1. Francesca Vincenzi

    Francesca Vincenzi

    Communications and Office Intern

    Hi, my name is Francesca and I work as an intern of WSCF-E. I live in Italy and I am currently studying in Trento. My studies are in the area of linguistic intermediation for tourism and business, indeed I study English and German.

    I have known WSCF-E in 2018 and I’m glad to collaborate with this organization because I really share the same values and I’d like to give my contribution in order to enjoy a better world. With regard to my work experience, I have worked as entertainer in a summer camp of a church, furthermore I have given a little help, taking care of the bureaucracy in an representative office based in Umbria, where I come from.

    I spend my free time taking photos and riding; I love travel and discover new places and culture, taking pictures to some breath-taking view. I am also passionate about horses, I took part in some jumping competition but with the beginning of the university I had to interrupt my great passion. In the future I hope I will keep in touch with WSCF-E and to be part of this big community.

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  2. Call for the participant: ACT Alliance Assembly, Sweden 28 Oct-1 Nov 2018

    You can become the delegate of WSCF at the ACT Alliance General Assembly which will take place in Uppsala, Sweden from 28 October to 1 November 2018, under the theme “Hope in action – Putting People First”. The General Assembly is ACT Alliance’s highest decision-making body and highest representation of the life of ACT Alliance members, where delegates of ACT member organisations will determine the future strategic direction of ACT, elect ACT governance for the next term, review the membership model and statutes, as well as share experiences about issues facing the membership and worship together celebrating cultural diversity. The Assembly will close with a Joint Day with the WCC Executive Committee focused on Ecumenical Diakonia and Sustainable Development. Please regularly check our ACT assembly website for information and updates:

    Finances:  travel costs & conference fee will be covered jointly by WSCF and ACT Alliance

    How to apply?
    Please send the motivation letter to Zuzana Babicova at  by 11 March 2018 outlining your interest in the assembly and membership of the movement. This is a call for nomination open to members of WSCF-Europe network.

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  3. We are searching for conference preparation team members!

    Volunteers are essential to the success of WSCF-E events. So join us and let us do something special together! We are looking for you to help us organize a conference on the topic How is Peace Possible, which will take place from 22 to 26 October 2018 in France! You can

    • become part of a team that, from April to October 2018, will prepare the conference;
    • take on a big responsibility with other volunteers and help this event be a success;
    • challenge yourself, develop new skills in public relations work, time management and team work and realize your potential;
    • contribute your own knowledge, experience and talents;
    • connect with other Christian students, gain experience working in an international team and have a fun time together.

    Preparations will include two in-person meetings of the volunteer leadership team in France-one in June and the other one shortly before the conference

    If you would like to get a taste of how it is to be in a Preparatory Committee, read this reflection by Pavlina Manavska, or this one by Annika Foltin, or this one by James Jackson.

    To apply to become a volunteer, please fill in the application form by  20 March 2018 (extended).

    We look forward to hearing from you and to create our team!

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  4. Call for the participant: ‘Digitalisation & the future of work & social relations’

    What is the conference about?
    The conference will bring together delegates from Churches and Church organisations across Europe who work on or are concerned with social questions relating to labour, employment policies and economy, and who expect new insights and reflections from a European discussion. Digitalisation has become one of the most discussed topics in Europe and beyond. The Digital Single Market is a key priority for the European Commission. The states in Europe have set up plans to strengthen their digital potential and the fear of governments is to be left behind concerning expected economic growth and the creation of new jobs if one is not part of this very dynamic development.One main question is how digitalisation will affect the labour market more and more and shape social relations. This question relates not only to the concern that many jobs might be lost and unemployment will rise again as a result of automation and the use of robots, but incorporates also the discussion about how the profile and conditions of labour will evolve – through more automation and new forms of work (online platforms, sharing economy etc.). There is no doubt that this technological process will have implications for social relations. That is why we would like to invite you to a European discussion for the churches in Europe. Quality of work, working conditions and the development of social relations are essential topics for churches, grounded in the wisdom of the dignity of every person created in the image of God and appointed to work for the protection but also flourishing of creation and for the common good. The conference will raise awareness, exchange theological and social-ethical perspectives, and develop tools to use at home but also in European discussions. Furthermore, the conference will contribute to the CEC-Assembly 2018 (31 May – 6 June 2018) in Novi Sad, Serbia.

    Location: Germany, Berlin 23-25 April

    Organizer: CEC CALL-network. CALL stands for “Church Action on Labour and Life”. The CALL-network has gone through a process of revision in the last years, supported and requested by the CEC Governing Board. The CALL-conference will bring together delegates from Churches and Church organisations across Europe who work on or are concerned with social questions relating to labour, employment policies and economy, and who expect new insights and reflections from a European discussion.

    Finances:  travel costs & conference fee 280 euro (WSCF-E and the organizer CEC can subsidize your costs if necessary)

    How to apply?
    Please send the motivation letter to Zuzana Babicova at by 1st March 2018 outlining your interest in the conference. This is a call for nomination open to members of WSCF-Europe network.

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  5. Call for a Campaign Volunteer

    About the campaign  “One for All. All for One”

    In 2018 WSCF-Europe will be leading a campaign titled “One for All. All for One.” We are forming a virtual network of young activists to widely disseminate positive narrative to hate speech, violent extremism and all forms of discrimination. Our work will start in May with the training in Sicily where we will form a group of committed people who will become goodwill ambassador and will represent media literacy generation locally working across Europe. Online platform for collaboration and sharing and regular webinars will be aiding competencies of the group throughout the campaign period. A documentary movie will be produced to capture legacy after the campaign.

    We are looking for a young person who will join us from March until November 2018 working with us in the core campaign team.

    Your role in the 6 members’ core team shall involve assistance in :

    • Motivating and supporting young people to plan and implement local activities
    • Ensuring that there are materials and resources
    • Facilitating and supporting cooperation between local groups and European level
    • Organising webinars
    • Campaign dissemination

    How to apply:

    Send your motivation letter outlining how you would like to contribute to the campaign to Pavlina Manavska at by 1 March. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

    Campaign team members

    Pavlina Manavska (Campaign Coordinator)

    Natia Tsintsadze (core team member, WSCF-Europe staff)

    Zuzana Babicova (core team member, WSCF-Europe Chair)

    An expert trainer from the Council of Europe’s Youth Sector Trainers Pool

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  6. Call for Mozaik Editor-in-Chief


    Mozaik  is  the  ecumenical  journal  of  the  World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) Europe  Region.  It  was established in 1992 and is published twice a year (mostly) in English, in connection with the thematic conferences of the  four interest  groups  (theology, culture and higher  education,  solidarity and gender) of  WSCF Europe.  The editorial board of Mozaik consists of four people: the editor-in-chief, the Chairperson of WSCF-E or other board member, Journal Illustrator, Communications Officer, and the Art editor.

    The responsibilities

    • Solicit, receive and process new contributions to the journal issue
    • communicating with  the contributors and editors; finding and communicating with an art editor and an illustrator; editing the texts and the journal; carrying final responsibility for the publication, thematic coherence and political correctness of the journal, in accordance with the editorial policy of Mozaik.
    • supervise/coordinate the illustrator and Art Editor
    • maintain and enhance the journal’s quality and reputation
    • maintaining contact with and reporting to the WSCF European Regional Committee (ERC)
    • to serve as ambassador for the journal- representing  the  Mozaik  at  WSCF-E  events  as  able;
      • Chair and Communications Officer:  drafting  the  call  for  articles;  recruitment of other team member support. Art editor: shaping the design and the visual profile of the journal; art editing the journal; and maintaining contact with the printing house which is currently in Budapest, Hungary.

    Essential requirements

    • Applicants must be between 18 and 30 years of age
    • Excellent English
    • breadth of knowledge in the various topics
    • A well-organised with an ability to prioritise and meet deadlines
    • editorial work experience

    Desirable requirements

    • experience with WSCF or other Church/ecumenical work


    500 EUR per issue. 4 Issues (2018-2021 approx)

    How to apply:

    Interested applicants should send a CV (including, if relevant, past and present WSCF involvement and highlighting personal skills in regard to the job description), a one to two-page mission and vision statement for their work with Mozaik (including editorial philosophy), and two samples of publications which they have previously edited to the WSCF Europe chairperson, Zuzana Babicova, at the following address:  by 10 March 2018.

    Responsibilities for the new editor will begin upon selection, where she or he will start by working in partnership with the current editor-in-chief, James Jackson.

    If you have further questions about this process, please contact Zuzana Babicova( or James Jackson at . Past issues of Mozaik are available for review at, and more recent issues are available at , as well as upon request from the WSCF Europe Office.

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  7. Call fo the Religions for Peace International Youth Committee (IYC)

    Call for the Europe youth representative for the Religions for Peace International Youth Committee (IYC)

    What is IYC?

    WSCF-Europe is a member of Religions for Peace- European Interfaith Youth Network. IYC is representing the world’s faith traditions from six continents, leads Religions for Peace Global Interfaith Youth Network.  European network – EIYN- is one of 6 regional networks of the Global Interfaith Youth Network.

    Europe has 3 representatives on this global committee. As one of the representatives stepped down from the IYC this year, there is one vacant position for Europe. Two of the other European members of IYC are: Rupal Maru and Thomas Gilet.

    Since Religions for Peace  strive for a religious balance among the members and two members of IYC from Europe are Muslim and Hindu leaders, IYC is looking forward to receive nominations from young Christian leaders.

    Are you

    • A youth leader who would enthusiastically contribute to the Global Interfaith Youth Network?
    • Do you have knowledge and experience in inter-religious cooperation for peace at the national, regional and/or global level?

    How to apply?

    See the nomination form attached and please email it to Zuzana Babicova at   by 9 February.

    Being a member of IYC can give you a great opportunity of getting involved in interfaith work on global level and participating in different events all around of world.

    More about the European Interfaith Youth Network


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  8. Sanja Siročić

    Sanja Siročić

    Mozaik Illustrator

    Sanja is a 28 year old girl from Zagreb, Croatia. Born and raised there where she finished college in the field of landscape architecture and gained a masters degree. But her love was always in the arts, mostly drawing, painting and clay modeling in which she also has some education and is making it a part of her professional life more each day. Nowadays she is living on Tenerife, traveling, exploring, doing yoga and getting inspired for future creations.

    She uses illustration as her ‘go to’ tool to express herself and tell stories about her experiences, travels and strong impressions she gets from all of them. She feels most comfortable working traditionally with paper and pen, puts a lot of attention to fine detail in her graphics and work in general, and is also exploring digital painting. The main purpose of her work is in expression and creation itself with which she wishes to inspire others and make changes in and around themselves.

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  9. 2018 Staff & Officers Meeting

    Description of S&O

    Once a year WSCF-Europe organizes a meeting for Student Christian Movements to gather in one place, to meet with the WSCF Europe staff members, volunteer board members, and SCM representatives from other countries. This meeting is for all of you the opportunity to share the work you’ve been up to over the past year, as well as to learn new skills, make new contacts and to take lots of useful information home with you.

    What are the topics of the Meeting this year?

    This year’s meeting is entitled “Spot it, Stop it: Media Literacy to Combat Negative Narrative on Diversity and Inclusion”. More details coming soon!

    The Meeting will be held between 6-11th May 2018 in Palermo, Sicily.

    What are the benefits of this year’s edition of Staff and Officers meeting?

    The preparatory group of the meeting and the invited experts will ensure you will:

    … Learn to run a successful campaign in your local community and at European level.
    … Learn about the role of the media in promoting Inclusion, diversity and human rights.
    … Get ideas how to expose and combat negative narrative on diversity an inclusion.
    … Increase your knowledge on Human Rights Education.
    … Learn to run a successful campaign in your local community and at European level.
    … Meet young people working for and with Christian students across Europe, as well
    as the Regional Office staff.
    … Have fun and enjoy interactive activities.

    Who can attend?

    The meeting is open to the staff and volunteers from the WSCF-Europe member movements (SCMs) in Europe and to young people coming from Council of Europe member states who has interest in the topics of the meeting and is highly motivated to contribute to the training course and implementation of it results.

    If you want to know more about Staff and Officers meeting from last year you can find it here.

    Application details:

    Fill in  the application form by 25th February (extended) to make sure you do not miss out on this opportunity. The deadline has now passed, however, apply ASAP if you wish to participate. 

    Financial contribution:

    • the full participation fee is 200 € (covering 5 nights full boarding and other associated costs). The minimum participation fee is 70 €.
    • Travel expenses can be covered by up to 80 % of total costs.

    Financial/reimbursement guide  based on solidarity is outlined in the application form. If you cannot pay the outlined minimum contribution, apply anyway and we will agree on financial terms.


    Zuzana Babicova, Chaiperson

    Luise Klein, Links Coordinator

    Christiane Gebauer, Program Coordinator

    Pavlina Manavska, Co-opted Member

    The S&O 2018 Agenda is now available here.

    We are open to your suggestions and ideas regarding the programme of the meeting. Let us know what would you like to discuss with representatives of other SCMs; which specific skills and activities that you would like to learn more about; which topics of spirituality that you are interested in. Your contribution is very important for us. Our Links Coordinator Luise Klein () is awaiting your suggestions.

    The project is financially supported by the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe and the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.

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  10. Holiday blessings!


    Dear friends and colleagues,

    Another busy year is almost over. 2017 was a challenging time in Europe and in the World. We have seen growing radicalisation, rising populist leaders in many places and increased racism and hate rhetoric all over the World. In this difficult reality we have witnessed that young people remains at the core of the struggle for equality, human rights and inclusion. Youth strong voices and actions have marked positive changes in many countries.

    For WSCF-Europe, 2017 has been full of activities and new initiatives. Young people with their energy and enthusiasm all across Europe have proved to be the drivers in building peaceful and sustainable future. We have made a significant progress to serve our mission of putting our Christian faith into action, serve the most vulnerable and stand for justice and dignity for all.

    In 2018 we continue to empower and strengthen members in our network. With joint efforts we persist to challenge many issues at all levels: year we will begin with the annual capacity building training in Italy for the staff and officers from our movement, two international conferences will create space for young people to share, discuss and learn from each other, while our Lingua Franca programme will bring its joy and adventure to youth leaders in Eastern Europe. Next year we proudly continue to support our movements to deliver their activities and projects at local and national levels. We also call for your energy and inspirations to celebrate the anniversary of World Student Christian Federation Europe region.

    Thank you for the amazing work and support.

    Best wishes for a blessed Christmas time and a happy New Year!

    On behalf of the World Student Christian Federation Europe Regional Committee,                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Natia Tsintsadze


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