The first call for proposals under the new legal basis of the European Solidarity Corps is now closed. The next round of call for proposals will be announced end of November for the opportunities listed below. :
i. Solidarity Projects
ii. Volunteering Projects
iii. Traineeships and Jobs,
“Volunteering Teams in High Priority Areas” is a distinct project format that supports activities by volunteering teams with a specific focus on thematic priorities defined each year at EU level. For 2018, applications for funding under this Action are expected to address the below policy priorities:
i. European cultural heritage;
ii. Integration of third-country nationals (including asylum seekers and refugees);
iii. Response to environmental challenges, including disaster prevention, preparedness and recovery (excluding immediate disaster response)”.
If an organisation (accredited or holding a Quality Label) wishes to apply for Volunteering Teams in High Priority Areas, the information about the application forms and selection procedure will be available on the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) website. The applicants have to submit their grant application by , 18th February 2019 at 12:00hrs (midday CET- Brussels time)
For further information, applicants may refer to the European Solidarity Corps Guide, as well as to the information available when clicking on the tab on the left of the website, entitled ‘European Solidarity Corps / Korp Ewropew ta’ Solidarjetà’.