's annual pilgrimage to Lourdes 2015
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Launched by HMEH the Grand Master in Rome in 2013, under the auspices of the Grand Chancellor and Grand Hospitaller, Vision 2050 is an international and borderless platform for all young members and volunteers of the Order of Malta. It provides support for the young members and volunteers, involved in both the local and international activities of the Order, to come together, share best practices and collaborate in their activities and discussions.