CISV International is a global organisation of volunteers and participants dedicated to peace education through cross-cultural friendship. Through friendship, cooperation, and understanding at a grassroots level, we believe long lasting peace is possible and attainable.

That means in CISV we learn about the importance of creating friendships with all people from all over the globe and how we can achieve peace and bring about positive change in our world today.




No matter what age you are, you can be a CISVer. Find a programme that’s right for you or find other ways to get involved!

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We have an exciting line-up of programmes for all our chapters, click to see the different destinations this year!

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News

Momondo Partnership with CISV

Momondo is a travel search engine where you can find flights to all over the world. They believe, like CISV, that children are our future. To help the next generation be more open-minded, they have partnered with CISV and created a series of inspiring videos. One of the ways we support CISV is by funding a CISV Village in Brazil where children The films hope to share messages of breaking down barriers, celebrating diversity, and increasing inter-cultural understanding. Watch them at the links below and share the magic of CISV!

Dear Mom and Dad

Our Colorful World

Equally Different


The Junior Branch's Big Plans for 2017

The Junior Branch is shaking things up for 2017!

The Junior Branch’s activities keep CISVers of all ages active within the organization after village or in between programmes. This time around, the JBs are committed to creating not just fun activities, but activities that are relevant to their communities. They to create activities where social issues are tackled so that CISVers can apply what they’ve learned at camp or in other CISV programmes. They also want to create a stronger bond between all the Junior Branches in the different local chapters. They plan to do this by possibly having crossover events or collaborative projects between chapters. By maintaining good communication between the JBs across chapters, they hope to support each other’s events, learn from each other’s strengths, and achieve goals together.
Stay tuned for more from the Junior Branch and their activities! Follow them on Facebook and Twitter


Our Stories Update

Get to know more about CISV experiences! Read about this Adult Leader’s experience in village and how it’s changed her. Here!