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Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Employment, Services, Social Affairs, Youth

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Corporations, Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Schools, SMEs, Training centres, Universities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals


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Responsible: European Commission


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The overall objective is to test and apply selection and matching processes to secure cross border placements of such young people.

Priorities and funded actions:

– To establish one large-scale consortium which is able to collect and offer occupational opportunities to European Solidarity Corps participants in a broad range of solidarity activities throughout the Union;
– To implement the activities necessary for matching to and placing European Solidarity Corps participants in such opportunities in an EU country other than their country of residence and to help the participants and the employers concerned address the related mobility obstacles;
– To report on targets and results achieved and identify recommendations, where appropriate, in the interest of the development of the European Solidarity Corps.

Among financed actions 
The consortium (i.e. the Lead Applicant and co-applicants) will implement the following activities:
– Carry out outreach and information activities towards stakeholder organisations and employers involved in solidarity activities to share opportunities, offers or job vacancies eligible for the Solidarity Corps participants with the consortium;
– Provide information on the opportunities under the occupational strand of the European Solidarity Corps to young people;
– Promote and develop for this action practical cooperation with Public Employment Services, for instance through an operational link with the PES network at EU/EEA level;
– Manage direct financial support for participants and the organisations with a view to facilitating the placement and its outcomes; 
– Publish regularly information on the state of play and present progress on the implementation of the action at the occasion of events or activities relating to youth opportunities, EU employment and education policies;
– Monitor implementation challenges of the action, report on targets and results achieved and identify recommendations for improvements, where appropriate.