We want to inspire people
to become fully active members
of a peaceful society.
CISV experiences are fun and exciting.
Come to one of our upcoming events and events.
Get to know us.
CISV is active in 70 countries and more than 200 cities worldwide. Together we want a peaceful future for all people. On our interactive world map you will find all CISV countries.
Get to know the people who
act for CISV purposes
close to you.
At CISV, experience is based on four
so-called content areas.
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Would you like to know what other people have experienced with CISV? Participants and parents have summarized their impressions for you.
The invitations for the current year. What are you particularly interested in?
Close to you, you can experience CISV in many ways:
from single events to weekend minicamps
and regular monthly meetings.
We present our worldwide international holiday programmes. From the age of 11 years up to any age, there is much to experience!
The Junior Branch (JB) is structured in three levels: local, national and international.
You are 11 or older? Come to our events - we spend our leisure time meaningful and have a lot of fun at the same time!
The local team and the local board are responsible for the activities of the Junior Branch.
Becoming a CISV Leader
If you feel joy and enthusiasm in working with and for children and want to make new friends around the world, this is what you want to do.
We are looking for host families that will give children and teenagers from many nations attending our locally hosted camps a home for a weekend.
As a non-profit organization, we ask you for your time, money or gift in kind for more peace and friendship in the world.
Monthly activities for children aged 10-14.
Peace education with loads of fun!
monthly activities for young people aged 15 or older.
CISV activities focus on peace education and experience,
as well as fun.
Infomation material, forms, ...
Feel free to download according to your needs.
Services and Costs
What does it cost?
Which services can be expected?