The 2019 European Solidarity Corps call for project proposals is published!

Read the notice in the Official Journal of the European Union and its corrigendum.

The 2019 European Solidarity Corps Guide and its Corrigendum are an integral part of the 2019 Call for Proposals.

Organisations seeking funding in the framework of this call must comply with the conditions for participation and funding expressed in this Guide.

The document provides information on:

  • the objectives of the programme,
  • the actions supported,
  • the funding available for different actions,
  • detailed information on participation.

Application forms for:

  • Volunteering Projects
  • Volunteering Partnerships - annual grant request
  • Traineeships and Jobs
  • Solidarity Projects
  • Quality Label (2018 Call)

are available on the European Solidarity Corps forms page.

The application form for " Volunteering Teams in high priority areas" will be available on the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) website.

The previous version of the European Solidarity Corps Guide can be found here.

Read the notice for the previous round in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Read the privacy statement.

Who can participate in the European Solidarity Corps?

Individuals

European Solidarity Corps volunteering activities are open to 18-30 year old young people residing in the following countries:

  • EU Member States
  • North Macedonia and Turkey
  • Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway
  • Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
  • Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia
  • Russian Federation

Jobs and traineeships are open to participants residing in the EU Member States.

Solidarity Projects are currently open to participants residing in the EU Member States and Iceland, North Macedonia and Turkey (the involvement of Iceland, North Macedonia and Turkey as participating countries is subject to the signature of bilateral agreements. Applicants from those countries are invited to regularly consult the National Agencies for further updates).

Organisations

Any public or private organisation holding a Quality Label and legally established in an EU Member State can participate and submit applications for volunteering activities, traineeships and jobs. Applications should be submitted to the National Agency in the participating country where the applicant organisation is established.

Volunteering activities are also open to applicants from Iceland, North Macedonia and Turkey (the involvement of Iceland, North Macedonia and Turkey as participating countries is subject to the signature of bilateral agreements). Applicants from those countries are invited to regularly consult the National Agencies for further updates).

Organisations from the following partner countries can participate in volunteering activities as partners:

Liechtenstein, Norway, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Russian Federation

In order to obtain the Quality Label, organisations from these countries must submit their application to the relevant SALTO:

  • SALTO South East Europe for organisations established in Western Balkans countries, Liechtenstein and Serbia;
  • SALTO Eastern Europe and Caucasus for organisations established in Eastern Partnership countries, the territory of Russia as recognised by international law and Norway;;
  • SALTO EuroMed for organisations established in Southern Mediterranean.

Jobs and traineeships are open to organisations from the EU Member States.