Monday, 19. February 2018
First preparatory meeting of the Austrian group


Aliagha, Zidan, Shekiba


Lilly, Bence, Nika

Said, Ahmad

(Unfortunately, Anna was sick and could not participate ...)

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Monday, 5. February 2018
Meet Noémi Miskucza, Senior Participant


My name is Noémi, i work as a psychologist in a primary school. I participated in Peacecamp in 2008 as a member of the hungarian team. I was 15 years old at that time and it was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. It was a place where I met unique people, learnt a lot about how to accept and deal with the differences we have, and where I made friends. I experienced different levels of connection: no matter where we came from and how different our lives were, we had so much in common. Even 10 years after it when i think about everything i had experienced there, the memories warm my heart. Peacecamp is a great opportunity for young students and I’d love to be part of it once more. I really enjoy being among adolescents, hearing about their ideas and discussing the great questions of life with them.

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Sunday, 4. February 2018
Meet Yarden Bernard Agrari, Coordinator of the Jewish-Israeli delegation


Hello Fellow Peace Campers!
My name is Yarden Agrari and I am the coordinator for the Jewish Israeli delegation. I have been teaching now for 32 years and out of those I have been in Carmel Zvulun High School for 25 years where I come (almost) every day with a song in my heart. I teach English, History and Judaic Studies which is a very weird combination of subjects but it works. I am also the head of the English Staff in our school. This year I have also been part of integrating MOOCs in our school and also in charge of the Young Ambassadors in the 9th grade. As you see I wear a lot of hats.
I was born in the US and made aliya (immigrated) to Israel with my family at the age of 15 in 1974. I studied in a youth village, Hadassim, and I was a kibbutznik in the north of Israel for many years until I left for Haifa where I live presently. Music is an important part of my life, in my spare time I sing, and belong to a local choir. I have also taken up the recorder this year and I will probably bring it to camp!
This is my second time to be in Peace Camp and I am very excited about coming back with another delegation. Last year was an amazing experience and I am sure it will be again.
I can't wait to see you all in Lackenhof!

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