Resources

  • Regulation providing the European Solidarity Corps with a dedicated legal base and own budget entered into force on 5 October 2018.
  • 2020 annual work programme for the implementation of the European Solidarity Corps Programme
  • The European Solidarity Corps Guide [pdf] (version of 11 December 2019) is the key document for anyone who would like to have a thorough knowledge of the programme. Participants and organisations can find full details in there of all the opportunities supported by the European Solidarity Corps Programme.
  • The 2019 Guide for experts [pdf] provides guidelines on the quality assessment of grant applications for the actions managed by the National Agencies and Quality Label applications.
  • Explore more on the European Solidarity Corps on our publications and promotional materials pages.
  • Decision authorising the use of lump sums, unit costs and flat-rate financing for the volunteering, traineeships, jobs and solidarity projects actions under the European Solidarity Corps. The Annex provides a detailed description of the unit costs which the applicants can choose according to the activities they want to undertake and the results they want to achieve. The relevant unit costs and the applicable rates are published in the European Solidarity Corps Guide each year as of 2018.
  • Beneficiaries of European Union funding are obliged to display the EU flag and to acknowledge the support received under the relevant EU programme in all communication and promotional material.
    Download here the suggested option to acknowledge the support received from the European Solidarity Corps:
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    National Agencies

    To bring the European Solidarity Corps as close as possible to the participants and make sure it works well across different countries, the EU works with National Agencies to manage the programme.

    The National Agencies are based in the EU Member States and their role involves:

    • providing information on the European Solidarity Corps
    • selecting projects to be funded
    • monitoring and evaluating the European Solidarity Corps
    • supporting applicants and participants
    • working with other National Agencies and the EU
    • promoting the European Solidarity Corps
    • sharing success stories and best practices

    The list of National Agencies can be found below:






























  

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