April 2014 in St James's Park London: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014 at the Eco-Lodge at Lodge Hill activity centre: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District

New IFM visa working group

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IFM has decided to make the visa issue one of its core priorities for the next three years. This is because arranging visas for IFM events, whether in Europe or beyond, has become increasingly challenging. Exclusive, unfair and expensive visa regimes mean that IFM exchanges, international camps and seminars are no longer accessible to everyone.

IFM plans to establish a visa working group. Membership of the group is open to all of IFM's member organisations and it is hoped that each of the global regions in which IFM is active will be represented

IFM intends to campaign for better visa regulations, which cater for young people and youth organisations. IFM also wants to provide help and advice to its members on the visa application process. The new working group aims to create a ‘dummies guide to visas’. The group will also collect info about visa experiences, start a video campaign and run workshops.

Fore more information, please send an email to visa@ifm-sei.org.